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« History And Evolution Of Mount Cameroon Race Of Hope | Main | Scholars Divided Over A United States Of Africa »

Monday, 23 February 2009


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Mathew Ashola

Can people really trust and hope under this regime. The race should be renamed 'Race of Hopelessness'.

Soon North west fons will be appointed from Yaounde. Where is Mumbutu and Kabila of Zaire?


Ernest Voffo Momo the phone booth operator needs more support than the prize winning award.The government has not been encouraging athletes in no way for this race.Many foreign athletes abroad are also being discouraged by the poor management of the athletic federation.For the past 14years of race of hope as we hear there has been financial lapses from unscrupuous organisers who need to go into booking for embesslement but has gone scot-free.Some popular heroic names have gone unnoticed;Mike Short,Timothy Lekunze and so on.We just hope the RACE of HOPE will not become the race of viciousness as it has been named recently...

Fritzane Kiki


hahahaha I heard they tried to transport the mountain itself to Yaounde to no avail. Then they tried to raise a level land in Mvomeka to a mountain to no avail.Then the just have to organise everything for the race in Yaounde.
Hear them vexing.Why did God give these anglos a mountain,Oil,CDC, etc?


Danny Boy

foreign athletes abroad? This really takes the biscuit!!
I am sure you did not mean it.
Welcome back though.
Danny Boy.

Ta Muma

These 'chop broke pots' decided to change from a Federal state to a bla bla bla because they had plans.They have even talked of decentralization but all necessary documents,even for one to go on retirement must come from Yaounde.Before we would realise it, they would be nothing to even raise our voices to stop them from demolishing.WE WILL REMAIN TO BE COWARDS FOR THEM because once in a while, a few fools from our divide are made ministers and because they think they don't deserve it, they spend all their working time saying 'je voulais d'abbord remerciere le chef de l'etat pour m'avoir donner cet confiance' whenever any quack of a journalist stands before them.Don't be surprised that if a real referandum was to be made to determine if we should cessede from these 'Israelis' of Cameroon,these good-for-nothing-brothers of the coast will stick with their so called 'Sawa'brothers because to them they are 'en haute'given the fact that for since 1999, till date,any Anglophone who has any power comes from that part of the Southern Cameroon. Na their own flop cup.


I am a Nigerian, from plateau north central.{ I WISH TO BE PART OF THIS RACE OF HOPE NEXT YEAR 2011 BY GOD GRACE IF GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY BY INVITATION)My comment here is that, please the orgernizers of the race should always have it in mind that, its God calling for one to serve his/her people,nation etc... Therefore when U Cheet,defenately there is judgement waiting for you on the last DAY.So my advise is ( its good to be good) Thanks

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