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Michaux

Only a fool looks at the finger tip instead of the Sun/star to which it is directed.

The government of Cameroon is agitated about the Report, not for what it say but in refuting its content and authority. It is a malaise! Of what interest is an untrue/negative report on Cameroon to an organization like Amnesty International?

Shouldn't we be mourning over our own incompetence in safeguarding human rights?

The agitation of our government then confirms the content of such a report - a country that silences criticism at all levels. On the contrary, ministers and professional town-criers are in action, journalists of government papers are up for professional charade in defense of the "Lion King" of "Great ambitions".

Gov't agitation over such report is not new in Cameroon.

It sounds to me like the gov't's reaction when Cameroon was indexed as the most corrupt country on earth;

who does not remember the most recent "Apprentis sorciers" expression of the president himself to down play the public manifestation of discontent last Feb.

More than 20 yrs ago the Catholic bishops of Cameroon published a report on Nepotism and corruption in the country. The Gov't got on the defense refute the existence of such evils in the country. Where are we today?

If the finger tip is just pointing the moon or the stars, it is okay. But what if it is pointing at a dark smoke of destruction coming from the direction of the fool's own house?
What a missed opportunity to safe his home from fire!

Dianna

The government of Cameroon is agitated about the Report,presented by AI ,but to a sad note lately the press was censored again.What they Cameroonian people need is refuse from them .Rather Tv programs of no use are allow to fill our TV programs such as advertising Biya's football competition . what does this have to help built a Good Cameroon of tomorrow.
so the Government of Cameroon should not refuse the fact that the are going against human rights
Some few weeks ago there was an out cry in the prison of the north west province ,where prisoners when on a rampage to have spent several years without anyone asking them what brought them to prison on even taking them to court .
I really wander what a Cameroon you and i want to built .
There is much to talk,with time .But you and i should examine our consciences and start to think of ways of rebuilding our country.Remember nobody will build our country for us.

DR TAN OF CAMEROON

CAMEROON HUMAND RIGHTS SITUATION .
MINISTERING IN THE KUMBA PRISONS, I HAD A CASE OF DEATH , FROM MININGITIS, OF A YOUNG 13 YEARS OLD BOY, IN WAITING TRIAL.THAT WAS BECAUSE OF BAD SANITARY CONDITIONS, FOR PEOPLE JUST WAITING TRIAL.
THE FILM SISTERS IN LAW[ STARRING MY WIFE JUDGE BEATRICE NTUBA ] WAS WELL RECIEVED AT THE UNITED NATIONS AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL FORA. A LOT OF OUR FRIENDS AT THE UN THINK THE HUMAND RIGHTS SITUATION IN CAMEROON IS NOT BAD , BECAUSE WE DONOT HAVE WARS , THIS REPORT SHOULD SHOCK THEM.
DR THOMPSON AKWO NTUBA MD. Ph.D.
PREACHER, PHYSICIAN , POLITICIAN.

bonjinah ekotonjoh

The regime in Cameroon is suffering from paranoia.

Ted

DR TAN OF CAMEROON,
I'm a regular news reader of the "postnews online" and comments posted thereon but it's so sad i can't read your comments which i believe are full of insight and wisdom. The reason is just because they're written in uppercase or capital letters. I'm sure i'm not alone here facing this difficulty with your comments. The reason you comment in this forum is because you have beautiful ideas that you want to share with others. But if you choose to comment in capital letters which make reading difficult, you drive readers away from your comments. Then, what is the point in commenting? When we read a piece of news item, we may comment on it and may also comment on some ideas raised by other commentators. What you haven't yet noticed is that no commentator in this forum has ever commented on those insightful ideas of your in your comments (i mean commenting on your ideas, not asking you to change writing format); which clearly indicates that nobody reads them because of their uppercase format. So, would you please correct this flaw and get yourself fully involved in this very civil and intellectual club; especially at this very critical moment in our society where we need ideas from all of you to kick start our society from where it got stalled.

Michaux

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