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Ma Mary

Kick the frogs out. Permanently. That is how to fix the race, otherwise keep enjoying the humiliation.

mk the southerner

These frogs really think that Southern Cameroonians are really good for nothing. look at food ball and go across

Bob Bristol

Any competition in which Southern Cameroonians can excel better than the frogs, there is always an attempt at crushing it or making it disreputable. The entrance exams into the UB school of Health Science and the Mount Cameroon Race of Hope stand out clearly.

Inasmuch as I honour "THE FORCE OF ARGUMENT" motto which the SCNS adopted, I think succeeding by the sheer force of logical argument is a fog. Not in an era where TRUTH does not appeal to anyone, not in an era where the word SHAME has been ejected from the system or where RESPECT is considered as outmoded. A couple of Iraqis and Pakistanis extremists can deliver the goods.


Cry not for we knew it much more earlier. Experience has shown that the french regime and France are forever bent to destroy anything English or anything managed by an Anglophone. After going through : Marketing Board, Wada Wum, Santa coffee Estate, Chantier Naval,Empire day to so called Youth Day, Victoria to Limbe, pounds and shillings to Franc, Anglo saxon University to Anglo Franco university, Sonara of LIMBE to Sonara in Douala,Tiko Kumba to Tiko Douala, Bamenda Mamfe to Bamenda Bafoussam, Mayors to Government delegates, francophone PMs with few or no vice to anglophones PMS with countless vice pms etc etc., after all this what do we expect. We are contented with our ministries without functions, PMs without powers but for protocal, assistants head of services though more qualified the the heads of these services. Mount Cameroon race is just another one. When they started changing from Mount Cameroon Race to race of hope and so on, we knew it was coming.

Anglophones cry not for you have opted for slavery, you are beggers and strangers in your own land. The organization did not take place in KUMBA, TOMBEL, LIMBE, MAMFE, NDIAN, Nyanssosso, Lebialem not to talk of Bamenda Kumbo, Wum, Nkambe; but it was organized in Yaounde and sent to Buea. Inoni comes from FAKO. Thank God we have him

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