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Monday, 02 March 2009


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What a sad story.
Given that the university is still new and may lack the means, it is absolutely necessary for the minister of higher education to intervene.
On the other hand, can someone out there help me, on what the law says in a situation like this? In the absence of a law handling such case, the state should consider it an exceptional case; she was a citzen and the parents are equally tax payers.
May the soul of Lum rest in peace

man no man

A bad situation indeed. There is no law to cover such a case and I think in as much as it is sad, we need no law in this respect. Schools and institutions cannot bear medical expenses of their students or workers. People should make health insurance which I hear is now operational in Cameroon.
The family friend and well wishers should help


What a sad case.So many questions to answer.Why did the school take the student to douala instead of yaounde as was requested by the family?Why did the school not take the student to Muna`s clinic as was requested by the family?The family can file a case against the school for all these lapses.Worst of all the school authorities are saying so many stupid things after the dead of the student.May her soul rest in peace.

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what a terrible situation in deed.MAY THE SOUL OF LATE LUM REST IN PERFECT PEACE. more grace to the basa so far her named is in the accademic book of record there4 the school and the ministry of education are responsible.if this said student was one of the big fish duaghter in government would they have treated her like this? sinced she came from the less group of people who are struggling, then the government is careless abt her.i do not enourage and u guys are preparing billions to receive the pop. stupid


It's sad situation, but what does the university mean when it says the lady in question was not a student since she did not pay her fees.From what I know you are considered a student when you are enrolled in the university so please do not give us that lame excuse and let them release the corpse of the student.It's ashame that the GENERAL HOSPITAL wants them to pay that huge amount of money for crying out loud she is dead.Please give her remains some respect and show compassion on the family.


its a realy shame from the gvt of cameroon to cat in such a manner.with all there money the steal ther cant hepl out.

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has the corps been buried? cameroon and it poor polices

Eugene Eseme

I think the Cameroon government is a SHAM. I mean this girl travelled by train even after the family had bought a plane ticket for her. I pray our leaders should learn to tell the truth.


I think this is repognant to natural justice equity and good conscience that is a high discredit to the cameroon government.MAY her soul rest in perfect peace.AMEN.

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