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Its all but a farce.A minister insinuating the arrest of journalists.What a governemt and its so-called democratic structures.Are ministers and others in authority omnipotent?.
The same Cameroonians who cry loud of poverty and inability of government delivery are the same people who are able to raise millions to bribe their ways into professional schools.If they were proclaimed successful could we have heard of any corruption?.God have mercy.
In a true democracy freedom of press is priorogative. Why should Cameroon journalist always become victims of the crude regime?.Why don,t they enrol in international organisations that guard and protect world journalist?.This will easily expose the dictatorial regime in place that sings democracy but does the contrary.
And what is the role of human rights office in Cameroon that is so inactive?.
God save my people.

Bob Bristol

There will come a time when all these agent of directors and ministers will have to expose the shady deals that have crushed meritocracy in Cameroon.
There is no way you can see the most stupid classmate of your rising to higher heights because of a shady deal without you feeling bitter.

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there is bribery all over.the truth is bitter but then must be's only the poor that can tell.these crinimals call directors are to be jailed. yes ,they don't take the money by themself coz they know why.


A day will come when all those Directors of the Biya regime must account for their actions.Their actions are extremely ruthless, degrading, and manifest the zenith of human rights abuse and ingratitude.
Cameroon is now the most hopeless place anybody can immagine to live in due to the egoistic and egocentric actions of these criminal Directors condolled and masterminde by Biya. What a shame????????


The level of corruption in Cameroon is alarming. The only way to fight this bitter pandermic is to start at the very top by getting rid of the president and his moguls. Cameroon has been destroyed by a president and his so called agents who can only think of themselves.

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