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Tuesday, 13 October 2009


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We had a House Speaker and now the Prime Minister of La Republique du Cameroun from Kumbo, Bui Division. Some one should confirm this. Is this truly the road to their village?

Bob Bristol

I've been pondering about what to write that can really reflect the bitterness that I feel seeing the appalling video above. What an upsetting revelation! I made up my mind to be happy today but my day has just been ruined completely.

With a bleak knowledge of Cameroon, one may think this is a punitive maneuver; especially considering the fact that it is a stronghold of the SCNC. But the whole issue boils down to an inefficient system run by kleptocrats. We have lame-duck governors who are mere observers.

I still think the appellation "Third World Countries" is a compliment.

Va Boy

Pray? That is pure bull. Things like this do not change from prayer. Posting this video here is a positive, it is an action, but you spoilt it by asking people to pray.

Ndi O

Yeah Brosis,
The road is hell on earth. That is what the NW is going through, and cpdm politians and central mebers will force their way across it to deceive ordinary and helpless dinizens of that region. Another sore in the eye is that, police and gendarms are at the other end collecting their daily offerings and care less about the driver who had burned much fuel in trying to cross the muddy area. My people, it is time to wake up and be clever enough.

w gide b.

CONGRATZ to the Biye regime on this road whip! he is wiser: if you want to punish a recalcitrant people who are rebellious to ur regime, don't abuse them directly thru jailings, beatings and the sort, it will let loose the human right watchdogs & hounds on you. Do like biya, use his formula: give them bad roads; that will punish them hell well. it is the harshest but safest flogging u can ever give a people: bad roads!at least no problem with direct human rights abuse, he (biya) can simply blame it on the poverty or on the weather! troky tricks!

The herald

Ya!W gide b,intentionally,Biya would not give anything good to a "recalcitrant" people,especially roads,hospitals,water etc.

Instead,he prefers to use the road above and the Bota's operating room below as strategies or tactics to deceive the world that the government is unable to provide the people with road and hospital facilities,due to abject poverty.

The result is that all his debts are cancelled under the umbrella of Heavily Endebted Poor Countries iniatiative(HIPC)not counting the influx of foreign aids or donations.We all know what he does with this money!!!He uses part of it to fund his campaigns in order to stay put in power and then rushes to stock foreign banks with yet another fraction while he squanders the rest in European hostels in the name of holidays or trips to that part of the world.That is our plight,we have no option.We have resigned to our fate.

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