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I observe many on the list probably do not even hold a Cameroonian passport, and from the look of things, we may me expected to survive on a staple of entertainment and leisure for the forseable future (where are the medics, techies, agro-entrepreneurs...?)

Bob Bristol

Here we are again, facing the glaring ignominy of being insignificant. In a list of 50, we can't count 3 of ours. Our businesses have been crippled. Gov't approved scholarships are not for us. Ours have gone on self exile. Any Southern Cameroonian who still hasn't got it, should get it now.

A loose federation is not too much to ask. Is it?


Really. We only have Michael Jackson and Beyonce wannabees?


That shouldn't have been termed a list...

What's the criteria to list this so called list ?

The Entrepreneur Newsonline Inc.

....his boy friends and girls friends and the people he knows out of Cameroon........

...That list should be titled: '50 Aspiring Cameroonian Diasporans'.........

na soso me

This is precisely why I don't like annual lists, because invariably, the list creators focus primarily, if not solely on people/fields that they are most comfortable with. Dulce Camer is an entertainment blog so it is no surprise that the bulk of those listed are in the entertainment industry. I also notice that virtually all the individuals listed are very active on social media, particularly facebook. So with a few exceptions, this is the list of most active Cameroonians on facebook. Whether that facebook activism will translate into an impact on the Cameroonian scene is a different tale altogether.

Lists a very subjective and their only good point is that they introduce us to some interesting and enterprising people.


why is it that your comments above are not surprising,all Cameroonians like to do complain and am sure like one of you said DC is an entertainment site and as much as they have alot of creatives on the list they also have people form other work sectors on that list. These are young people who are trying to do something different to put Cameroon out there and I guess MOST OF you Cameroonians are just not use to seeing people that you know succeed in life. Stop criticising and try to aspire in what ever field you are. I know its a very common thing most of you Cameroon to sit on your back sides and talk all the time instead of trying to do what other African countries like Ghanians and Nigerians try to do. so guys wake up

cynthia anduhtabe

Check our 2011 list.

Your nominations towards our 2012 list are welcome.

cynthia anduhtabe

Well said Mado!!

All Cameroonians DO is CRITICISE. Plus just becomes someone is not talking politics or does not possess a Phd does not mean that they are any less important in developing their society.

Our body systems function differently thus we all have different functions in our society; whether in fashion, politics, music, arts, education...we all have a function to play!


@ cynthia anduhtabe,

Your 2011 list is more sectorally balanced than 2010. Hopefully you took our criticisms into consideration. I`ll send my 2012 nominations to your site.

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