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nabob christ

Alain Dipoko, the intellectual slave,just when you mistakenly thought you've defeated the Anglophones, here comes a sledge hammer taking you down completely.

Dr A A Agbormbai

Brilliant article!

The Ngwa Man

That wasn't just a ,"Brilliant article!," that was a great article.

VA Boy

People spreading genocidal propaganda here may want to reflect, and change their tunes. Should anything happen untoward, they shall be held to account in international courts. Konde take note. Dipoko, take note. We have you on record. We may use pseudonyms here, but we are all easy to identify with minimum effort.

Kamarad

The Entrepreneur Newsonline, take note!

red flag

AMBAZONIA MUST BE INDEPENDENT BY EVERY MEANS

Ras tuge

1-“The Genuine Intellectuals” as a means to emphasize the role of university education in shaping critical and rational minds.

2- resigning from a ministerial position with the Ahmadu Ahidjo regime, and returning fulltime to a university setting- speaks highly of him as that “genuine intellectual”, who had the flexibility and foresight to know when things were not right with the system.

Joseph Ndifor, if i should go by your definition, then Bernard Fonlon would clearly be an extremely dangerous intellectual slave. It is sorrowfully absurd that a man with all his celestial knowledge, and who assiduously emphasized the role of the university education in shaping critical and rational minds, was astonishingly the chief motive power that masterminded this silly Anglophone enslavement. And curiously, Fonlon was the sole Anglophone who understood french at the ill-fated Foumban nonsense!

No no no man! Fonlon had neither the flexibility nor the foresight, or better-still the wisdom that comes with higher learning. And therefore, he'll never be a genuine intellectual as far as i am concerned. Rather, he'll remain a renegade quisling, and deservedly so.

Anglophones must address their troubles as they are, and the sooner we realise the fact that vicious demons, and intellectual criminals are plentiful in our midst, the better for us. As for this disoriented infant named Dipoko, well he can say what he feels without any fear because everybody knows how dubious and stupid Anglophones have proven to be over the years. But the time has finally come for Anglophones to change that miserable course.

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