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JOHNNY CASH

Brother,s AND SISTERS IF WE CAN TELL ALIAS COUCOUMA PAUL BIYA B MVONDO,THAT THIS IS NOT THE WAY TO STAY IN POWER .IT WOULD BE NICE FOR US ALL.THE ONLY WAY TO BUILD CAMEROON IS TO LET GO THOSE THAT HAVE STOLEN,BUT THEY HAVE TO BE BANNED FROM POLITICS.IN OTHER THAT THIS PEOPLE SHOULDN,T TAKE THIS MONEY OUT OF THE COUNTRY,THE HAVE TO INVEST AT HOME TO CREATE JOBS FOR OUR PEOPLE.THE GOVERNMENT CAN NEVER CREATE ENOUGHT OPPORTUNITY FOR IT,S CITIZEN.INADDITION ALL THOSE COLONIALIST BROUGHT UP HAVE TO GO TO GIVE SPACE FOR NEW THINKING.OUR PARENTS HAVE FAILED OUR BELOVED NATION.

Kings

We are finally on track.
One step at a time and surely, we will get there

njimaforboy

Please, excuse the bull. Who is Biya Paul trying to fool. The most corrupt existing President on earth after Peru, arresting his country folks for corruption. What a scam. How do you tell others not to steal when you and other Frogs are stealing from women and children.

Paa Ngembus

BIYA IS IN LINE TOO (SEE BELOW)

Biens mal acquis: le président camerounais Biya visé par une plainte à Paris

AFP - 02 FEV. 2010
© AFP 27 Réactions

Le Conseil des Camerounais de la diaspora (CCD) a déposé mardi une plainte pour "recel de détournement de fonds publics" qui vise le président camerounais Paul Biya, soupçonné d'avoir constitué un patrimoine immobilier en France financé par des détournements.


Paul BIYA
Photo: © ArchivesLe Conseil des Camerounais de la diaspora (CCD) a déposé mardi une plainte pour "recel de détournement de fonds publics" qui vise le président camerounais Paul Biya, soupçonné d'avoir constitué un patrimoine immobilier en France financé par des détournements.

Le CCD, une association de Camerounais vivant en France, a déposé plainte mardi au parquet de Paris, selon le récépissé de la plainte consulté par l'AFP.

Cette plainte, qui vise le chef de "recel de détournements de fonds publics", est dans la droite ligne des plaintes déposées ces deux dernières années par plusieurs associations comme Transparency international visant trois chefs d'Etat africains: Denis Sassou Nguesso du Congo, Teodoro Obiang Nguema de Guinée-Equatoriale et le défunt chef d'Etat gabonais Omar Bongo.

La doyenne des juges d'instruction du tribunal de grande instance de Paris, Françoise Desset, avait donné son feu vert en mai 2009 à l'ouverture d'une information judiciaire après le dépôt de ces plaintes mais le parquet avait saisi la cour d'appel de Paris qui a finalement rejeté cette enquête au motif que les plaignants n'avaient pas subi de préjudice direct lié à d'éventuels détournements.

"Cette plainte contre M. Biya est le fait d'une association de Camerounais, et non d'une ONG française, nous sommes directement concernés par d'éventuels détournements," a expliqué le président du CCD, Robert Waffo-Wanto, au cours d'une conférence de presse.

Selon les plaignants, le patrimoine acquis en France par M. Biya, à la tête du Cameroun depuis 1982, pourrait atteindre plusieurs centaines de millions d'euros.

"Si une enquête était ouverte en France, cela permettrait de savoir enfin ce que détient M. Biya, qui vit dans le luxe avec sa famille alors que la pauvreté progresse sans cesse au Cameroun", a estimé le vice-président du CCD, Celestin Djamen.

Le parquet de Paris peut désormais ouvrir une information judiciaire, confiée à un juge d'instruction, mener lui-même une enquête préliminaire ou classer sans suite cette plainte.

Effange Fru

Here we go again with another lame article with futile and baseless analysis.
Your article was entitled "Cameroon: Operation Sparrow hawk snatches one more Anglophone"
instead of going ahead to show the profile of the man arrested and what prompted his arrest.
Here is the mantra our man presents.

"...the truth is that corruption wouldn’t have been rife in Cameroon if operation “epervier” went into effect 29 years ago when President Biya, became president. Yes, ENAM graduates would not have been swindling tax payers’ money with impunity..."

The country is a bad one with a bad system, every cameroonian even those in the diaspora have contributed in tainting the name of cameroon and not ENAM student.
Sure the Egbe man arrested in the USA for cheating is from ENAM, sure all the feymen we know are killing the country's image are from ENAM.
What a myopic,immature and escapist way of looking at things.

Tell me, is Abel Ndeh, Fondjindam,Etonde Ekotto,Shaddrack Nsahlai etc from ENAM? oh yea, you said all ENAM students swindle the state's wealth.
Do not get me wrong, the school has its own bad products, but to say they are the only corrupt in the country is real escapism. All cameroonians in their various spheres have contributed in one way or the other to this failure, meaning the system in cameroon has failed and must be revised.
Come what may, say what you like ENAM is and will always remain Cameroon's most prestigious school.

Effange Fru
PROUD PRODUCT OF ENAM

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Va Boy

Dear Effange Fru I did not contribute one iota to the mess. I provided exemplary service in an honorable manner, and when I could take it no more I left, so when you talk about "all Cameroonians contributing" you are wrong.
Are you an ENAM graduate? It looks like the shoe is pinching.

Lasoka

EFFANGE FRU:
ENAM is the seed of corruption in Cameroon. Everyone knows that. Even my 7 year old junior brother knowS that ENAM is where people get trained to received bribes in gagantic sums. Stop trying to fight off that idea. Yu are just wasting your time.Curruption is every whereand every cestor of Cameroon and even in America but ENAM tops ALL sector in terms of curruption.

Watesih

Effange Fru,stop fighting with yourself! I thought you were to complete the information about Abel Ndeh,but you instead took up arms to defend Enam. It,s good you accept the system has failed.Another way to say this is that the administration has failed. How is Enam called? National School of administration and magistracy. If our administration has failed,the school that provides it's cadres is not worth toilet tissue. You can pretend that all the other sectors are corrupt as well,but the greatest number of administrators in history to find themselves in prison because of theft are mostly Enam trained. This is enough reason never to proudly identity yourself with such a low-life institution.

Bob Bristol

Wow! I can't imagine how some folks of Bamenda are going to jubilate the arrest of this fellow. His attachment to the CPDM, his strained relationship with the business community in Bamenda, and his radical "operation keep Bamenda clean" are still very fresh in their minds. Let him face the charge.

Paa Ngembus

There is no one named Effange Fru who is an ENAM graduate.

All these ass lickers wearing masks why don't you expose yourseves.

Bastards.

A+

Paa Ngembus

asafor

Dear brothers, it is important in the heat of the moment to nurse a spirit of collective endeavour,action,a little effort now will send Biya packing believe it or not, that is the bitter truth.Biya and his ruling elite had successfully dirty the stream from the top,down,the mudfish suffocate,no fresh water for the Cameroonians souls.

However,the chaos caused by Biya and his able ministers,did not provoke civilizational collapsed,it simply exposed and magnified the pains we have undergone,the underdeveloped nature of the country,Furthermore the inability of the parliament,judiciary,let alone the corrupt executive to excercise true freedom of speech,democracy.

A strange admixture of upper-class decadence and underclass pathology.Our salvation gentlemen, will come from personal action. We must act now.ACTION.The entire government is collapsed,why wait for too long a time?Who says ENAM does not breed corruption? The products of Enam are all white collar criminals more deadly than the guys in the quaters.

kenedy Epie

The most important issue should be the last sentance of the article "At the end of the day, the critical question is whether the money they have embezzled is being recovered? If yes, where is the money?".
I am out.

Effange Fru

Who can swear amongst you, illusion hunters cum bushfallers, that he left cameroon without faking a birh certificate or passport or some official document? Who can dare.
The systmen in the country has failed, what i am struggling to drive home is simple, this guy went off topic, he should have presented Abel Ndeh profile and present facts leading to his arrest.Rather than pouring our phrases he, as an "intellectual" fails to substantiate
The school has its bad elements, for sure, but not all those in jail are grads of the school.

Listen to Asafor, the same man who chased from SONEL bc of gross incompetence. you guys make me laugh.
Watehsih, not all administrators of the country left ENAM, a good number of them are grads of western universities too. so surely they were thought how to be corrupt there?I do not think so.
This boils back to one thing,
Cameroon's problem is a failed systtem, a bad system that has refused to intergrate modern techniques of pub management in the day to day running of the country.
Only those ones who tried going in and failed would heap such blind insults.
Men you may be making a point, but you are neither refine nor focused.
NOTE, WHAT EVER THING YOU SAY, WE ARE THE CHOSEN ONES, WE ARE MEANT TO RULE MARVERICKS AND ESCAPISTS LIKE YOU FOR GOOD;

EFFANGE FRU
VERY PROUD PRODUCT OF ENAM
CAMEROON'S MOST PRESTIGIOUS INSTITUTION


Wangasi

Frankly speaking, I am a graduate of that school. I left in 2006.
I understand Effange's problem ( I dont Know him, and cannot determine his class)
I think if the author and all of you in the house shouild use the adjective "some" when refering to the products of the school.
On the other hand, its true some of the products of the school have killed its image, thats true.
Its rather terrible, to read some of you say there is corruption every where, but that in ENAM tops the chart, thats an overstatement, based on emotions and unverified facts.
Effange should be soft abit in tone, but i agree with him that cameroon's problem is that of a bad system and not ENAM grads, because if public policy is well set at the top a good followup can change things.
Would hide my mind. You and i hve contributed in spoiling cameroon, so lets not play the blame game nor indulge in escapists tendencies.

Frankly speaking, my passing through is a mixed blessing. I am proud and disappointed

asafor

Dear Effange Fru,the inconvinient reality is that,there is wide spread government corruption,pettiness and egoism,non competent appointment from ENAM products.Reasons being that the weight of the envelope actually determined the entrance result into ENAM'and not meritocracy.

This explain the reason why you guys are easily brainwashed as mention above. Senior Fru,are you asserting the fact that you are part of the emblematic of the ignorance,uncertainty,dishonesty,and insecurity that rules Cameroon? Well,my post is still vacant,i was more than one person in Sonel,Multifunction,dynamic, i had all it takes to be a good staff. But tribalism,government failure to effectively manage state owned or para-public companies contributed to my resignation.

Hey Fru, Flexibility in responding to mordern needs should be our focus in comtemporary soceity.The idea of work for life will soon be over in Cameroon thus the language of diversity must come into action.Be flexible in your style of thinking. Thank you.

asafor

Dear Effange fru, after reading your comments i laughed out my lungs,you seems to have a sense of humur,

slomo

why did the wembmaster clear off my posting?

Cameroon Marshal

If i knew then what i know now, all those batards in yaounde would have carried several charges on them, undropale

MBIYEH

MR EFFANGE FRU,UR POST WAS QUITE INTERESTING AND MAY I ADD QUITE FACTUAL.I AM A BUSHFALLER PRESENTLY OUT OF CAMEROON AND LOOKING TO RETURN SOMETIME SOON AFTER MY STUDIES.I`D REALLY LIKE TO SIGN UP FOR THE ENAM EXAMS BECAUSE THATS ONE WAY I KNOW I WOULDNT BE JOBLESS IN AFTER ALL MY EFFORTS.I HOLD A BSC DEGREE FROM CAMEROON.I COULD REALLY USE SOME TIPS.CAN I GET UR EMAIL?

John Logan

i think same like Kenedy Epie opinion

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