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    Renaissance man, philosophy professor, actor and newspaper columnist, Godfrey Tangwa aka Rotcod Gobata touches a wide array of subjects. Always entertaining and eminently readable. Visit for frequent updates.
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    Novelist and poet Ilongo Fritz Ngalle, long concealed his artist's wings behind the firm exterior of a University administrator and guidance counsellor. No longer. Enjoy his unique poems and glimpses of upcoming novels and short stories.

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Is this a Mountain Club or a njangi house? God forbid. This is not the place where the cream of the civil service in Buea used to meet every evening. Look at the roof and the paint! It seems SONEL (if that's what they still call that company) has cut off the lights. Someone could have done a job landscaping this place - it would cost so little. What did they used to do in the Mountain Club? Or do they still do anything in there?


What a clown.This forum was meant for serious and meaningful conversations. Spies/traitors like u should shut the .... up if u have nothing better to say.

Va Boy

Do they still have membership dues?
It used to have a well maintained yard and tennis court and squash hall and family-friendly activities. No swimming pool because Buea was too cold and rainy. Now it is a hide out for unhappy males with declining testosterone to drink, play snookers, gossip and eat peppersoup because their wives no longer cook for them.
Its about time to take some Viagra, start the wives engines. Paint this damned place, extend it, play some tennis and get the kids back in.


Njimaforboy, I lived in Bukwango Buea (GRA) and grew up knowing the Mountain Club, which you find in the photo above. I am not talking about this website. I am talking about the photo. Please, be considerate about your use of the words clown/spies/traitor. What you find as "nothing to say" might be something to someone concerned, like Va Boy. Do you really find what I have written above meaningless, Njimaforboy? Or you're just letting out steam on me? If it's the second, I understand and won't mind. Is it wrong for me to express my shock at the collapse of what used to be a very desirable and wonderful place? There ought to be very few people who grew up in Buea who didn't like this Mountain Club.

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