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Monday, 19 April 2010


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E Ai

"How many cup?"
"I get daso one hundred"
"How for sugar?"
"Massa forget dat sugar!"
"Just buy me garri. I want fillop ma belle. If you get something for your pocket buy me one Bastos toujours jeune."
"Alright, I did come, na na so."
"No fey me oh!"
"I di die hungri."
"Massa, how you too fit di check say I go fey you nau?"
"Go bring da garri before ma eye begin ton."

E Ai

Monsieur Orock,

Gatha daso dat munkuta plum
send'am for me, papa!
Or na how much you di sellam?

You fit send'am for me,
then I send you di moni after?

I did wait for hear for you.
Papa, no forget me oh!
I di wait trong trong!

E Ai

For those of us that La Republique has reduced to veranda, pavement, "carrefour", and street side vendors... those of us who go on flip-flops, who get passed by, those of us who can only afford daily change, who have no bank accounts, no njangi...

those of us who have sat behind this rickety set-ups gathering red coins that have lost their luster to the eye, who have known suffering, in whose eyes the blood of the harmattan glimmers, who have seen countless black marias go by,
or trooped off to spend at the funerals of loved ones,

who sitting behind this little world bank day and night,
or contemplate the future
when the black limos and pravdas
of the ministers of pain from Yaounde/Douala
or of bushfallers go past

For those of us, who sit here
on this bank and gaol of time...

E Ai

For Up Station Mountain Club Readers,
I wish you enjoy this little exercise!

But I would also like you to contribute
and add your own free writing here... a few lines, a little description, something fun on the photo...

Let loose your memory!

Let's also make "Up Station Mountain Club" a fun place to be,
a lighthearted club!


Chief Ayuk Arrey

Who doesn't know Garri? If not of this commodity many hardworking cameroonians could not have been self employed.

Infact Garri is the "BEST FAST FOOD IN THE WORLD"
Please wherever you are, say this to your neighbours.
Some people even drank Garri for a days meal. The Best food for Domitory Students.

Cameroon is rich in all things.

"Thank God for Garri"

Va Boy

Cold water garri. It goes well with avocado and there are some good healthy ones on the stand.

E Ai

Fast food, Lean food,

Whether na Sasse, BIrocol, Nyassoso,
CPC Bali, Saker, Sacred Heart, Okoyong, PSS...

Dorm food, after work,
Saturday food, after sport
Garri and corn chaff! Glory be God!

Fast food
Lean food

See healthy the goat looks!

Garri boy says:
God's time's the best!

E Ai


E Ai

& three cube sugar
& you're set
to go...

Cold water garri,
energy food!

E Ai

Garri and pia -
Tell me some ting!

Garri and ogbwono,
look ma hand, see ma mop
dry meat, i dey,
njanga i dey!
weti you want?
Garri and ogbonow,
no neck fit deny you!

garri and okro,

E Ai

Dat okra man
St Paul
weyi check say i fit play garri boy with power all time

Wata go pass garri some day,
and like Moombootoo Sese Sekooo,
like dat small tif Omar Bongo,
yi too go begin di ask if God really dey
or if na some Krismas lie wey
St Nikolas been start am!

St Paul: If na true, bless me God, give me power
for wake up waka go back for dat state haus!

God: Ah, garri boy,
I no get power for send you back for dat state haus
other pipl dey hungri too for sleep inside
just naw i no know whosa you di go....
hau your heart doti so?
Ai for fit helep you,
if your heart be clean daso small...

Va Boy

Did you try banga soup with garri and okporokpo? It is so good, you will pass out for six hours, dreaming and sweating.


VA Boy, Mbanga (palm nut) soup or Banga (marijuana) Soup????:-):-)

Daniel Agbor

What of tanchot soup

Chief Ayuk Arrey

Tanchot soup[black soup],mmmh. Pls you guys should stop provoking my appetite.
Okporoko,Mbonga,dried Makerro,e.t.c let me just reserve some comments or else I will be hungry.

E Ai


Mbanga soup + garri + okporokpo = pass out + six hours, dreaming + sweating!

I say dis one betta pass pharmacy!

E Ai

garri + okro soup + mbonga + smoked makerro

then 33 export for Kumbo Squares... or Muea Market...

Chief Ayuk Arrey

EAi, I beg leafam so, I not want pass out.

E Ai

Okay, Chief Ayuk Arrey,
I go lefam so.
When Chief talk, na so ih be.
Stay fine & make God bless we all.

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