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Bob Bristol

So business-related calls scored just 1.8% . Well, since the business atmosphere back at home has been made very hostile by government employed criminals at the ports and taxation offices, by highly skilled "feymen" all over and even by lecturers who brainwash their students into believing that remittances sent to them are ill-gotten.

The responsibility of reversing this standard of interaction lies in the hand of nobody other than the government of Cameroon.

Alem

This is an ad for rebtel? what is the use of this?

Va Boy

An ad or good competitor research. Skype and others know whom to beat now and how.

Onguene

Who cares whether it is an ad or not? If the author is smart enough to tuck in relevant information into good-to-know and interesting information why should I have a problem with that?

Onguene

correction:
"if the author is smart enough to tuck in an advert into good-to-know and relevant information why should I have a problem with that?

DANGO TUMMA

THE CALLERS ARE ALL SOUTHERN CAMEROONIANS

WHO ARE FROM WEST AFRICA, SUCH WEST AFRICANS, NOT CENTRAL WEST AFRICA, FRENCH CAMEROUNESE AND COMGO;ESE ARE CENTRAL AFRICANS, BOUNDARY AT RIVER MUNGO

Diebody

Dango, we are not West Africans, and We are not Central Africans.
We are Southern or West Cameroonians.

The Mungo separates us from Central Africa.
The Mungo Na Loba separates us from West Africa.
We are us.

As we think of leaving the Equatorial Forest,
Let us not turn and mingle with the chaos in West Africa.

We've seen how these stories fair.
Let us draw our boundaries clear and be us.

Diebody

I meant 'fare' not 'fair'!

Sorry for the error.

Peter

Cameroonians arenow offering quality services to call back home from USA, Canada and Europe. See http://www.bloomtalent-telecom.com

nico anye

this will have been news if the calls where free, calling cameroon from Singapore/malaysia is pretty expensive,

Elvis

Try and use www.lowratevoip.com Its's really cheap too for calling cameroon.

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