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Vincent Wetiah

Brovo for standing up to a corrupt customs officer. It costs you time and money, but it was worth it. We can all fight corruption in our own little way by refusing to cooperate. Please, write and tell us instances where you said "No" to corruption.


That's so wonderful that you stood up! I get frightened when they start to speak that quickly, when my French is not that fluent. I once had a female officer convince me that a small box of sugary cereal would cost me 5,000 francs to bring into the country. At the time, I had no cash on me but USD. I gave her 5.00 US, and she was appeased (but I think she put it right in her pocket!!).


What ails Cameroon, is exactly what ails the national team. I can't imagine a country were everybody is bigger than the country. The clan issue, with Eto'os constant declaration-how he is the best player this and that. How can a team win a game, when players come into the game feeling bigger than the rest. I have not seen any other team whose mission is not to play together and win together. But for this rabbit ear, pig resembling Eto'o, it is about him and not the national team. Well, this is the disease in Cameroon, bigger and holier than thou. How dare you talk to me, don't you know i am the minister of sports. I am the principal of GHS Fura wa, respect me. I am the police commissioner for Bamboutous, make way. I am chief this, and Fon that, bring pigs to me. I am the delegate of education in kumba, bow down to me, even if i do not know what i am talking about. I am the MP from Buea, praise me. Until we come to understand that nobody is mightier or greater than the people, town, district, division, province, nation he serves, we will continue to disintegrate. I really hate this idiot Eto'o blowing his trumpet.


Do you think if anglophones had their own airport we would be treated like this?

Va Boy

If "anglophones" had their own airport, it would be like Sonara-location Tiko or Mamfe or Mankon and the rest the same.

If Southern Cameroons were free, they would have their own airport, and it would be better in every single dimension.

The entire Douala Airport smells like a latrine. Why is that?

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