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TAGRO

What do you expect when 'tif man' Paul Biya is the embezzler in chief?

Biya, a primitive thief who feigns sophistication with French suits and empty gesticulations; and like a high-priced prostitute, spends most his of nights in Hotel suites at European capitals.

There are no few good men in Republique du Cameroun. What a pity.

njimaforboy

What about Earnest Mollua and Allain Dipoko?

Mallam Shehu

Njimafor, be ready to put on your khaki pants, we're going to storm Etoudi soon. Courageous people like the field Marshal himself shall be needed to be at the forefront, hope you don't vamoose before it is D-Day. Water-water pear!

Zemenyi

It is well established that the so called Operation Epervier has been very ineffective like many other governmental undertakings in Cameroon. It appears to be a simple strategy to settle political scores, incapacitate perceived or potential political ennemies, humiliate and ruin and jail some people. The choice of victims of this operation are meticulously made by Biya himself with the assistance of the Vice-prime minister, Minister of Justice and other close associates of Etoudi.

In cameroon today, only a HANDFUL of dignitaries and civil servants could come clean from embezzlement and corruption probes. When you have such a pervasive culture of corruption, mismanagment and disastrous governance, where will you find a few good men to lead the charge against embezzlement and corruption?

The very few persons who could undertake such a noble and patriotic mission would be sacked, arrested or killed with the blessing of the Supreme Magistrate himself. How and when Cameroon could get back on track where Ahidjo left it must be decided and dealt with in 2011.

 PETER VAKUNTA

Bro Joe, nothing will change in those climes. Na Clando Republic! You no be read ma poem? Mek we lefam so!
http://www.postnewsline.com/.m/2010/01/clando-republic--for-we-own-kondre--clando-dem-plenti-like-shit--taxi-wey-yi-no-get-pi%C3%A8ces-du-v%C3%A9hicule--da-mean-sei-bu.html

Sango Emmanuel

Cameroon is in search of a few good men. Where can they turn to?

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