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femme la

Perfect analysis from the lady. This is the crap that makes us to mark time although we have a lot of smart people.

limbekid

I would never waste my time attending any of these conferences, but I wonder if "photo de famille" is uniquely Cameroonian.

Va Boy

Why would you attend the conferences? You are already bought and owned by the Biya criminal enterprise. If you attend, they could take their sht back from you.
Going late to scheduled events and making a lot of hot air speeches that do not address the subject matter of the event. That is typical of us.

limbekid

Why wouldn`t I attend? Because this is 2010, not 1960, and there are a myriad of ways a political aspirant can get to me (blogs, twitter, youtube, facebook...) without travelling across the globe.

ntam charles

But the lady herself appeared an hour later than the scheduled time and therefore can not attribute lateness to Cameroonians.Any form of assessment or evaluation that is 100 percent positive or 100 percent negative is either fanaticism or the opposite of it.So what is good about Cameroonians?Not even the African generosity nor hospitality! Give me a break.I am a Cameroonian.

Ntam Charles

ambergris

The overwhelming majority of Cameroonian events in the diaspora begin very late, wasting the time of the few who bother to come on time. There are no excuses, Ntam Charles. Be a grown up and make the change. Hospitality and generosity lose their value when you disrespect time. People also stand up at question time, and instead of landing, go all over the map and do not make their point. This all causes inefficiency and underdevelopment.

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