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John Dinga

Yes, my man, you said it like it is. And I couldn't agree with you more.

A true Head of State who loves his people must not only give ears to praise singers; he ought also to listen to dissenting voices. One has to weep when things go the way they are going in Cote d'Ivoire, all because there is no honest person to stand up and tell the King that he is naked! Now the world is saying it. Who will be the next Laurent Gbagbo?


Yes Enam works.Hmmmm come to think of it how many Anglos are Ministers?How many are in the police force?How many are CEO in key government companies?Hmmm I begin to wonder.ARE WE SAFE?Ambazonia will exist one day....

Emmanuel Ngang Nkembo

The terrible issues in administrative bottlenecks and high level corruption is coming from ENAM graduates.How on earth a taxation or finance officer 3 years after graduation builds a storey building and has a big car while his courterpart from ENS Yaounde ha snothing yet.We most ask why families jubilate when a member bribes or should I say passes the entrance examination into this school.
If i am president I WILL CLOSE DOWN THIS POOR INSTITUTE that has crippled Cameroon,

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