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"Cameroonians know who they are, and what roles they’ve played over the years for a regime". I am sorry we donot know them. Even you search on "google" you hardly find infos about Cameroon socalled "generals and oficer". Their names, pictures, houses, connections, friends, families, wealth etc.
Mr. Ndifor I will appreciate when names are called, pictures posted, wealth exposed etc. This could serve as a presure to these men. They might turn to behave themselves if they know the world knows about them.
So why keep them anonymous? It's just my suggestion. What do Cameroonians thnik?

John Dinga

You are looking in the wrong place for answers. It was not the generals whose "hands were tied" in 1992 or the elections thereafter!


I usually agree with your analyses but this time I think you may be off the mark. In a country where no public official has ever resigned for misperformance I don`t see how exposing the foibles of military leadership, would make a change. These people are used to a certain lifestyle and would do anything to maintain it, regardless of who can guarantee it.


An African wrote about Genocide in Ivory coast and Western Media hypocrisy on this forum,it disappears with the blink of an eye.
Now I can see a US senator request about Genocide in Ivory coast shining like a diamond in the sky. What do you take Africans for?
I am asking the Administrators of this forum.

Kamer Chat

I think the solutions that you are proposing are a good step ahead, but can't be seen as the complete answer to our problems or the solution. Exposing these generals will not change much, but it will somehow make them take the heat as well as their master Paul Biya which in turn can help in times of storm as they might make the right decisions since they will then know that if they make the wrong ones, we will expose them after what.

Bamda boy

We need to start by changing our self, put down the beer which Biya owns a share in and 75% France and start getting involed while talking less.

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Amouta Denis

It's often surprising that a country, held hostage by a military for this length of time, would have Cameroonians embarrassingly telling readers following the publication of this article that the military is not the problem? They are those that have kept a dictator like Biya in power for this length of time, and ought to be condemned outright without reservation.
Keep the military out of the picture in Cameroon and see whether that regime would survive a single day. Call a spade a spade: Biya's regime won't survive a night if the military is not around.


Cameroon has been under hostage for a long period of time,when i talk about Cameroon under hostage i mean the leader,i think the Military is only playing their part,they are not keeping any one in power but the leader is keeping has self in power,are we just going to full our hands and sit watching our Father-land fail?

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Very, very nicely done!

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