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Friday, 26 August 2011


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Likando James

Massa, man don tire dis "Vakuntanewsline"! Can you please slow down, or at least format your articles in a way that they are easy on the eyes?? I am sure I am not the first person to make this request. Up Station has lost its erstwhile glory because of this "article dumping". Please put the intro of your writings here and link to the full articles on your blog.

J. S. Dinga

News remains news especially for people who have not yet heard or read it. For those who already heard/read it, the best thing is to move on to other items. An important aspect of pedagogy is repetition to enable the message to take root in learners and we are all learning different things about our fatherland and its rulership.

Since politics has become Cameroon's most important industry, it is natural to fill the landscape with things political. And of course any material that educates people about their future and their destiny could never be superfluous. Learning is an on-going process and so nobody should stop others from dispensing or acquiring that essential knowledge that should help in navigating the market place where there is a commerce of minds.

Peter Tansie

126 Arrested on October 1
•126 people arrested in Buea, Cameroon, for matching on the 1st of October 2011 under inhumane conditions. Amongst is an 87-year old, frail and ailing Great-Grand-Father (Pa Tanshie John Fundoh).
•This was a peaceful match on a National Day (Independence Day of former West Cameroon), to celebrate their heritage. This which the Cameroonian government no longer celebrates and has no remorse in wiping out history of a people, but equally has an appalling and undignifying disregard for human rights.
•His regular medications and dietary are not with him at the Police Cell. Heartless!!!!!!. Considering Cameroon’s track record on abuse, we are confident that if Pa Tanshie is not released soon, he may not withstand the barbaric and callous manner in which inmates are treated. We fear for Pa Tanshie’s life and the wellbeing of other detainees. Let’s act now to stop this shameful, degrading and uncivilised treatment to senior citizens. See picture below.

Pa Tansie John Fundoh: Born August 1924: Arrested 1st October 2011. Held at GMI, Buea, Cameroon

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