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Dr A A Agbormbai


J. S. Dinga

This approach might just be the simplest way to tell the entire world what a hoax Cameroon has lived through these past decades. What a painless way to vomit out a lingering dictatorship!

Dr A A Agbormbai

In one of my previous commentaries I introduced the Cameroon 50/50 Economic Model by highlighting one of its main features - creating jobs through government's partnering with citizens to develop a vibrant private sector.

This commentary elaborates on further features of the economic side of the Strategic Cameroon Plan that concentrate on job creation.

Cameroon's new-era economy will be founded on tourism (eco-tourism and more traditional tourism), which is the largest source of employment in the world.

We'll turn our forests and fauna into engaging tourist attractions while also developing our beaches. We'll build a network of transport facilities (road network, airports, seaports, railways) to support tourism primarily and then agriculture and industrialization secondarily.

I've developed a protocol for modularizing the development of our transport infrastructure so that the process can be prioritized to determine which projects may be embarked on first (and simultaneously) and which ones will come next or later.

Such modularization makes implementation practical and easy. It also allows us to manage our borrowings while keeping projects financially viable.

Viability requires that we borrow money to implement only projects that will generate sufficient income to neutralise the costs and generate a profit. Naturally, the most lucrative projects take top priority and will be implemented first.

To complete the analysis I need input data from Cameroon, so this part of the plan will wait until I return to Cameroon after we kick Paul Biya out in October.

I want Cameroon to emulate the example of Spain in designing itself around tourism. This provides a great incentive to keep the country very clean while also forcing us to be polite and welcoming to visitors.

The next area of economic development and job creation is agriculture. Commercial agriculture is at odds with eco-tourism and environmental protection. That's why I've put tourism ahead of agriculture as the main drive for our economy.

Commercial agriculture consumes land, forest, and fauna. It also affects the lives of our rural communities. Therefore, this is something we must handle carefully. There has to be a compromise before we can do agriculture.

What we certainly don't want is to invite heartless multinational treasure-hunters to come and destroy our ecosystem and the livelihoods of our indigenous people.

Therefore, commercial agriculture must meet with the approval of environmentalists and any villagers affected before it can go ahead. In general, land used by villagers for their livelihood must be avoided by agricultural commercialization.

The final area of job creation is industralisation. This is something that we shall develop over the long term. We first have to solve our energy crisis, and then find a safe way to dispose of industrial waste without harming our environment. We don't want to industralise and end up with environmental catastrophes.

Igwacho, Peter Ph.D

In addition to observing this day in meditation to when our beloved country was plunged down the drain, the fear tactic and its perpetrators should heed to the voice of the people. Let every Cameroonian of voting age go out to the polls and vote Paul Biya out,speak on top of their voices that Paul Biya should go and the time is now, and nobody needs to be fried in a weld puddle for doing just that.


Agbormbai,Sir this not the time to start fantasizing about what our economy is going to look like.What you are struggling to do is just like writing love poems in a period of war.I thought you were above these petty wits by now.The time we have in our hands now is to wrest the country from the hands of an inconsequential dictator.You have been going forth and back with economic proposals here for the past 6 years,and everything has fallen on deaf ears,so stop pretending to be deaf also.We have to be saying the same thing now,if we want to have a country where economic reforms like the ones you are proposing can make a headway.We should encourage our people to come out for a "punitive vote",where they will carry out their civic duty and make it clear their voices "must" be heard this time around.People should stay put until their votes are counted.They should take the tally and use their mobile phones to send the figures to all other citizens in the country.We should be able to have a clear idea of the whole voting process during the first 24 hours.No need to wait for Elecam,where the boss,Marafat Hamidou Yaya,who is the brainchild behind this paper-tiger is sparing no effort to paint it as a piece of crap.

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