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J. S. Dinga

Mr Chia, after writing a beautiful analytic article, I think you ended up spoiling it - probably inadvertently, I hope - by stating that Anglophones have no real tangible value that they bring to the table! That is sacrilegious! Of course the Anglophone contribution to Cameroon's nationhood can never be so callously downgraded, least of all by an Anglophone of substance, which you are.

It is not because Biya does not utilize the womenfolk in Cameroon that one should conclude in their uselessness. The same holds true for Anglophones. A pig which does not know the value of the golden ring on its snout remains just what it is - a pig.


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 Ekambi Gilbert

We are getting to a transition phase where youths will progressively take over the lead. The average age of the cabinet members has decreased and will continue to decrease. The number of women has also increased in the new governmental team even though the 30% rate is not reached. But in the country there are many women who occupy very important positions at are not completely absent from the management of state affairs.


Women have always occupied and occupy an important position in our society with all the due consideration. They have never been underprivileged.Our society is full of women occupying very important positions and they are major policy makers and decision takers.

Etamé Sonia

Women are not underprivileged at all in the government. They are key actors in the development of our society. The number of women who occupy the positions of minister in the cabinet was increased during the recent appointments and progressively the number will be increased, President Paul Biya thus fulfilled his campaign promise.

Kouekam Luc

President Paul Biya finds no other interest that work for a better Cameroon every day. No matter the number of ministerial posts the aim to render our government more efficient and every ministry has a specific function. Youths, women and Anglophones are considerably represented in the government and trying to deny that is bad faith. I think the new cabinet is sufficiently equilibrated and all its members are out to serve the nation.

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