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« Why Cameroon is Poor and Corrupt | Main | Prof. Ndiva Kofele-Kale: The Biya Regime Must Confront The Root Causes of Corruption »

March 07, 2006

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Asuambe Michael

This is funny and serious at the same time:-) Funny because this is just the type of acts that have landed mboua massok in court on numerous occassions in the past 15 years; Serious because of the message he is sending, which, unfortunately, most people will miss because of the apparent banality and insignificance of this solitary act...Another food for thought...

Thanks also for the "dash" on Kuve Likenye. Didn't know he existed until today...

Ma Mary

Mboua Massok, a later day Camerounese hero? How odd? How delightful? Surely Massok will understand how the presence of Southern Cameroons in its colonized state has stultified la Republique du Cameroun in political infantilism. We have served very well as the monstrous "other", a distraction, a scapegoat. Time for us to go. Time for them to grow up. Good job Mboua Massok ma Batalong, but not enough. You should have blown up the whole damn thing.

Gerald

This is more than food for thought; this should be enough food to send people acting. Thank God there are still some people who can see clearly in this nebulous Cameroonian society, blurred by corruption and malpractices that have become the norm.
Gerald

Abega

Here is a sample of the most important stree in downtown Yaounde, the capital of Cameroon:

- Avenue Charles de Gaulle
- Avenue Kennedy
- Rue du maréchal Foch
- Rue de Nachtigal
- Rue de Narvick
- Rue Marie Gocker
- Avenue Winston Churchill
etc.

The only major streets in downtown Yaounde which have indigenous names are:

Avenue El Hadj Ahmadou Ahidjo and Avenue Mvog Fouda Ada.

Talk about cultural alienation!!!

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