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Posted on March 21, 2008 at 10:30 AM in Cameroon Society | Permalink
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A microcosm of the macrocosm.This video aptly portrays the confusion that reigns out here.Taps don't flow,phones don't ring, lights go on and off,can't depend on buses and taxes to arrive early,roads are untarred,hotel services are poor,police are lawless,civil servants are bribe addicts,touristic sites are uncatered for,construction of houses are done haphazardly,public facilities like toilets are luxuries,towns are dirty,trains and commercial planes are grounded,nobody respects time,health services and education are for the rich,everything is taxed,public offices are casinos,prostitution,banditry,alcoholism,feymania,occultism are rife,ghettoes are sprouting like mushrooms everywhere,the young are desperate and unemployed,the old are helpless and won't give a chance to the young,there's no middleclass,professional schools are meant for the wealthy,mentalities are ancient,people are slow to reasoning,families are breaking up,traditions and cultures are abandoned,churches are business ventures;politicians are dishonest,teachers are mediocre,doctors and nurses are incompetent,lawyers are conmen,judges are partial and corrupt;incest,infidelity,violence and divorce are destroying our families;paedophilia,homosexuality are fashionable,to tell the truth has become unfashionable,universities and higher institutions are breeding grounds for the spread of AIDS,every young person dreams of leaving the country etc,etc,etc etc.
THIS COUNTRY IS IN DANGER.
Sofi Monono(Yaoundé) |
March 21, 2008 at 12:21 PM
My jaw almost dropped off. I expected somebody to be killed at anytime on that crossroads. This is a country without any responsibility where people expect to survive only through the grace of God.
Macadamia Cake |
March 24, 2008 at 11:26 AM
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