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Hidden treasure in the Northwest region of Cameroon
Click here to visit the website of the Saddle Hill Ranch.
Posted on September 07, 2013 at 01:04 PM in Travel, Video | Permalink
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And with all these hype about Saddle Hill Ranch,how does one drive-given the nature of the bad roads in Bamenda-to and from it? You see where your hype takes you no way, especially for someone has lived in the West for all these years, and knows what it takes to have a good time? Set your priorities right: Good roads, clean water, security around Bamenda, and then come back and do your advertisement!
Adrian Soppo |
September 16, 2013 at 02:36 PM
You got it all wrong. If the people of the North West had to sit and wait for any government in Cameroon to come and do anything for them, they still be having nightmares such as the days of Manfe come , Mamfe go down like in the colonial era under Britain.With the tourism facilities in place, those willing to come will come. Soon after, the nay sayers will follow soon. Sit and wait for a six lane express way to Bamenda and you will regret missing out on the fun.
Che Sunday. |
March 31, 2015 at 05:46 PM
Thanks Mr. Soppo that's a good response. Some people are carried away by western life and are tempted to compare their motherland to it. These types of reactions are those that keep us behind. An individual cannot tar he road or fix the road. I love the Initiative to promote development. Places like saddle hill are worthy to be encouraged.
September 08, 2015 at 05:09 PM
Sorry i meant thanks Mr. Che
September 08, 2015 at 05:11 PM
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