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February 24, 2014

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It is difficult to make a definitive call on such a complex character. Most certainly, Ateba Eyene was coveting some high profile government position. He usually carefully chose his targets. However, unlike others, he had set a limit to how much he could compromise to achieve personal goals. He kept a certain sense of our country's interests, a genuine concern for its youth. In the context of Cameroonian politics, that alone must be commended. We can only wish we had many more Ateba Eyenes. Rest in peace.

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