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« The Ethos of Ostentatious Consumption in Cameroon | Main | Film Review: Cameroon's Patriarchy Gets A Lashing From Sisters in Law »

February 15, 2006

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Ma Mary

I did not know this boy, but I wept when I read this story. This is the true wasted generation.

Ma Mary

Dibussi: keep them coming.

Rebecca

Dibussi:
A hearty thank you for the "naked" true shared via this forum. Your efforts are appreciated.

joseph

i just want to say that i accidentally came across your site andam glad i did. I was born in Bamenda while my dad was a district engineer there, his name is Angelito Palma. for amore than thirty yearshe worked in the Cameroon and i believe contributed his talents and energy to the country. He eventuallymoved to Victoria and worked with Tamajong Ndumu. In 1984 he was asked to head the civil works division of CDC until his retirement in 1993. The cameroons has a special place in my heart andI hope to visit again one day with my family. I just wanted to share this and thank you for your site. How's Limbe? Dad built those houses by the shore behind the CDC head office. Keep writing and more power.

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