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February 28, 2006


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Mwalimu George Ngwane

Dear Readers
It has taken so long for us to wait for this site especially coing from the scribbles of an old essayist like Dibussi.
Welcome to the land of fee thinking . Remember the days we took our turns on tabloids to chant hymns of democracy. Now the e-tabloid has come and your rich and incisive articles will feed the minds of researchers and a young generation yearnig to make something out of this murky Cameroonian life.
Brother in ink and ideas, Congrats

Nkosi Jacob

What amazes me with our country; I mean the the system of governance, is how power is centred around one man. It is a Biya-centred rulership. He, though pressured by America, bilateral donors and the Bretton Woods Institutions decides who is to be arrested, when to be arrested and how to be arrested. The manner with which the three former corporation managers were arrested, shines with an intent to humiliate them. I predict to say that no matter the opinion of Cameroonians on this current corruption drive, it will end where Biya wants it to end. He wouldn't sink his own ship. Look at the ENAM affair. If we assume that Minister Amama is correct and the Director of ENAM is wrong why is it that nothing has been done to put things in order?

Ma Mary

Nkosi, you are talking here about some key things that are dear to us:


*A free and independent judiciary

*Presumption of innocense until the case is proven

The little tinpot dictator just decides who to set an example on. Do you think this will ever change? I do not trust that any of these so called progressive francophones would do differently if presented with power.

Southern Cameroons must be free.

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