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« Looking Back at the Messi Messi Affair (1): "The Greatest Politico-Financial Scandal of all Times" | Main | Looking Back at the Messi Messi Affair (3): Monga Returns, the Biya Regime Goes on the Offensive »

March 15, 2006

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JN Ngoh

Dear Mr. Tande,
Thanks for this walk down memory lane. From time to time we all need to put things into perspective. This article exposes the recent 'anti-corruption' efforts by the greatest-of-thieves for what the truly are; pretentious manipulative lies.

Ofori

HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE CAMEROON TO DECIPHER THE SITUATION IN WHICH IT FINDS ITSELF? HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE THIS NATION TO STAND UP AND SAY CAMEROON DOES NOT BELONG TO AN INDIVIDUAL? MOBUTU OF ZAIRE HAD ABOUT 32 YEARS. THAT NATION MAY NEVER STAND ON ITS OWN ECONOMY.

Ngum

Ha! HA! HA! Haba! Biya appointed himself chair of the anti-Corruption Commission! I now see why. The greatest thing that a leader can do is to leave a legacy of development and education and prosperity for his people, a real mark. The most stupid thing a leader can do is to become a thief. Biya cannot leave this earth a happy man, because he has squandered an opportunity for greatness. TIFF MAN.

Riccardo

This is just the beginning of the end of a Corrupt Government.
It will be donne peacefully.
Progressive English and French Speaking Cameroonians are working hard to change our Country.
A genuine democracy will transform Cameroon into a modern State in Africa.

Riccardo
CAADIM

Roland Ngong

Our collective memory sometimes is so shallow.
Biya today is like the local sheriff hunting down those accused of malfeasance. The people applaud. If he continues, he may leave a legacy worth enshrining in the history of our country.
In the meantime, we collectively forget or chose to overlook the fact that the SCB/Messi Messi affair still remains in the realm of the unexplained.The blood is now dry - except for those who have been injured in the process and whose wounds are yet to heal. I mean those who have lost their savings with the SCB; businesses which have had to close down; kids who have had their schooling abruptly stopped because SCB and by extension whomsoever stole the money (because thievery it was )made it impossible for them to savour the joys of a good education etc...The time of judgement will come - as it surely will - someday!

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