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I think the issue here are the calibre of people recruited into the police and armed forces. I is charatcerised by chronic criminals who sort this forces as hiding grounds for their misdeeds and what they subsequently do. It is no longer old news that lots of armed robbers have been caught in cameroon with military guns, pistols and bullets and in some cases some of these criminals are members of either of these forces. Just recently in yaounde a gang was arrested including a police officer. It is what he's been practising and we all know that "old habits hardly die". Chef Ndoko Boul is just one of such characters. Little or no water in his head to give a reasoning brain. These are the products of corrupt government corruptions, trianed to kill and promoted to positions they cant defend. We can say about his wife is something involving alot of emotions and sentiments but is that equitable to killing the who house with a government gun?? He is just one of the many who do such things without any form of reasoning. Recently in february when citizens took to the streets to ask for what they want and deserve from their government, the result was something similar to what Chef Ndoko Boul just did. Gunning down of people. This is just one of the 2 million cases happening in our country. Some may not invlove gunning down people but intimidation and arrests of innocent individuals by members of these forces. Too long to complete the list but this is my own little contribution.
Ma Mary, Rexon, Tabi-Sweden, Spitfire, Sangomonie, Listen to Chief Eyong Mengot of 3 corners village: "This is the most credible election I have ever witnessed in Cameroon. Being the chief of my village in Manyu, I rallied all my subjects to vote for the CPDM party because we were given electricity at the eve of the elections" Is thia not cowardicity????Does this man reason? does this man have children?? is this what a human being is suppose to say in press??
Mr Kimbeng, I do agree with some aspects raised in your article though as indicated by Ted, its a repeat of an old previous article published in the post. That not withstanding I have a few comments to make here. Lets be categorical here: - The first issue limiting the number of Cameroon graduates able to study in US universities is purely financial. No qualms about that whether you or fellow commentators agree or not. We all know how many cameroonian graduates are willing to pursue graduate studies in the United states; we as well know how much an an international student is required to pay as tuition fees (huge sums of money that some parents in cameroon have never raised except for a few fraudulent ones). Some of the requisites to gain graduate admissions into US universities are results for the TOEFL and GRE. Some individuals may be willing to sit for this exams but may not be able to register for this exams. I know the cost of registration for TOEFL use to be about 82.500frs (about 125 US dollars). That seems to very liitle money per se but its a huge amount of money for an average cameroon family. Apart from the huge amounts of money for tuition fees, the next issue is what they called the bank statement. All of us how much you are asked to present in the embassy as money a parent or guarantor has to sponsor the future student. How many people have such amounts of money in cameroon? (lets put the doki BS made and signed in Bonamoussadi aside). Another financial issue issue is the application asked which you have to pay by credit card. Its just $50 for sume colleges, but how many cameroonians back in cameroon have credit cards assuming that you don't know amny one abroad who has one. The credit card becomes an ostentatious property. Summarily, thats the major reason why there are few cameroonian graduates studying in U.S State universities. - The GPA issue is another problem. While some lecturers in Cameroon Universities do their best to instil knowledge unto the studenst and test them based on what they've though, there is this tendency of "future rivalry" where by lecturers want no predecessors, so exams/tests are given to challenge the innocent students. Whats the end result, poor results, low GPAs though few tough people still flourish based on the principle of the natural law (Charles Darwin's theory of Evolution). - This blame shouldn't be that one one-sided. Its a shared issue where we also know of vey lazy studenst who think of nothing but to pass exams via fraud. In such a situation where during such exams, means is not available for examination malpractice, the results is bad results, series of Fs, low GPA. - It should also be noted here that while there is this tendency of anouncing internationalization in Western Universities, there is also this necessity of western universities to make sure nationals/naturals are given the priority in graduate programs (whetheh you agree or not). As such there are usually limited places for international students. We all know the number of international students who apply for graduates degrees in US Universities every year and the limited places available. The end result is that very few candidates will be admitted, maybe non from Cameroon based on their creteria at that time. - Another issue is late applications. Some institutions accept applicants not only on the quality of their cerfiticates but also on a first come first serve method, we know most cameroonians always apply a few days before the deadline. Application files finally get to the Universities' admissions offices after the deadlines (that is if they arrive at all) or disappear, a pheonomenom common in the Cameroon postal system (you can quote me here). this ends up in the applicant not finally being admitted. - Another issue here is also the fact that even in cameroon, there is this tendency of individuals becoming school administrators, having their own registrar's offices at home and "waxing" the academic documents (transcripts, attestations etc) to even people who have never sat for theadvanced level, not to talk of going to the university. I know of people who got first class honours in Biology but who barely complete basic degree programs in Geography in UNIYAO I. The result is a strong degree on a weak individaul and a generalisation, weaklings from cameroon universities. - I know someone would have to say here that there are scholarship programs here and there; but how many individuals can be offered there scholarships from all over the world let alone amongst the huge applicants from cameroon alone. Result; many applicants, one or two offers to cameroonians for the sake of equality with other nations. There are some graduate teaching and stippens here and there in US universities, but how much does that cover, would you be granted a visa cos of a stippen covering about 25% of your expenses??? I haven't exhausted all the points but based on this you can bear with me that financial constraints are the major limiting factor which limits the number of Cameroon graduates in US universities.
May his soul rest in peace. Well your pleasure at the risk of your ailing self took you away. Reverend, how would people in Rome, Milan, Valencia or Machester know you are existing when the african champions league where people can initiate their support for african teams is not shown on Cameroon television. The European champions league games are shown for free on cameroon TV but even division 1 games in Cameroon are never made available for people to buy the images, how do you expect people to be fans of what they don't even know or even watch them play??? I think this guys are just deviating their attention to gain some pleasure and happiness from the hell of the country we call cameroon. Unfortunately this guy was a patient. I'm sure he enjoyed it though he finally lost his life in the course.
Mr Minster, If I may ask; What do you mean by lecturers should be careful of what or say the way they write???????????
CAPTION: UB Strike Pays off. Why were the students striking?? Cos there was the addition of 26 names in a list of 127, "20 of the added names later got admission into the school of Medicine". SO what did the strike Pay off?? The likes of Titanji, Ngoh and who ever is an appointment. Whether its merited or not is determined by Mr Biya and Fame Ndongo. Don't ask me. WHAT DID THE STRKE PAY? Neither the names were taten off nor was there any explanation for theadded names.
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@@@@@ Ongola-Iwondo, YOu raised very crucial issues there. I thought this exam was a competitive entrance exam as it was called and only candidates who merit the competitiveness should be admitted and not the best french speaking or english speaking candidates or national identity. Does this national equilibrium really exist in Cameroon??? But why should a JURY be based in Yaounde, while exams are organised and based in the University of Buea. The scripts were computer marked as i hear and the result were got a few days after, why didn't the members of the so called jury take some days to Buea (service) and deliberate on all this before setting the whole country into all this mess?? The can travel abroad to do shopping inn the name of service but could not take a small responsibility to go to buea and judge examinations they claim they are jurist. Let them take the country to where they are taking it. We bare waiting for the soldiers who are now guiding UB to start attending lectures in the amphis. Isn't that intersting, an exciting opportunity for them to find themselves in an academic mellieu.
"These demonstrations – which continued at night when an assorted group of individuals armed with guns and clubs attacked a police station – ended in the death of two of the assailants and injuries sustained by the law enforcement officers". THose are the words of the prime minister. 1. But then casualities could only be two students. Which means the police station they attacked where ever had no policemen or that the group of guys who attacked the police station did so but then could not shoot the always drun Cameroon police but pointed their guns to their strike mates..... How do we justify and reconcile this statement. Who killed who? Police/forces or Law and order as they may be called sent to maintained order by killing?? 2. The strike by students of the university of buea all started on Monday Nov. 27th, the story was broken by both local and international media (Reuters) but the only nationa state run daily Cameroon tribune only mentioned of any strike action in Buea/Cameroon five days after. What have they been doing?? A media that is ever happy to announce death and lies/communiques. 3. Everything has been directed to the minister of higher education and his associates. The same people who brought the standoff and scandal; where are we heading. People may not like or believe this: I was in Cameroon less than a month ago and seeming the country is in a verge to cratch. There is tension and stress everywhere. Just a week ago, the Prime minister sent raduates to the farms, 4 days alter he assigned his forces to kill students who were decrying examination fraud, after another four days he makes another flaw......the arm students ( as he said a group of armed people; students who were striking have all of a sudden become a group of people armed with guns and whatever. Where are we heading??? Chasing Ernest Ouandie?? Its really pathetic to see the prime minister without any message of condolences to parents of the berieved family openly sign a long sentence in the name of a communique asking for calmness; 3.5 days after everythuing started. Where was he to call for calm? When students were killed in the last strike it was alledged it was the then Governor, this time around the governor daid nothing, Njeuma is not there, Agbor Tabi started it all. This is what happned!!!! When the students started protesting cos some names have been added to a lsit of successful candidates, This is what Prof. Peter Agbor Tabi had to say "If you are protesting cos the number in the lsit has been increased to 156, then if we want we can as well increase it to 1000. That was the most remote cause of the explosion. He then called on their killer forces who have never been ableto stop armed robbery but can shoot and kill protesting students to come and continue their killer. A similar thing he did when he was chancellor of University of Yaounde I in the early 90s with his comrades, Owona and Kontchou. Am sure Mr Inoni, you will have to go and attend those lectures in Buea. I don't know who you are fooling? Mr BUsh??/
"These demonstrations – which continued at night when an assorted group of individuals armed with guns and clubs attacked a police station – ended in the death of two of the assailants and injuries sustained by the law enforcement officers". THose are the words of the prime minister. 1. But then casualities could only be two students. Which means the police station they attacked where ever had no policemen or that the group of guys who attacked the police station did so but then could not shoot the always drun Cameroon police but pointed their guns to their strike mates..... How do we justify and reconcile this statement. Who killed who? Police/forces or Law and order as they may be called sent to maintained order by killing?? 2. The strike by students of the university of buea all started on Monday Nov. 27th, the story was broken by both local and international media (Reuters) but the only nationa state run daily Cameroon tribune only mentioned of any strike action in Buea/Cameroon five days after. What have they been doing?? A media that is ever happy to announce death and lies/communiques. 3. Everything has been directed to the minister of higher education and his associates. The same people who brought the standoff and scandal; where are we heading. People may not like or believe this: I was in Cameroon less than a month ago and seeming the country is in a verge to cratch. There is tension and stress everywhere. Just a week ago, the Prime minister sent raduates to the farms, 4 days alter he assigned his forces to kill students who were decrying examination fraud, after another four days he makes another flaw......the arm students ( as he said a group of armed people; students who were striking have all of a sudden become a group of people armed with guns and whatever. Where are we heading??? Chasing Ernest Ouandie?? Its really pathetic to see the prime minister without any message of condolences to parents of the berieved family openly sign a long sentence in the name of a communique asking for calmness; 3.5 days after everythuing started. Where was he to call for calm? When students were killed in the last strike it was alledged it was the then Governor, this time around the governor daid nothing, Njeuma is not there, Agbor Tabi started it all. This is what happned!!!! When the students started protesting cos some names have been added to a lsit of successful candidates, This is what Prof. Peter Agbor Tabi had to say "If you are protesting cos the number in the lsit has been increased to 156, then if we want we can as well increase it to 1000. That was the most remote cause of the explosion. He then called on their killer forces who have never been ableto stop armed robbery but can shoot and kill protesting students to come and continue their killer. A similar thing he did when he was chancellor of University of Yaounde I in the early 90s with his comrades, Owona and Kontchou. Am sure Mr Inoni, you will have to go and attend those lectures in Buea. I don't know who you are fooling? Mr BUsh??/
What a hell is this. Students strike and students are being killed in the own campus. soldiers who never visited the four walls of s high school sent to calm an academic and psychological situation. Yes, the students are wrong to have destroyed things (call them cars or whatever). But in that same Cameroon, we know people who have stolen money worth millions of times what has been destroyed. And they are there comfortably ministering the Cameroon people. Cases of Abah Abah who even won a court case aganst a journalist who alledgedly accuse him of fraud and corruption which we all know he is.... May the souls of these lads rest in peace. Never say never and thus never give up. Thats what is said in the practice of medicine. Will be back
Thanks got it. RGDS
Its ok Rexon. Thanks for that explanation. Nche Francis Mfone, you are excused. Its ok. As I said, I still have part III of my personal experiences coming. Just gathering momentum. I will be right back hey Rexon, something alittle more pesonal. Can I have you e-mail contacts?? Maybe be send them to tagbor2003@yahoo.com.
Mr Nche Francis Mfone, Not an offence to ask someone's identity but I want to trhink that in Cameroon and elsewhere, people can have the same name. It absolutely makes no sense you joining the forum for the first time and disociating yourself from Nche Francis who has been contributing here for ages as though Mr Francis has said he was you. And also whether you are CEO of whatever company, keep that to yourself. You didn't pay any advert bills to tha post to advertise your video club or whatever publicity. That's a criminal offence. Nothing personal. You however made nice contributions and are you telling us the remote cause of the strike was the declaration by the so called Pro-Chancellor that the striking studenst would be dismissed?? Those are the same statements he made during the first ever strike in UB when the likes of Akwanga Ebenezer, Dopgima Valentine were there. he declared, if the strike doesn't stop, he will close the University, as though the decision to create it came from him. Until today This guys are wanted by the Cameroon government. And here today he wants to dismiss young striking students for crying aloud. We know he signed for the faculty to start operating despite pressure from elsewhere but I don't want to think he signed for the faculty to recruit students via telephone calls and faxing of names. We have gone through all the hell in this faculty. The stories are horrible to hear and if i want to start writing I may only finish tomorrow. I personally graduated from this faculty as a first batch graduate and this none of you must have known or heard. When we were in our final year and we had clinical attachment in some hospitals in yaounde, some made this statement: "Le Buea a creer l'universite mais il demande ma formation a Yaounde". What ever that means cos he was heading the laboratory Unit we were working under. Another one who heads a service at the ministry of health wanted to make a negotiation with the University of Buea that the programs ( Nursing and Med Lab Sc) run for three years, the students be awarded with a diploma and then be recruited into the public service. When such efforts were refused by the authorities of UB at theat time, when we graduated, we join our fellow brothers on the streets of Cameroon despite entering this faculty through a competitive Entrance exams like the one that just took place with teh signatories from Yaounde. She even decalred thus "le Buea ne peut pas forme le biologiste". Maybe only over her dead body. Whether the list change when it was submitted to Yaounde is what i don't know as the written and oral part of the exams took place immediately after the other so there was no such thing as publishing names of those who passed the written part and then an oral but all the marks compilled and the successful candidates declared. The lsit was always signed by the mininster of higher education and always published on the website of the ministry at www.minesup.gov.cm. Again, no purely french speaking student was in my class though in subsequent years a good number joined the two programs. All efforts by the University of Buea and faculty of Health science to cajole the minsitry of Public health to use some of his staff ended prematurely as the ministry of health declared, it's not the ministry that created the faculty. Some physicians who tried to teach in this faculty while on service in Buea were transfered to far away destinations. I know of one who even resigned and join UB to the detriment of his job at the ministry of health in Buea. That is a tip. I said I will be back, Part of this is also available and I will still be back. What does this imply?? That yaounde should monopolise every litlle good thing or say productive, or better still anything useful should only be done or come from East of the Moungo.
Mr Nche Francis Mfone, Not an offence to ask someone's identity but I want to trhink that in Cameroon and elsewhere, people can have the same name. It absolutely makes no sense you joining the forum for the first time and disociating yourself from Nche Francis who has been contributing here for ages as though Mr Francis has said he was you. And also whether you are CEO of whatever company, keep that to yourself. You didn't pay any advert bills to tha post to advertise your video club or whatever publicity. That's a criminal offence. Nothing personal. You however made nice contributions and are you telling us the remote cause of the strike was the declaration by the so called Pro-Chancellor that the striking studenst would be dismissed?? Those are the same statements he made during the first ever strike in UB when the likes of Akwanga Ebenezer, Dopgima Valentine were there. he declared, if the strike doesn't stop, he will close the University, as though the decision to create it came from him. Until today This guys are wanted by the Cameroon government. And here today he wants to dismiss young striking students for crying aloud. We know he signed for the faculty to start operating despite pressure from elsewhere but I don't want to think he signed for the faculty to recruit students via telephone calls and faxing of names. We have gone through all the hell in this faculty. The stories are horrible to hear and if i want to start writing I may only finish tomorrow. I personally graduated from this faculty as a first batch graduate and this none of you must have known or heard. When we were in our final year and we had clinical attachment in some hospitals in yaounde, some made this statement: "Le Buea a creer l'universite mais il demande ma formation a Yaounde". What ever that means cos he was heading the laboratory Unit we were working under. Another one who heads a service at the ministry of health wanted to make a negotiation with the University of Buea that the programs ( Nursing and Med Lab Sc) run for three years, the students be awarded with a diploma and then be recruited into the public service. When such efforts were refused by the authorities of UB at theat time, when we graduated, we join our fellow brothers on the streets of Cameroon despite entering this faculty through a competitive Entrance exams like the one that just took place with teh signatories from Yaounde. She even decalred thus "le Buea ne peut pas forme le biologiste". Maybe only over her dead body. Whether the list change when it was submitted to Yaounde is what i don't know as the written and oral part of the exams took place immediately after the other so there was no such thing as publishing names of those who passed the written part and then an oral but all the marks compilled and the successful candidates declared. The lsit was always signed by the mininster of higher education and always published on the website of the ministry at www.minesup.gov.cm. Again, no purely french speaking student was in my class though in subsequent years a good number joined the two programs. All efforts by the University of Buea and faculty of Health science to cajole the minsitry of Public health to use some of his staff ended prematurely as the ministry of health declared, it's not the ministry that created the faculty. Some physicians who tried to teach in this faculty while on service in Buea were transfered to far away destinations. I know of one who even resigned and join UB to the detriment of his job at the ministry of health in Buea. That is a tip. I said I will be back, Part of this is also available and I will still be back. What does this imply?? That yaounde should monopolise every litlle good thing or say productive, or better still anything useful should only be done or come from East of the Moungo.
Late Dr Endeley, you had your ups and downs. But thats just human nature. As Rexon said, some of us have been critics of some of your decisions but your being was very crucial in UB. May your soul rest in peace and let you family and entire UB family accept my heart felt condolences.
Hey Akoson, STOP!!! STOP IT. What are the rights of the students??? To hit the guy on suit on the head??? The best thing is not to hit the guy on his head brother. Its going to be an extreme wrong. You see the guy on suit?? he is Prof Lambi. A peace loving man who has been pushed by the adiabatics and pressure from Yaounde to derail. Anyway, he claims, he didn't sign the list. So everywhere is anarchy and entropy. They don see waiti??? Everything in Cameroon is personal interest.
Hey Akoson, STOP!!! STOP IT. What are the rights of the students??? To hit the guy on suit on the head??? Its going to be an extreme wrong. You see the guy on suit?? he is Prof Lambi. A piece loving man who has been pushed by the adiabatics and pressure from Yaounde to derail. Anyway, he claims, he didn't sin the list. So everywhere is anarchy and entropy. They don see waiti??? Everything in Cameroon is personal interest.
Disheartining is the word. 1) I think Prof. Lambi has a point there; that UB organises the exams but monitored and results signed and published by the Ministry of Higher Educatioon.Thats ok. What I know is that UB precisely the organising Faculty (here, Faculty of health Sciences) submits the list of successful candidates to the minsitry for signatory after marking the exams. As such what Prof Lambi should tell us is whether nothing has been changed in the list of successful candidates they sent to Yaounde for signatory. Tell us now and stop Flip-floping. 2) It is the first time Ub is organising exams into the medical school but its is not the first time UB (precisely Faculty of health Sciences)is organisng an entrance exam into this faculty. before the creation of the Department of Medicine, two Departments have existed in this faculty since 1997 following the creation of this Faculty in 1996. Admission into these departments has been via a competitive entrance exam like this one. Apart from the Dep't of medicine, this faculty has been organising examinations for atleast six years and no such extreme corruption scandal. I am waiting for your responses sir. I will be back for part II as I know the full croqs of this faculty.
Fellow commentators, Its now absolutely out of topic. If people have finished commenting on the UB fraud, forgery and marks scandal then it would be polite to keep our pcs/keyboard shut. I did said in one of my earlier commentaries that politics in Cameroon and by Camerooninans is all personal interest. Whetehr its SDF, CPDM, SCNC is politics for personal interest. Instead of people standing together and fighting, they want to divide. Mr Biya is a bad ruler in Cameroon. So if he were Southern Cameroon he would still be bad. IN the Cameroon government both those from Southern Cameroon and the then Eastern Cameroon are all corrupt. Whoever is appointed or norminated will be corrupt. I will still swear that none of the fellow commentators claiming to be either of the three is any of them but personal interest. I am none of those. So Tayong you siad it all. No one is standing in another person's way (SCNC or SDF) and both don't have a common sponsor if one exist.
Good. Well commented Bthegirl. But I'm sure Saul (Paul), had to confess, repent and ask for forgiveness. Which of those has Ngoh done. How then can he become Saint Paul suddenly. I do respect your opinion of forgiveness but obly when it's asked.
Fritzane kiki. Good last sentence there "Education is the best gift a parent can offer their child,so when a child resorts to fraud and impersonation then we tend to vex why some people say patience,endurance and hard work are the keys to success". But thats what fraudulent Camerooninans want to kill. Its better to steal money than trying to steal academics.
Watiseh, Thanks alot for your comments and your explanation on how you decided to react and break and forum querry with Rexon. You have your point and I have read your argument. You have a reason to call people to order but from Newton's 3rd law of motion "Action and Reaction are equal and opposite"; I just thought it wouldn't have been such a robust reaction from you. You could be a gentle man. Well you decide what you want. I for one doesn't comment on political issues; be it CPDM, SDF, La republique or call it SCNC or whatever cos the whole political platform in Cameroon and Cameroonians elsewhere is a total mess. Its politics for survival so lets not be fooling ourselves here that we are CPDM, SDF or SCNC. None of us is that. I am none of those either. I only purely comment on issues mostly concerning the UB and its academic fraud as a true alma ata. Watiseh, I posted the comment on Ngoh hating Fonyam which you do know and likes the likes of Wang Metuge. That I agree with you is a deviation from the fraud/forgery case posted on the headlines on the marks scam. I have never said I hold a Phd. No one in this forum has ever said I have one. Its however, in the making and within the next few months I will have this three letters infront of my name. Not a fraudulent one per se. I do have a different academic title infornt of my name but thats personal. I wouldn't want to talk about myself as its not necessary. I'm sure you said this cos you thought it was Rexon or Tayong who made that statement. Back to the UB marks/course scandal its a good fight that Ngoh is fighting............ How are we sure a case like that even exist in a corrupt country like Cameroon where everything is possible. How are we sure they are not just acting a movie.....All of us are from cameroon and know exactly what peiople can do. The police commissioner and Ngoh made be acted to insight public attention as I don't even see the case in the story. What actually happened. The picture posted dates back to 2004. Stories like this a typical in Cameroon. We all know such acting is possible in Cameroon as such whether Ngoh is actually fighting fraud or not, we can't say. As a thief is always and remains one. We know people in Cameroon when promoted to higher positions, use this as power bestowed unto them to fight their enemies. Typical cases can be cited, even in UB I can name them. McMoli and Njeuma, EgbeWatt and Njeuma, Fonyam and njeuma, Asongwed and Njeuma/Endeley in Ub and Abate Abate Lazare and Kongo Edima elsewhere. So if people write about Ngoh's frauds, it implies he has to make us know that he's no longer that type. But " Na which Ngoh sef". Its like an adulterer coming to preach to you he/she caught some one trying to snatch his wife/her husband. There are many people out there with fraudulent certificates which we know, they should be chased rather than concentrating on issues with no head like students in UB who got in with fraudulent GCE A'levels have been advised to withdraw and their registartaion fees will be refunded. Is that fighting fraud/forgery or promoting it. Lets try to objective at times. Everything has been about him cos he's the registrar who is suppose to take care of that but yet he's not an exception. Watiseh, I'm sure if you read this you will certinaly understand my argument.
The forum/comments on issues raised in posted articles now seem to have been overflooded by emotions and personal issues and attacks. It would have been more reasonable we comment on the topic itself. We all know that academic issues especially issues of corruption involving UB have always been very sensitive. People shouldn't take them personal of talk on peoples private lives. Ricardo and Watesih, you started it all. I think your description of Rexon is not the best. Some one is wandering would not have time to sit down and make useful contributions in this forum. I do understand all commenting/reading other comments are there to learn from others. No one is very perfect. It would be morally cooect if we build on commenting on raised issues rather than being excited with the computer keyboard to write what ever we think and talk about people we don't even know their CVs. Who amongst all of us here doesn't agree Cameroon is corrupt and that all administrators in Cameroon are corrupt and that Ngoh is a member of the same corrupt administration. In Cameroon, the more you are corrupt, the more you are promoted, Ngoh was probably being promoted from the Dean to the Registrar because of this. Mimi in her last commentary wrote how easy it is for Ngoh to make enemies, usually his rivals which range form social to academic life. Ngoh we all know was trained in Yaounde, the most corrupt city in Cameroon and that he spent more years in yaounde university both as a student and lectuere than he has spent so far in Yaounde. He has sexually assaulted many female students for marks (if you want I can cite five names while i was in UB), failed male students in courses he though cos they had a common interest in a "skirt", fell out with colleagues as a result of common interest etc all involving non academic life. Here he stands today with a red eyed police officer who we all know in Cameroon to be amongst the most corrupt (if not the most corrupt) in the world talking about fraudulent changing courses or what ever. How are we going to believe that Ngoh has changed.If ever he changes then it would be a change to the worst. We know how he hates people like Fonyam and Tita. Prefers the likes of Wang Metuge's who will always say " Yes sir". Muki StoneHall, you also have a point there as to when the photograph was taken. I just want to think its the settings in the camera.
The forum/comments on issues raised in posted articles now seem to have been overflooded by emotions and personal issues and attacks. It would have been more reasonable we comment on the topic itself. We all know that academic issues especially issues of corruption involving UB have always been very sensitive. People shouldn't take them personal of talk on peoples private lives. Ricardo and Watesih, you started it all. I think your description of Rexon is not the best. Some one is wandering would not have time to sit down and make useful contributions in this forum. I do understand all commenting/reading other comments are there to learn from others. No one is very perfect. It would be morally cooect if we build on commenting on raised issues rather than being excited with the computer keyboard to write what ever we think and talk about people we don't even know their CVs. Who amongst all of us here doesn't agree Cameroon is corrupt and that all administrators in Cameroon are corrupt and that Ngoh is a member of the same corrupt administration. In Cameroon, the more you are corrupt, the more you are promoted, Ngoh was probably being promoted from the Dean to the Registrar because of this. Mimi in her last commentary wrote how easy it is for Ngoh to make enemies, usually his rivals which range form social to academic life. Ngoh we all know was trained in Yaounde, the most corrupt city in Cameroon and that he spent more years in yaounde university both as a student and lectuere than he has spent so far in Yaounde. He has sexually assaulted many female students for marks (if you want I can cite five names while i was in UB), failed male students in courses he though cos they had a common interest in a "skirt", fell out with colleagues as a result of common interest etc all involving non academic life. Here he stands today with a red eyed police officer who we all know in Cameroon to be amongst the most corrupt (if not the most corrupt) in the world talking about fraudulent changing courses or what ever. How are we going to believe that Ngoh has changed.If ever he changes then it would be a change to the worst. We know how he hates people like Fonyam and Tita. Prefers the likes of Wang Metuge's who will always say " Yes sir". Muki StoneHall, you also have a point there as to when the photograph was taken. I just want to think its the settings in the camera.
Tayong thanks for that last sentece of yours. People shouldn't exceed their ("our")limits. I do know personally Rexon even before we met in this forum as a hard working gentle man in his days in UB and even now (from his deeds back home) as we haven't met for quite sometime. However, some of Rexon's comments are abit to strong and explosive. At times not along the line ( nothing personal.)The UB/Ngoh issue here is a case. Wile he gave useful analysis some were overflooded by emotions.