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Way to go guys. I am so moved with YOUR hardwork and dedication that I wish I could personally contact one of these cane sellers to help them out. What a way to earn a living. Mr Clovis Enow, Ezekiel Ofon, and Christopher Itoe please keep it up and you shall be rewarded someday. By the way in case you read this comment my email address is aldrinf@yahoo.com and I could be of further assistance to you. Good luck in all your endeavours. Aldrin Ngwa Wash, DC
What a sad turn of events to see this structure so dilapidated. I grew up in Buea in the 80's and early 90's before moving to the States in 1993. We all grew up knowing this hotel as a symbol of touristic pride. Families getting together for a quiet soiree dinner. This, my friends were the days. I remember my Dad taking us to the parliamentarian flat to watch WORLD CUP 1982. Speaking of parliamentarian flat I wonder what has become of that structure too. Today, all you hear of is Mbella Moki, Mokake and all these nincompoops posing as Mayors and counselors. Do these clowns truly understand and value the history and greatness of that town called BUEA. Trust me, if they did they would not and I REPEAT not let one of the touristic PILLARS and great symbol of BUEA crumble. What was it that guy use to say ....it goes 'le monde est formidable vivons seulement' Aldrin Ngwa Wash, DC
Hello Uncle Charlie, Congratulations for a JOB well done. I am very much inspired by your actions. I have been so moved by the church wedding that I feel like getting married. Again, best wishes and may the Lord grant you peace, love and happiness as you renew your marrriage vow. Aldrin Forbeteh Ngwa Washington, DC
What a eulogy there Maitre Nkongho. How can I top what you just said. I grew up in Buea in the seventies, eighties and the early ninties but must admit that Maitre Ngu was not a very close friend of mine. He was an acquaintance though and was a very fine human being who cared a lot for his friends. He excelled in his profession and was always ready to give a helping hand to his colleagues. He will be sorely missed and may his soul rest in peace perfect peace. Aldrin Ngwa Wash, DC
What a eulogy there Maitre Nkongho. How can I top what you just said. I grew up in Buea in the seventies, eighties and the early ninties but must admit that Maitre Ngu was not a very close friend of mine. He was an acquaintance though and was a very fine human being who cared a lot for his friends. He excelled in his profession and was always ready to give a helping hand to his colleagues. He will be sorely missed and may his soul rest in peace perfect peace. Aldrin Ngwa Wash, DC
Barrister Felix Nkongho, I am proud of you brother. I think we need many more organizations like CHRDA to raise awareness and create a sense of urgency regarding human rights issues in developing countries. I am all for it especially when it comes to gender rights as equals. Please, keep me posted. Aldrin Ngwa
What a loss to our community. I think of Bate Bessong as a great man who put Anglophones on the map with his literary work of art. The man was passionate, full of life but more importantly enjoyed what he was doing. Think about it very few people are like that in this modern day society. I also feel for the loss of his colleagues. This is so tragic and may the souls the departed professors and the driver rest in PEACE PERFECT PEACE. DAMNIT I will not get over this one for a while Aldrin Forbeteh Ngwa Wash, DC