Joyce Ashuntantang

  • Joyce Ashuntantang

    Batuo's World Captures my world (including the unseen corners) in whatever way suits my imagination!

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March 07, 2010


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Che Sunday

And so shall it be with Cameroon forever. A nation governed by mediocrity and protected by the less or ill informed. When Ahidjo ran the zoo, his modus operandi was call every idiot with a job "chief of service". That was a status symbol we all sought. Why won't Besong's mates not want him out of the way? Remember Dorothy Njuema? She warned striking university lecturers who have not attained tenure to better return to class because they had nothing to protect them and could all find themselves jobless. She kissed Ahidjo's ass by publicly declaring that Anglophone students systematically did poorly at the university of Yaounde because they were poor in the sciences. That kept her as vice minister of education. She lasted through Ahidjo in some category or another, and will outlast Biya. The more asses you kiss and play the fool with distinction, the longer you hang around.
Academics in the midst a depraved society such as ours is a marriage that can only survive with the use of coercion. The masters of this technique, have chosen as tool of delivery, deprivation. Its very effective folks. See how easily our best minds sing the praises of our, oh! Well, you know the rest.

if BB or Ambe dies, many living things shall follow!That will be an irreparable spurt of negligence- the kind which only our nation fails to give to matyrs of our history.

Neba Fuh

Doctor, THANK YOU for sharing this video.


Where do great minds go when they die? Thanks for sharing this, Doc. WE WILL NOT LET HIM DIE!!!

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