Cameroon - Anglophone Crisis: Garga Haman Adji Arrives Bamenda

Par Wilson MUSA | Cameroon-Info.Net
DOUALA - 10-Jan-2017   51069 20
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Citoyen Lamda   02017-01-14 12:28
#1
Garga n'est pas la bonne personne à envoyer à Bamenda pour ce genre de problème. Ce sont des technocrates comme lui qui, par leurs actes, ont par dose homéopathique contribué à envenimer la situation. Je me rappelle qu'il semblait négliger le travail et le rôle des traducteurs dans un pays officiellement bilingue. Il s'opposait même à leur recrutement dans la fonction publique. Du coup, il donne l'impression d'être l'homme de la situation, pourtant, pourtant!!! Leurs bandes d'administrateurs civils, qu'il semblait plus respecter ont tue le pays avec la corruption généralisée, etc. L'un des problèmes évoqués concerne la traduction d'un acte fondamental et je crois que le ministre de la fonction publique peut maintenant voir à quoi sert un traducteur dans un pays officiellement bilingue.
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Nyambarindon   32017-01-11 11:50
#2
Quote:
1. The Southern Cameroons provides 68% of the GDP of The Cameroons.
2. The Southern Cameroons provides 52% of the food consumed in The Cameroons.

Unquote:
After reading these type of statements,from a certain 'anglo fou',we the 'ignorantums' just have 2 things to do:cough a big cough and stay quiet...
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Nyambarindon   22017-01-11 11:45
#3
"..after the PM and his Director of Cabinet failed to solve the crisis rocking.. "

2 natives from bamenda who have already been sent away by their brothers,
What will happen with this other man coming right away from the north?

well,let's W8 & C..
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Yoyo5   112017-01-11 07:19
#4
All the youngsters have to be released for the negotiations to start.
The police and gendarme have to be punished publicly for any debate to have a sense.
This government slept on issues for years and they are looking for solution at any cost and any means.
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Moussoungedi   82017-01-11 07:15
#5
Monsieur Garga Haman Adji s'est reconverti de chasseur des baleines à chasseur des ceux qui veulent quitter le Président Paul Biya et lui. Qui vivra vera!
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John Doe Walker   202017-01-10 23:13
#6
It is inconceivable that in 2017, a government with a Rapid Intervention Force will feel threatened by marching students that for committing what in English Law is a misdemeanor, their families are wailing that they may have been killed.

Why transfer students from Limbe for images on cell phones, student from Buea and Bamenda for demonstrating from their province of origin to Yaounde?
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BAMS   302017-01-10 22:19
#7
Le Cameroun c'est ses régions et rien d'autre, il faut des gouverneurs et conseillers dans toutes les régions pour s'occuper au quotidien des vrais problèmes locaux des camerounais, c'est ainsi que le Cameroun se développera réellement
Faut remettre le pouvoir au peuple car la Cameroun c'est pas biya mais les camerounais qui souffrent dans toutes les régions du trigone national, ceci n'est pas négociable
Un point c'est tout
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BAMS11    312017-01-10 22:09
#8
Le fédéralisme ou la vraie décentralisation avec gouverneurs et conseillers dans toutes les régions du Cameroun
C'est la seule sortie et elle n'est pas négociable
Y en a marre de la dictature et des pilleurs, jouisseurs et voleurs de Yaoundé
Faut remettre le pouvoir au peuple
Un point c'est tout
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Mengap   162017-01-10 21:21
#9
May be he brings with him some foods as usual from "la présidence de la republique", instead of bringing some good idea to resolve the crisis (LOL)!
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L,enemi Dans La Maison   162017-01-10 20:53
#10
i don,t think this matter is at the level of Garga Haman, more to that , look at where he claims the information was given to him.. how serious is he or Biya himself
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Anglofou Is Back21    162017-01-10 20:45
#11
@Man Tara,

Mon Village (le village de mon pere) est en pays Bassa. Okay.

Donc arrete ton charabia la mon cher Froggie.

Addresse le probleme qui est pose.

Si le Southern Cameroons donne 68% du PID porquoi ont il en retour moins de 3% en investissement.

On contruire les route pour aller au Gabon, au Tchad et La Republique Centrafricaine et on ne peut meme pas construire le Ring-Road de Bamenda ou la route Kumba-Mamfe ou la route Mamfe-Bamenda?

Ndian, la region qui nous done le petrole, n'a meme par 1 (un) kilometer de route goudronne. Tu trouve ca normal frangin?

Limbe est un port naturel (deep sea port) mais on doit investir des milliards de dollars a Kribi,

What am I seeing that you are not seeing Froggie malhonnette?

Always remember this:
WHEN INJUSTICE BECOMES LAW, RESISTANCE BECOMES A DUTY.

The Southern Cameroons (Ambazonia) shall be FREE.

A+

Anglofou Atypique (Anatyp)
THE SOUTHERN CAMEROONS (AMBAZONIA) SHALL BE LIBERATED BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY
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Man Tara34    162017-01-10 20:02
#12
@Tous
Anglofou est le biafrais typique.
Vraiment je l'emmerde. Personnellement.

Les biafrais nous disaient a l'epoque d'Odjoukou, qu'ils etaient les "juifs africains" que sans eux l'afrique ne peut rien., Et c'est la meme idiotie que chante se auto proclame fou..
Les africains sont seulement pas logiques.
En admettant meme que ce qu'il dit est vrai, pourquoi ce serait un probleme.
La vallee centrale de californie produit 25% de la nourriture coomee aux USA. Les californiens pensent que c'est un "asset"
Mais l'africain, egoiste et veule, pensera toujours a tirer la couverure de son cote.
La Rhur en Allemagne a ete la region la plus riche d'allemagne, ils n'ont jamais fait la secession.
Mais en Afrique si on decouvre du diamant derriere ta maison, tu commence a faire du chatage a tout le mond.

@Anglofou,
On se fiche si ton village produit tout 120% du GDP du Cameroun, on gardera. Toi et tes fous pouvez aller au Biafra et creer votre southern whatever over there.
Le Cameroun restera le Cameroun, avec les frntieres comme elles sont maintenat'
Eat your heart out mothafoka
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Anglofou Is Back15    102017-01-10 19:16
#13
WHY IS LA REPUBLIQUE DU CAMEROUN HOLDING ON TO THE SOUTHERN CAMEROONS WITH SUCH TENACITY???

The answer is simple.

They are not doing it because as they pretend Southern Cameroonians are their long-lost brothers.

They are doing it because:

1. The Southern Cameroons provides 68% of the GDP of The Cameroons.

2. The Southern Cameroons provides 52% of the food consumed in The Cameroons.

When The Southern Cameroons leaves the union, La Republique Francaise du Cameroun will be as impoverished as Tchad or La Republique Centrafricaine.

My dear dishonest Froggies always remember this:
WHEN INJUSTICE BECOMES LAW, RESISTANCE BECOMES A DUTY.

The Southern Cameroons (Ambazonia) shall be FREE.

A+

Anglofou Atypique (Anatyp)
THE SOUTHERN CAMEROONS (AMBAZONIA) SHALL BE LIBERATED BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY
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Un_camer12    312017-01-10 18:57
#14
Mes chers freres ANGLOS

NOW OR NEVER

Chassez nous tous ces bons a rien francos qui ne connaissent meme pas l histoire de leur pays. Ils ont surement des sacs d argent pour faire ce qu ils savent faire le mieux: ACHETER LES CONSCIENCES.
Argent provenant de nos impots bien sur.

"when injustice becomes law resistance becomes duty"

JE SUIS ANGLO
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Gamob20    342017-01-10 18:55
#15
In 1984 Paul Biya took upon himself to personally see into the construction of the Ring Road. It has been 33 years since this promise was made. We are waiting and paying our taxes. When will the Banso, Nkambe or Wum man ever see tarred roads? 200 years from today , maybe. Yet we wait and we pay our taxes. But curiously, all roads leading to Gabon, Central African Republic and Congo are being tarred: roads to nowhere. Super highways and rail roads are being constructed. Ports and dams are almost being completed. Construction of Victoria deep sea port has been shelved, because, in the words of Professor Owona, it is too close to Nigeria. The northwest province remains landlocked. Ndian, the goose that lays the golden eggs is landlocked. The Mamfe-Bamenda road(tarred by the African Development Bank and not the Cameroon government) has been rendered impassable because of numerous check points erected by the government to permit the police and gendarmes to harass potential traders. And we are told there is no Anglophone problem because Biya chose to celebrate 50 years of Independence anniversary in Buea and Bamenda: that celebration was our own development. And we are told to just shut our mouths up!! Jesus wept!!!
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Stoph17    262017-01-10 18:32
#16
Is this out of love?
Imagine, two colonial languages. Many hypocrites say why fight over foreign languages but fail to say why they are comfortable with one dominating over the other. As far as french is the official language, all is fine. When anglofous complain, we quickly see people fighting over foreign languages Garga, this problem is too big for you. Through the strikes, we now want to sit down and revisit Foumban. Anyone who is not comfortable with that position is indirectly reccommending us Separation. We have been used enough.
Who says a federation is not one country?
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Ndokoti11    342017-01-10 18:27
#17
Vous ne comprenez pas les gens. TOUS LES CAMEROUNAIS SONT FATIGUES DE Biya et de sa clique.... Meme les bulus, betis, etc...eloignes de ce cercle de Biya EN ONT Marre.
Le pays doit etre federe ou chaque region gere son budget et elit son gouvernement... Meme Ahidjo ne pourra pas arranger le probleme dit anglophone. C'est finit
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Maguida10    182017-01-10 18:22
#18
Garga a Bamernda.
Il avait recu son ordre de mission verbalement de Biya qui tenait une boputeille de biere d une main et un telephone (selfie) de l autre alors que lady ponce passait en fond sonore
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Anglofou Is Back24    112017-01-10 18:17
#19
WHY IS LA REPUBLIQUE DU CAMEROUN HOLDING ON TO THE SOUTHERN CAMEROONS WITH SUCH TENACITY???

The answer is simple.

They are not doing it because as they pretend Southern Cameroonians are their long-lost brothers.

They are doing it because:

1. The Southern Cameroons provides 68% of the GDP of The Cameroons.

2. The Southern Cameroons provides 52% of the food consumed in The Cameroons.

When The Southern Cameroons leaves the union, La Republique Francaise du Cameroun will be as impoverished as Tchad or La Republique Centrafricaine.

My dear dishonest Froggies always remember this:
WHEN INJUSTICE BECOMES LAW, RESISTANCE BECOMES A DUTY.

The Southern Cameroons (Ambazonia) shall be FREE.

A+

Anglofou Atypique (Anatyp)
THE SOUTHERN CAMEROONS (AMBAZONIA) SHALL BE LIBERATED BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY
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Moh Manyu   92017-01-10 17:41
#20
Look down to people heads to no where!Things are taking the desired direction
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Garga Haman Adji Archives
The special envoy of President Paul Biya, Garga Haman Adji, designated to break the deadlock in the ongoing crisis rocking the two English speaking regions has arrived Bamenda this Tuesday January 10, 2017.

Mr Garaga Haman met with members of the Consortium in a briefing before heading to the governor’s office where he met with Adolphe LELE L’AFRIQUE. Even though nothing filtered out of the two briefings, Mr Garga Haman sounded positive to Journalists all will be well.

The visit of the former government minister comes after the PM and his Director of Cabinet failed to solve the crisis rocking the two English Speaking regions. His nomination as the Presidents special envoy came shortly after the head of States end of year message to the Nation on December 31, 2016.

Several meetings with Trade Unionists and ad hoc committee have ended in a deadlock; the arrival of Garga Haman is seen by many as a good sign for the course. Barrister Agbor Felix Nkongho, President of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium, CACSC, told the media that they are ready for dialogue but insisted that the remaining 20 youths be released.

It is not yet clear whether the Consortium will agree to sit on dialogue table with Garga Haman Adji. 

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