Cameroun: Accident d’un bus du Bataillon d’intervention rapide (BIR) non loin de la falaise de Dschang.

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Bernardint   02017-09-14 08:14
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Ebango

Toi aussi !...

S'il avait été vert, qu'est ce qui aurait été changé ?

Project

A text in capital letters is hard to read.
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Ebango   12017-09-14 03:11
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Ces même quoi tous ces accidents bizarres. Et pourquoi un bus de couleur blanche pour le BIR, tout comme c'était le xas du bateau qui a coulé ? Le vert n'est-t'il plus la couleur des véhicules militaires au Cameroun ?
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Ykamga   12017-09-13 12:24
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FirstOctober1961
I worked in Nigeria, living in Ikoyi few months ago. I confirm that we don't need any visa to travel to Cameroon as Cameroonian citizen. i was taking Arik airplane to Douala via Ghana and Benin. As far i know the law still the same.
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Unik Patriot   42017-09-13 09:50
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FAUSSE INFORMATION SUR TOUTE LA LIGNE.

1 - Ce bus a eu une panne et non un accident.

2 - Aujourd'hui les bus partant de Douala pour BAMENDA ne passent plus par l'Ouest. Mais plutôt par le Sud Ouest (BUEA - MAMFE - EYUMEDJOCK - MBUNDJEI - BAMENDA) où la route est nettement en meilleur état (venant d'être livrée) que de passer par les nids d'éléphant de la route de l'Ouest.

C'est un BUZZ que de chercher à amener le diable où il n y a pas.
Ces gars étaient de retour d'un stage à KOUTABA (FOUMBOT)
Rien à voir avec BAMENDA.
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Maguida   192017-09-13 08:53
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Ricky
Donc ils allaient à Bamenda en visite touristique après avoir assisté à une kermesse à buea ?
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Ricky   42017-09-13 07:37
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@ Maguida

Le Bir n'est pas intervenu dans la crise. Seule la gendarmerie et la police étaient impliqués
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CAMER82   12017-09-13 06:12
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Zéro mort mince!!!
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Ricky   102017-09-13 06:10
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@ Firstaoctober1961

In another thread you too called me a liar whereas I was actually telling the truth. Anyway you are right, we should not use any offensive vocabulary toward each other. I'm therefore very sorry.

Regarding the visa issue I'm a globe trotter because of my job. Don't test me on that one. I repeat: Nigeria is a visa free country for Cameroonians. Do not deny facts,
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Maguida    142017-09-13 04:42
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Autant j'étais de tout coeur avec le bir lors du trame de debuncha, autant ici je dis tant pis pour eux , puisqu'après avoir maté des civils dans le sud-ouest ils se dirigeaient vers le nord ouest pour en faire autant
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Ivyleague   92017-09-13 02:21
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@FirstOctober1961

I will break my own rule, because I cannot remain silent on this one. That's what I've been talking all along about you. I cannot understand how someone can make up lies in plain day light just to prove his point? You cannot even read your own reference that you provided, or just that you lied so much that you cannot see the difference anymore. Yes, my brother was in Nigeria 6 weeks ago just with his Cameroon passport. I have my friend who does business between the two countries and travels there at least five times a year just with his Cameroon passport.
Now when you get corned you always come up with something irrelevant for example you said :

"Have you met any Nigerians entering Cameroon without a Cameroonian visa?"

Was that the initial question? No. It was cameroonians entering Nigeria without a visa and that was topic discussed here and not the other way around. Even that, please check the reference below

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_requirements_for_Nigerian_citizens,

yes Nigerians come to cameroon without a visa for a duration of 3 months

DO cameroonians go to Nigerian without a visa? Yes. again please check the reference below

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_requirements_for_Cameroonian_citizens

The same as above, visa free for 3 months.

If you have any decency left, I hope you will have the courage to apologize as @Le Noir showed us recently in this forum.
Also by the way I forgot, your reference is 2015 meaning 2 years old.
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Moh Manyu   82017-09-13 01:31
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Limbe-Kumba-Bachuo-Akaegbe-Bamenda is 90 percent tarred.From Limbe to Bamenda it's not a must to pass through the City of Mamfe!
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Sphere   112017-09-13 00:49
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@Firstoctober1961 soyons serieux les Camerounais entre au nigeria sans visa juste muni de leur passport en cours de validité, information d'ailleurs confirmée par le lien que tu ad fourni (onglet page 2)
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FirstOctober1961   62017-09-12 23:25
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@Ricky

"By the way, you are a liar. There is no visa between Cameroon an Nigeria....Sorry I forgot you are Ambazonian, not Cameroonian."

It is impolite and disrespectful to call somebody a liar.
How do you know I am a liar? Can you prove it?
You can't see me so how can you tell whether I have a long nose or not?

You seem to make reckless statements in complete disregard of the truth.
When did you last travel to Nigeria without a visa?
Have you met any Nigerians entering Cameroon without a Cameroonian visa?

Here is a list of countries Cameroonians can visit without a visa and Nigeria is not one of them.
http://www.africaranking.com/visa-free-countries-for-cameroonian-passport/

Check the validity and veracity of your facts before disseminating them.
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Bih   122017-09-12 23:16
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Bad roads and the consequences of bad roads experienced by all citizens is a direct reflection of the government in power.
When you Feredalize Cameroon the people of the Western province in Dschang will be incharge of the roads right there, incharge of construction and maintenance their roads, incharge of speed limits in their towns and cities, the local police will enforce road safety and above all if things are not right the people will vote a new governor to replace the one who can no deliver. What is wrong with the concept of local management and accountability?
Today nobody knows who is incharge and accountable for such bad quality of roads 60yrs after the French man left Cameroon.
How come the roads in France are better than the roads in Cameroon? Okay what about young nations like UAE or Dubai?
Yes we will continue to fight in west Cameroon to bring change to Cameroon and a government of the people accountable to the people.
Call it secessionist all you want! The tragedy we are witnessing daily is as a result of poor governance period.
Boko Haram is in the north not in Bamenda.
We wish them life and a speedy recovery so they can fight the real fight against Boko Haram.
God does not like ugly.
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Moussoungedi   102017-09-12 21:43
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Though the task seems wearing, one must do it. The education deficiency that reigns here warrants that one keeps repeating the same thing over and over until it is understood. By the way the first time I saw someone memorizing and reciting course notes was when I came to the University of Yaounde, and when I expressed my surprise, I was told "l'homme n'est rien sans son bords". The implication of this statement has now dawned on me as I have noticed the mental rigidity displayed by many here. These are human beings who nearly missed death and all we can do is display our inhumanity in the name of whatever cause we are defending .. As I watched the attitudes of Americans in the face of the calamities that have befallen these past weeks, what has marked me is that in spite of the hatred for Trump, Americans have stood together and side by side. Let us not let another person rob us of our humanity. We all use these roads and all regions of this country are represented in the armed forces, it could have been your bus, your relative could be in that bus! Be human!
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Ricky   82017-09-12 21:40
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@ Anglofou...

You can also do Limbé-Kumba-Mamfé-Bamenda
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Ricky   112017-09-12 21:27
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@ FirstOctober1961

"To travel from Mamfe to Akwaya in the same division, I have to first of all travel to Buea to get an entry visa from the Nigerian consulate."

By the way, you are a liar. There is no visa between Cameroon an Nigeria....Sorry I forgot you are Ambazonian, not Cameroonian
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Ricky10    172017-09-12 21:23
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@ FirstOctober1961

To leave Kribi to Ebolowa both in the South Region, you have to pass through Edea in the Littoral, Yaoundé in the Centre and Mbalmayo. Despite this we are not asking secession.
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Dibobe10    152017-09-12 21:11
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"To travel from Mamfe to Akwaya in the same division, I have to first of all travel to Buea to get an entry visa from the Nigerian consulate. Travel back to Mamfe, then take a vehicle to Ikom in Nigeria...." ( FirstOctober1961 )
Là je te donne 100% raison, mais seulement:
- Ce n'est pas seulement un problème anglophone. A l' Est c'est la catastrophe, au Nord aussi: On n'y retrouve que les sequelles de ce que Ahidjo avait laissé.
- Le systeme routier camerounais est une CATASTROPHE: Douala-Yaounde c'est la honte du pays. Le pont du Wouri qui porte quotidiennement plus de 50% de l'économie du pays est en lambeau.

Il ya beaucoup d'autres exemples de l'echec cuisant de Biya. Le dernier étant de l'axe Bamenda-Bafoussam qui isola pratiquement le NW.

N'oublions pas quand même que la geographie des zones peut pousser à des detours. Même en Europe pour aller de Strasbourg (France) à Nice (France) il est plus lucratif de passer par la Suisse et l' Italie
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Dibobe11    142017-09-12 21:10
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"quand on critique la politique de juissance de Biya paul, certains nous traite de secessionistes. vous quittez le sud ouest pour le nord ouest et vous etes obligé de passer par la falaise(Dschang)" (Soko)
"To leave Victoria in the Southern Cameroons to go to Bamenda in the Southern Cameroons you have to pass through La Republique." (Anglofou Is Back)

Ignorance!! Sors de ces corps!!!
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Project18    152017-09-12 21:04
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@Anglofou Is Back

YOU ARE NOT EVEN A CAMEROONIAN AND YOU ARE POSTING ON CAMEROON-INFO.NET A WEBSITE OWN BY A CAMEROONIAN FOR CAMEROONIAN NEWS. AS FAR AS I KNOW, YOU CAN STILL WAIT UNTIL YOUR LAND YOU AND YOUR BROTHERS WISH TO SEE DEFINITIVELY GOT CREATED BEFORE MAKING POST ON THOSE WEBSITE. BUT I SEE, NO ONE GOES THERE. YOU POST ON CAMEROONIAN WEBSITE BECAUSE YOU WANT CAMEROONIAN TO SEE YOUR POST, NOT YOUR PEOPLE OF THE LAND YOU WANT (SORRY, I DON'T CALL IT BECAUSE IT DOESN'T EXIST YET AND THE CLOSEST NAME I KNOW SIMILAR TO THAT IS AMAZONIA. ARE YOU A F.A.R.C, EVEN THEM THEY ARE WITH THE COLOMBIANS TODAY). WATCH OUT, CAMEROON IS ONE AND WILL REMAIN. go and eat a dick
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Bibolo1   202017-09-12 20:40
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Il ya quelque temps on voyait des personnes ( meme tres haut) sur tous les plateaux des multiples chaines de television nous expliquez que des accidents etaient plus de la faute du chauffeur et qu'il fallait s'en prendre a leurs employeurs. L'un avait meme cite des statistique qui disait quelque chose comme les accidents sont plus causes par des erreurs humaines.
Dans le cas present qu'est ce qui se passe? le chauffeur avait-il bu, pas assez dormi, en exces de vitesse.... comme nous l'a dit notre communicateur national?
est ce special ou pareil a tout ce qui se passe depuis plus d'un mois sur nos routes?
Pardon eclairez moi aussi.
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Dibobe16    92017-09-12 20:31
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"quand on critique la politique de juissance de Biya paul, certains nous traite de secessionistes. vous quittez le sud ouest pour le nord ouest et vous etes obligé de passer par la falaise(Dschang)" (Soko)
"To leave Victoria in the Southern Cameroons to go to Bamenda in the Southern Cameroons you have to pass through La Republique." (Anglofou Is Back)

Ignorance!! Sors de ces corps!!!
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Evolution    172017-09-12 20:28
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These killers were going to kill and on their way they were attacked to the point were the lorry loose control and crashed into a valley. Now i was expecting them to retaliate in legitimate defence by spraying their bullets on that road, but just look how helpless they are dumbfounded. God will do the rest.
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FirstOctober196112    232017-09-12 20:07
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@Anglofou Is Back

"To leave Victoria in the Southern Cameroons to go to Bamenda in the Southern Cameroons you have to pass through La Republique. Am I the only one seeing something wrong with this picture? "

You are not alone, for it is a familiar picture imposed on Southern Cameroons by the malevolent colonial masters from La Republique Francaise du Cameroun.

To travel from Mamfe to Akwaya in the same division, I have to first of all travel to Buea to get an entry visa from the Nigerian consulate. Travel back to Mamfe, then take a vehicle to Ikom in Nigeria. Then take another vehicle to the Nigeria Akwaya border. Finally go on foot from the Nigerian border to Akwaya. To make things worse, the CFA franc is not even legal tender in Akwaya. You need the Nigerian Niara to be able to do business in Akwaya.
How long are we going to be subjected to these indignities in out own country?
NFL = No Fun League a.k.a Not For Long.

The sooner we evict the colonial administration of La Republique from Southern Cameroons, the better for us.
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Evolution   182017-09-12 19:32
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It is a struggle odained from above. The even will keep unfolding in the days to come.
Amen
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Anglofou Is Back16    202017-09-12 19:29
#27
Hahahaha.... Mes Chers Froggies Laches et Malhonnettes,

Wuna dong see weti.

Mes chers petits rats palmistes, le musong de Bamenda la est fort.

To leave Victoria in the Southern Cameroons to go to Bamenda in the Southern Cameroons you have to pass through La Republique. Am I the only one seeing something wrong with this picture?

Always Remember This:
WHEN INJUSTICE BECOMES THE LAW, RESISTANCE BECOMES A DUTY.

The Southern Cameroons (Ambazonia) shall be FREE,

A+

Anatype (Anglofou Atypique)
THE SOUTHERN CAMEROONS SHALL BE INDEPENDENT BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY.
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Lapiro De Mbarga11    332017-09-12 19:22
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Hum Dieu agit molo molo pour bamenda ..
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KOYE   322017-09-12 18:58
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Zéro mort ? Comme Kontchou ? AKK, sors de cet article. LOL !
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Adama 21    342017-09-12 18:56
#30
Ils se rendaient à Bamenda pour opprimer les frères Anglophones. C'est bien fait pour vous.
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Soko   422017-09-12 18:53
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quand on critique la politique de juissance de Biya paul, certains nous traite de secessionistes. vous quittez le sud ouest pour le nord ouest et vous etes obligé de passer par la falaise(Dschang) ! ils ont en plus oublié que sur la falaise on roule parfois à 10kmH pas parce quon veux mais par ce que la route l oblige
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Accident BIR BIR
Le gros porteur d’une cinquantaine de places n’avait que les militaires du Bataillon d’intervention rapide (BIR) à bord.

Un bus d’une cinquantaine de places avec à bord des militaires du BIR, parti dans la matinée de ce mardi 12 septembre 2017 de Limbe dans la Région du Sud-Ouest à destination de Bamenda dans la Région du Nord-Ouest, n’est pas arrivé à destination.

 Selon des sources crédibles, le bus a brusquement quitté la chaussée alors qu’il s’apprêtait à grimper la redoutable falaise de Dschang, dans la Région de l’Ouest. La voiture dont le chauffeur a perdu le contrôle, a fini sa course plusieurs mètres plus loin dans la brousse.

Le bilan provisoire fait heureusement état de zéro mort, mais plusieurs hommes en tenue s’en tirent avec des blessures graves.

Le BIR est ainsi passé à côté d’un second drame, deux mois seulement après le naufrage d’un de ses bateaux qui avait causé la mort de 34 militaires sur la route de Bakassi.

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