Cameroun - Naufrage d’un navire du BIR: Voici la réaction du Gouvernement qui confirme la disparition de 34 personnels de l’armée camerounaise.

Par Adeline ATANGANA | Cameroon-Info.Net
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Stoph   02017-07-19 12:38
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#Mad Tara#
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Man Tara   02017-07-18 01:44
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@Stoph

"hmm, you call yourselves Cameroonoians and ye seize every little occasion to show how much you hate one another language. I don't think because I speak pidgin,your french is better than my English. Grow up from puerile invectives that help to drive people to extremes rather than unite. If you had ignored the comment from 1st October and made a more republican comment, it wouldn't have done you any harm. "

Wow.
1/What is thee basis for your post?
2/which line is the unifying factor?
3/Who took you one because you speak pidgin?

Your post is so typical. You came to defend the bigot, FirstOctober1961 by attacking the only person who got ennoyed with his hateful post.
Then youhide yourself by putting on thehat of a unifyier, without one unifying sentense.
Just mudding the water to defend a bigot.

"Anglophones" have done that to me. Pretending that I hate people who speak pidgin.
I do not care what language you speak, even if it's a monkey's language, as long as you are Cameroonian.

The only time I have ever brought out pidgin was to say the big PhD from Bamenda should not be offended if the government does not promote English, while they themselves do not promote English in their villages or families.
The Anglophones have abandoned English to promote pidgin, which is far from English.
They have no business lecturing Cameroonians over the promotion of the English language
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Hexer   42017-07-17 14:32
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Ce navire a été abattu.Sauf si on veut nous faire croire qu'il aurait percuter une roche en pleine mer !
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Stoph   102017-07-17 11:54
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hmm, you call yourselves Cameroonoians and ye seize every little occasion to show how much you hate one another language. I don't think because I speak pidgin,your french is better than my English. Grow up from puerile invectives that help to drive people to extremes rather than unite. If you had ignored the comment from 1st October and made a more republican comment, it wouldn't have done you any harm.
Those who have perished are both anglofous and the the very 'smart' francophones devoid of pidgin sir. You do not need to take every comment without a second thought.
May the souls o the those gone so soon rest in perfect peace
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Moh Manyu   72017-07-17 10:54
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May their souls rest in peace!
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Chesco002   142017-07-17 10:13
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Ships accidents occur everywhere in the world. Let's pray so the souls of departed soldiers rest in peace
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FirstOctober196120    112017-07-17 07:57
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@Engone

"Aller vous faire foutre ailleurs fils d'Ambazonie ,"

You ain't seen nothing yet. The worst is yet to come.
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Engone31    172017-07-17 07:09
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Aller vous faire foutre ailleurs fils d'Ambazonie , C'est un accident comme tous les autres ......et le Cameroun reste debout , vous les détracteur de l'Ambazonie ( Pidjinophone Countryman) allez en enfer, car l'année Blanche que vous avez tant souhaite n'a pas eu lieu ni votre pseudo Indépendance .........honte a vous , le Cameroun respire
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Chikungunya-boy 10    212017-07-17 06:30
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Voyons si le "chef suprême des armées" se déplacera pour rendre hommage à ces soldats morts en service
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FirstOctober196127    62017-07-17 04:30
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BIR and La Republique are fishing in troubled waters.

Do you think Nigeria will sit quietly by and do nothing after your corrupt and brutal gendarmes from La Republique have murdered more than a hundred of their citizens in Bakassi?

NB: The name of the village in Victoria County is "Debunscha" and not "Debunsha".
Debunscha is the second wettest place in the world after Assam in India.
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Joseph Beti Assomo, Ministre de la Defense (a gauche) Archives
Selon le ministre de la défense, trois soldats ont été sauvés sur les 37 personnels qui se trouvaient à bord du bateau logistique de l’armée camerounaise qui a chaviré hier dimanche 16 juillet 2017.

Un navire de l’armée camerounaise parti dans la matinée d’hier dimanche 16 juillet 2017 de Douala pour Bakassi, a chaviré en mer. Sur les 37 personnes qui étaient à bord de ce bateau logistique, trois seulement ont pu être secourues. Le gouvernement camerounais, à travers le ministre de la défense, a publié tard dans la nuit d’hier à ce lundi 17 juillet 2017, pour renseigner l’opinion publique sur le bateau, la mission qu’elle effectuait et le point sur les opérations de recherche des personnels portés disparus.

 

Ci-dessous, une copie du Communiqué de presse signé de Joseph Beti Assomo, le ministre de la défense: 

Le communique - 1/2 (c) MINDEF
Le communique - 2/2 (c) MINDEF
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