Cameroun - VIDÉO: Plongée dans l’empire du milliardaire Baba Ahmadou Danpullo

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Sphere   42017-05-14 13:14
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Un être insuffisamment socialisé est un danger public...
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Man Tara   02017-05-14 12:42
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@Sphere

Give it a rest man, I have nothing to explain to you,
You are a fraud.
You have provided us with ample examples of that
1/ You told us that you knew exactly what meent,
2/ then you took on yourself to amend my post.
3/when I exposed your fraud, added another fraud, pretending to be a prophet or a seer you can tell what Man Tara is smoking in Chicago.
4/ the the fraud Serge wants to give Man Tara free advice.
People, free unsolicited advice are worth their price: Zero.
Now. Your smoking advice are neither witty, nor intelligent neither funny,
Crack house joke, maybe, but not funny. That's probably where you hang out; but leave the rest of us out of it.
You have absolutely no shame.
You would have already abandoned the subject.
I have given you enough respect, And you just can't quit.
Now go f*ck yourself. I'm done with you.
Goodbye, Adios, Sphere. Auf Wiedersehen, aurevoir
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Sphere   52017-05-14 05:33
#3
shame on you Man Tara
tu ne m'eloigneras pas du sujet.
explique moi cette phrase
"Mais ne melangeaons pas les pedales.
Chaqu'un suit son chemin,
Dampullo a suivi le sien. Samba a suivi le sien. "
En anglais ou en francais. rassures toi je comprendrai pourvu quil y ait une forme de coherence.
Cest peut etre cela la difficulté pour toi.
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Man Tara   22017-05-14 03:12
#4
@Sphere

"Que voulais tu nous dires dans cette phrase.
Si ce n'est le fruit d'un esprit confus. "

Drole de construction logique que la tienne, pere.

Si tu ne comprends pas une phrage de qu'elqu'un, ajoute des mots inventes par toi-meme.

A Jean Tabi Husen, aussi "anglophone" que toi , nous disait "demandez question".

Ce n'est que comme cela que tu pourais apprendre quelque chose.
Peut-etre qu'il est desormais trop tard pour toi.
Tu prefers jouer au "conseiller".
On dit que la bouche parle de l'abondance du coeur: Tu sais ce que tu appelles "moquette" Man Tara pas.
T'est-il jamais passe dans la tete que si tu ne comprends pas ce qu'un Man Tara dit, comme en classe de maths naguere, (ou toute autre) il se peut fort bien que ce soit toi l'ane? A l'epoque la moitie de la classe comprenait, sauf toi, Rappelle-toi
Mentir ne conduit pas a une meilleur comprehension, tu sais?
Completer les ecrits de quelqu'un sans sa permission et pretendre que c'est la sienne c'est mentir. On appelle ca du faut. Et les faussaires sont des criminels, des escrocs
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Sphere   42017-05-13 16:24
#5
@Man Tara
tes declarations à l'emporte piece n'en deviennent pas pour autant une verité.
Easy to say I am a lyar.
Plus difficile de te faire comprendre clairement dans une phrase.
"Mais ne melangeaons pas les pedales.
Chaqu'un suit son chemin,
Dampullo a suivi le sien. Samba a suivi le sien. "

Que voulais tu nous dires dans cette phrase.
Si ce n'est le fruit d'un esprit confus.

Arrete de fumer la moquette.
je ne cesserai jamais de te le conseiller.
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Atem3H    52017-05-13 12:46
#6
There is a little detail in this documentary which highlights part of the anglophone problem. It's strange no one picked it up.

The say Danpullo is the richest person in francophone Africa. This calls us to ask a simple question, is Cameroon a francophone country ? Cameroon in its current form is neither francophone or anglophone but bilingual. If we should follow the logic of that documentary, cameroon is an anglophone country as well and Dan pulling being an anglophone should be measured to those in anglophone Africa.

This documentary to me makes little sense.
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Mbiambia   42017-05-13 07:46
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Lamontagne2 12017-05-11 01:51
#8
Les gens cofondent les choses ici, je n'ai pas dit que Danpoulo n'est pas du RDPC ou bien il n'est pas impliqué dans la corruption. Je ne suis pas ici pour le défendre...

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C'est tout à ton honneur.Mais on est d'accord qu'un businessman issu de la filière rdpciste est forcément louche.Ce monsieur a été aidé par Feue Jeanne Irène qui lui a offert je ne sais plus quelles sociétés.C'est un génie du Business comme Samba ,et tous ont eu besoin du système pour prosperer. Qu’on les glorifient ok,qu'on les vilipendent ok,ce n'est pas parce que Samba est Beti et fonctionnaire qu'il doit tout subir.
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Man Tara   22017-05-12 20:24
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@Sphere

As long as a liar can come and complete my post to maake it tell things that never crossed my mind, that's ok.
What your post just established is that you are a damnable liar.
Find something else "anglophone"
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Sphere   82017-05-11 22:08
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Man tara le vertigineux
Danpullo suit son chemin de bizness man et Samba suit lequel ? fonctionnaire riche ou enrichi par la fonction ? si ce n'est bizness man aussi !

De quoi parles tu au juste dans ton post.
"Mais ne melangeaons pas les pedales.
Chaqu'un suit son chemin,
Dampullo a suivi le sien. Samba a suivi le sien."
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Man Tara   12017-05-11 20:54
#10
@Moh Manyu

You are searching Man Tara everywhere, to regurgitate your own hatred, stored in your own head.

Re-read this poster from Man Tara. And tell us between what words you read the phrase "Samba a businessman"

Here it is my post in entirety:

//Man Tara2 22017-05-11 00:53
#6
@Mbiambia

J'ai lu ton post.
Moi non plus, jusqu'a tres recemment je ne connaissais pas Danpullo.
Mais ne melangeaons pas les pedales.
Chaqu'un suit son chemin,
Dampullo a suivi le sien. Samba a suivi le sien.
Les brailleurs de CIN, vont faire ce qu'ils font. Choisir leur cote. Mais ces deux braves camerounais ne se sont pas declares la guerre.
En plus, ils n'ont pas reussi au non de telle ou telle tribu. Ils meritent tous deux notre respect et admiration//

Tell us where is businessman? Or the French equivalent, or anything.
This is the last time I will react to your hate mongering. Asshole
I DO NOT GIVE A HOOT ABOUT YOUR SORRY ASS
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Moh Manyu   72017-05-11 07:40
#11
@ Man Tara how on earth can you call Mr Samba a businessman?Mr Samba is the blatant face of white collar thief and very soon he will land to jail.By defending Mr Samba Man Tara you tell us how much you hate Cameroon!
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Colonelsapt   32017-05-11 06:03
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I meant,
@rounka.
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Colonelsapt   42017-05-11 06:02
#13
@thanks.
Hope you doing good.
Before colonization, we were just individual, autonomous kingdoms. There was no Cameroon, Nigeria, or whatever.
During German colonization, it was not much different, but there was not a particular name for the area. It was the beginnings of cohesive identity.
This didn't last long, cos Germany lost wwi.
It was during British times that this cohesion got stronger, and and gave the people of this area a sense of a common destiny.
I believe this happened because, indirect rule meant the people participated more in political life , with elections in house of chiefs n parliament in Buea.
The Germans impact was minimal, n was marred by wars of resistance. My people fought them for about four years.
I, believe , that is why the name British Cameroons stuck.
History, my friend, has a way of imposing itself.
It is true, I believe of every people.
Thanks for the polite exchange.
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Rounka   22017-05-11 02:58
#14
Colonelsapt

Come on brother ! this part of Cameroun that you call British Cameroun fell into british rule a century ago ; i am sure you that erea was populated before it became British Cameroun ; how was it called then ? how were the people living there at that time called ? anglophonees ? germanophones ? the Kom , Bakwedi , Bagnangue etc are not what they were before the arrival of British ?
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Lamontagne   12017-05-11 01:51
#15
Les gens cofondent les choses ici, je n'ai pas dit que Danpoulo n'est pas du RDPC ou bien il n'est pas impliqué dans la corruption. Je ne suis pas ici pour le défendre...
Quant aux commerçants chinois ou tchadien dont certains ont pris comme example pour dire que ma réaction est ridicule, je dois leur dire que si ce commerçant chinois ou tchadien a son business à Douala et Bamenda il ne sera. Jamais content de voir les deux villes d'un matin à l'autre appartenir à deux pays différents.

Je vous rappelle que les grands business en Angleterre n'ont pas apprécié Brexit.
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Man Tara   32017-05-11 00:53
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@Mbiambia

J'ai lu ton post.
Moi non plus, jusqu'a tres recemment je ne connaissais pas Danpullo.
Mais ne melangeaons pas les pedales.
Chaqu'un suit son chemin,
Dampullo a suivi le sien. Samba a suivi le sien.
Les brailleurs de CIN, vont faire ce qu'ils font. Choisir leur cote. Mais ces deux braves camerounais ne se sont pas declares la guerre.
En plus, ils n'ont pas reussi au non de telle ou telle tribu. Ils meritent tous deux notre respect et admiration
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Man Tara   02017-05-11 00:42
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@Hani Ramzi

"Rounka
Of course Alhadji Ndawara as he is fondly called is an Anglophone. He is partly Kom and partly Peuhl"

Thank you so much for those clarifications. You must know the man very well.
That shut up the tribalist squad, who pretend that "anglophone" is not a tribe, When in fact in their own mind, that's how they use it as. A super-tribe in Cameroun.
They use it as tribal background to discriminate against anyone they chose. They just have thrown Danpullo under the bus
They are so transparent.
IT WILL NOT WORK WITH Man Tara
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Man Tara   02017-05-11 00:30
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@Colonelsapt

"man Tara.
Why all the insult? "

How many?

Quit hiding behind the word insult. Get into the debate.

If you say something that you are not proud of, and I call you on it, it's not an insult.
If you lie, and I call you on your lies, it's not insulting from my part.
If you discriminate against Danpullo, because of his tribal origins, it is tribalism.
If I call you on that,it is not insulting. If so, you called it on yourself.

By your own "contextual definition" Danpullo, being Alhadji Ndawara, is from Ndawara a town soundly located in West Cameroon. I look in the Map.
So by any context Danpullo should be counted as "anglophone"


You personally refuse to call him that because you did not know what Hani Ramzi just said. You thought he was justpeuhl.
and you excluded hu him soly on that basis. That's is tribalism.

That's one thing.
The other thing is this is a free forum, theis is not the army. I don't care whether you are colonel or general, I do not owe respect to anybody who wants to tear my country apart for tribalism.
If you want respect speak and act respectably.
RESPECT IS EARNED. It is not due to people engaged in dispicable behavior.
Respect Danpullo origins and I might respect you

//Colonelsapt0 102017-05-10 05:19
#16
Congrats to him, especially, if he has been fair to his workers.
By the way, Danpullo is a peuhl (Fulani). He is not anglophone.//

That is blatant tribalism and an insult to Danpullo.
If you were a man of any statures you should write an appology to all the CIN communauty and to Danpullo.
If I were your general, I would sanction you for a behavior unbecoming to an officer
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Berka   42017-05-10 23:54
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Moi je vois ce genre de reportage et je dis BRAVO. C'est une belle reussite. J'ai beaucoup aime son ranch........
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Hani Ramzi   12017-05-10 20:01
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@Rounka
Of course Alhadji Ndawara as he is fondly called is an Anglophone. He is partly Kom and partly Peuhl. His mother is a princess from the Kom palace and his home is in Kom. Precisely in Belo sub Division. He considers himself as a Kom man and is considered by the Koms as one of theirs.
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Mbiambia14    72017-05-10 19:58
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Quand c'est Danpullo tout le monde crie au génie.Il sort d'ou,qui le connait?

C'est un des plus grands donateurs du Rdpc ,ce qui me parait normal vu l'immense crédit accordé par une banque de la place pour qu'il puisse se lancer.
Sans remettre en doutes ses compétences ,faut bien reconnaître qu'il est passé par la filière rdpeciste pour s'enrichir.

Quand Samba à montré ses immenses plantations de cacao pour justifier sa bicoque (château pour ce qui n'en ont jamais vu en vrai) et ses voitures d'occasions ,toutes sortes d'économistes,statisticiens ,ingénieurs financiers bosniaques nous on expliqué que ce honorable citoyen ne pouvait se payer ce faste (encore une fois relatif ) sans voler leurs impôts (qu'ils ne payent d'ailleurs pas étant tous de la diaspora).Quand c'est Danpullo ,Bakbara ,roksy et leurs frères bosniaques ,les Sherlock Holmes en carton n’enquêtent guère,ce n'est pas un Beti ,rien à signaler commandant!

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Colonelsapt   72017-05-10 19:55
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@man Tara.
Why all the insult?
I only tried to explain who an anglophone is, in the context , specifically , of Cameroon.
I c u quickly jump to tribalism. What an instinct?
Anglophone, is not a tribe, by the way.
It is a people with a geographically delimited space, among other characteristics, in the present day Cameroon, made up of many tribes.
You can explain what you have to say, without resorting to your basic instincts.
If there is to be real unity, peace and stability, we have to accept, respect our differences, not as handicaps, but as strengths. With mutual respect.
At the end of the day we are who we are .
We can do better.
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FirstOctober1961   52017-05-10 19:53
#23
Anybody who has taken any elementary language course should and ought to know that "meaning" is
"contextual".
In other words, the meaning of a word is to a great extent determined by the context in which it is used.

The word "Anglophone" in the Cameroonian context is used to describe people of Southern Cameroons or former West Cameroon origin, just as the word "francophone" is used to describe people of La Republique du Cameroon or former East Cameroon origin.

Before the de facto union between the two countries, that appellation or designation did not exist because it was not necessary.
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FirstOctober1961   32017-05-10 19:33
#24
"For me any businessman who has. his activities all over the country, specially in Douala city, will never agree with the separation.
It doesn't matter which region or tribe he comes from."

What a ridiculous assertion.

Nigerians, Chinese and even Chadians who own businesses in Douala will never agree with separation.
Dampulo will never allow La Republique to break up diplomatic relations with South Africa because he owns businesses in South Africa.
La Republique will never break up relations with La Republique Francaise because the french are your masters.
I can go on, and on, and on, and on...........
Do you see how ridiculous it becomes?

How can the destiny of a people be tied to the parochial interests of a businessman?
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FirstOctober1961   42017-05-10 19:18
#25
@Lamontagne

"@Colonelsapt what will be the status of the Fulani or Foulbe in your new republic ? You are denying them here the right to be anglophone, even. They are born and grow there."

There are many Fulanis who were born and have lived in Southern Cameroons for a very long time.
They are automatically Southern Cameroonians.
Anybody born in Southern Cameroons is a Southern Cameroonian unless they opt otherwise.
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Man Tara   02017-05-10 18:50
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@Lamontagne
You are saying this:

"You are denying them here the right to be anglophone, even. They are born and grow there."

I think you are stating the problem that we have withe these Bamenda's incorrectly
From what I understand Danpullo was not born and grow up there
Danpullo was born and grow up in HIS VILLAGE, THAT HAPPENS TO BE THERE
There is a big difference
To make it hit home with you
Suppose your village is Banging You are born and grow up in Bafang.
Then some PhD in Bafousam decides to call your region "Anglophone".
Then he says even though you are from Bafang, he will be too generous to grant you the title "Anglophone".
You see. That is only the beginning of the probleme Cameroon has with the Anglophone mindset.
Shameless tribalism, blatant wholesale discrimination.
That is the perfect recipe for endless wars.
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Colonelsapt   32017-05-10 17:43
#27
@lamontagne
You give me powers I don't have.
I don't have a republic, therefore, no powers to deny anyone.
I just said what an anglophone is, in the Cameroonian context. Period.
Danpullo and others live in west Cameroon without any problems, why is it that because I clarified the term 'anglophone', then all of a sudden, I have the powers to deny them being anglophone.
Danpullo is not anglophone, just a fact.
The fact is a Chinese can own as many businesses as he can in Douala, for example, that doesn't make him/her a duala, or francophone, or Cameroonian.
Hope u having a wonderful day.
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Man Tara   12017-05-10 17:33
#28
@Colonelsapt0

Your exposed the inadequacy of the label "Anglophone" used by the tribal distorted mind of Bamenda's intellectual elite.
It will never work. Even if the government decided to "give you your freedom" you people will go ahead and try to exclude everybody else
And major inter-tribal wars will erupt even among the mini tribes within the very divisions of Bamenda's city
You guys are a pest.
Your history proves it, from before german colonial times, until today.
Man Tara has sufficiently cited many articles written by Bamenda's natives
You thrive on tribalism
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Man Tara   12017-05-10 17:16
#29
@Madiba

//Haven't u noticed that there is no article on this site that you wont comment at least 4 times to justify your case?/).
Amazing You are incapable to notice. It's a blatant lie.
For one thing, most articles get off this site without any comments at all.
You are the one with a deluded mind, since you see my comments on article with 0 comments.
I would have exposed more lies in your post. But why argue with someone who can't distinguish a fact from a pigment of his own demented imagination?
Have good day
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Lamontagne   22017-05-10 14:39
#30
@Colonelsapt what will be the status of the Fulani or Foulbe in your new republic ? You are denying them here the right to be anglophone, even. They are born and grow there.

For me any businessman who has. his activities all over the country, specially in Douala city, will never agree with the separation.
It doesn't matter which region or tribe he comes from.
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Colonelsapt   72017-05-10 11:09
#31
@rounka,
Context is important here.
In the context of Cameroon, anglophone is one originating from the former British Cameroon.
I.e , the present (nw &sw )regions of Cameroon.
It doesn't mean born there or speaking English.
Again, in the Cameroonian context.
People don't like to hear that, it's a fact
Have a wonderful day , sir
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Moh Manyu   82017-05-10 08:54
#32
@Man Tara can't read yourself? You asked me if Dan Pulho was an old and my answer is yes ! Just as you are also an old man compare to me!! Man Tara for sure your face looks like Dan Pulho's! We give him back to you as a Francophone but he became a wealthy man doing his business within West Cameroon
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Rounka   102017-05-10 07:11
#33
colonelsapt

how do you define an anglophone ? i am just curious ; so a peuhl (fulani) can never be anglophone ??? and what do you call British Cameroon ??? just asking by the way !!!
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Madiba   242017-05-10 05:53
#34
Man Tara sometimes I use to ask myself if you're mentally stable? Haven't u noticed that there is no article on this site that you wont comment at least 4 times to justify your case? Worst of it when someone contradicts your views you now result in offensive language.Man Tara kindly examine yourself.
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Colonelsapt   112017-05-10 05:19
#35
Congrats to him, especially, if he has been fair to his workers.
By the way, Danpullo is a peuhl (Fulani). He is not anglophone.
Many peulhs live and were born in British Cameroon. They live there in peace and tranquility. It does not make them anglophones. Some where my classmates.
His success proves that if there is a fair playing field, n the government relaxes it's grip on every aspect of Cameroon life, it will unleash the energy that is being chuckled by the regime, n prosperity will return.
So long as you treat your people right, n not use your wealth to debase those around you, I say, ride on.
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Sacho   152017-05-10 04:59
#36
@Man Tara. When in your history book have people who are fighting for their freedom suddenly become lazy people? So those who fought for apartheid in South Africa or Slave trade or German invasion etc were lazy people? I tell you the truth without CPDM Danpullo is nothing! His empire is not based on merit but on political advantage. Make research how much he pays his workers compare to the riches he has and then we can talk. Make research on his land grabbing, cattle razing over poor people's maize, water and land pollution then we can talk. You certainly live in a dream world. When you write try to see how many people like or dislike your comment and then adjust your style or be flexible. You cannot be talking and people consider what you are saying as a fart and yet you don't adjust your style. However I do admire your Bilingualism in English and French. Kim Jung should have nominated you as a member of the FAKE Bilingualism Commission in LA Republique Franciase du Cameroun
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Man Tara15    72017-05-10 00:24
#37
@Sacho

You have Man tara on this article, be careful.
You are writing a post totally mangled up.
What does DanPullo have to do with your fore fathers.
1/ He is a hard working young 69 year old.
2/ he started building his empire in early 70, I think Biya were still in his dipers,. In any case there was no RDPC.
3/all the poor losers calling themselves "anglophones" believe that one cannonot make a fortune working, that's why they give little kids those funny looking thing so the police can kill them and the can make up their propaganda videos.
They believe all fortune comes from the government.

Which is so stupid, when we know that the cameroonian government is dead poor.
3/ How about all the monney Dan Pullo made in south Africa.

Ok. let's even admit that he stole that land. How about those lands you poor peoplekill your neighbor for. How come that land never turns you into the richest man in Cameroon

Loser, it takes hard work to turn even "stolen" lands into one huge fortune.

Poor people are always into fiction, and envy
No one needs to steal land in the Adamawa. You have it everywhere, un-ocupied. and fertile
Go there and try it.
That's where Man Tara is headed. I'll teach you how to make it fruitful
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Man Tara13    22017-05-10 00:04
#38
@Sphere

"les fous ne sont pas tous devetus."

That's all?
The Pulitzer prize winning novel you promised to write on Man Tara?

Seven words?
I knew the "anglo-saxons" were lazy. I had no idea that one could be this lazy
Not even one paragraph.
One incomplete sentence. Wow. For an entire book of fiction on Man Tara
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Sacho   242017-05-10 00:01
#39
Where are the Airports that our forefathers built in Tiko, Mamfe and Bali? The vibrant Limbe Warf, PWD, POWERCAM , Cameroon Bank, MEDINO etc? What happened to them? They have all been destroyed so that Southern Cameroonians should become beggers and slaves. If Danpullo was not a stunch supporter of CPDM and an Advanced slave to Kim Jong Biya he wouldn't have acquired all the wealth he has. Proof he has seized numerous land from poor farmers in the NW to raze his cattles and nobody has won him because through CPDM he is untouchable. He has sent cow to graze on poor women maize farms around his Range without any compensation to the poor women. Each time people rise to complain about his attitude he uses his CPDM and his Biya loyalty to crush them. So those of you ranting hear about his hard work and Blabla you better know that without political affiliation he wouldn't have been what he is. Do you know the average salary of the workers in his tea estate or factories? What is the purpose of making billions of profit when your workers are living and working seriously underpaid? Do u know this is a form of slavery? Danpullo is not an Anglophone. Few years after we shall be released from the shackles of slavery from LA republique Gangsters regime, Citizens of LA republic shall be looking for visas to enter Ambaland. Our hardwork will not be measured by our political affiliation or connection but on our creativity and spirit of competiveness!
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Sphere   82017-05-09 23:28
#40
les fous ne sont pas tous devetus.
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Man Tara13    32017-05-09 23:07
#41
Moh Manyu, and Sphere, when the message is to hot to handle, kill the messenger.
Hahahah.
Il ne s'agit pas de mon age ou de mon exil ici.
On parle d'un vaillant fil du Nord ouest qui se construit un empire avec ses mains, non sur le dos des petits enfnts que vous equipez aveec de catapultes ridicules, pour faire votre "murder" by cops qui alimentent vos video de propagande.
You don't like that message that tells it like it is.
Alorsil faut abattre Man tara lui-meme.

Oh j'airemarque que Moh Manyu utilises deja le terme "English speaking Cameroonians". Au lieu de "Anglo-Saxon".
Well I'm also an English speaking Cameroonian, and I'm darn proud of Dan Pullo.
And even if I was not English speaking, I will still be proud of ce brave peuhl. He is my brother andd on my way to emulate him. Not killing my younger brothers for the sake of oil

For that phrase alone, Man Tara can be proud for not posting in vain. I'm definitely making headway
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Man Tara16    02017-05-09 22:53
#42
@Sphere

"J'ai ma petite idee sur le pourquoi de cet exil volontaire."


Hahaha. quand les membredu "liars squad" sont battus par mes arguments imparable, ilscommencent a fomenter des romans sur ma personne.
va-s-y dis-nous ta petite histoire, toi qui n'avais jamais dit a to maitre du cours moyen 2 comment la fete du tam-tams s'est deroulee le dimanche. ...Sur papier
Take a shot at fiction, who knows someone may recognize the talent you have been hiding all these years
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Man Tara17    62017-05-09 22:45
#43
@Moh Manyu

"Man Tara how can a 69 years old man look young?"

How sad. This younster called Moh Manyu cannot tell the different between the adjective "handsome" and the slur "old man"

Did your mother taught you anything at all?

Yes Dan Pullo, looks very handsome indeed. That's why he has 4 wives and you zero.
And he is no "anglophone"
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Sphere   252017-05-09 22:15
#44
man tara a fait plus de 30 ans sans mettre ses pieds au cameroun.
A moins d'avoir ete un wanted au Cameroun comment peut on fuire à ce point son pays ?
J'ai ma petite idee sur le pourquoi de cet exil volontaire.
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Moh Manyu   182017-05-09 21:48
#45
We the English Speaking Cameroonians are happy to know that an English Speaking Cameroonian is the wealthiest within Cameroon and that his wealth is far away from Public Funds!Dan Pullo is well known in English Cameroon and you Man Tara happen to discover him nowadays!
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Moh Manyu   152017-05-09 21:39
#46
@Man Tara how can a 69 years old man look young? At 65 of age you Man Tara you don't look young even me at 48 of age I not looking compare to my children and grand-children!
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Man Tara16    52017-05-09 20:19
#47
Look at how handsome he is, The Baba Dan Pullo.
Moh Manyu, will you call him "old man"?
Certainly not to his face
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Lericheamerifricain   512017-05-09 20:16
#48
Otric NGON

Pourquoi, prenez-vous vos sources sur les personalites camerounaises des medias etrangers?

Est-il impossible aux journalistes camerounais d'obtenir les informations sur ce qui se passe au Cameroun pour que chaque fois on se refere toujours aux sources etrangeres?

Est-ce une face de nous encourager aller directement lire ces journeaux etrangers au lieu de lire des extraits sur un site qui est pourtant camerounais?
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Man Tara32    122017-05-09 20:13
#49
Did anybody noticed that all the "anglos" are shying away from this article.
The power of hard work.
No comments from the lazy PhD's of CIN.
They have never work in their life. Do not even intend to.

This noble son of fulbe is what they run away from. The symbol of work.
They chose intimidation, and "trike".
Hahaha. How can someone who has never worked strike???
You guys have been on strike since you were born
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Baba Ahmadou Danpullo Archives
À la tête d’une fortune estimée à plus de 550 milliards de francs CFA, cet homme d'affaires discret est à la fois le «roi du thé», un poids de plus en plus lourd de la téléphonie et un magnat de l’immobilier.

Un reportage de «Réussite», l’émission coproduite par le groupe Jeune Afrique, Canal + et Galaxie presse plonge dans l’empire de ce Peul anglophone de 69 ans qui est l’une des plus grosses fortunes du continent, et dont les entreprises sont bien connues des Camerounais.

Sur le marché de la téléphonie mobile par exemple, fait remarquer Jeune Afrique, sa marque, Nexttel, n’a été lancée qu’en septembre 2014, mais se targue aujourd’hui de compter près de 4 millions d’abonnés.

Le milliardaire est présent dans le secteur tertiaire, mais pas seulement. À Ndawara, province dont il est originaire, il s’est lancé dans la production de thé il y a déjà plusieurs années. Si ce business est en difficulté dernièrement, l’usine de Baba Ahmadou Danpullo produit néanmoins chaque jour, des dizaines de tonnes de thé, prêtes à être envoyées aux quatre coins de l’Afrique, mais aussi en Russie ou au Moyen-Orient, indique le reportage.

Mais c’est à l’étranger que l’homme a construit la plus grande partie de sa fortune. Grâce à des placements immobiliers acquis dans les années 1990, Baba Ahmadou Danpullo possède aujourd’hui le plus grand portefeuille immobilier d’Afrique du Sud. C’est pourtant bien au Cameroun qu’il vient de faire construire son siège. Fauteuils en cuir et salles de réception, la nouvelle vitrine de l’homme d’affaires est prête à accueillir de futurs investisseurs. Ci-dessous, le reportage du magazine Réussite.

 


Plongée dans l'empire de Baba Ahmadou Danpullo par Jeuneafriquetv

Auteur:
Otric NGON
 contact@cameroon-info.net
 @OtricNgonCIN
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