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The Hall of SHAME!

Edition No:7    December 2005 / January 2006

Hall of Shame Mission Statement

This site is dedicated to expose those shameful people who think they can lie, cheat, steal and violate the principles of basic humanity and remain anonymous. As you are aware, my involvement with Cameroon began through the glazed eyes of a tourist. After a sham marriage and the loss of my life savings to the corrupt judiciary, I now see the plight of Cameroonians through much clearer eyes. It is through fiercely protected anonymity, by those involved, that corruption heads down its unbending path. These are the same people sitting in the pew next to you in church on Sundays, who are stealing the food from your mouth and your children’s education on Mondays. I say, lets take a look at these people and let them enjoy the sleepless nights that they inflict upon others. Exposure of these peoples' acts of shame is the strongest tool to drive others away from these evil practices.

Is Cameroon so far down the toilet bowl of corruption that it is beyond help? I think not, but the fact that many wear their crimes as medals to their cleverness, and worse, that others aspire in the same way to achieve like goals is a mentality worthy of standing against.


Hall of Shame - Monthly newsletter

The next edition will be published on the 1st of February and shall continue to arrive on the 1st of the month thereafter. If you wish to subscribe you can reply to and write SUBSCRIBE in the subject box. Each month once the newsletter is loaded onto the site you shall receive in your email inbox, a link to take you to the newsletter.



Please feel free to send your own corruption or injustice stories. Each month contributions highlighting the difficulties of those that may not have found the means to voice their issues will be considered. Of course I would need to check story validity depending on its contents, but we won’t be shying away from what needs to be said. Consider this your newsletter and within reason there shall be no censorship. Photos can be published also, if they enhance your tale. Its early days and may take a couple of editions to get into the flow of things, but no target is too big. My philosophy is fairly simple “A thief is a thief”. I don’t discriminate on age, colour, race or sex. I do request that you use this forum for the purpose it is intended. Thanks.



From The Editors Desk

Dear Fellow Corruption Haters,

With the end of the year fast approaching, weve begun to think about future directions for the newsletter. While theHall of shame Supreme Court Emblem shame files have been interesting and weve had the opportunity to show some of the insipid creatures involved in their foul practices, next year were taking a more serious look at some specific characters and putting them through the type of court cases they inflict upon others.

On that note, I proudly unveil the emblem representing our newly formed Supreme Court. While it is a cyber space court in location, all other aspects are copied from Cameroon law and the operations are the very same rule of law, as applied in the Fako Appeal Court.


 Hall Of Shame Supreme Court - Rules

1)   We accept unsworn testimony from fictitious witnesses (as per Fako Appeal Court). It is not necessary to identify yourself to supply testimony in any of our court matters.

2)   We present testimonies to the public, who shall then be able to click on a Guilty / Not Guilty facility after reading the testimonies.

3)   Hall of Shame Supreme Court shall accept the verdict of the public, whereby we shall penalize the persons, if found guilty, according to their crimes.

4)   Court dates and defendants names shall be listed at least 3 months in advance, thus allowing ample time for testimonies to be received from all parties.

5)   The verdict of the public shall be final.

Supreme Court - Case # 1

Defendant: Paul Biya.
President of Cameroon, residing in France.

Charges: Crimes against Humanity, Theft of State funds,  Embezzlement & Electoral Fraud.  Murder in three cases, a) Bepanda Nine murders,  b) Buea University murders,  c) Irene Biyas murder. 

Hearing Date: 1st February.
All testimonies to be made public on this day.

Ruling Date: 1st March
Ruling and sentence to be delivered, as per public jury.

Collection of Testimonies: The Hall of Shame Supreme Court requests that testimonies are to be received by January 15th. All testimonies shall be accepted and the witnesses shall remain totally anonymous. Any testimony covering matters outside the main charges shall be accepted and incorporated into the information made public on the hearing date.

Testimonies to be sent to:

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Trial #1 - 1st February 06.  Defendant - Paul Biya
Trial #1
Trial #2 - 1st March 06.  Defendant - Societe Generale
Trial #2
Trial #3 - 1st April 06.  Defendant - Ketuanze Jacob.
Trial #3


Praise File #5


Shey Blaise Sevidzem Berinyuy

Shey Blaise Sevidzem Berinyuy

Shey Blaise Sevidzem Berinyuy, Human Rights Lawyer, Member/Legal Adviser of Human Rights Defence Group [HRDG],Cameroon Association For the Rights of the Child [CARC], Action by Christains for the Abolition of Torture [ACAT] and Organisation Mondiale Contre La Torture [OMCT] HAS INDEFATIGABLY BEEN TO THE TASK in exposing Administrative arbitrary arrests and detentions as well as Judicial buffoonery plus child abuse in Cameroon.

 For example, Lawyer Blaise caused the Fontem Court to fine the SDO in that Division, Mboke Godlive Ntua, 500,000frs for violating the human rights to property of Ambassador Fussong Henry. In turn the SDO wrote to the Administration saying the Court President, Justice Menyoli Charles Nammi found him guilty because Justice Nammi is a member of the secessionist SCNC GROUP.and SHAMFULLY ENOUGH, the SW Procureur General, Chief Justice Mbah Ngie Solomon summoned the Fontem Court President for questioning thereby tampering with the independence and integrity of the court.

 When former SW Governor, the Police Boss and UB Vice Chancellor, Dorothy Njeuma deployed troops into UB killing two, injuring many and raping alot, only Blaise dragged them to court for violating student rights to strike action. Blaise is either in Tiko, Kumbo, Bamenda,, Mamfe or Lebialem seeking an Order for the immediate release of SCNC activists detained illegally by Administrative authority for holding what they often term illegal meetings. In a -wake -up case that is going to open the eyes of Cameroonians against discriminating children with disabilities, Blaise has sued against the Head teacher of Nursery School Buea Station for discriminating against a 4-year- child forcefully ordered to be withdrawn by the parents.



My 2 Cents !



Cameroon Going in 'Right Direction,' Says US Official.

Washington – State Department Deputy Assistant Secretary for African Affairs Donald Yamamoto summed up his October trip to Cameroon as the first senior U.S. official to visit in several years by concluding that "Cameroon is going in the right direction."
Yamamoto reported that Cameroon is relatively stable, has a well-functioning government, had fairly good elections and is trying to do a lot of things positively. Consequently, he said, if he were to send a message to all of Africa, it would be that the United States commends Cameroon for its "dramatic improvement" and urges other countries to follow suit.

By Christine A. Terada
Washington File Staff Writer


I must say that over the last few years I’ve read some pitiful reports, but this one nearly caused me to choke. In fact, I’m collecting donations at this time to purchase a compass to send to Mr Yamamoto and help him overcome his poor sense of direction. My only worry is that Mr Yamamoto hasn’t reached home yet (maybe he took the wrong direction) and is lost somewhere in the jungles of South America.  I guess Mr Yamamoto’s itinerary in Cameroon was similar to the group of ex - US Congressmen who visited Yaounde at the start of the year and reported back on the transparency of the election. Though, everyone’s wondering about which election they reported on! I guess their judgements gotMr. Yamamoto gathers material for his report. blurred after the first bottle of French champagne.

Mr Yamamoto’s Yaounde visit Itinerary:
Fly 1st class to Yaounde, Cameroon. Travel in motorcade from the airport to Hilton Hotel. Attend meeting at the palace during the evening and drink champagne with the ministers. Have 10 minute meeting with Paul Biya during which Mr Biya passes over the completed report  and also a brown envelope. They discuss the means by which increased oil production will be exported to the US and which Swiss bank account payment shall be made. Motorcade to the airport for a 1st class trip home.

But seriously, (Yes, I know it is serious) Mr Yamamoto’s report sounds like a bad sales pitch, along the lines of a 419.  Again it won’t be Paul Biya and his cohorts that will suffer, it will be the citizens of Cameroon who will pay the price for foreigners greed for oil and their lack of scruples (human decency) to get it. Yes, the clincher was there in the report:

"Right now, under 10 percent of our [U.S.] oil needs come from West Africa; in the next decade thatNot drilling for truth! could go up to over 30 percent," said Yamamoto

Read the article yourself, for me, I’m too disgusted to comment further on another (US) misrepresentation of the government in Cameroon and the plight of its citizens. Why does Mr Yamamoto choose to contradict all that is reported by International organisations on the Human Right abuses and the poor condition of Cameroon Government? It would be better that if Mr Yamamoto wasn’t going to speak the truth, that he say nothing, rather than humiliate his own government by exposing it’s  unconscionable foreign policy.


All the  best,   Glenn Wilson



Shame File No:7

Name: S.G.B.C Bank (Societe Generale)

Residence: 419 Down Beach road, Limbe. SWP.

Aliases: Chop money bank.

               The thiefs den.


At the scene of the gunplay. SGBC, Limbe SWP

SGBC, Limbe Branch.

What sort of a bank involves itself in theft of customers money? There are many other instances where SGBC has cheated clients and then denied responsibility. Then sending their clients down a route of frustration that results in the matter being stone-walled by the bank. All the while, the client suffers further losses in a failed attempt to retrieve what belongs to them, thanks to corrupt Officials and Judges who play the game with SGBC. While SGBC continues to employ management who steal from their customers, then the bank (SGBC) should be known for what it is “A thieves Den”.  In August 2003 I wrote to Paul Biya, describing some of the criminal actions of this bank.

419 scandal at SGBC

Nowhere in the world have I been greeted at a bank with a rifle pointed at my chest to deny me access to my account. At this point, the bank hierarchy in Paris, still dont see that this matter should be investigated though they were made aware several times, and most recently in April this year. Thats how corruption and these thieves survive, they ignore the crimes and connive with each other to cover the actions, rather than investigate and show they are a credible institution.

Letter to Societe Generale April 2005

We shall continue to approach this banking matter and see if one day SGBC or Societe Generale will do the honorable thing and take responsibility and investigate the events, or will they continue to act as an untrustworthy and criminal institution that should be exposed at every opportunity and shunned by the public. Im sure Western Union (who receive copies of this) doesnt appreciate their name tarnished by the action of thieves in the SGBC banking network. This mail shall also be distributed to Embassies making them aware not to accept any affidavit or bank records from SGBC, as they are crooked and cook false documents.



SGBC - I Nobi Coffee Bang Feng

Banso woman know weiti be. “Coffee Bang feng” (Fast)
S=G=B=C go make you. “Coffee Bang feng” (slow)
If you bank with them you don trowei your money for bush. “Coffee Bang feng” (fast)
Make you no talk say nobody bi tell you. “Coffee Bang feng” (slow)

SGBC no make me Coffee Bang feng
I nobi be Coffee Bang feng
I nobi Coffee Bang feng
So I no go be Coffee Bang feng

Monkey di work baboon di chop. “Coffee Bang feng” (fast)
You di work SGBC di chop pam oh. “Coffee Bang feng” (slow)
Wuna tell if na so this world I dey. “Coffee Bang feng” (fast)
Other banks them fit keep your money. “Coffee Bang feng” (slow)

SGBC no make me Coffee Bang feng.
I nobi be Coffee Bang feng
I nobi Coffee Bang feng
So I no go be Coffee Bang feng

SGBC go tif your money then blame you for tif your money. “Coffee Bang feng” (fast)
If you talk strong them go call you police oh. “Coffee Bang feng” (slow)
Na General Manager go make that transaction for tif you oh my friend. “Coffee Bank feng” (fast)
Then after theym go prepare your die. “Coffee Bang feng” (slow)

SGBC no make me Coffee Bang feng.
I nobi be Coffee Bang feng
I nobi Coffee Bang feng
So I no go be Coffee Bang feng

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Shame File No:6

Name: Justice A.K. Nana

Residence: Buea

Aliases: Na wichi man


Justice A.K. Nana

Without doubt, the Fako Appeal Court is one of Cameroon’s most corrupt institutions. It’s not necessary to go any further than to use its own documentation to prove that point.

Appeal Court Affidavits

Justice Nana was one of three Judges who determined the removal of a High Court President, based on an imaginary witness. These Judge’s actions were displayed before the 12 Barristers & Lawyers who regularly attended the hearing. 

Appeal Court Chronology

These Judges should be immediately removed for their corrupt and unlawful conduct, but it seems that most have been promoted in some way.

 Foreigners and Cameroonians alike should be well advised to steer clear of this den of thieves and the Cameroon judiciary in general. The behaviours I saw in the courts was often no better than the thuggery of unintelligent and uneducated buffoons who were more concerned with juju and their own stomachs than anything that appeared to come from a civilised court. 

So that the matter is very clear, I accuse the three Appeal Court Judges who signed the ruling of being corrupt.
I also accuse Magistrate Ketuanze Jacob of corrupting the Appeal Court Judges.

Appeal Court Ruling

 I make these documents available for all to see the corruption and thievery that these judges participated in. Note that these same activities are promoted and rewarded by the countries ruling party, the CPDM and the President, Paul Biya.

Fako Appeal Court , Buea

Cameroon's Corrupt Judiciary!

Is This The World's Most Corrupt and Shameless Judiciary?

This song has a bikutsi rhythm.

Man wey no sabi callam Justice oh
But Nana no bi justice Ohhh
Iyoho, Nana no bi justice ohh, my brothers
Iyoho, Nana no bi justice ohh, my sisters


Appeal Court Buea no get justice yehe (High)
Appeal Court Buea no get justice yehe (Low)
Na soso wichi people, tif people hey (Low)
Na soso wichi people, tif people hey (Low)

Nana na wichi man oh oh
Massa for mami wata yeye
Nana go kill all man oh
Nana fat Belle for shit yeye


I beg wuna hear me yeh
I beg wuna hear me oh
Nana na wichi man eh yeh
Nana na wichi man eh yeh


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Shame File No:5

Name: Justice Morfaw Chibili

Residence: Molyko

Aliases: High Court Priestess

              Chibili Mami Juju

              Chibili Mami Wata Messenger


Olumba Priestess Chibili

My experience with Justice Chibili in the Fako High Court is well documented through chronologies.  Though instructed to supply an accelerated hearing, Justice Chibili  played her delaying games with Barrister Eno Charles. 

Chronology # 2

During a six month adjournment I returned to Australia. When I returned to Cameroon I learnt that Chibili and Barrister Eno connived to sell the property I purchased to 3 whites.  On the 6th of May 2003 in Chibilis chambers I accused her of corruption. Chibili chose to stand down from the matter in court, rather than defend herself against the allegations.

Chronology # 3

I often wonder what hope there is for Cameroonians when people like Justice Chibili sit in judgement of them.  What country can allow a woman whose husband is a criminal to judge others? The husband embezzled money from the bank he was working in and fled to Nigeria when caught. It was through Chibili and her husbandsAnother tough day in the  Fako Courts! Olumba Olumba connections that a bribe was paid to the appropriate authority and the husband returned to Cameroon with no further action taken. Justice Chibili still lives in her mansion built from monies embezzled from Cameroonians. Justice Chibili should just stay quiet and stay at home with her husband the thief.

"Justice Chibili, I look forward to the day I supply my evidence against you. Cameroon courts will continue to be sick while it employs useless people like you."

If anyone would like to view the thiefs mansion, you can visit. Head down the hill from Buea to Molyko. Turn left at Bonavanda road ( towards Bokova - Musonge's village). After 30 metres, turn right at the road that runs behind the shops. Follow this road for 500 metres until you reach a cluster of 5 houses. The mansion in the middle was built with the money the husband stole. Then phone Justice Chibili on her mobile: 9972741 and ask her to come out and greet you. Dont forget to give her my greetings from Australia, when you see her.

Chibili in casual dress.

Chibili chop my money run
Chibili eh eh eh
Chibili weti I do you
Chibili eh eh eh
Chibili one day na one day
Chibili eh eh eh
Chibili Olumba Olumba
Chibili eh eh eh
Chibili drink people their blood
Chibili eh eh eh
Chibili which kana religion be that
Chibili eh eh eh
Chibili I say take your time
Oh take you time
Chibili carry church for head
Chibili carry people for heart
Chibili eh eh eh
Na weti be man ney na weti be this world eh?
Shame shame shame oh, shame shame shame oh.




The Kembong Song!

Heres a bit of a story from my time at Kembong, to go with this months song. During my time in the village, Brillian was always singing songs and telling stories, always with some moral message about how trustworthy the people from the village were and explaining that the trust amongst family was sacred amongst Cameroonians. Oh well, foolish me actually believed it all. There was a particular song that Brillian often sung. She explained it, as a rhyme made up by the villagers after a young girl was caught stealing a pair of earrings from the market. Everywhere the girl went, the rhyme was sung throughout the village. Finally in frustration, shamed & ridiculed, the girl fled the village.

I have no doubt that this story is false, like many more stories told to me in the interest of deceiving me to trust this family, (and it worked). On the only occasion I spoke to Brillian after she poisoned me, I referred to this rhyme, saying that the song was actually about her. So now, for all to learn and sing, this is my version of the Kembong market song.

Merengue rhythm


Merengue rhythm

I buy goat giyam for marriage yaya eh

Ejagham ceremony mask

Ode to Kembong

I take my foot I go for kembong yaya ehh
For go marry Brillian Ayuk yaya eh
I take my life putam for her hand yaya ehh
Wuna hear me find kembong people them oh ho yaya eh


Yaya eh, Ehhh yey yaya ehh
Na brillian Ayuk do me so
Yaya eh
Ah haha yaya eh

I take my money put light for their house yaya eh
I buy goat giyam for marriage yaya eh
Weeks after Brillian poison me yaya eh
Then she join tif my money yaya eh


Yaya eh, Ehhh yey yaya ehh
Na brillian Ayuk do me so
Yaya eh
Ah haha yaya eh

Kembong people wuna tell me yaya eh
Na so wuna dey yaya eh
Why wuna di pay man yi good withi bad yaya eh
Brillian na tif woman prostitute yaya eh


Yaya eh, Ehhh yey yaya ehh
Na brillian Ayuk do me so
Yaya eh
Ah haha yaya eh

Yaya eh, Ehhh yey yaya ehh
Na brillian Ayuk do me so
Yaya eh
Ah haha yaya eh


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NEWS - December 2005


Flexing Brutality and Deportation on Journalist.

Bill Shiyntum
If banging into journalists was an Olympic game, Cameroon Gov't would have broken the records in Nov, 2005. Collins Ayi in Bamenda and Njaru Philip and Innocent Yuh in the SW, all journalists, were respectively brutalised up by squads of policemen claiming anti SCNC fury. Police seized their mobile phones and tape recorders labelling them Separatists journalists and that these tools were being used for the Radio Free SouthernPolice Brutality Cameroons.

Njaru Philip's case was quite pathetic. Despite being beaten into unconsciousness and hospitalised in Buea, 5 policemen armed with assault rifles threatened ripping off the drip from this unconscious journalist. The timely intervention of the Buea Divisional officer brought things to control.

These are normal routine bashing on Anglophone journalists in Cameroon and these extractions would have gone unnoticed had the Kumbo Company Gendarmes not pledge serious intolerance arresting an Australian Journalist and Researcher, Andrew Mueller.

Kumbo is Government's SCNC flashpoint. Many sons and daughters in this town have been shot dead and raped by Cameroon's soldiers and Gendarmes. In 1997, Ebenezer Akwanga, SCNC Youth League President and many others were arrested in Kumbo and taken to Yaounde maximum Kondengui prison. Over 25 have died, either of slow poisoning or under suspicious conditions. Yet the Cameroon Military Tribunal is still to sentence the remaining decaying souls.

One faction of the SCNC has blamed Nfor Ngala Nfor and Stephen Kongso accusing them of acting primitively when they exposed the Australian Journalist and researcher to the Kumbo Gendarmes. They regret Andrew Mueller may not publish what he came to Southern Cameroons to research on given that his documents were confiscated.

Barrister Shey Blaise Sevidzem Berinyuy who was one on one with Andrew Mueller for three days said Mueller's research on the Unrecognised State of Southern Cameroons needed information on grassroot reactions, including even those from Francophone Cameroonians and supporters of the CPDM party and not only SCNC sympathizers.

"We even left for Bamenda on Wednesday, November 9th late because we spent the whole day looking for a CPDM T-shirt with Biya's effigy" Blaise said adding, “Andrew Mueller wanted to go home with it as a souvenir, unfortunately we failed to get it by the time he was arrested”.

Lawyer Shey Blaise said, immediately Mueller was arrested and detained in Kumbo, he telephoned him from the Kumbo Gendarmerie detention facilities where he was allowed to speak on a cell phone.

"I assured him to stay calm while I take steps to get him released following due process of the Law". Blaise said he immediately Binka Fon: Handing over gift to Muellercontacted the President of CAMASEJ, Paul Nkemmajang who issued Press releases calling for Mueller's release. Blaise said he also contacted Dr Yongbang Arnold, the Contact Person for UNPO to inform UNPO Secretariat at the Hague and email other local journalists. By the time he reached Bamenda on Monday, November 2005 to file a motion asking for Mueller's immediate release in the High Court ,the Australian Freelance was already being escorted to the Douala International Airport. That is how I missed him, Blaise said.

Earlier, the vice President of the Cameroon Association of English Speaking Journalists, CAMSEJ, Chris Mbunwe, resident in Bamenda pleaded unconditional release of the Australian Journalist saying "apart from his skin colour, journalists are the same all over the world"

CAMEROON: Australian journalist detained by police.
Police questioned Mueller and recorded statements from him about his activities in Cameroon, he said. They also searched his bag and confiscated documents that had been given to him by interviewees, including some pertaining to the banned Southern Cameroon National Council (SCNC), which claims a separate state for Anglophone Cameroonians.

For Keeping SCNC Company:Australian Journalist Detained In B’da.
Mueller himself told the CPJ by phone that he was traveling to Kumbo as part of his research for a book on "Unrecognized States." He said security operatives questioned him and recorded statements from him about his activities in Cameroon. That they also searched his bag and confiscated documents that had been given him by interviewees, including some pertaining to the SCNC.

Cameroon releases Aussie journalist.
Mueller was arrested in the small town of Kumbo in English-speaking northwestern Cameroon, along with two officials of the separatist Anglophone Southern Cameroons National Council (SCNC).

Gendarmes Sack SCNC Headquarters.
Ten gendarmes Monday, November 14, ransacked the Bamenda headquarters of the Southern Cameroons National Council, SCNC, and carted away documents believed to be valuable.

Chief Ayamba's Re-arrest Linked To SCNC Radio Broadcast.
Asked if he was not afraid of arrest himself, Nfor Nfor said Cameroon is already a huge prison, especially for Southern Cameroonians. "I am already a prisoner. What else should I fear?" he said. SCNC Flag

SCNC Activists Still Detained.
The Mezam High Court that on November 17, refused bail for four Southern Cameroons National Council, SCNC, activists detained by the Northwest Gendarmerie, has again refused to set the captives free.

SCNC Plans Street Protests To Have Activists Freed.
According to Ayamba, Inoni's presence "does not and cannot, therefore, represent one iota of the six million suffering Southern Cameroonians." He argues that most Southern Cameroonians vehemently opposed the Commonwealth's admission of La République du Cameroun into membership in 1995 because, "we wanted the Commonwealth to first exert pressure on President Biya for meaningful change and respect of the rights of Southern Cameroonians in this dispensation."



Human Rights Issues

Operation-Stop killing with impunity.
Killing our people with impunity is the apex of the brutality and tyranny of the Cameroun regime on us, which is unacceptable but unfortunately a reality of our daily life.

Human Development Report Catches Cameroon Back-pedalling.
While Cameroon was considered medium on human development in 2004, it has now descended to the club of countries low on this aspect. Cameroon, however, occupies the third place in the 32 countries that are ranked lowest on human development.A student (Aloysius – Level 400 environmental science) executed during the Buea University protest.

Police Brutalise Journalists.
The police, at a checkpoint in Muea, Buea, November 10, brutalised two journalists travelling from Kumba to Limbe, sending one of them to the hospital.

Journalist To Sue Police For Brutality.
I have a case of torture against the State of Cameroon at the UN Human Rights Commission which was registered February 1, 2005, still on police brutality on my person. This one will update my case file at the UN Human Rights Commission," he said.


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Kohtem Murder:Intimidation As PI Ruling Is Adjourned.
Sympathisers of John Kohtem, murdered Balikumbat District Chairman, have expressed fears that the panel conducting Preliminary Inquiry, PI, into the former District Chairman's death, are being intimidated to delay the trial.


Murderer – Fon Doh




H.E Paul Biya delivers his Christmas present to the citizens of Cameroon!
Click on present to View!

What did Santa Paul have for supper last night?

a) A very spicy curry?

b) Very very hot pepper soup?


Click on the present to see Santa Biya deliver his gift to Cameroon!


Relocation program

Remember Eno Law Chambers of Buea and our Hall of Shame relocation programme?  Weve finally managed to sign the deed and complete all the formalities on their new residence. I felt so sorry for Barrister Eno, when I saw that photograph of Eno Charles staring out the window (see photo) of his chambers in Buea. My first though was that he looked like a caged animal behind those bars and he needed a permanent holiday down under (as Australia is often referred to) where he can take in some of that fresh sea air and sunshine we have lots of.  My second thought was for those Cameroonians whove suffered at the hand of this law chambers, through its merciless money grabbing, forged documents and lies.

Talk about killing two birds with one stone, not only getting to bring Eno The title deed to Eno chambers new Australian office.Chambers down under, but also to remove one of the South Wests thieving and cheating Barristers. We believe our accommodation is large enough to also house the chambers bail & bond boy, Tanyi Mbianyor (Dry Mbunga). We are currently awaiting their arrival and Im sure there are many who will wish them Bon Voyage (i.e.: good riddens to bad rubbish) as they leave on their journey. Click on the Title Deed to view the accommodation awaiting Eno Law Chambers. We have posted the invitation to the Chambers in Buea, and are now awaiting his arrival.

Barrister Eno Charles stares out the window of his chambers, dreaming of his trip “Down Under”.



Dear H.E. Paul Biya

Paul Biya before his “Divorce”.


Mr Biya,

23 Years of suffering. What can Biya boast of in the field of sports in 23 years? No football stadium built by him etc. In the field of education, YES HE ENCOURAGES BRAIN DRAIN because he does not like intellectuals. Those even recruited are even maltreated and dismissed. Take the example of researchers and teachers who were recruited and stayed for years without salary and finally they are dismissed.
23 years Cameroonians have not known justice and human rights or else such things will not happen. For 23 yrs Cameroon has been corrupt nation number one.
Paul Biya – President for life?  NO THANKS!For 23 years the salaries of civil servants have been reduced by over 200% and prices of commodities increased by over 1000%. For 23 years, scholarship for students at all level has been scraped off. For 23 years almost all our embassies abroad have been closed down e.g France embassy, which is now operating in somebodies apartment after the landlord chased them away. In Belgium and Spain the embassy is an eyesore. In Greece the embassy is operating in the sitting room of a Greek man so called honorary consul when we have so many Cameroonians to hold such post. In Britain, the embassy can’t pay its bills and is currently having some legal suits against it. In the US the corruption in the embassy has attracted the attention of FBI.
Look at our roads before Biya and the situation now. Wasteful 23 years, Mr Biya, kindly take stock and resign as Ahidjo did. 

Editors note: This comment was culled from the Post news article “Cameroonians score Biya’s 23 years stewardship”.

Cameroonians Score Biya’s 23 Years Stewardship.

Editors note: During the week an unconfirmed report by a police officer that there was a coup dEtat in Yaounde appeared on the web. The report was later confirmed as false, but caused some consternation in the press. Heres a comment that was attached to the original report.Mr Biya, please get off the train. There is no more fuel left!

"I wish the next coup alarm will be REAL. Biya has
clearly outlived his usefulness to the Cameroonian
people - if he was ever of any use in the first place.
The presidency is not his father's chair. His train
stopped at the station a long time ago but he refused
to get off. Now, he is just along for the ride with
no destination in mind. It is about time someone force
or push him from the train.''  (Name removed)


Where Did Biya Meet Cameroon And Where Has He Taken It To 23 Years after?
We have now arrived at an effete bourgeoisie that revels, in 23 years of a road to nowhere, in an uninhibited display of filthy wealth, while the mass of the people wallow in destitution and are stupefied by ignorance and disease. (Readers comment)

The Truth About…President Paul Biya.
Those who coined the HIPC appellation surely deliberately made it sound so derogatory to discourage countries from wanting to seek admission. Cameroon would not be dissuaded. As someone said in Pidgin,The vultures in government have picked Cameroon dry. "Government don sell shame buy disgrace." Our government has just signed the umpteenth economic deal with the Bretton Woods institutions.

19 Billion Dong Come! Chop Dong Come!
If the Bretton Woods institutions were not accomplices to the regime [both working against the people] they would have rather insisted that the money be used on projects that directly touch and are felt by the people in order to truly alleviate poverty .

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Investor’s Corner

Public Budgeting Debacle In Cameroon.
Poor financial management, poor implementation, lack of transparency and citizen participation are a few of the ills that have bedeviled the process. The Malaria Conference organizers heading out the back door with the loot!

Corruption Is A Plague Affecting Everyone.
Corruption is a Plague affecting everyone from top government officials to poor folks in the street.

Malaria Conference Organisers Accused Of Mismanaging Funds.
Another foreign official of MIM, said MIM is so disappointed that it was even contemplating suing the Yaounde conference for poor logistics, including hosting a conference of such standing in a dirty environment.



Next Months Newsletter.

Well, that’s it for this year. It’s been an interesting experience along the way. I’ve made many new friends (and a few enemies too, I hope) and continue to get a better understanding of the African culture, Cameroonian in particular. One of the problems is that when someone does attempt to do some good for those whose circumstances are less fortunate, the vultures quickly arrive and don’t depart till the bones have been picked dry. I can never agree with those who think this is a clever or satisfactory thing to do. That’s the lesson I learnt in Africa. Anyway, that was last year (well, the last four years actually!)

I guess that’s the beauty of life, that we never know what’s ahead and well….., what’s behind is behind. There’s a fresh new year ahead and who’s to know what it has in store for us? The newsletter will be back on the 1st of Feb and I’ll be taking a sorely needed break till then while I pursue other matters. My best wishes for the festive season to all the readers. I’m hoping that the New Year ahead rewards us with all we deserve, and if not!, There’s always the year after, and even the one after that. Just never lose hope.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.


P.S: Don’t forget to send me those testimonies before the 15th of January!

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