The Hall of SHAME!

"Birthday Edition"

Edition No:12     June 2006         Praise File Review.

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.


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Hall of Shame - Monthly newsletter

The next edition will be published on the 1st of July 2006 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,

I’d like to take this opportunity to offer my personal thanks to the many subscribers who actively participated in the development of the newsletter, by either sending material, forwarding the newsletter, or just by visiting the website and reading the material. The newsletter continues to grow from strength to strength, and I’m looking forward to this next year and the opportunity to use the experience gained through the last 12 months to develop the newsletter into something more substantial in the fight against corruption and injustice!

 Hall of Shame newsletter celebrates it’s milestone of being in continuous circulation for over a year. We were planning on doing a “Best of Popaul” this month, but decided that with the essence of this newsletter being a birthday celebration, we should put as positive a slant Happy Birthday Hall of Shame newsletter. Congratulations to everyone who assisted in this great possible on this edition. It is with this in mind, that we’ve put together a review of “Praise Files” that have appeared in the newsletter throughout the year.

The Hall of Shame Supreme Court is back in action next month with the commencement of our trial against SGBC & Societe Generale. There is still US $200 up for grabs for a quality photo of SGBC staff/feyman, Ndoumbe Lottin & Francois Ngouania.

Don’t forget to scroll down the page and see Chantal’s bad/big hair day, plus our winning entry in the anti-corruption song competition. Don’t be to disappointed on missing the “Best of Popaul” as it will appear in the upcoming August newsletter. Till next month,

All the best,  Glenn

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My 2 Cents !



Has Biya’s anti-corruption train derailed, before it has even left the station?

The latest in a very long line of anti-corruption drives appears to have failed with barely a whimper. What began several months ago as a very noisy affair designed to get the attention of those who’d decide whether Cameroon had fulfilled it’s obligations as a HIPC and achieved debt relief, has now passed with the usual few scapegoats served up in a media frenzy.

Call me stupid, but I thought the purpose of debt reduction in countries classified as HIPC, was to improve the miserable existence suffered by the population, or that’s at least how those “generous” benefactor countries sold it to the world! That this debt relief exercise was put in place to aid theIs Paul Biya prepared to sink Cameroon to continue loading his personal foreign bank accounts? suffering masses in Africa?
The irony of the situation is that the Cameroon government spent the last year striving to prove itself as a Heavily Indebted Poor Country, by driving the living standard of it’s citizens to levels lower than ever experienced before. But achieve it, it did! By making the population suffer to its limits, just to show how Cameroon deserved to achieve the status of HIPC.

In 1982, Biya took the reigns of a rich and healthy country on it’s way to being the jewel of Africa, but in the last 24 years the country has been sucked dry by the thieving vultures who’ve hoarded state monies in foreign accounts. Nearly all basic infrastructure has eroded at the hands of the ruling party, impassable roads, hospitals with no medicine, schools with no teachers and a larger number of Cameroonians living in poverty and abuse like never before. Not to mention the numerous banking institutions ransacked of citizens money through corruption and government theft, and a corrupt and lawless judiciary. In recent years Cameroon was deservedly given the accolade of the “Worlds most corrupt country” on two occasions. All this was long before anyone had heard of a HIPC.

So what exactly is the World bank & IMF rewarding, with this debt relief? Is it that the leader of this HIPC country recently purchased a Boeing 767 from a Saudi Arabian Prince for his personal use, whilst the national airline (Camair) was collapsing? What about the 500% increase in embezzled money being deposited in foreign bank accounts during the last 2 years! What about the continued human rights abuses? Only a week ago two citizens over 80 years old were arrested and detained without charge in Bamenda. The list is just to long to continue…….

So whilst the Biya government caused further suffering on the populationPaul Biya is laughing all the way to his Swiss bank account and naught has been achieved towards improving Cameroonians hardships. to achieve the HIPC completion point, the International community reward him for meeting the stringent HIPC guidelines. Does the International community think this is some humanitarian gesture, or are they themselves participating in the human rights abuses suffered by Cameroonians? I would like to suggest that the agents of the “Benefactor countries” travel to anywhere in Cameroon (especially the Northwest & Southwest provinces) and take a look at the reality of daily suffering Cameroonians experience under the corrupt government they are supporting, rather than sitting at the Hilton in Yaoundé sipping champagne bought with monies misappropriated from those they declare they are helping.

I daresay that Paul Biya is laughing all the way to his Swiss bank account and naught has been achieved towards improving Cameroonians hardships. This whole debt relief business has no humanitarian agenda at all. Certainly not in this country!

What a joke!      “Le Cameroun c’est le Cameroun”

That's my 2 cents.

Cameroon Has Been In Waste For 20 Years- Nyansako Ni-Nku
Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon, PCC, Rt. Rev. Nyansako Ni-Nku has said Cameroon's last 20 years have been a period of waste and prayed that with her abundant resources, the country should not stoop so low as to solicit the world's sympathy again.

Praise File #8

Pius Njawe


Pius Njawe in His Own Words: "Never a Prisoner"

One of Africa’s utmost press freedom heroes, Cameroonian journalist Pius Njawe has faced relentless harassment by the authorities throughout his career. In the past thirty years he has been arrested 126 times and served prison time on three different occasions. Despite ongoing adversities, Njawe continues to publish his newspaper Le Messager. In 1993, he was awarded the WAN Golden Pen of Freedom in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the independent press in his country.

Pius wrote this article for the World Association of Newspapers on the Occasion of the World Press Freedom Day.

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Media Link

Click here to view full size images of this final phase of Paul Biya's trial.

Click above to read  how Pauyl Biya’s internet trial has been followed by the Cameroon media.

NEWS - June 2006 

A customs officer stands guard over $1.03m worth of elephant tusks smuggled into Hong Kong on a shipping container from Cameroon.HK customs seizes 3.9 tons of elephant tusks
Hong Kong Customs examined the container with the mobile X-ray vehicle scanning system at Kwai Chung Customhouse on Tuesday and found the elephant tusks inside a concealed compartment. The container originated from Douala, Cameroon, and was shipped to Hong Kong on May 3. It was declared to be carrying timber.

FCFA 700 Billion HIPC Money To Transit Through France
Asked why the FCFA 700 billion would have to make the round trip, it was said that France would enjoy the profits generated by money if banked in France, whereas Cameroon would be the one to enjoy if the money is banked here in the country.Tole tea estate - Another Southern Cameroons asset being squandered by the regime in Yaounde.

Cry the murder of a beloved Community
“CDC should not be auctioned and the inappropriate sale of the tea estates should be revoked. Government should be seen to be preventing illegalities and not abetting or perpetrating it”.

Customers Plan To Burn Kumba Post Office
Customers of the Kumba Post office are planning to burn the institution over what they describe as government's failure to respect their 10 percent payment, which has caused hardship, death and frustration in their families.


Southern Cameroons flag.

May 20 – A day of Mourning!


May 20th - "The Soul of the Nation and Ancestors in Mourning"
By Nfor N. Nfor (National Vice Chairman, SCNC)Southern Cameroons resource rich country.
Southern Cameroons is a different and distinct nation.  With its own international boundaries defined by international treaties, it is not an integral part of La Republique du Cameroun. Southern Cameroonians are Not citizens of La Republique du Cameroun. They are by culture, history and international law citizens of SOUTHERN CAMEROONS. They are not
français Camerounais.

Is May 20 A Day Of Mourning Or Celebration?
The celebration of May 20 by some Anglophones is an act of treachery against themselves, their families, their people and their land. Anglophones should be aware that this day marks the commencement of the ill treatment given to them by Francophones. This referendum was illegal in concept, procedure and application.



By Bibiana Wagiari Bih

Their voices were loud and clear as Southern Cameroonians protested peacefully in front of the British embassy in Brussels.
As decided by the Southern Cameroons community both at home and in the Diaspora  to make this years 20th May celebration a day of National mourning and demonstrations, the Southern Cameroons community in Belgium led By Chairman Morfaw Rene and Lawrence Ewane Ngole were out in Black to mourn the enslavement of the Southern Cameroons.

In a peaceful demonstration in front of the  British embassy in Brussels which lasted one hour commencing from 2.30PM to 3.30PM, Southern Cameroonians sang and called on the British government who were part of the creation of the  Southern Cameroons problem to come and be part of the solution.

With placards and posters reading, RESTORE THE INDEPENDENCE OF SOUTHERN CAMEROONS,FREE THE SOUTHERN CAMEROONS, NO TO HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSE,SOUTHERN CAMEROONIANS ARE STATELESS, The SCNC in asked the British authority to mount pressure on the government of La Republique du Cameroon to amongst others release with immediate effect all Southern Cameroonians languishing in detention all over La Republique du Cameroon. Her majesty’s government was also asked to table the Southern Cameroons case for independence at the United nations general assembly.Southern Cameroons protesters outside the British Embassy in Brussels on the 20th May 2006.

In a four page strong worded petition to the Prime Minister of Britain, the  demonstrators express  indignation the sloppy, shoddy and inattentive attitude the UK’s government was responding to the numerous petitions, demonstrations and memorandums Southern Cameroonians were organising all over the world. According to them, Southern Cameroonians have legitimately expected that Her Majesty’s Government should come to their aid in a means of correcting the historical wrong she did to the people of Southern Cameroons 45 years ago.

Click here to read the full petition delivered to the British Prime Minister.

They accused the British government of adding  insult onto injury giving a deaf ear to the plights of the Southern Cameroonians by romancing and dinning  with the Yaoundé regime at the detriment of Southern Cameroonians. Evidence of this romance is when in  1995, Britain stabbed Southern Cameroons in the Back by allowing La Republique du Cameroun to join the Common Wealth of Nations. The petitioners stated that Cameroons admission into the common wealth of Nation has benefited nothing to the Southern Cameroonians. Citing the case of the just ended Common Wealth Games in Australia where Southern Cameroonian athletes were sidelined for French speaking Cameroonians, the SCNC called on the British Government and the Common Wealth of Nations to come to the assistance of Southern Cameroonians before they are silently extinct from the map.


SCNC Militants March In Sack Cloths    

Members of the Southern Cameroons National Council, SCNC, Kumba, roamed the streets of Kumba Town from May 18 - 20 in sack cloths to commemorate the national day. They walked the streets vociferating the assimilation of Southern Cameroons under emergency laws.

According to leaflets signed by Nfor Ngala Nfor, National Vice Chairman of the SCNC, which the militants circulated in the town, May 20 represents the day on which Southern Cameroons was reduced to a colony, losing her freedom and the right to equality with citizens of La Republique du Cameroun.

According to the leaflets, out of 37 ministers only one is from Anglophone Cameroon, 38 Secretary Generals with two Anglophones, 34 Ambassadors with three from Southern Cameroon, 10 Governors with one Anglophone, 27 Army Generals with two Anglophones, 280 Divisional Officers with only 12 Anglophones, 32 Director Generals with no Anglophone and out of 8000 police recruited in 2002, only 60 were Anglophones.

The leaflets also stated that 40 out of 55 commonwealth scholarships awarded to Cameroon went to Francophones, and all Francophonie scholarships went to Francophones. 
By Olive Ejang Tebug

Law Without Boundaries:Marginalisation Of Anglophones As Human Right Violation
The fact that Anglophone Cameroonians are constantly marginalized by the power that be is not a novelty to many Cameroonians and the international community. They are not only being treated as second-class citizens but the French have decided systematically and with impunity to destroy all the good economic potentials in the Anglophone community.

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Human Rights Issues


Amnesty International: 2006 Report - Cameroon
Human rights defenders under threat : Unlawful detention for sexual orientation :
Southern Cameroons National Council : Denial of freedom of expression : Harsh prison conditions :
Torture and ill-treatment : Violence against women : Death penalty : AI country visits

Protesters continue to raise awareness of Human Rights abuses in Cameroon.SCNC Leaders Rearrested
Leaders of the Southern Cameroons National Council, SCNC, who were last week arrested and detained in Oku, Bui Division and later released, have been rearrested and detained in Bamenda.

Detained SCNC Leaders' Health Deteriorates
"Subjecting people above 65 years to such conditions amounts to silent genocide aimed at breaking their psychological, physical, moral and spiritual power towards self-determination, which is the highest principle of International Law,"

 Abattoirs In The Name Of Detention Houses In Cameroon
As I stretched my head into it, an overpowering scent came on me like that of a decomposed corpse and indeed it was the wounds of one young man beaten by 117, the special brutal police intervention unit. I was treated to the same rituals.

Asylum Seekers Enjoy Cameroon's Poor Human Rights Record
Every October 1, militants of the SCNC are, in one way or the other, harassed, tortured and others subjected to the worst forms of inhuman and degrading treatment.

New Law Traps Police, Gendarmes
If the new Criminal procedure code is well applied, the arbitrary arrests and detention of citizens by the forces of law and order will be a thing of the past, come next August. The accusatorial system, which upholds theChild labour is very common in la republique du Cameroun. presumption of innocence until proven guilty by a court of competent jurisdiction

Child Labour Alarming In Cameroon
Child labour is very common in la republique du Cameroun. Another ill of that society is the common practice of teachers preying young girls (sex in return for marks), employers preying their secretaries, the rich class contaminating innocent girls, etc. (Reader Comment)

Government Bans Bishop's Press Conference
Government slammed a ban on the press conference organized by the National Episcopal Conference of Cameroon in Yaounde, May 12.The press conference was aimed at launching a report on the conduct of the 2004 Presidential elections and proposals on the amendment of electoral law.



Fon Doh’s 1ST 12 Days In JailFon Doh is awoken by a cacophony of sounds and sights. The jeers are coming principally from the main prison ward.
It is 5 A.M this Thursday April 13, 2006. Fon Doh is awoken by a cacophony of sounds and sights. The jeers are coming principally from the main prison ward. Prisoners intentionally direct the jeers at Fon Doh. They expect him to get up and join them in their morning chores.

CDC Privatisation Dust Whirls On
The dust from the privatisation of the former Cameroon Development Corporation, CDC, tea estates is far from settling. Tole Tea Estate, Buea, has proved to be the most daunting company to have been privatised.

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1st PrizeHall of Shame newsletter receives 1st prize for its entry "Paul Biya na tifman".!

National Song And Drama Contest Against Corruption Launched
A national song and drama contest has been launched by a Limbe-based NGO, Civil Initiatives for Development with Integrity, CIDI, in a bid to bolster the national fight against corruption. An announcement to this effect states that the contest, which has as its theme, "Corruption" is open to individuals, schools and groups who are interested.

At “Hall of Shame” we realize that our song "Paul Biya na tifman" which was entered into the anti-corruption competition may have been a little to hot for the judges to handle, and we are not surprised that the competition closing date has passed without us hearing a whisper. So we decided to submit the song to our own group of Judges, to see if the song had merit in several areas such as; theme content, creativity, poetic structure & rhythm. After thorough scrutiny of the song, the Judges came back declaring a resounding achievement in all categories and awarded it 1st prize! We don’t like to gloat to often here at the newsletter, but we think this song is a bloody ripper. So here’s another look at our wining entry.


If you tif tifman ye money you don do good

Paul Biya na tifman

Paul Biya na tif man
Hey wa
I say Biya Bi Mvondo na tif man
Hey wa wa wa wa wa hey wa!

Ye first name na Tifman
Ye last name na Biya
I say Biya Bi Mvondo na tifman
Hey wa wa wa wa wa hey wa!

Ninety-Nine day for tif man
One day for the owners oh
Biya na tifman hey
Hey wa wa wa wa wa hey wa!

But if you tif country ye money your last name na Biya

If you tif tifman ye money you don do good
But if you tif country ye money your last name na Biya
I say Biya na Tif man
Hey wa wa wa wa wa hey wa

I say Biya na Tif man

Simal time ropi go tie yi karnass
Hey wa
Then they go wrap yi bangala
Hey wa
Chantou I di sorry na you my sister
Hey wa wa wa wa wa hey wa.
Ohhhhh hey wa
Hey wa wa wa wa wa hey wa
I sayyyyyyyyyyyyyy
Hey wa wa wa wa wa hey wa.
Hey wa wa wa wa wa hey
Ahmadou Ahidjo
Hey wa wa wa wa wa hey wa.
Mamfe – Bamenda
Hey wa wa wa wa wa hey wa.
Bami- Beti
Hey wa wa wa wa wa hey wa
Hausa- Tipouri
Hey wa wa wa wa wa hey wa.
How you i enjoy ma song?

Hey wa wa wa wa wa hey wa

Hey wa wa wa wa wa hey waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Tchack tchack Frippp Pooommmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Hall Of Praise!
File Review


Praise File #1

Cardinal Christian Wiygham Tumi

Cardinal Christian Wiygham Tumi.

Cardinal Tumi is selected for our praise file this month. He is a man of character who has lived as a mentor and disciple maker to young people all over the world. A prelate who encourages enculturation when he said, “The real problem is not that of the rapport between the Gospel and culture, but that of the rapport between the new Christian traditions with those that have monopolized Christianity. ... Throughout the history of Christianity, 'Christianists' have attributed to God political or cultural choices that conform to certain interests."

            As such, he has resisted the corrupt government of Biya by speaking out loud against corruption and lack of better governance despite attempts at his life. When good people stay silent, evil people become addicted to their evil and make the good people pay. We all should learn from this man to speak out against evil and corrupt practices.

Tumi's Service To Humanity Rewarded.
His Eminence Cardinal Christian Tumi was on a six-day visit to Los Angeles, USA, recently, during which he was awarded an emblem in recognition of his services to humanity.

Praise File #2

Ni John Fru Ndi


Ni John Fru Ndi

Ni John Fru Ndi, is the chairman of the Social Democratic Front (SDF). He gave the voiceless Cameroonians a voice by starting a political party that was not welcome at the time. Fru Ndi is a very honest and diligent man. He has stood his grounds rather than be corrupted by the Cameroonian government. Due to his out spoken nature the Cameroonian government has been toeing the line to an extent. He is influenced by his Christian beliefs, which make him to speak against corruption and nepotism without fear. Cameroonians should give him a thumbs up. Let me end with this quote of his, “It is the role of government to provide an environment that liberates the forces of creativity in a country. Problems should be a challenge, not an alibi to a government; leaders are measured not only by their success but also by their striving".

Praise File #3

Prince and PA Hamilton Ayuk


Prince and PA Hamilton Ayuk

A young dynamic and theological scholar nicknamed Jesusman who is nothing less than a mobile Bible. Though controversial because of his objectivity, he is a show window of what a modern day preacher should be; versed in almost all fields. An intrepid man of his words that would shy not from his detractors no matter their number. The closer you get to know him, the more you want to be the friend of this jovial and always smiling preacher. He is changing the way the Bible was interpreted and preached with his practical Christianity of mentoring and assisting those who need help even at his expense. He is an author, poet, playwright, teacher, clergy and translator. May we end with his words “Plastic surgery may repair a damaged face but a plastic smile will not do for a miserable life” and “Life is like a mysterious highway. At times we bypass those who would have made us happy on the other side of the road either because of one sidetrack or myopia”.

Praise File #4

Paul Mapouth Eugene

1949 - 2004


Paul Mapouth Eugene

Sadly, while this months recipient is no longer with us in body, his spirit stands beside me as it has from the first time we met. This is no lament over a friend lost, but a homage to a character who’s attributes embodied all that is positive. As such “Uncle Paul’s” position alongside the likes of Prince & PA Hamilton Ayuk, Cardinal Tumi & Ni John Fru Ndi is not out of place as a fine Cameroonian and a splendid citizen of humanity.

            Mr. Paul Mapouth Eugene was born in 1949 in Victoria to Pa Labep Eugene and Mama Emma Labep Eugene, both of blessed memory. He attended the Native Authority (NA) school Victoria. From there he gained admission into Sacred Heart College Mankon, Bamenda in 1964, obtaining his London G.C.E ‘O’ level in 1969. He then worked briefly for CDC, Tiko, as a junior field assistant. In July 1971 he left for CIAT Ngaoundere and came out as a marine officer in the Navy. After a truncated service in the navy he left for Nigeria. There he taught in Enuda High School, Imo State (now Abia State). In the course of time he went into business spanning the territories of Nigeria and Cameroon.

“Uncle Paul” the appellation affiliated to him till his demise was friendly, agreeable, humourous and singular in any crowd. He was a staunch supporter of Victoria United FC (OPOPO).

Luckily I’m writing the story of the 2 years “Uncle” and I spent together under extreme and stressful circumstances. To me he was a friend, mentor, educator & protector, who’s praises I sing to all who’ll listen. When I’m often asked about the type of people Cameroonians are, Uncle Paul is the person who comes to mind. He did his all to see that I returned safely to my family and that my experience in his country was balanced with positive aspects.

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.


Praise File #6


Ntumfor Barrister Nico Halle


Ntumfor Barrister Nico Halle.

Ntumfor Barrister Nico Halle is an indefatigable campaigner for peace ,harmony, tranquillity and has a canny mantle for a united North West Province. If there is any member of Cameroon’s National Election Observatory that supervised free, fair and transparent election without a stain on his reputation, Ntumfor Halle, also North West Fons Union Ambassador and Spokesperson is that one person.
Prior to Cameroon Presidential polls, this courageous fine brain treaded where even angels could not dare. He caused ballot boxes to be removed from Fon’s palaces including the one in the Lion’s den in Balikumbat.

Traditional rulers should do politics but without infringing on people’s rights. Reason why he condemns in strong terms traditional rulers who take sides in politics and even compel their subjects to join them through coercion, duress, force or outright gruesome murders to frighten them vote for their own candidates when subjects have theirs.
His God fearing nature, humility and respect to all and sundry ;his anti smear campaign, anti corruption, bad governance, human rights abuses, condemnation of dictatorial regimes and an unquenchable flair for the development of Cameroon and his Province of origin puts him at odd with many a politicians who appreciate his popularity with an increasing nervous hallucination.

            EXAMPLE. When Ntumfor Nico initiated North West Development Forum after successfully electrifying and building a magnificent Fon’s Palace during his tenure as a Village Development Association President, NW Government Ministers and some political gasbags became so frightened that they quickly hijacked this million dollar idea and adulterated it as North West Development Partnership incorporating only CPDM supporters and militants as members.
udos to Ntumfor because NWP, Cameroon’s Political capital-birth place of Biya`s ruling CPDM and main opposition SDF party of Fru Ndi-is now in one piece- without tribal skirmishes and electoral violence, thanks to Ntumfor Nico`s reconciliation prowess most especially given that his reconciliation out of the court angered some venal judicial and legal gurus who thought and saw an opportunity to make money from poor North Westerners. Today, Ntumfor is Chairman of All African Conference of Church’s transitional team and prays to God everyday for the betterment of NW and Cameroon.

Praise File #7


Professor Cornelius Lambi Mbifung


Professor Cornelius Lambi Mbifung

Professor Cornelius Lambi Mbifung is someone to reckon with. Taking over UB under a state of emergency and military hold up decreed by the dictatorial grand mother, Dorothy Njeuma, hater of dialogue, Prof. Lambi made it clear that there were no taboo issues at UB. Dialogue, he introduced with the Student Leaders and put a full-stop to the strike and fear that had so far characterised life in UB. Then, the Convocation outlawed by Dorothy was reintroduced on Jan 28th 2006.
"Human body" Lambi once said "one can only digest food not bullets and killings that Njeuma had introduced in UB” and when proper convocation or graduation ceremony took place there was a rich package for the Anglophone populace. A University Teaching Centre will now be opened in Buea for the training of medical Doctors and by 2007, Distant learning for Nursery and Primary Schools' practicing teachers leading to a BA in Education, as obtained all over the world especially in this era of Information Technology will commence in the University of Buea. Cameroon Injustice Hall of Shame says "Kudos" Prof.

At UB Convocation Ceremony : Lambi Announces Takeoff Of Medicine Dept.
Prof. Lambi saw in the 10th Convocation ceremony, a reconciliation tool for the university community. "This convocation clearly demonstrates that the university community has reconciled with itself on the one hand, and has brought widespread satisfaction and won the acclamation of the Cameroonian public on the other hand.

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Photographs Wanted ($200 US each)

We are still missing a few “Shame File” photos. In the interest of seeing that none of these crooks escape under the Hall of Shame radar, we decided to double the incentive to (US $200). Barrister Mbi (Solomon Chambers) is still hiding in Kumba for some lucky photographer, (snapped!). The last I knew, the SGBC Manager & Assistant Manager were both at the Limbe SGBC branch. As for the Chief of Territorial Surveillance in Buea, he is a large Bayangi man and was there in 2002 / 2003 (Governors Office building). He can be identified by Inspector Enow Stephen Etengeneng of Buea Judicial Police. Further helpful information on these “Shame File Fugitives” locations can be requested by contacting me at the address below. Photos must be of similar quality to those used in previous shame files. Good luck with the snapping. If you can send me a photograph of any of those people listed below, and it is published on the shame file, a payment of $200 US shall be made to the sender. The personal details of any senders shall remain completely confidential and shall be known only to myself. Photos can be forwarded to

Why not get some cash and at the same time let me expose them for their corrupt ways?

Like I said, “This is your site too”.


SGBC, Limbe. Manager - Ndoumbe Lottin.

SGBC, Limbe. Assistant Manager - Francois Ngouania.

Justice J. F. Fonkwe - Fako Appeals Court Judge. Buea

Chief of Territorial Surveillance, Buea. (Governors Office - large Bayangi man)


Photograph Caption


What's Chantal hiding under that wig?


a) Customers missing funds from Campost Savings bank?

b) A bullet proof skull cap? (In case Paul decides to divorce her!)
c) Spare skin whitening lotions?

d) Jeanne Irene's will, to deprive Frank of his mother's wealth?

e) Special potion to finish with Edzoa in jail?


What is Chantal hiding under the wig?

Investor’s Corner


Third World  Cash Exodus “Points to Laundering”.Foreign investors would be better of to flush their money down the toilet than to lose it to the corruption riddled government in Cameroon!
Money flowing into UK bank accounts from developing countries has surged in the past few years...with inflows from Cameroon up 516 per cent...The scale of the exodus of capital from countries with major social problems will raise fears of massive corruption and money laundering that will hurt the welfare of the world's most vulnerable people.

Frenchman Dies Mysteriously In Douala Hotel

Another Expatriate Dies Mysteriously in Douala Hotel
After the mysterious discovery of the corpse of a Frenchman by name Francois Bernard barely a few weeks ago in Hotel Le Méridien in Douala, the corpse of another expatriate, this time of German nationality was on the evening of Friday 5 May,2006 also discovered dead in one of the suits of Hotel Ibis here in Douala.

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Next Months Newsletter.

There just never seems enough time or space to cover all our projects each month, just a prioritized list that sees us slowly shuffle the important matters to the top of the heap. Campost & the PostJust another day at the office for the thieves who operate SGBC bank. office savings bank has become a priority next month, (that’s if Post Office Bank customers haven’t burnt all the branches to the ground in frustration at their losses). Maybe all the money fell into a Swiss bank account?

No more excuses, we’re ready for SGBC & Societe Generale next month. Now’s the time to either “Put up or Shut up” and as you’ve guessed we’re going to “Put up”, so those thieving banks had better go and book some extra time with their lawyers next month. (I only hope they leave their guns at home this time!) Next month, The Hall of Shame Supreme Court is back in action as we take on the tifmen stealing customer’s money from behind the counter in SGBC Banks.

Next month we'll also begin putting up for viewing, some simple pieces of evidence that have been before the Fako High Court in my own pending matter. It will show the callous theft and corruption that is spread throughout the court, and guaranteed to scare any investor from attempting to conduct business with such lawlessness in the Cameroon judiciary.


How Banks In Cameroon Frustrate Clients.
Until government intervenes directly to make things better for the public, the latter will continue to writhe in the frustration of unscrupulous "bank" managers and their colleagues.

Till next month,  Take care,  Glenn              



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