The Hall of SHAME!

Edition No:2     July 2005

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 this anonymity, that is fiercely protected by those involved, that corruption heads down its unbending path. It is these 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 August 2005 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.

First edition received 117 subscribers !


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 with 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.

My 2 Cents !

I was reading the article about the 8-live concerts organized by BONO-the Irish/Scottish music icon to raise money for the poor African masses. As an African, I feel what Africa needs the most is removal of the corrupt systems/regimes of the like of Mr. Biya from power.

Secondly, the G8 summit should not cancel the debts, they should instead use the bonds or money to directly improve the local systems that will strategically support themselves. If you cancel Mr. Biya's debt you're saying to him” you can go get yourself a second personal plane*. It's disgusting!

I agree totally with some of your thoughts. I think there are so many better ways to really improve life for people in Africa rather than what is proposed. Maybe they are all happy to stick another bandaid on, and hope it goes away for a while, (again). It doesn't make sense to me. Would you feed a starving person today, to let them starve in a month, year or decade? They should be thinking about real means that allow people dignity and the means to support their family. Education, jobs & decent medical help are what is needed not a "free feed" that the individual will probably never see. I absolutely hate what those tyrants of Africa do, (and what they allowed to get away with). The world should be making sure that the debt money is invested in the future of the country (health, education, better economy, jobs etc) and that thieving tyrants are stamped out. But what do they do? Offer those tyrants the biggest pie they'll ever see and have a concert. I do think that awareness is a very good thing, but feel that it's all mostly orchestrated by the powers that be to keep the status quo and benefit their own counties more than Africa. Just my thoughts.

All the best, Glenn



SHAME File No: 1

Name: Pauline Kono,  Mines & Power, Limbe

Residence: Isokolo, Limbe.

Pauline Kono is a aunt of Enow Brillian Ayuk. I was introduced to her as a relative and the owner of a Satellite television business at mile 4. Pauline brokered the purchase of the house at Towe Quarter in Limbe, drawing innocent relatives of her husband ( Nkumo & Madam Tsala, from Yaounde who owned the compound) into her scheme. The full story on this is on the main page of the website under the heading (Compound, Plot 67 Towe Quarter). Pauline pocketed 2 million cfa and used a lawyer from Solomon Chambers in Kumba to write false documents, using her office at Mines & Power to commit the theft. There is a chapter in my book on the actions of Pauline Kono, describing how she advised Enow Brillian in all facets of the scam. (I wonder if Pauline remembers the day I begged for her help as a human being, and she turned and walked away?  I do! ). All I have to say to Pauline at this time is “SHAME on you Pauline Kono”. You greeted me into your house at Sikolo and even gave me a chicken to take home and kill for supper, then you stole from me. All the while pretending to welcome me into your family. Then you were caught and did everything you could to cover your actions. (Read Investigations, main page. Death Threats, Madam Agbor).
“Pauline Kono, you are a thief, a liar & a cheat”.


SHAME File No: 2

Name:Bisong Etahoben, ( Weekly Post Editor )

Residence: Buea

Aliases: Chief Bisong Etahoben,

               Thief Bisong Etahoben,

           Chop die Etahoben.


Bisong Etahoben makes his debut on the shame file as Cameroon’s most shameful newspaper editor.  Using the lies of a discredited Barrister (Eno Charles Agbor) and a Limbe town prostitute (Enow Brillian Ayuk), Etahoben printed a two page article in his newspaper. The article was to coincide with my return to the Fako High Court in April 2003, and was designed to achieve the final theft of my property. (My property is still being held in trust by the Fako High Court). Etahoben’s article made claims of murder, drug trafficking, gun running, pornography etc. There is no need for me to go on as the article can be read in it’s entirety , Weakly Post Article "Is The Judiciary In Cameroon For Sale?". Not only did Etahoben (a self made chief) write this scurrilous filth, he tried to add some type of credibility to his article by claiming that information came from a source in Australia!  Shame on you Etahoben, you are a liar. I doubt if you could even find Australia on a map!

 I now ask you (in public) to show a single piece of evidence to support any claim you have made in your article. As I know this is not possible, I await your public apology as the only way this filthy article of yours will ever be put to rest.

Your article has now widely travelled and is a sad representation of your journalism, intellect and moral character. Many others involved in this matter committed their shame behind closed doors, but you happily put yours out there for all to see. Congratulations on your well deserved entry into Cameroon’s “Hall of Shame - Shame File”

I go for Buea I see some man Etahoben,

Enow Brillian and Etahoben tif my money,

Na weti be man ney na weti be this world eh?

Shame shame shame oh, shame shame shame oh.


Photographs Wanted ($100 US each)

I am seeking good quality photographs for future editions of the shame file. 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 $100 US shall be made to the sender. The personal details of any senders shall remain completely confidential and shall be known only by myself. Photos can be forwarded to Maybe even one or two of those listed has caused you or your family some grievance? 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

Justice A. K. Nana - Fako Appeals Court Judge. Buea

Justice Lebong Morfaw Chibili - Fako High Court Judge. Buea

Magistrate Ketuanze Jacob – Limbe Deputy State Council.

Barrister Eno Charles Agbor – Eno Law Chambers, Buea.

Barrister Tanyi Mbianyor – Eno Law Chambers, Buea.

Barrister Mbi – Solomon Chambers, Kumba.

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

Robert Agbor Toko - Limbe. ( Investigations - Robert Toko)

Eugene Kankou- New Town, Limbe. (Investigations - Eugene Kankou)



This months feature is the Campost debacle, in which thousands of citizens lost there life savings. The financial crisis that has continued to rock the Cameroon Postal Services, CAMPOST, may ruin Cameroon's chances of reaching the Completion Point of the Highly Indebted Poor Countries Initiative, HIPC-I in 2006 as planned.  A CAMPOST source qualified the crisis as a stinking racket in which some workers embezzled customers' savings. "Many CAMPOST workers created fake accounts in order to siphon customers' savings," he said. Speculation is that involvement in the fraud, reaches the upper levels of Government.  After reading stories of customers dying for lack of the cost of medical care, you can only feel the heartlessness of this current government and their lack of responsibility to the woes of the people.


Three stories, I’ll be following and updating as they progress are, 1) This shocking story of Bernard Afuh Weriwo. I’m sorry to post another picture, but if this helps sensitize many to this type of brutality and discourage it, then Weriwo’s demise has not been in vain.  2) The Buea University student deaths. As this matter now progresses through the Fako High court, it promises to be a case that will expose the Judiciary to all its short comings. This will be a feature story in the next newsletter, as the Fako High Court and it’s operations are closely scrutinized.  3) The Murder of John Kohtem. I’ve followed this matter from the beginning with interest, watching as the matter has manoeuvred through the courts. In September 04, I wrote a letter to Lord Avebury, Cameroon Campaign Group, voicing opinions on the matter.


The Dangerous Fallouts Of UB Strike.

Special Report: The University Of Buea Crisis.

Meme Chiefs Want Killers Of UB Students Tried.

Trauma Centre Calls For Immediate Trial Of Students Killers.

Students at Buea Hospital

New Features

Some new features we’re going to try on a regular basis are, Dear HE Paul Biya, where you are free to write a letter on any issue to the head of state and each month, I’ll print one of them.  A Photo Caption section will be posted and be open to any thought (humorous or serious) you may wish to pass onto other readers (One line only). I’ll also share some of the fan mail I receive in the, Glenn’s Mail Bag section each month. Feel free to offer suggestions to improve the quality & purpose of the newsletter.


From his office window in Buea , what’s the Southwest  Governor saying to the Post Office victims, as they take their case to the top?

1)  nah nah nahnah nah, you can’t get me from up here!

2)  I am studying the situation, calm down, we shall pay you later!

3)  did people dem di wait for jesus. I go come give them bread


Dear HE Paul Biya


Hi Mr. Biya.

             I am a Cameroonian but studying in Uganda. You need to visit Uganda and see for yourself what a nation with a bad history is doing to improve on her status. I think I should use this forum to inform you that you are an idiot. You have all the resources but because of selfishness and foolish pride, you've decided to keep everything to yourselves and those with which you share your selfishness. Your brain is underdeveloped and I believe we need to update your brain software. Yeah sure. That's because Cameroon has all the resources, natural, but you and France have connived to eat it up while the anglophone community, which is the riches, suffers. God punish you.

Posted by: MGB | June 23, 2005 02:28 PM


Paul Biya Buys New plane!

Editors note: This message was culled from responses to a published article on, “Cameroon Government’s failure to benefit from the G8 debt cancellations“.


Glenn’s MAIL BAG

Now here’s a tasty bit of fan mail I received from Buea a few months back. It was posted on a public network, so I feel free to re-post it here.  Glenn.

From: irff cameroon <>
Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2005 10:14:02 -0800 (PST)

Please do forward to Eugene and Glenn Wilson and to Manyunet

Dear Enow Eugene/Glenn Wilson,

I have been following with a lot of interest the thrash you guys have been posting on Manyunet. I thought the reason why the website was created was for people of good will to bring up creative and constructive ideas that will forward the development of manyu and Cameroon. It is rather disgusting to see what you scumbags are trying to turn the website to. Yes, it is true that assholes like you Mr. Enow Eugene could go the extra mile just for a few francs, you can even sell your own mother to a white man just as you are trying to hang a Manyu girl at the altar of some white fool who calls himself Glenn Wilson. What Glenn Wilson should know here is that if he thinks he can fumble with the law of Cameroon and go free then he is making a very big mistake, he goes as far as accusing judges of failing to perform their duties, where and when did Glenn Wilson study law?. Let it be known to you two that the Cameroonian authority is closely watching the return of Glenn Wilson and his bagboy to Cameroon, and the day that will happen Glenn Wilson will get to taste the law.

You Glenn Wilson, think we have forgotten about your criminal activities in Limbe, we know of them all, we know of your traffic on marijuana, we know of the pornography, we know of the clandestine goods  imported to Cameroon, we know you were the boss of a gang of bandits who were terrorizing the Limbe neighborhood, we know that you have not been  paying your custom duties on goods brought to Cameroon, we now know that you and your friend Enow Eugene were responsible for the rape of miss Bih Justin in church street Limbe, we know of all your hideous crimes, we know of them all, and one day you will have to answer for them. How in hell do you think you can walk into Cameroon, a very peaceful country to that matter and have the guts to blast up a car in front of the American Embassy? Who ever told you such barbarism existed in Cameroon?  Who ever said you can transport barbarism from Australia to Cameroon? Who told you that Glenn Wilson.

            Be it known here that you Glenn Wilson are the filthiest nonentity that has ever entered Cameroon from Australia, and the law is patiently waiting for you. We are going to investigate to the last drop your purported involvement in the traffic of human organs in Cameroon, you must answer for all your crimes some day. Spread this news to all your collaborators.

You white pig.




Editors  note: Strangely this mail came through a Mr Soter Tarh, a close collaborator and underling of that Chief Bisong (See Shame File). After a check of the Cameroon Bar Assoc roll, it is known that the Barristers name is fictitious. Still it has all the hall marks, and some of what is said leads me to believe that Barrister Eno Charles Agbor of Eno Chambers Buea, had a hand in this. Barrister Eno previously stated “The Australian will leave Cameroon on his knees”.  

Investor’s Corner

U.S. Ambassador Notes High Perception of Corruption
“Cameroon continues to rank low on all corruption perception indices, discouraging investor interest even before it starts.” The United State’s Ambassador to Cameroon, Neils Marquardt, made the above assertion in Cameroon’s economic capital, Douala, on January 11, in a four-page address presented to members of the American Business Association, ABA, in Cameroon.

German Narrates Raw Deal With Cameroonian Partner.

Security Boss Admits Police Force Reeks Of Corruption.

World Bank Identifies Obstacles To Cameroon’s Development.

Why Cameroon Didn’t Benefit From G8 Debt Cancellation.

Next Months Newsletter

Other than the usual stuff, ( I wonder who’ll appear on shame file No:3 ? ) there are 2 main topics that will be covered. This will be more of an editorial style, using sources other than the usual links to current news articles.

1) A close look at Camair and the debacle that bankrupted the nations airline, also the purchase of a new aircraft for the personal use of the president, that would have cost at least US $140,000,000  (without the gold luxury fitout).  With a refuelling cost of  US $10,000  it must seem like absolute insanity to the public servants who haven’t been paid for over 10 months and longer. This comes under the banner of resources that flow out of Cameroon to the benefit of a few corrupt individuals. Also the vast tracts of Cameroonian land in the hands of foreign interests, bringing nothing to the country while stripping the resources through illegal logging, to no benefit of Cameroonians. This will come with a plea that western countries stop supporting the tyrants that steal the wealth of their countries.

2) With the Buea University killings moved from the street to the Courts, we’ll take a close look at how a matter of this magnitude shall be handled by the Judiciary. An eyewitness account of procedures in this matter to date almost guarantees this will be an explosive episode in the history of the Fako High Court and justice in Cameroon.

Eyewitness account:



That sounds like all the usual shenanigans I experienced myself in the courts, and my guess is it’ll only get worse. We’ll also look into the ferocious attitudes some magistrates have towards their colleagues who attempt to dish out real justice and rulings based on law. Under the Fako High Court corruption spotlight will be Magistrate Ketuanze Jacob, Justice Lebong Morfaw Chibili & Barrister Eno Charles Agbor. Readers are free to make contribution towards any of the upcoming topics.

See you next month,  Glenn

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