The Future of Cameroonians Living abroad.

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Motome Mtue

Tegucigalpa, Honduras

#1 Aug 18, 2008
Cameroonians,
Many have fled our beloved country, because of many reasons. so the question here is, what will become of the 70%of youths who are out of Cameroon today just because they could not find jobs or any other opportunity to live in our beloved country Cameroon?
Motome

Horsham, UK

#2 Sep 17, 2008
They'll have a better life.
ndop

Madrid, Spain

#3 Oct 18, 2008
let biya live,we may have a charnge.u all know.
ADIYA

Hyattsville, MD

#4 Oct 24, 2008
THE GOD WHO BOUGHT US OUT OF BONDAGE WILL SURELY SEE US THROUGH,MY WORRIES ARE THOSE WHO ARE STILL INSIDE THE COUNTRY OF MR BIYA
ADIYA

Hyattsville, MD

#5 Oct 24, 2008
Mr BIYA has made the country a kingdom he should go ahead GOD'S hand of mercy will surely descend one day to liberate the cameroonian
big v

La Crosse, WI

#6 Oct 31, 2008
Mr Biya thinks we can die like chickens. we have just started to show him that we are smart and can survive on our own
mary

Gaithersburg, MD

#7 Nov 3, 2008
why woun't we run? even food is a problem
Ramad

Versailles, KY

#8 Nov 3, 2008
If people like Mombutu, Doe, Idi Amin could be gone, then no tyrant is inevitable. The eyes of God is recording.
Ramad

Versailles, KY

#9 Nov 3, 2008
We can begin to sing the redemtion song for Cameroon right now. It is not going to be long anymore for our liberation.
CHE

Parkville, MD

#10 Dec 20, 2008
I LEFT 20 YEARS AGO AND NOW LIVING VERY COMFORTABLY HERE AS A US CITIZEN. I BURNT MY LA REPUBLIQUE DU CAMEROON PASSPORT YEARS AGO. I AM A PROUD AMERICAN AND A PROUD SOUNTHERN CAMEROONS NATIONAL. I ONLY HURT FOR THOSE OF OUR NATIONALS STILL UNDER THE BONDAGE OF LA REPUBLIQUE...I NEVER INTEND TO GO BACK INTO THAT BONDAGE...GOB BLESS AMERICA!!!
Lawrence Cumber

Bury, UK

#11 Dec 27, 2008
Its really difficult in most occassions to deal with issues of the heart like this. What's really the future of the Cameroonian who's left and wants to return home? Would he be doing so in style or like a prodigal?
Although this might seem an individual decision, there is absolutely no known determinant that would ignite that desire to go back and have a save landing....
Ron

Germany

#12 Dec 31, 2008
I am living in europe for a verz verz long time and decided to visit cameroon the zear last. Douala Airport is gotten worser. whz can the government not used the airport taxes and renovate this Airport ? migration polices neglected my nationalitz passport but insisted on my ID ... whao that stuff expired 15 years ago . monkey go chop stone- Ha wah wah wah for mz conkri
Godwill

Saint Paul, MN

#13 Jan 2, 2009
We are happy to be in U S A and to become US citizen if JESUS Christ tarries.We all both abroad and at home have failed politically that`s why Mr Biya has taken advandage.
Julius from Stockholm

Farsta, Sweden

#14 Jan 6, 2009
CHE wrote:
I LEFT 20 YEARS AGO AND NOW LIVING VERY COMFORTABLY HERE AS A US CITIZEN. I BURNT MY LA REPUBLIQUE DU CAMEROON PASSPORT YEARS AGO. I AM A PROUD AMERICAN AND A PROUD SOUNTHERN CAMEROONS NATIONAL. I ONLY HURT FOR THOSE OF OUR NATIONALS STILL UNDER THE BONDAGE OF LA REPUBLIQUE...I NEVER INTEND TO GO BACK INTO THAT BONDAGE...GOB BLESS AMERICA!!!
Hi Mr CHE,
With all due respect, I think there is some contradiction in what you are saying. What has Cameroon as a country done wrong? Should one be a proud American simply because he or she holds an American passport? I simply wants to say that country leaders(bad or good) come and go but the country remains just as the name CHE shall remain a typical Cameroon name.
Lawrence Cumber

Birmingham, UK

#15 Jan 8, 2009
@Julius, I strongly second you in your line of thinking and method of approach. Home is home as we say. If the root is uprooted the pivot is off.
Having an American Passport and living comfortably in America does not guarantee that your subconscious does not do a warning check on Who you are, where you've come from and what you've not done for that Mami or Papa of yours who had to toil so hard to make ends meet. Also,some back there might have lend you a helping hand before you became what you've become.
CameroonRocks

Gainesville, FL

#16 Jan 10, 2009
Now, it is our problem. We got into this mess because of not taking responsibility for our own country. This Victimization and Justification is a disease that has affected all of Africa:
http://maventime.com/node/113
wilbert asong

United States

#17 Jan 11, 2009
Mr biya once said he counts on cameroonians and cameroonians could count on him, can he still say that today? This man does not care about the country he has been president of for more 26yrs.He has no new ideas,he has curropted the whole coutry to his advantage.can he really say what his legacy would be like? Good leaders are known by the people they suround themselves with. Mr president since the bug stops with you can your government allow business people to start businesses tax free for 2yrs? UAS
oust Biya

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

#18 Jan 14, 2009
if you are truly concerned about cameroon and the people who are still there, make a move to oust Biya and bring the leader that will truly give his heart to the people.
i am a foreigner engage to a man from Bamenda and I wish to be in Cameroon soon!
CameroonRocks

Gainesville, FL

#19 Jan 15, 2009
Yes Brother. We all need to take responsibility.
We need to all take responsibility for making the changes in Cameroon. I like what this article says. The change in Cameroon will come about when each of us take responsibility to make the change.

"Of course I am not superman. I am merely human. I have my order of priorities in life. But nonetheless, the responsibility for the issues in Cameroon, starts with me. Unless I take responsibility for all the problems that I see in Cameroon, who can I count on to do so? No, it all starts from me. The buck stops right here, with me."
http://maventime.com/node/120
Bamenda - netherlands

Hoofddorp, Netherlands

#20 Sep 16, 2009
It is really a difficult situation. But of course most of us abroad invest home which goes to help the economy. It is difficult with this acquired mentality to break through with any mission home. If those abroad could form a joint kind of NGO, intended to home developement then maybe it can help. I mean leadership strictly for cameroonians abroad. And maybe request foreign aids. One may go home one a project based term and see how things unfold

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