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Stephen Njoke Molua

I am 25, studying International relations in Sweden.I am most fascinated since I discovered this site.Congratulations to you all especially Mola Isaac Menyoli's photo galery.I tell my friends here so much about my home town-Gbea and country.Your works have done much favour to me and many friends have planned to go for holiday with me to Buea, Cameroon.But you talk alot about Buea town(in pics) to G.Soppo.What about Molyko(educational),Bomaka(best villas),Muea(largest market),Mile 17(commercial)Lysoka,Bonakanda.Are they not Bakwerians?

Smith Elie

I am simply an English-speaking Cameroonian living in Bonneuil-sur-Marne in France.This was an excellent piece and clear cut objective view on the tribal way of thinking amongst English-speaking Cameroonians today. It makes me sick and for that, I have stopped reading some reactions from readers of the Post newspaper.
Elie Smith.
www.eliesmith.blogspot.com

Wana N. Litumbe Jr.

I love and enjoyed the pictures Mola Issac. That is so refreshing as it took me down memory lane. I hope who ever gets a chance to visit, does the same thing so we can educate and promote our region. Thank you.

John Niba Asombang

I like that piece of collection about Buea, Mr. Canute.Long time. That takes me back how I started from Sasse College, through Lycee Molyko and through Uni Yao, Ngoa-Ekele. You just hit the nail rightly and then in 'chomage.'

ROTIMI WILLIAMS

I ATTENDED GOVERNMENT PRIMARY SCHOOL BUEA AND FINISHED 1978, I WONDER IF THERE I A WAY YOU CAN LINK ME UP WITH SOME OLD FRIENDS. OUR HEADMASTER THEN WAS MR. LUCAS.

iyah monoke

canute's vivid painting of Buea north and south filled me with nostalgia most especially when he maked mention those forever waiting arms ready to give u a treat.

IYA liefeka

Rotimi Mr LUCAS (makwamba) was also my headmaster ,that man used to flog us like hell, but i was just there for three years then left for yaounde what of teacher Yokwe, did he teach you? what where your admission requirements then you had to put your five fingers over your head to touch your ears before admission was granted.What of these popular people in Buea like okereke, aunty-sophie, elonda njie, and yawoo in the Buea market.

wendy Ekole

The original article brought so much nostalgia! What can be done? My family has experienced two armed robberies without any legal repercurssions for the thieves who remain at large. Who are these people ruining our beautiful Buea?

Gabriel Mokate Ashu-Arrey

This is a wonderful article,
Many call me Eyole Mokate. My moms village is in "Lysoka la Mbake Ekoso Mokake" I lived and was educated in the Mokpe Land and in the Mokpe culture. My beuatiful primary education and GS Buea Town with Pa Ngole as HM. Those days are quite memorable. I Think of the yam farms at the school gardens. I rem BGS and Meoto Paul Njie. Buea is a small town with great people. I promise to write an Article soon on ealy life in Lysoka

jahfather

buea is the road
our road shall come down the mountain peak
it shall be a sign for the nations
the high way shall be established, for evry people and kindred ,to come to his pressence.
he who seats on his mighty throne,the rockman of ages
he shall wipe all tears from the eyes,and on his holly hill there shall be no morning.
jah bless.

Rotimi Williams

mr lucas big captin see the way he march along - any one remember that song

wegmuller efokoa

hi all i am wegmuller efokoa producer just to let you know i am about to come out with my first movie project,NOT MY WILL. go to www.bluedropsstudios.com for more info. thanks

CHIA STANLEY

HI EVERY ONE I AM CHIA STANLEY LIVING IN CAPE TOWN SOUTH AFRICA.I AM ONE OF THE STUDENTS WHO WERE SHURT AT THE UB CRISIS.
GUYS IT PAYS TO FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS SEPECIALLY AS A TRUE ACITIZIN LTES KEEP THE FATE THAT ONE DAY OUR NATION WILL CHANGE AND WE WILL ALL ENJOY WHAT PAOL BIYA HAS BEEN RISTRICTING US FROM ENJOYING. I LOVE GREEN RED YELLOW.

Wegmuller Efokoa

hi every one i have just bulid the web site for the moviw NOT MY WILL it's www.notmywillmovie.com the movie willbe out Aug. 2009

Titi Enanga Manyanye

Mr Canute,thank you for this. I just discovered this website,and beleive me it was a great trip down memory lane. I am from Bokwoango Buea,and presntly studying out of the country. Once more thank you for everything.

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