This is what Cameroon Tribune carries on front page in its today's August 4th, 2016 edition. Inclusing picture below.
Part of the article reads... " According to
the motion of thanks read by Martin Steve Zang Ambassa, a student of the Yaounde Higher Teachers’ Training College, the students pledged to stand by all actions initiated by President Paul Biya .... They reaffirmed their unconditional support to the Head of State, Commander in Chief of armed forces. " end of quote.
Dear Cameroonian Students I have the following questions.
1 Did all University Students Thanked Biya?
2 Did all who marched speak for every student and the university student community? If not we need to hear from the other students.
3 Is the provision of the laptops( which we have not seen) a loan Cameroonians and their children's are going to pay or a gift from Mr Biya?
4 Are you aware that in some countries, the government sponsors its students in a well organised manner and no noise is made about it?
5 Is the 2500 Frs each of those who marched received a solution to your problems of lack of lecture halls, (especially those in University of Bamenda) no free wireless on campus etc?
6 Are you aware that by marching for a gift you have not seen is clear proof that your mentalities and brains have all been damaged? That you are no longer thinking rightly and or independently?
Truth be told, historians are keeping all the pictures of your confused and sorry faces, which you displayed on social media after this buffoonery of a march. Your children will have to see and read how stupid you were when you were students and cast doubt on the qualifications you obtained there off.
And if you think that you are going to continue with this system by having a matricule number and getting into public service, you are wasting time. You better start thinking like students and normal human beings.
It would be better to hear from the students who did not ask those who marched to represent them!