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Citizenship. Which Should I Choose Between Nigeria Vs Cameroon / Snow Capped Akampka Mountains And Mount Cameroon Visible From Calabar (photos) / Three University of Taraba Students Killed By Tree During Excursion To Cameroon (2) (3) (4)
|Re: In Cameroon by Nobody: 8:11pm On Jun 01, 2019|
nwanneni:indeed, very good description.
|Re: In Cameroon by Nobody: 8:20pm On Jun 01, 2019|
LoJ:It's like you are from Cameroon?Damn I love this country.
Beautiful,easy to talk to women(especially francophones),good scenery,lovely contented people that could relatively care less about money unlike Nigerians,affordable life,good food,nice beaches(limbe and kribi),steady power,affordable housing....etc.
I could go on and on....
When I make enough money,I might just retire here for real.
Life has so much meaning here for a person that has a source of income.I mean no one is in competition with anyone unlike Nigeria where you've got to get all the money in the world to be acknowledged.
The only thing I don't like here is the frustration going on in the lives of Cameroonian youths!sickening if you ask me.
I feel pity for their children for real and this ongoing war here(SW & NW) isn't helping matters.
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|Re: In Cameroon by Ugosample(m): 2:16am On Jun 02, 2019|
your points here are what many in the other thread don't seem to get
QUALITY OF LIFE MATTERS...
|Re: In Cameroon by Raalsalghul: 12:47pm On Jun 02, 2019|
nwanneni:Is Cameroun that good. If true, then I need to pay a visit. Any idea on the budget of a 3 day vacation?
|Re: In Cameroon by Raalsalghul: 12:48pm On Jun 02, 2019|
|Re: In Cameroon by Raalsalghul: 12:52pm On Jun 02, 2019|
nwanneni:Saw beaches in your description. Thought Cameroun was landlocked.
|Re: In Cameroon by Nobody: 12:54pm On Jun 02, 2019|
Raalsalghul:100-200k depending on how large tou wanna live and mode in which you wanna come in with.will you fly?
You will enjoy it and their girls love Nigerians,especially igbo.They believe every Nigerian is rich
They call them biafrais!
It is a very good,peaceful country especially Douala.nobody send you,if you like be dangote,no one cares.
Just do your thing and stay outta trouble.
And the people have blended with Nigerians so well they now live as one.
Nigerians have started corrupting the Anglophone sha with their stinking habits
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|Re: In Cameroon by Nobody: 1:01pm On Jun 02, 2019|
Raalsalghul:no,not at all.
They've got lots of beaches.
Limbe(almost everywhere here you'll see beaches.also an avenue for Nigerian smugglers ),Douala(dirty beaches ),kribi(paradise of water)
I'm currently by the sea having lunch.
|Re: In Cameroon by aumeehn: 2:17pm On Jun 02, 2019|
|Re: In Cameroon by Fourcade(m): 6:37pm On Jun 03, 2019|
I said it!
Well those in business are very hard working.
|Re: In Cameroon by Fourcade(m): 6:42pm On Jun 03, 2019|
It turns to a family business. They are ready to work and earn insofar as salary is being paid As for the Igbos, I can't say much. You know it's mostly Sales Boys they prefer. Will the Igbo brothers be willing to work for years without pay?
|Re: In Cameroon by Fourcade(m): 6:51pm On Jun 03, 2019|
"No one is in competition with anyone"
They live for the day!. . .after the day's work - Mon gars On se retrouve au bar
The war going on is a shame. . .I really think it's pointless. The president doesn't care what's happening. No external support from other countries too. The endless destruction of properties and senseless killings of both soldiers and civilians is pointless. Ghost towns? Villagers living in the bush? to what end! I want to know.
As for the youths, they are trooping in Douala now. I see most of them hawking any item "hawk able "
Ca va aller!
|Re: In Cameroon by Fourcade(m): 6:57pm On Jun 03, 2019|
Lol. . .Make Cameroonian girl handle you. You will find out why they are called 'Panthers'
Nigerians corrupting Anglophones? In Douala or SW?
|Re: In Cameroon by Nobody: 7:05pm On Jun 03, 2019|
|Re: In Cameroon by Ugosample(m): 7:13pm On Jun 03, 2019|
|Re: In Cameroon by Nobody: 7:19pm On Jun 03, 2019|
Fourcade:I know right?The last time I pass that mamfe road after supe bridge,I was kidnapped!
They took me into the Bush and took all my money and made me pay ransom of 1mill cfa!
The war over there is senseless.i almost lost my life walahi!
|Re: In Cameroon by Nobody: 9:16am On Jun 04, 2019|
I was able to get these pictures of the SONARA incident.
What a disaster.my heart out to the lovely people of Limbe.
Heard the government is saying because of the fire,there might be a shortage of petroleum products in the country.
When I heard This,I just smiled cos I know what it means to Nigerian fuel diverters opportunity don show.
Who says miracles aren't real
|Re: In Cameroon by Thegirlnextdoor: 12:17pm On Jun 04, 2019|
Yeah it's sad....but the government never said there ll be a shortage of petroleum. The ministers only said the incident won't affect the price of petroleum in the country and that no one should be fooled.
|Re: In Cameroon by Nobody: 12:25pm On Jun 04, 2019|
Thegirlnextdoor:I heard something else entirely on radio ooo.
Maybe you should check again.i did not hear from people but from the radio directly.
But don't worry,my naija brothers/smugglers are always there to help out..
Funge go reach douala and yaounde if it happens
|Re: In Cameroon by Thegirlnextdoor: 12:28pm On Jun 04, 2019|
I equally heard it from the radio. During the 1pm news from the National radio
|Re: In Cameroon by Nobody: 12:30pm On Jun 04, 2019|
Thegirlnextdoor:ok let's hope scarcity doesn't happen cos it will be a disaster,especially in the troubled Anglophone regions!
|Re: In Cameroon by Thegirlnextdoor: 12:41pm On Jun 04, 2019|
I am telling you. We re just praying. So how re u doing?
|Re: In Cameroon by Nobody: 12:47pm On Jun 04, 2019|
Thegirlnextdoor:Its my prayer too.
Well,I travelled as usual business issues them.
I can't wait to come back.
Our programs our always terrible.its either I'm there and you aren't around or you are there and I'm not there.
We'll get it right this time yeah..?when I come back of course.
Thanks a lot dear,I appreciate.
|Re: In Cameroon by Thegirlnextdoor: 2:02pm On Jun 04, 2019|
Lol...funny right. You have been around but we haven't gotten the chance to meet cuz of too much busybody. Anyways I will be waiting for your return. Have a save trip.
|Re: In Cameroon by nattyspice: 2:58pm On Jun 04, 2019|
@Nwaneni,you get info on language school for malabo,like 2 or 3 week certificate in spanish?Also do you get your kpali stamped when crossing with ferry?
|Re: In Cameroon by Nobody: 3:11pm On Jun 04, 2019|
nattyspice:Yes you can learn Spanish there but finding people to speak some English will be difficult.
Yes you have to stamp your passport for ease of movement and staying there without residence permit,since you aren't staying for long.
So if you wanna go without flying,you will go to cameroon first,reach douala,then get to Yaounde from there,head to kye-ossi from there.
That is the border town between Cameroon and equatorial guinea(Bata)
From Bata you will enter ferry and cross to malabo.
You will stamp your passport in all of these places.
|Re: In Cameroon by nattyspice: 5:20pm On Jun 04, 2019|
@Nwaneni,what about crossing over from uyo or calabar to malabo,dat route go dey shorter abi?or make i kukuma do my parols for bata return back to naija.I no too hold rite now as CFA still dey high. I just wanna upgrade my spanish . Also you don chook leg for dat place before?merci beaucoup
|Re: In Cameroon by Nobody: 6:07pm On Jun 04, 2019|
nattyspice:yeah oron will be the easiest.
You'll land in limbe,go to douala,from there yaounde and you do what I told you above.
But it's risky!using a speed boat to cross the Atlantic is not for faint hearted peeps.
Or calabar,use ferry to cross to Tiko.from there you go to douala.goodluck and naira to cfa is 560 now
|Re: In Cameroon by nattyspice: 7:00pm On Jun 04, 2019|
Tanx a lot, i go halla you wen i don ready
|Re: In Cameroon by Fourcade(m): 8:42pm On Jun 04, 2019|
You are lucky bro!
|Re: In Cameroon by Nobody: 8:53pm On Jun 04, 2019|
Did worse happen to others?
|Re: In Cameroon by Fourcade(m): 8:58pm On Jun 04, 2019|
Very Risky! Its fun though and that's the major means of transportation for travelers now. Traveling by bus/car is also very risky.
You could also travel by Sea. I don't know about 'Achouka', it might still be operational. Moves from Calabar(Nigeria) to Tiko(Cameroon).
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