The world today: There are more fake prophets than dirty politicians – Njobe Serge Ngala

Give me a politician and a “prophet” today and I’ll choose a politician. Some of these self proclaimed “men of God” are disrespecting God’s commandments by normalising falsities and misguiding many people. Politicians promise what they sometimes give but some of these people who are publicising “heavenly riches” cannot give you what God cannot give you. I’ve observed with pain the derailment of mentalities from normal to abnormal believes; if Jesus Christ comes back to the world today, many Christians will reject him if their pastors/prophets/apostles/evangelists ask them to do so. It’s rather unfortunate that today, a greater majority of preachers don’t talk about heaven; they rather talk about money, big houses, big cars, private jets, and all sorts of earthly luxuries that in my own understanding of scriptural teachings will instead divert our attention from love, equality and modesty. Even when they choose to talk about heaven, they talk in a way that the take home message will be that, the more you give gifts to your church leader, the more God will bless you and so too will be your relationship with heaven.

Young boys and girls have enrolled in Universities and are not passing their exams because their churches are developing new network marketing strategies that will bring more costumers/clients/souls/christians to their churches and consequently make the church officers to be rich and send their followers to the deadly deserts to go and search for green pastures. When you complain, they promise to deliver you from the hands of the devil and they sometimes threaten to curse you. The polite ones will use Biblical references to say “touch not by anointed and do my prophet no harm.” It’s pathetic to know that a woman who cannot feed her little daughter is paying huge sums of money to the church so as to be “blessed” by God. I tell my friends that if I choose to be a retualist today because I want to give the so-called 10% of my wealth to the Church, the clergy of my Church will certainly “bless” me with 10% of holy/anointing water of his Church. False prophecies here and there, fake miracles here and there, rich pastors and poor christians here and there, yet people are not learning their lessons. God is watching! Watch out!


 PBHEV laptops in use

The guy in the attached photo is using the laptop to play his video game while waiting for the law that will punish students who use the lightweight laptops for anything out of the school syllabus. I know most students will use the laptops to watch music videos, movies, and to play music. Many will use the laptops to play games and very few will use them to download, treat and read documents.

PBHEV laptops: I am disappointed – Njobe Serge Ngala


When this issue of 500000 laptops was announced, I was so elated that while in Tabenken for holidays I contacted most of my classmates and friends to pass on the information. Deceived or not, I knew these were going to be laptops of this generation. With President Paul Biya’s name at the forefront of the project, I thought fear of going to prison will stop some of his creatures from embezzling funds borrowed and allocated for the laptops. I talk or at least think about these laptops everyday. Despite the fact that the announcement was made in 2016, some bloggers predicted that the laptops had a lot to do with the election year(2018) in Cameroon. But because I only believe what I choose to believe, I rather chose to follow what was done and not said about the laptops. I was following developments on the laptops via MINESUP Cameroun’s Facebook page until 22 September 2017 when I saw Roger Atsa Etoundi(who recently likened 32GB hard drive to 500GB hard drive) post pictures of the conceptual framework of the laptops. 

The Sino-Cameroon inspection team (6 Cameroonians )

To me, it was late but still acceptable. Again, the MINESUP boss said the laptops will be distributed by the end of the month of November 2017. He later said December till June 2018.
The distribution of the first batch of the laptops that arrived in Yaounde last week started in the university of Yaoundé 1 yesterday, Cameroonians were able to know the properties of the PBHEV laptops. Amongst other complains was the fact that the laptops only had 28.5 GB of hard drive which is relatively very small. I went straight to my phone’s web browser to do some research about the laptops. I visited, http://www.storagereview.com and other websites; my results are that we’ve once more been taken for fools. If the football stadium that is being constructed in the name of President Paul Biya is anything to go by, then AFCON 2019 will be played in our clouds or in a different country. I’m sure vice-chancellors of Universities are already writing ‘thank you messages’ to the President of the Republic to be displayed by students. We’re living in a ridiculous country; if the world is to end today, it will start from Yaoundé.

BREAKING NEWS: Hon. Wirba Joseph promises a book he’s written titled Wirba Force…

About an hour ago, Hon. Wirba Joseph of the Jakiri Constituency wrote on Facebook: My people, Have been silent for a bit. That’s the Wirba you know. I don’t talk to impress, l talk to improve ! Needed the quiet moment after 6 months in exile to think and take the WirbaForce to a new playground ! My people we have a book coming! Welcome the WirbaForce chapters ! ….take the struggle the WirbaForce way to a new playground. – JW
 Some people predicted that he wanted to announce his new agenda for his already cherished reaction to the “Anglophone Problem” in Cameroon. 

But Hon. Wirba went further to announce a new book he’s written. He wrote this about twenty minutes ago on his Facebook page: My dear Southern Cameroonians, let’s take this to all corners of the internet, spread the word using hashtags #WirbaforceChapters #WirbaForce . Anyone with a post of the book cover page and hashtags that gets the highest number of shares and comments has a BIG surprise coming their way. Let’s go …….

Let’s wait for the content of the book.

PBHEV Challenge: From PBHEV laptops to PBHEV T-shirts.

Photo credit: Boris Bertolt

Cameroonians are becoming more and more ingenious. Above are t-shirts designed with the PBHEV logo days after Cameroonians were shocked by the disgraceful properties of the PBHEV laptops notably the 28.5 GB hard drives that were later explained by Roger Atsa Etoundi as 32 GB in the old technology equals 500 GB in the new technology.

500000 Laptops Saga: Another Scam and Sabotage or the Emergence Technology in Cameroon?

I watched the outspoken Honourable Martin Oyono of the South Region say on Equinoxe TV that some bigwigs of the CPDM party who by ‘nature’ are members of government are sabotaging President Paul Biya. He went further to say that these crooked bigwigs are dishonest but closest to Paul Biya such that honest and outspoken people like him(Martin Oyono) are often considered enemies of the regime for saying what they’re saying. Throughout the almost 90 minutes interview, he called at peace Charles Ateba “mon frère Charles Ateba” and regretted the fact that Charles Ateba is no more to see what he predicted more than five years ago. 

Martin Oyono, MP for Ocean Division, South Region
If not punished, then CONAC and the Judiciary bench is sabotaging President Paul Biya. If President Paul Biya hails the parties concerned, then he’s ridiculed and sabotaged his own personality. Let’s wait for his end of year address to the nation on 31 December.
Jacques Fame Ndongo, MINESUP boss with a laptop from the first batch of laptops

Trending on social media: 32GB = 500GB

500000 laptops, Roger Atsa Etoundi,

Few days after Roger Atsa Etoundi of the computer department of Cameroon’s Ministry of Higher Education (MINESUP) said in an interview that a 32GB capacity hard drive in the old technology equals 500GB in the new technology, (of 500000 laptops still to be fully distributed to students) Cameroonians have taken to the social media to agree with this assertion through mathematical formulas. Check out some of the calculations below.