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Cameroon: Jacques Fame Ndongo reacts to the controversy of his 350.000 fcfa "PB Hev Netbooks"

Pseudo Professor Jacques Fame Ndongo one more attempted to justify the unjustifiable with his now infamous PBHIv. During the graduating ceremony of some two hundred and seventy seven pharmaceutical and medical doctors from the University of Douala,, Fame Ndongo announced the arrival of one hundred thousand more of the Computers.

Without any iota of Shame he us still insisting that 32 GB i more efficient and is equal to a computer with a memory capacity of 500 GB. This action rubbished his reputation and drags to mud his academic robe and certifications. His justifications trying to rob his shit on Microsoft can be sickening.

 

Fame Ndongo isn't any Information Communication Technology expert and therefore must be quite. Let him squander his loot quietly rather than attempt justifying what he can't justify. This remains the greatest state scam organized in recent times. These computers were designed and fabricated in China,obtained through an Exim Bank of China loan.

How relevant are these junk computers to the students when they have better computers themselves.

This scandalous scandal from the purchase of these junk computers have infuriated Paul Biya and his anger was openly displayed during the presentation of new year wishes to the President. President Paul Biya is totally aghast and flabbergasted by such stupendously stupefied attitude of a learned Professor like him just because of greed.

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