The Radio program was great, so many calls to congratulate Njodzeka's inspirational true life story. I felt so happy to know that lives were being impacted after telling my success story through the difficulties I faced. I still insisted that the Cameroonian Government should do more to employ the youths, send those who deserve retirement to go and rest and also encouraged the youths to have self determination in what they do or want to do... Most of all, we should learn to be patient enough and leave the pride out of this and follow our dreams through hard work. I strongly believe all the same that Cameroonians are very patient people and have been patient for these number of years, it doesn't mean we should be patient all our lives because I know our Government needs to understand that we are and have been very patient, but individually on our own areas, we need patience to achieve what we want in life. And generally, we've been patient really and I believe that everybody would like to see any form of change in this country.
Another guest talked of older people above 70 should not fight for power because they don't have a long time to serve and don't have the energy to serve the nation. This went to our political leaders.
Follow Up Comment for Cameroon Mentor on YouthLast Updated on 2011-02-10 12:09:49Dear All,
After reading this reply from David about my efforts and hard work or even call it success, I felt like I'm really changing those lives and impacting them my own little way. I want to thank God for giving me the energy and the partners. Thirst Relief International - USA, EWB-USA and all those that are working with Life and Water Development Group - Cameroon, I thank you so very much and wish that God should give us long lives to continue saving lives.
Thank you very much Njousi David for your writeup and I strongly believe that we will make it happen.
Happy New Year to all,
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