Editors Note



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Hello Everyone! I hope this week meets you all in high spirits! One of the things I love about blogging is that it doesn’t limit you to anything in particular! I can use it to make a positive point, to spread a message across or to create change the best way I can and this is one of those rare moments that I will divert from my usual fashion/style/lifestyle theme to talk about something that I am passionate about and that has been bothering me and many other Cameroonian bloggers for a long time now! What I am about to talk about right now is nothing new to some but hasn’t been formally addressed  per say. It’s a trending topic that I sort of instigated and decided to follow up on it by turning it into a blog post here.

Yesterday, a Cameroonian blogger friend of mine (Braun Hill – Creator of Braun Hill’s Blog) posted a link on her Facebook profile page to a new blog post that she posted on her blog. The blog post was entitled Is African Wear Not Good Enough.  Now I’m sure you are probably wondering what my point is!!  After she posted the link, as expected (or should I say as usual?), many of the Cameroonians who saw the link, clicked on it and it took them to her blog where they read the blog post (Is African Wear Not Good Enough) that I mentioned above. After reading it, they then went ahead and commented about it on Braun’s Facebook profile page and NOT on her blog site. This bothered me quite a bit so I – the self-appointed “COMMENT POLICE” LOL took it upon myself to ask everyone who commented about the blog on Facebook to also leave a comment on her blog! It bothered me that much that I didn’t care if people thought I was being too direct. Many Cameroonian bloggers (and non-Cameroonian bloggers) including myself tend to use Facebook as a platform to provide links to our new blog posts to alert friends and followers who don’t subscribe to our blogs to go check it out, which is fine, but after reading the blog posts we don’t comment on the blog sites!

Do you really want to know what the problem is? Well… the problem is that over the last few months I have been trying to advocate and encourage Cameroonians and Cameroonian bloggers (particularly in the Anglophone community) to be a lot more interacting and engaging more with their favorite Cameroonian bloggers (Camer237 bloggers) whose blogs they follow or subscribe to!  When I say engaging what do I mean? Well what I mean is to be able to read their blog posts and to comment on it directly on their blogs. I have noticed that for the most part, Francophone’s in general tend to be a bit more interactive and engaging by leaving comments on the blog sites of their fellow Francophone bloggers compared to Anglophones who rarely ever comment on actual sites! But for the sake of this message I am going to generalize all Cameroonians together.

The trend I have been seeing for a long time among Cameroonians in general is that when many Camer237 bloggers have posted a new blog article (which they take time to write up or prepare) on their blog site, they send the link to their readers and friends via Facebook. Once the link(s) have been seen by their friends and others on FB, people would then click on the link which takes them directly to blog post on the bloggers site. What happens after this is the real problem and makes no sense at all… they would read the article on the blog site and then leave the blog site to post their comments about the blog article they just read on Facebook instead of leaving a comment in the comments section of the blog!! The comment section of every blog is usually found right after the blog post so what I cant understand is why do we leave this comment section blank but go to Facebook to post about it?

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For those of you who don’t understand why this is a big issue for blogger’s…I will try to explain it here. The problem with this is that when people land on a blog and read a blog post, if they do not see any comments about it, then their natural reaction would be to not also post a comment as they don’t have any motivation to as they see that no one else has posted. This can make the blog post or article seem as if it is not good or interesting enough for comments to have been made. Obviously if something you read is interesting you would assume that others found it interesting too and you would also expect to see comments by others who read it. Now lets take it from another angle – if you came to my blog and read a blog posting or article that I posted and noticed that there were many comments below in the comments section, you would most likely think that people found it interesting enough to comment on it (even if you didn’t find it as such) and your immediate reaction might be to either read the blog post again to see if you were missing the point and/or to also make a comment  as you would feel more inclined to acknowledge the comment (it can be a positive or negative comment but it is still a comment).

Even if the article wasn’t interesting, people who see a lot of comments would be bound to want to read it as they would be curious to know why many people commented about it! This creates a buzz to the site for those who came to that blog post and enabling others to come and read the blog and would drive traffic to the blog. I personally believe that if you really enjoy a bloggers blog, you would naturally want to see many others go to it too and this helps to create traffic to their blog which would allow their ranking on Search engines to be placed higher which makes it easier for people to find the blog when they search for it on Google, Yahoo and other populat Search Engines. OK maybe I am going in too much details so I will save the whole ranking talk for another blog post but I’m sure you get it. 🙂

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The point I am trying to make is when people leave positive and negative constructive comments directly on the blog where they read the article they are commenting about, this would allow the blogger to see what people are saying about it and would help us bloggers to improve on how we blog or present out blogs as comments are the main way for us to know that you are actually reading our blogs. Why would we blog if we don’t feel that people are reading them? How would you feel if you took time out every day to prepare your best meal but those who eat it everyday never comment on it by either complimenting you cooking or by providing you with constructive criticism? How would I know what to improve if I am never provided with comments? I personally take my time out to prepare my blogs for my readers and you might not know this but we actually do LOVE to hear from you all who read though our blogs. Its the best part of blogging!! If you all go and post your comments on Facebook how would people who come to our blogs know that there were many comments made if there are not on the actual blog but else where??

Why are many Nigerian, Ghanaian, Kenyan, South African (the list goes on) bloggers so much more successful and recognized than Cameroonian bloggers? It is not because they have better articles or topics to blog about! I follow several Nigerian and Ghanaian fashion bloggers, some of who don’t even type much but only post pictures of what they wore and even if I didn’t like their outfit much, when I glance at their comments section, they rank up to an average of 10+ comments. The comments can be as simple as “Lovely dress” but it shows that someone came and read the blog! Whereas with Cameroonian fashion bloggers or any blogger in general you would be lucky if you received even one comment from a friend!! That’s how bad it is. If you are going to argue that the reason why Camer237 people do not leave comments is because they do not want to leave their footprints or be made known, then that argument does not count because you can always post as an ANONYMOUS person where no one would know who you are!! I even find that argument quite ironic given that when people post on comments on Facebook all their Facebook friends know their identity!! So what difference does it make? Why are we so “COMMENT SHY”?? So please dear readers let’s change this bad habit and start commenting on more Cameroonian bloggers blog sites or websites. It is the best way to show your appreciation or dismay of a post. It is also a great way to help us improve on our content. My all my fellow Camer bloggers…beware of the “Comment Police” and practice what you preach by also commenting on your fellow bloggers blog! After all, charity begins at home! 🙂

I will end my long rambling and as always thank you all for stopping by and for your continuous support and if you don’t leave a comment then atleast connect with me on  INSTAGRAM. Come again soon. xoxo…ME  🙂

Thank you Braun Hill for letting me reference you and your blog for this blog post. For those of you who would like to know more about Braun, you can check out her blog called “Braun Hill’s Blog” HERE.

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  1. Eliane

    July 23, 2017 at 7:33 am

    Nice write up speaks alot for us all… I appreciate that you stand up for all bloggers. I hope we all learn a thing or two from this post. Have a nice day

    • The HotJem

      July 23, 2017 at 1:23 pm

      Oh yes Elaine if we all get people to move over their comments to the sites, it will become a habit. Thanks for stoppIng by and I’m glad you enjoyed the write up. xoxo

  2. Zita

    July 22, 2017 at 7:55 pm

    I cannot thank you enough for this post sis. Indeed charity begins at home. If each Camer blogger commits to interacting with and commenting on fellow bloggers posts, it will make things really easier. It is true that I particularly will only comment on things that speak to me and that add value to the community. I refrain from commenting on gossip or things that are against my Christian faith. But I will definitely support my own the best I can. Thanks for the reminder.

    • The HotJem

      July 23, 2017 at 1:20 pm

      Auntie Zee (as all your fans call you) 🙂 I agree with you! It’s a problem especially amongst the Anglophone #237 community. Francophones are great with leaving comments and engaging with others who comment on a post that they already commented on. So The HotJem saw the need to do a thorough write-up of this to educate others and to see if we are the only ones who noticed this pattern.
      Thanks for your support. Any support is great support. xoxo

  3. Divine Nganjo

    July 22, 2017 at 3:07 pm

    I’ll comment later.this is a big challenge to our industry. But I started to comment.each time I open a link I try as much to leave a comment if not it’ll be like I waited my time

    • The HotJem

      July 23, 2017 at 1:15 pm

      Hi Divine, on behalf of The HotJem team I want to thank you for leaving your comments on the site whenever you can. When people see even one comment they know the site is alive. It’s had to tell people that you had so many views on a post when they dont see any comments. So we appreciate! 🙂

  4. 237showbiz

    July 22, 2017 at 3:04 pm

    Okay i am reading this just today! Wow very informative and perfectly written. Thanks for this.

    • The HotJem

      July 23, 2017 at 1:14 pm

      Hi Showbiz237 thanks alot for reading the post (and thanksfor sharing this blog post on your Facebook page). Highly appreciated as we need to first educate our fellow Cameroonian bloggers to start commenting a bit more then we can educate the others to do the same. Come back again. 🙂

  5. Carl

    March 14, 2016 at 10:56 pm

    I thought I was the only in this…. I thank God for you for crying on our behalf. I have never gotten up to a double digit number of comments. Some people tend to come discuss the article personally with me. That’s not bad, but how do other readers benefit from our discussion? And these issue of singing in with email address before commenting is making it difficult for non-gmail users to comment on my blog. I don’t know what to do about that one. If anyone can help I would be very much grateful.
    Thank you Mbole

    • Mbole

      March 16, 2016 at 8:30 pm

      Hi Nkwain – Thank you for stopping by. I think from the comments alone here and the many comments that were left on my FB profile page (and there were many comments left by Cameroonian bloggers), I can say I spoke for many! Almost everyone agreed with my point that Cameroonians are not engaging at all with their fellow blogger and most find it difficult to have their readers comment directly on the blog. It really beats me as to why people would read the blog articles and then go over to FB to submit their comments. It makes no sense to me. I just checked out your site and I agree that it does make it a bit difficult for non-gmail users to comment which I am sure is a big factor as to why you arent getting many comments because I did see cooments left on some of your posts. Have you tried checking your settings? I follow other bloggers on Blogger and commenting on their blog is not limited to only people with Google accounts.

    • Eliane

      July 23, 2017 at 7:31 am

      There are plugins that allow pple with other social media profiles such s facebook to comment under your post without having to submit an email.

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  8. pearlharbour788

    August 4, 2015 at 7:21 pm

    Bullshits…..taking my time


    February 28, 2015 at 9:08 pm

    Interesting Mbole and yes we need a comment police on them blogs!!!!!!

    • Mbole

      March 4, 2015 at 12:10 am

      Hahaha! I’m glad you agree Arrey-Echi and thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment 🙂

  10. Cara

    February 2, 2015 at 2:53 pm

    LOL this is soooo true. I just started my blog and I get tons of comments….in my FB inbox! smh
    Btw, I’d love to know some of your favourite Ghanaian and Nigerian fashion bloggers 🙂
    Love from Ghana!

    • Mbole

      March 4, 2015 at 12:09 am

      Hi Cara! Sorry my delayed response. Some how I missed your message, Anyhooo… I’m glad you can relate! LOL @tons of comments in your FB inbox! We bloggers are a community so we need to also comment on each others blogs! You are one of my favorite Ghanaian bloggers 🙂 and I also like Sayeder Enytan from Nigeria.

  11. Art Becomes You

    January 22, 2015 at 2:29 pm

    Hahahaha. This post though. very funny but true. Hope this changes things oh!!


    • Mbole

      January 28, 2015 at 3:36 am

      Art Becomes You my fav fashion blogger thanks for stopping by! I have been told by several otther bloggers recently that they have seen an increase in comments on their blogs after this post so I am happy and I will continue to monitor our activities until I feel people have "gotten" the point! 🙂

  12. LIA

    January 22, 2015 at 3:37 am

    Yes we must always be there to leave footprints in support of our own. Together we shall thrive. Most of the comments we leave on Facebook just get "lost" somehow while the actual blogs remain almost "naked". Thank you The Hotjem you’re a necessary police for the enhancement of Camer "Blogging Law and Order" 🙂 thank you for keeping us honest for all the good reasons. It’s all going to work together for out own general good.
    God bless you Mbole.

    • Mbole

      January 22, 2015 at 4:08 pm

      Lia I absolutely agree with you on that one. Footprints can lead the way to the origin and that is what is important. Facebook is a great platform to quickly promote share ideas but as you said comments we leave on FB just get "lost" where as comments left on a blog can be referred back to years later…sort of like an archive. I always knew my second calling would involve Law and Order! 🙂 xoxo

  13. Ms Jua

    January 22, 2015 at 12:51 am

    Let me start working on getting better!!! Chai, after this rant i had to step it up. The Hotjem is on a roll to raise up the Camer blogsphere

    • Mbole

      January 22, 2015 at 4:05 pm

      Hiya Ms. Jua…yup you berrrra step it up girl or the COMMENT POLICE will need to issue you a ticket soon. Thanks for stopping by hun…

  14. Belle Niba

    January 21, 2015 at 4:01 pm

    Good point and as a blogger I do appreciate all the observations you share. Thanks for calling this out.

    • Mbole

      January 21, 2015 at 6:36 pm

      Thanks Belle and I am hopeful that you will start seeing improving. Again we have to start with ourselves commenting on other bloggers blogs so thank you for setting that example!

  15. The Last Immigrant

    January 21, 2015 at 12:37 pm

    A friend of mine just allerted me to the fact that the commenting is complicated in some blogs because you are asked to log in, providing your email address. Which I must admit I also shied from back in the days. I remember I read a very nice article on a cameroonians blog and I wrote a great comment appreciating what she wrote and clicked the "post comment" button and I was asked for my email address and and… I no go lie, I just give pass lolol! So maybe bloggers should think about that fact. If their comment page should remain open without the added hassle of subscribing.

    • Mbole

      January 21, 2015 at 6:35 pm

      Your friend is correct. It is my understanding that the reason why some blogs require an email address prior to posting a comment is to ensure that the comment is being posted by a human being and not a "robot". There are many computer generated programs out there that spam blogs by automatically posting comments so by manually entering the email, this ensures that comments are being manually entered by people. Some blogs haven’t deterred from this but luckily to post here on my blog it doesn’t require an email depending on how you want to sign in to comment. Unless you are commenting under your Google Plus or Facebook ID then you would have to log in under those respective accounts to identify you profile names. Also for those blogs that require email addresses to comment, that does not automatically mean that you are now subscribed to that blog. It is usually needed for the purposes of commenting. Subscribing is a different submission where you manually enter your email to get updates. I hope that helps.

      BTW I never see the email addresses of any one who comments on this blog. 🙂

  16. Venatius

    January 21, 2015 at 11:47 am

    thats exactly what i have been doing oh chai no more posting to Ghost you guys deserve our comments here as it will help motivate you guys .

    • Mbole

      January 21, 2015 at 4:44 pm

      Ahhh Venatius did my FB message give you a change of heart? Thanks for coming through. I really appreciate it and yes your comments and opinions matter to me! 🙂

  17. Olivia Pope

    January 21, 2015 at 10:27 am

    "How would I know what to improve if I am never provided with comments?" Spot on HotJem!

    We’ve been following your work and love what you do! This has to go ON-AIR!
    "I want the senior communications staff gathered and ready to meet in 20 minutes! " 🙂

    • Mbole

      January 21, 2015 at 4:43 pm

      When Olivia Pope comes true you know there will be something Scandalous! Love it! Thank you very much for your support! xoxo


    January 21, 2015 at 6:33 am

    It is a great move to continue sensitizing our people on the advantages of social media, how to use it well. Great job continuing this message 🙂

    • Mbole

      January 21, 2015 at 4:41 pm

      Year it is. Part of why I love blogging is allows one to share and educate people on the importance of it and how it can be used to benefit us all. Sharing is caring!

  19. immaculate

    January 21, 2015 at 4:45 am

    Great Write Up Mbole! Totally agree with you. However, We(Cameroon Bloggers) should start by supporting each other first , so as to set a good example and the rest would follow. Thanks for bringing this issue to our attention.

    • Mbole

      January 21, 2015 at 4:39 pm

      Thanks Immaculate! I’m all about speaking up for the Camer bloggers as this is a common problem across the board. Thanks for setting the example for the others. BTW I love your latest blog post!! 🙂

  20. T. Agbor

    January 21, 2015 at 12:04 am

    Good write-up and extensive explanation of the importance of posting comments directly on the blog. I do appreciate the great work you bloggers do. It takes a lot of time and energy and thank you so much for the great job.

    However (and this is just my however or my view), friends turn to leave their responses on their friends facebook page or wall instead of posting their comment(s) on the original blog because they feel they are discussing with their friends and not with the blogger and sometimes people share such post(s) on their walls b/c of other reasons.
    At least we’ve learnt from your write-up that bloggers love and appreciate our comments…we’ll post them.
    keep up.

    • Mbole

      January 21, 2015 at 4:32 am

      Hi T (I know who you are hehehehe) 🙂

      Thanks so much for taking the time to comment. Yes I totally agree with you that friends tend to discuss topics with friends. If one could quickly leave a comment on the blog you can copy and paste your comment (it take a click of the mouse) on your FB profile page and continue the conversation there.

      This brings me to the next feature. If you noticed, right below or above each blog posts (in my case its above the blog post) there are social media icons. They are there for you all to share the blog post directly onto your FB pages or other social media platforms that you utilize so that your friends can be linked directly to the post. It also allows the blogger to know how many times their blog post have been shared. That is also a great way to measure engagement. Its not only by comments. So if I didn’t see any comments but I saw numerous shares at least I would know that people were interested in it enough to want to share it my blog post. It takes just a few seconds to do. You can share this post with any of the social media icons that I have provided. Try it one day and share your experience with me 🙂

  21. Melanie Boh

    January 20, 2015 at 11:27 pm

    And I just did. Lol. We will improve

    • Mbole

      January 21, 2015 at 4:21 am

      Thanks Melanie for your comment! It can only get better and YES we will improve! Thanks hun.

  22. Sheryl

    January 20, 2015 at 11:01 pm

    Great Mbole, I hope this will really change our way of thinking when it’s comes to commenting. I’ll do my best for I’m guilty of the comment crime. The best way to really get commitment is for us to subscribe and get updates inbox. I usually get the feeling that no one on FB do bother to read what we post there except bloggers who really appreciate the hard work behind the writing. We all know FB is the instant check out but we need that traffic on our blogs. Just as you said Mbole more African countries are doing very good not because they do a better job but because they are committed to each other. We must commit. Let’s start with us bloggers by:
    1 . Collect all Camer blogger’s link and we subscribe to each other.
    2. Make it point to comment when ever a link is share on the blog.
    3. Our comment police Mbole will force FB comments back to the blog. loooool.
    Comments on FB are good but only after blog comment.
    I hope we get a change from this special appointment our Comment Police. Thanks again for such a great write and commitment you took upon yourself.

    • IRepCamer

      January 20, 2015 at 11:57 pm

      Hi Sheryl, most bloggers have a blog roll/list on their blogs..It is easy for people to discover other blogs via bloggers..I make it a point to comment on blogs and share at least a few times a week.It does make a difference..E go better..and we can see more people are commenting on this post..LOL

      • Mbole

        January 21, 2015 at 6:56 am

        The blog list on IRepCamer has a lot of Camer bloggers listed. Thanks to you I have had many people come to my page via IRepCamer. xoxo

    • Mbole

      January 21, 2015 at 6:55 am

      Sheryl, Sheryl, Sheryl! What would I do without lol. Your suggestions is right on point with what we should be doing to increase our engagement and support of other bloggers! As Yefon has mentioned below, a blog list of some of your favorite Cameroonian Bloggers is a practical one stop shop for other bloggers to find us. I will soon be adding one to my blog. I notice that some of the people who land on my blog have come through I Rep Camer and a couple of other blogs who have listed my blog site on their blog roll. Most importantly we need to comment on other bloggers blogs and this will start the trend of commenting.
      Lastly, if all else fails…then this is when the COMMENT POLICE jumps in and issues her tickets out lol Thanks for coming on board with this initiative. 🙂

  23. Tonge

    January 20, 2015 at 10:53 pm

    Am not sure why we don’t leave comments on blogs/vlogg. For me it has to do with what catches my attention. I must confuse I couldn’t read this whole article just bits and pieces but I get point.
    Articles are meant to be read please guys keep it short, for me the more pics less text the better. Ride on lady…. #AmGuiltyForNotCommenting

    • Mbole

      January 21, 2015 at 4:15 am

      Hi Tonge! I love your honesty and theses of type comments is what we as bloggers need to know what would entice or keep a person attentive and interested in reading a blog or watching a vlog. Now if you never left this comment how would I know that there is a reader out there who would prefer shorter articles with more pictures? Get my point? But thanks again and I will work on more pics! 😉

  24. kamer kongosa

    January 20, 2015 at 10:14 pm

    wont go away without leaving a comment….great post…….kamerkongosa

    • Mbole

      January 21, 2015 at 4:20 am

      Thanks so much Kamer Kongosa (love the name)! You’ ROCK! 🙂

  25. The Last Immigrant

    January 20, 2015 at 10:05 pm

    Great write up Mbole and very true. I have noticed this a lot whenever friends post stuff of their blogs on facebook, everybody commented on the facebook post instead of on the blog. I always wondered why. I try my possible best to comment directly on the blog posting. The remark about going to the post, seeing no comments and it shies you away from commenting, is very true. Guilty as charged :). I hope your initiative will help change things and more Cameroonians get to commenting on blog posts and not on the shared links on facebook.

    • Mbole

      January 21, 2015 at 4:12 am

      The Last Immigrant "My favorite newly discovered blog"! Thanks so much for providing insight to our "comments" dilemma. With the help of many other Cameroonian bloggers if we join forces and start with commenting on each others blogs, this will speak volumes and encourage others to do the same. After all, charity begins at home right? 🙂

  26. Eddie

    January 20, 2015 at 9:54 pm

    Nice. I was going to quietly slink away after reading then saw something at the bottom which shows the blogger actually knows i read this (somebody from Gaborone read this). I didn’t know they could see who views the blog. I read a lot of blogs like Yefon’s and always felt like a voyeur so i never commented. Somehow in my mind i viewed blogs like some kind of private online diary so i never realised the bloggers would actually want me to comment. At least not unless i had something intelligent to contribute.

    • Mbole

      January 21, 2015 at 12:53 am

      Helloooo Eddie! Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting about the blog post. I see you couldn’t easily sneak away without me noticing hahahaha and you are right about blogs being online diaries (well I guess many are) and we or should say I would definitely love to hear from you all as we put them online for a reason- to share our thoughts and interests with others. Anyhow…hopefully you made it to Yefon’s blog after this or the COMMENT POLICE will be right behind you! 🙂

  27. Njotu Denzel Joe-Hova

    January 20, 2015 at 9:52 pm

    A million dollar question that probably not having one franc answer 🙂

    • Mbole

      January 20, 2015 at 11:41 pm

      Njotu!!! If you can find that answer I bet you will be Cameroons richest Billionaire!! It will get better 🙂

  28. Kweku Adu

    January 20, 2015 at 9:45 pm

    Awesome Write-Up great education – it will get better

    • Mbole

      January 20, 2015 at 11:39 pm

      Hi Kweku…Camer’s #1 international photographer! Thanks for stopping by and I am glad you got something out of it. It MUST get better or the COMMENT POLICE will be issuing tickets lol. 😀

  29. IRepCamer

    January 20, 2015 at 9:22 pm

    Keep Calm and leave a comment. I am leaving one. Great post. I wish we had more traction on our blogs they were we have on facebook. It will make a huge difference and drive traffic to blogs.
    Comment Police it is.lol..I love the images too!!

    • Mbole

      January 20, 2015 at 11:38 pm

      Hahahah I love Keep Calm! It comes in handy for every situation. I’m with you on that one Yef! Not only will it drive the traffic to us but its always so nice to see a comment left behind. Especially from someone who took their time to read what you put together. Tahst why we blog to begin with right? But as of now we don’t have a choice as the COMMENT POLICE is in full action hahahahaha…Thanks for stopping by though!

  30. Braun Hill

    January 20, 2015 at 9:22 pm

    Superbe write up and straight to the point. Hits the nail on the head. I remember Yefon of irepcamer.com always pushing me to get my fb followers onto my blog. Issue is I tried and it was too tedious. The battle is back on. I will show them how to deceive notifications about a reply to their comments on the blogs and get them to subscribe..so u dont need to hv facebook to participate..Our people will get there…..

    • Mbole

      January 20, 2015 at 11:36 pm

      Hey Braun…I’m glad you enjoyed the post! It came from the heart. I would hate to see many Bloggers who work so hard to put their blogs together not have engagement with their readers. That’s the least they can have. But I am confident in our Camer people! E go Betta 😉

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