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Eyembe Elango

Just some info i thought you could use

http://ariane.mpl.ird.fr/textes/enjeux/heintz/

Aatsa Atogho

Hi Vic,
I am glad to know you are doing fine.
It will be good yo pursue this contact for I am also involved in a business that requires and enjoys using ICTs.
Let me know what you think and God bless you,
Aatsa

Mbah Emmanuel Chesami

Nice to know that one of us is doing a very great job in that area.Hope we can contribute in one or the other to spur and support you in a very special way.I am an International Trade and Investment law specialist.Hope one day we can liase and get to do great things.
Tel:+27 731 721 060

Joe Lakim

Thank you very much for all. Just going through your website has realy inspired me. Tell me how many times have you played checkers?
Maybe we'll try a game of chess. What do you think? .Merry Christmas.
Joe.

jinwi

Hi victor, been looking for you. Hit me back.
Jinwi

Snowsel Ano-Ebie

I am very impressed to read about the progress and achievements of Dr Mbarika. You truly make Africa proud. This continent needs leaders like you. Keep on keeping on and keep the steam in our African dream!
Sincerely,
Snowsel Ano-Ebie
CRTV Douala

Tony Tarla-London

Hi DR Vic,
Keep your head as high as ever because you such a brain we have to be proud of. The kind of role model that you are for Cameroonians can't even be measured. I could not stop reading when I got into your website.

Keep up and reach the Zenith!
Tony

Eric Yang

Hi Dr. Barika,
I am very proud to see you resolving very difficult issues in the field of Information Technology. I look up to guys like you. I am currently completing my Masters in Mathematics and Statistics from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. I hope we can discuss these issues one day.

Best Regards,
Eric Yang

nene yang tanku

i am very happy and proud to read about you dr. vic.


stay blessed,
nene tanku

Dili Ojukwu

Hi Vic,
Just read the piece you did with Chitu and others on "The Neglected Continent of IS Research". What a splendid work you guys have done!
We all know now that the information systems research in the sub-sahara African region can only be conducted by those with African blood and/or interests. The people in the second category, unfortunately, are few. Very few indeed!
That means that those of us who fall into the first category owe it to posterity to do something. You have already started doing something. All I can say is: keep the flag flying guys, the result will be worth the effort.

MATUTE ESUNGE

Vic,
Our good old days in the frontrunning schools in our nations capital pre-destined a number of trainees to heights.
This is one of such great realisations.
Thank God for the steady trail.
You can make it in bridging that gap btn us and the first world.
Your Brother.

Eric Mazango

Hi Victor,

Very interesting research you are doing. I'm also a researcher in the same area and look forward to reading more of your work.

All the best,
Eric (Zimbabwe/Norway)

Jokwi Jude

Hi Prof,
Congrats for being a leader in infotech in Africa. You are an inspiration to the African youths. Keep up the good work. With your likes, Africa is fast joining the rest of the world in infotech development.

Mofor Emmanuel

Hello Victor,
What a good area you are into. I would encourage you to make contacts with the government as all what you have in mind can actually move Cameroon further. I hope to get intouch with you as I am in the field of IT. Don't relent your efforts.
With regards
Mofor Emmanuel
IT Centre PCC

eric akuta

hi big;
shocking!NEVER knew much about you till i visited your website.bigbro;all i can say is;Gods push.

sselemba elias

heard you from our lecturer, thanks for your efforts for changing the whole world with your
ICT knowledge.thanks for that progress and determination. God bless.
sselemba elias
uganda.

tikum bertrand mbah

prof,
it was nice knowing something about you through your website.i am a cameroonian reading masters in global information technology management at turku business school in finland.i am about to write my masters thesis, and i wish to write it on IT in cameroon. i would be very grateful if you could give me some advice on how to go about it.however, my supervisor has asked me to look for any finish company that does business in cameroon and write on thier problem area.i really need your advice on this.bye.have a nice day.
thanks.

Njiandoh Caleb

Hi prof,
nothing made me as happy as when i came over ya website.i must say i'm impressed knowing that a fellow brother has been doing that good out there.All i can say right now is more grease to ya elbow.I'll definitely get back in touch with ya cuz ya work inspired me and i'd love to undertake an MBA program in MIS as this could give a hand in solving the difficulties that we're facing back home.
May the almighty bless ya

Njiandoh Caleb

Hi prof,
nothing made me as happy as when i came over ya website.i must say i'm impressed knowing that a fellow brother has been doing that good out there.All i can say right now is more grease to ya elbow.I'll definitely get back in touch with ya cuz ya work inspired me and i'd love to undertake an MBA program in MIS as this could give a hand in solving the difficulties that we're facing back home.
May the almighty bless ya

Tifuh Isabella

Hi Dr
I'm very impressed with your work.Having read through your CV, i see you are a genius and thanks for being open to the would. I know many like myself will try to follow your path;and i think with God as our helper, we shall do greter thinks.
Thanks
Tifuh Isabelle Yaounde-Cameroon.

Ng'ang'a wa Muchiri

Hello Prof Mbarika,
Finding this website is a highlight of my day today!!
I have been combing the internet for experts on mobile technology for the past fews months so I'm really glad to have 'discovered' you.
I am on the current board of the African/ACACIA club at Lafayette college Pa. and next semester we're hoping to hold a conference on "Urbanization in Africa" a major part of which is not cell phone technology.
After looking at your research, it would be a great honor if you could make it to Lafayette in February 2008 between the 15th and the 17th and talk to us about what you have seen in various parts of the continent. Is it possible? If you're really unable to come, are there other experts in the field you'd recommend?

Warmest regards!!

AJUH JOSHUA FON

Oh Pr. Vic,
Glad to get to an interesting site like this one. My interest has been in the poverty domain, especially the concern for the rural poor who suffer the greatest incidence of poverty. many geographers, economist, sociologist and IT experts have had a greater concern for the urban people. this has made the urban population to be open to information and thus leading to a reduction in urban poverty.
I feel there is the need for development planners to turn towards the rural population. ICT for rural poverty reduction can be very efficient in the abatement and eradication of rural poverty especially in the developing countries where there is still the ruralisation of poverty.I shall hopefully get back to you with an article I am developing on the topic:
TO THE HANDS OF THE RURAL POOR IN CAMEROON:
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE....
Coming soonest

AJUH JOSHUA FON

hello Prof, Hope you have seen the draft of my article on ICT and rural poverty in Cameroon. this article tries to look at the role of ICt in rural poverty alleviation. It further looks at the geographical dispersion of ICT infrastructure in Cameroon, and the problems affecting ICT development in the country. please go through it an let's see if it can be published in AJIS online.

AJUH JOSHUA FON

Hi Pr. i AM WAITING ON YOUR COMMENTS ON THE ARTICLE ON ICT AND THE RURAL POOR IN CAMEROON...

AJUH JOSHUA FON

PROF, GREAT WORK YOU ARE DOING. WENT THROUGH YOUR DETAILED CV. THIS GAVE ME LOTS OF INSPIRATION AND DESIRE TO WORK HARDER. IT IS LIKE YOU WORK ALL THE TIME. I HAVE LEARNT FROM IT THAT HARD WORK PAYS.
STAY BLESSED AND HOPE TO GET BACK TO YOU SHORTLY.
YOUR SMALL, JOE

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