The gate surrounding the very beautiful water fountain at the main entrance of the university of Buea now lie half way broken. This incident which occurred on Sunday 7 June 2015 did not only damage U B,s gate but brought down two electric poles, an ice cream machine and nearly killed a girl who was trying to better her life through the sale of roast corn. Ever since the zebra crossing was introduced in Buea, there have been numerous accidents along the road. Even the zebra crossing paint is fading off and no one seems to be doing anything or saying anything
Even if the council threatens street vendors they still don,t see this as as major threat. Everyday people assemble all sorts of things along the road for sale.It seems as if the market may soon out-lift it usefulness as goods and services of all sorts are sold along the road for those who may need them. With this new trend many persons don,t go to major markets again to buy when they can just tend around and with no stress and buy whatever they need along the road. The absence of well organised markets have caused an imperfection in both the commodity purchase and the market. Commodity markets seems not well organised and in which case they don,t even provide the necessary signals conclusive for development and distribution channels .Due to the fact that the capital market is poorly organised they could hardly serve as channels which can be used for investment and saving purposes
At the entrance of the university of Buea were big banners of Orange Cameroon.This was a quiet big initiative by Orange as it helped people recognise that something big was going on in school and that they needed to be part of it.
They offered promotions with phones and internet keys. They also printed out T shirts and gave to the department as part of their effort to a successful celebration of ASJUB 20TH ANNIVERSARY. The presence of Orange Cameroon at this event made it a popular and successful.
It all began with a spectacular march past from the entrance of the university of Buea to the opens commons. Both the alumni and current students were part of this march past. The display was colourful with each batch starting from the year 1993 carrying a banner and on it was the year they were admitted into the department.
The activities of the 19TH ended with a come and see encounter between the alumni and the current students. The question of who won the match was not of great interest but who played the match. The weather was good and the field of play was lovely as no one sustained an injury. The two football matches was heavily attended by a crowd that was convinced by the wonderful animation at the pitch.