She took my documents & proceeded to take the ones she didn't need & silently "throw" them back at me.
Still not a problem. You must bear with them. 😀
1. You are not allowed to speak English at @FRauCameroun even if they are in Cameroon whose official languages are French/Eng
2. If you own a business in another city where consular services are offered, you can't apply in another.
Visa application processes are neither easy nor cheap. Applicants will always do their best to meet requirements & sometimes, just sometimes it's important to let us SPEAK. @FRauCameroun
Been hearing a lot of this "non competence" buzzword lately.
Strange coincidence. 😁
Q: if a French national walked into the Cameroonian High Commission in Lagos to apply for a visa, & speaks in French, will they be told to speak English only?
UPDATE: The decision makers at the @FRauCameroun decided I wasn't worthy enough to get a visa. (Saw this coming after the blatant discrimination at my interview).
The reasons given are absurd.
Check the marked boxes.
9. Your intention to leave the territory of Member States before the expiry of the visa was not established.
The 2 reasons @FRauCameroun say they refused. But that's not true.
One day, diplomacy will mean you treat people with respect & you charge fairly.
Yep - we have moronic governments in post french colonial Africa AND we are led by leaders who are puppets on the string of France.
I have no qualms speaking up.
The French colonial pact is our stranglehold.
If I am being tracked by them and not liked for what I say, I am fine with that. Please refuse me a visa as many times as you like.
We will not stop speaking truth to power.
We will not stop seeking to be treated as HUMANS.
Even at the risk of not getting visas.
Or losing opportunities, friendships and platforms.
It is the duty of our generation.
Africans deserve better.