Mentioned by someone before. There used to be a buy of 284. Lately 326 shares. Today 326 @ 31.75. Certainly odd. Today's end price 31.75? Questions always question. Seriously though, why £100 spent? Balancing book I? Marker? Random? Hardly.
"""Apparently angered by the somnolence of certain civil servants who have frustrated the rate of development in the Region, Southwest Governor, Bernard Okalia Bilai, has issued November 15, as deadline for files pertaining to all contracts to leave the offices of civil servants ...... He remarked that some civil servants are deliberately stockpiling files relating to contracts in their cupboards, waiting for contractors to come and give bribes and other forms of kickbacks.""" http://www.cameroonpostline.com/Content.aspx?ModuleID=1 I'm sure that won't be happening at MoME... Also let's hope the GrimReaper keeps away from ElPresidente in the next few weeks....... ""President Paul Biya has lost his elder sister, to the cold hands of death. She died at the Yaounde General Hospital on Sunday October 19, ... She died barely two days after President Biya buried his mother-in-law, Rosette .... In recent years, President Paul Biya has lost an armada of friends, former classmates and childhood friends. They include George Walter Gango, Phillipe Matanga, Hubert Nkoulou, Robert Mbella Mbappe, Ferdinand Leopold Oyono, Bishop Jean Zoa etc ...... http://www.cameroonpostline.com/Content.aspx?ModuleID=1&ItemID=11717
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