Wednesday, 16 March 2016

Sende Bende has a message for you all

Cameroonian actress Sende Bende received enormous backlash yesterday after posting a "controversial" post on her Facebook page regarding the saga between Laquintinie Hospital and late Koumate Monique. 
This morning the actress posted this on her Facebook page..

"SOCIAL MEDIA CALL 
Dear Friends,  followers,  fans and family,
 My name is SENDE Bende,  a socialist and Film Actor,  I write to thank you all for watching my back especially at this crucial moment that I react to what has been trending online about the LAQUANTINIE SCANDAL and my personal view point to the later.  
 
Dear lovely people,  I might have said it in a different tone but as a mother and female like late MONIQUE  koumate (RIP).
I hereby send out this call as a total support for the bereaved family of KOUMATE and that justice should take its course.
My write up was to continuously support each and everyone of us to remain steadfast,  be each and every ones keeper and look not on our government for decision making but to help those in malaise at every given moment.
 
 I am SURE,  as much as you all are supportive of this course,  I am in no way indifferent.
Nevertheless,  I withdraw,  the errors in communicating my view points to the public as well as any such damages that this might have caused you emotionally. 
 
 Your thousand views only make me see how much love you too have for humanity and to my career. We can only read between the lines and not within our minds.
"Fire burns bad things and water quenches it's gravity".
God bless you all.
Ever loving
SENDE"
Is that an apology dear?

34 comments:

  1. Takes courage to apologise I recommend u on that

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    1. Girl, you have tried but that falls short of a sincere apology. You even continue to insult the public for not being able to read between the lines.Sad!!

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    2. Girl, you have tried but that falls short of a sincere apology. You even continue to insult the public for not being able to read between the lines.Sad!!

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  2. Thank God u don came back to ur sense

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  3. Lol ei no easy for apologise ohh chai

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  4. Now thats the Sende i know talking...Thats a brave thing you have done my dear...We all fight for one thing ..justice...And sorry too if some of our comments were so harsh....ONE LOVE ...ONE NATION

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  5. She better do lol. Who first send her to post nonsense on her timeline. She is lucky I could not comment.

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  6. She better do lol. Who first send her to post nonsense on her timeline. She is lucky I could not comment.

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  7. I will just finally say this for some of the people commenting on here. Don't know that chick above, don't watch African movies, nevertheless T.V that much, but my people... N I say this especially to "women", I clearly understood the girl above and agreed on some of the things she said, which was.... Please dear future ladies planning on having kids, ALWAYS check your health before pregnancy and during and after, especially our sisters in Africa. Our government is trash but we should take more responsibities of our selves. The other thing she said above that I agree was is.. and please listen, Doctors will not administer pain medication or so to a client without verifying the cause. As a victim of such I will share my lil example. 2009 in DC Washington, I got a miscarriage not knowing I was preggo lol, I thought it was regular menstrual cramps cus it was around that period,but it wasn't, 911 came n got me, but in the hospital I was bleeding like I was being cut inside, n it was coming out as painful as a baby, after five times of pushing out that clot of blood, I passed out almost dying, only when I woke up I realize what had happened n worst of all my parents were watching me die. Doctors could not give me pain meds till they knew the cause.... So story short, please where ever we are can we just make sure we take care of our bodies??? I mourn for the innocent lives neglected BCs of money n Papa God only you see what's happening. My dear kinnaka, u do good hon, continue your good work.love from Seattle Washington.

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    1. USA dng mekam u feel say all countries are the same.Did i hear u say 911?? Frm where u wnt tke see 911 for cameroon? Did u even hear of an ambulance that carried de woman since it was an emergency? not to mention 911. Even if u had died, u were on a be being attended to by medicals not infront of a cold dirty cement floor. I beg shut up. u no get point. By de way there are people who can't afford check ups when they are pregnant. Yes there are!!!!!

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    2. Madame Yvette Ndagha,I happen to have two babies in the same DC Howard univ hopital to be precise and doctors saw me for the first time only after 8months of both both pregnancies so forget your medical check stories and 911 bulshit.2) no one is dead unless confirmed by the doctor,so where did the doctor examine her,apparently she didn't enter the hospital that's why she was on the floor, and if they would have checked, they would have noticed the kicking babies which the mortuary attendant saw,and that's why those babies were alive when they where brought out and only died later.so forget this your 911 and medical check up bullshit.even die man dwserve for get bed,dont you think so.Jesus said although you don't work on the sabbath,you can do good and that's why if your goat falls into a well on the sabbath,you need to save it. Whatever she said and supported the first time was her true mind so no amount of appologies will change her mind.advocates of the devil

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    3. Hahahaha boo Yvette to be honest some opinions don't need to be expressed especially in sensitive issues like this. Sende Bende began by insulting the whole nation . Trying to make people look stupid for crying out against the loss of Monique and kids. And mind you we are using this case as an example to the many ills Cameroon is suffering. Between she has 3 baby girls beautiful and healthy. So in all respect Sende was WRONG. Her apology though Lil sense of pride in it. In all she succeeded in using Monique to tell us who she is.

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    4. Hahahaha boo Yvette to be honest some opinions don't need to be expressed especially in sensitive issues like this. Sende Bende began by insulting the whole nation . Trying to make people look stupid for crying out against the loss of Monique and kids. And mind you we are using this case as an example to the many ills Cameroon is suffering. Between she has 3 baby girls beautiful and healthy. So in all respect Sende was WRONG. Her apology though Lil sense of pride in it. In all she succeeded in using Monique to tell us who she is.

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    5. Hahahaha boo Yvette to be honest some opinions don't need to be expressed especially in sensitive issues like this. Sende Bende began by insulting the whole nation . Trying to make people look stupid for crying out against the loss of Monique and kids. And mind you we are using this case as an example to the many ills Cameroon is suffering. Between she has 3 baby girls beautiful and healthy. So in all respect Sende was WRONG. Her apology though Lil sense of pride in it. In all she succeeded in using Monique to tell us who she is.

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    6. Hahahaha boo Yvette to be honest some opinions don't need to be expressed especially in sensitive issues like this. Sende Bende began by insulting the whole nation . Trying to make people look stupid for crying out against the loss of Monique and kids. And mind you we are using this case as an example to the many ills Cameroon is suffering. Between she has 3 baby girls beautiful and healthy. So in all respect Sende was WRONG. Her apology though Lil sense of pride in it. In all she succeeded in using Monique to tell us who she is.

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    7. Sweetheart a get the Sende girl e point, your point or anyone expressing themselves, but however the girl talk her own, there is no better time to say something, soldier bees they go still attack lol. i picked a related topic to "moi" and shared a light, not to offend some emotional pple. And for the previous comments above, you guys a letting your emotions control your thoughts, Again, I haven't judge anyone on their condition or circumstances in Cameroon, It's a blog and freedom of speech too plenty lol

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  8. It's not about medication! It's about the fact that they were ignored.! The staff should have at least checked if the babies were still alive!

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    1. They should have checked the babies and proceeded from there. The babies were still moving! Something could still have been done. In an emergency as such,the side effect of analgesia medication is not fatal, in fact the advantages outweighs the disadvantages

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    2. They should have checked the babies and proceeded from there. The babies were still moving! Something could still have been done. In an emergency as such,the side effect of analgesia medication is not fatal, in fact the advantages outweighs the disadvantages

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    3. Who says they didn't check? they actually did and concluded the babies were dead. If the family didn't beleive what the major said, what did u expect her (the major) to do? do you want doctors to work accoding to the diagnostics of patients????

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  9. It's not about medication! It's about the fact that they were ignored.! The staff should have at least checked if the babies were still alive!

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  10. Personnaly i don't see the reason why someone has to apologise for having views different from those of the general public. This lady has a right to her opinion and should not be condemned for anything. its not because everybody thinks something is bad that makes that thing automatically bad.

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    1. Exactly my dear. We humans let our emotions control our thinking. She gave her opinion, n we will express ours. That's why I don't say "sorry" bcs when I speak it was carefully thought thru. But the chap deh for spotlight I guess.

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  11. The only thing that is pissing everyone that has feelings including me, is the fact "they" said "they couldn't operate on a dead body"???? The f*#k??? bcs EVERY DAMN person who was on duty and could have done something, did nothing all in the name of MONEY. My country is f*&ked and only God we can look too.

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  12. That will not make me want to watch any film she is in. It was all about cheap publicity, right.

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  13. Lol I don't even know the chick till she was posted on this blog. I stopped watching African movies since 2004 when I left form 3 :-) not to talk abt Cameroon movies, but Ashul dear it seems u know the girl to even watch any movie she features in and only someone living in Cameroon will see her on the screen. Abeg support the sister e career lol

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  14. It is funny how some people can still not read in between the lines in this Monique's story. you who says she was checked did you see her on a stretcher as is the medical procedure? do they attend to emergencies in the taxi? if at all they even checked did they issue a death certificate before referring to the mortuary?make wuna wake up oh. And to think the story from Andre Mama Fouda is completely incoherent with that of the Director of Nylon Hospital(the previous clinic she went to) Tschuipssss. Those gaps are enough to know that Monique's death was out of clear negligence from the health facility and we face that EVERYDAY!!!

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  15. Yvette Ndagha please if you had a story you wanned to share contact kinnaka to do dat for u.this post is not about you so please stop stealing wats left of Bendes two minutes of fame. some pipo now would jst be begging for a lil spotlight....mtsiup! attention seekers. u certainly got mine dats for sure... FYI cameroon health system n dat in d U.s r two diff things....Back to Bende....swithrt tell you manager this strategy aint working... kinnaka pls collect your money u jst helped made this girl popular....

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    1. Thanks for your attention, if that's what u thought I needed, then I got it. It doesn't matter if she post it as a head line story or I post it as a comment, I know the difference. At the end of the day, there two kinds of people, those who understood my comment n your type. Smh :-)

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  16. Queenie love, this thing way "sorry" no deh me tongue or body so lol, why she apologize even, na her opinion, Paul Biya don do worst e don ever apologize? See ya head lol, "little sence of pride deh inside" see even wetti people go still find fault, smh,
    Anyway a di wait ur call hon.

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