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Monday, 23 February 2009

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DR TAN OF CAMEROON

I AM GLAD THAT , T YOU SAY, IT,S AN EXPERIENCE. WE ARE SOULS ON A PILGRIMAGE EXPERIENCE. JESUS WENT TO JAIL.
ST PAUL WAS PUT IN PRISON.
SOME THINK LIFE IS ALL MONEY ANF PLEASURE.
THE TRUTH SHALL SET YOU FREE.
DR [REV] THOMPSON NTUBA MD.PH.D

Delors

Mr. Chi I'm glad you saw what we common people have been getting over the years. You were fortunate to have got people taking care of you and you came out and the other with whom you went are in their graves and the families will continue to feel the grief. However, if you decided to join the SDF to fight for the people, you should not be doubting today if you will be part of the struggle again. Only two years and you are fed up, what do you think of those who have been in the struggle since 1990 when you were ejoying your military ranks. I know the next thing for you will be to join the cpdm and attack Fru Ndi especially as you hail from the same area as Fru and also as confused anglophones think Fru Ndi is their frustrations. They attack Fru Ndi but work in offices where there are more qualified than their francophone bosses but can't say a work when the francophones kick their asssssss.

Please contact atanga the minister without a ministry to give you money fight your brother.

munguh

the down fall of a man is not the end of his life.
Stand and fight for the people and for your country.Talk about the unknown experiences to others.

Mani

Cameroon needs a war! Moral, spiritual, physical....the time to bury our heads in the sand is long past; all the stronger and better nations today had to fight for it. It's a continuous struggle and non violence will be the ideal way, but points to note are that it'll never be handed down on a platter and fear is the worst alternative....think five, ten, twenty years from now, do people think with the stranglehold on power, corruption and inequality things will change? For us? For our kids? For a future....tough times call for tough decisions

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