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When i comes to the cameroonians, I see signs of selfishness, selfcentered etc.

SDF wants to go out of this coalition for one candidate why ?????????

This shows how most of this opositions are not fighting for the interest of the country but for their self interest.

What is the reason for 250 parties in cameroon of which they can not still change the country?

we need all the opositions to come together and send biya away this time.

This time if the oposition failed to come together and change the country, we will go behind all the oposition leader first before the biya.

Do u see what is happenning in north Africa? Because the opositions has joint together with the people to form one and kick out this dictators. What is happenning in cameroon?

We have to follow same. Biya is the next to go after Egypt president. we don't need this people in power.

Cameroonians are calling on all the oposition leaders, the armies, police etc to come together and change comeroon. this year is a great year of history to African. this year is a great year of change in African. this year is a year of development in african and and year of beginning of democracy in African and cameroon at most.

We are calling on all the cameroonian to carry out a peaceful protect for biya and we are calling on the whole world to joint. we are equally calling for the Arm forces in cameroon to joint cameroon for peaceful change.

you will believe me that in a country of democracy, no president will stay in power for 30 year. Except he is a dictator.

Cameroonain, wake up from sleep. it is stupid to see that youth were celebrating youthday today when they do not have a future.

Oposition leader, we want to hear from you guys this time. we want to see that you come up with one coalition leader to stand for president and not all this parties. stop being selfcenter.

To the youth and cameroonians in general, if you want to get a better future, go to the street and protest for your right peacefully.

Gan Charles

The government has relied on this lack of unity amongst opposition parties to divide and conquer. There is no reason for the opposition parties to form a coalition outside of parliament. Are forming a coalition to present one unified candidate for president in the upcoming elections? If so it is bound to fail because the egos involved. What we need is a grassroots movement without any leader, no political party - just people power!

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