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Mvondo

This is not funny "..It was also agreed that national as well as international observers that have not been accredited by the Cameroon government should be arrested to restrain their movements." So under which law does that fall.?? To arrest to restrain their movement?? So is it a CRIME in this GOD fosaken country to observe people voting??
Makarana-ha?? That is YES DOMO-CRACY AND LI-BERTY a la Repiublique du Cameroon.

Biya

Yes Mvondo! We need to restrain their movement. For all those that have been acredited we'll tell them where they have to be, or atleast have a map of where they are during this IMPORTANT theatre sorry elections. So if we have the slightest indication that the people are serious on putting me out of office then we'll animate our stations where we have news there are no crazy observers. If the observers decide to move to our spot of action we can then inform our guys through cell phones that the observers are coming.
So if there are any unacredited observers they can show-up without warning and as you know that will not be good news. Becuase even our democracy teachers are prospecting that it will be very hard for them to replay 1992 in the international community. As lots have changed.
That is why only we know how many people have registered to vote. That for now is state secret. Thanks Marafa we can keep it so till after the elections. The girls and boys of NEO are good at their job and they'll not dare ask Marafa how many voters are registered. It is going to be a real Nkoh party.

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