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James Ayuk

Hi.

I am based in Cape Town, South Africa and very impressed with the level of info. that I collect from your publications. Without doubts, of mighty interest now is news about the politics of the country with the coming of the presidentials.

It is just unfortunate that at times like these when we get the opportunity to turn the tables, distractors trickle in to disrupt the lofty ideals of the people. I don't know how flawed things might have been but I would wish that this coalition movement that I so hear about should be strengthened by way of reunifying it. The leaders in arguement should be encouraged to the discussion table. If they start refusing to compromise at this level, then what have we to predict about their desire to compromise for the nations interest when all will be under their absolute control.

James Ayuk, Cape Town.

Proudly Cameroonian. Longlive Cameroon.

FRANCK , London

The on going tug-of-war within the opposition...or if you

like,the coalition parties,is unfortunate.The cpdm had

grown in stature over the years,by its simple manipulation of cameroonians,that the absent of a united

front,by the opposition towards the up-coming election,is already sounding the note of victory for the

incumbent.I would have suggested a one-time Isreali-styled arrangement,during which both candidates agreed to

share the stipulated term of office.If a tenure in cameroon is for 7years,then,they can very well collude

to unseat the incumbent,then share the term between them

and allow cameroonians to judge whom,between them was a

proper representative of their aspiration.It`s now left

for the cardinal to pray for cameroon.

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