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Thursday, 16 September 2004

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BUNGU PETER NDULA, SCIENTIST, SASOL, SOUTH AFRICA.

PAUL BIYA SHOULD HANDOVER POWER FOR THE BEST INTEREST OF ALL CAMEROONIANS.

I strongly disagree with the opinion previously mentioned that, Mr. Biya is the best manager for Cameroon. Following what has transpired in the country over the past years, it is clear that, Mr. Biya has destroyed the future of all Cameroonians. He has never been and will never be the best manager for the country. The inhabitants of Bakassi Penisula prefer Nigeria to Cameroon because of the present situation of the country. We really need a change of government.It will not be surprising if Mr. Biya still wins in the forth coming election which I know will only happen because of unfair election practises. I want Mr. Biya to know that, if an honest, free and fair election is conducted in Cameroon, he will never win.

I wish to seize this opportunity to advice Mr. Biya that, if he truly loves our father land as he claim, he should handover power to somebody else. Please, have mercy for our beloved country and hand over power and the lord God will bless you abundantly. Emulate Mr Nelson Mandela’s example who fought for freedom for his country, handed power to a younger South African while given him constant advice. Even though he is not the president, he is still being highly honoured in his country and the entire world.

I know you have a lot of experience as head of state, you will benefit the country the most not as the President but as an adviser to the President. Please re-consider your candidature as president.

Munki

Only birds of thesame feathers can rally, Mr. Mbella, you are like clean water in a dirty bottle which in the long run will be poisonous.
Mr. Mayor you can recalled what happened in your own election where boxes were destroyed in Molyko on the street but you still won.
Know ye that you always appreciate yourself like a lizard because you are not the right person in that post.
you can support Biya because you are moving in one foot path.
We can't compare one thing, we must try another person apart from Biya because he is above the age of retirement. He also should give way for another Cameroonian.
We need change in Cameroon

Munki

Only birds of thesame feathers can rally, Mr. Mbella, you are like clean water in a dirty bottle which in the long run will be poisonous.
Mr. Mayor you can recalled what happened in your own election where boxes were destroyed in Molyko on the street but you still won.
Know ye that you always appreciate yourself like a lizard because you are not the right person in that post.
you can support Biya because you are moving in one foot path.
We can't compare one thing, we must try another person apart from Biya because he is above the age of retirement. He also should give way for another Cameroonian.
We need change in Cameroon

painter of the white dove

How come, that in a country of almost twenty million, thesame man has been president for a quarter of a century? This alone, I believe speaks volume about the thievery, dishonesty and dictatorial oppression that characterises the political processes engendered by this man.It is a shame.
ako, the painter of the white dove

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