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HANSEL

i am surprised to hear that ,even after the painful death of barrister Eseme ,poeple still have the gods to
grabble with the truth.but i strongly believe that the
ghost of the barristr of late will haunt after its perpetuators.the murderer(s) will not go in free.IF worldly justice does not take its cause then DIVINE JUSTICE will do.
NHON-MAN.

Dr  Ati  Emah S

"NO EVIL DEED CAN GO UNPUNISHED.ANY EVIL DONE BY MAN TO MAN WILL BE REDRESSED,IF NOT NOW, THEN CERTAINLY LATER;IF NOT BY MAN, THEN CERTAINLY BY GOD,FOR THE VICTORY OF EVIL OVER GOOD CAN ONLY BE TEMPORARY."(DELE GIVA).

It is unfortunate when justice is so much twarted by even those who are to ensure justice.The case of Barrister Eseme is just one in a roll of unfotunate citizens who have suffered from the barbaric acts of some government officials. It is no doubt therefore that these perpetuators of evil will want this same regime that has brought untold sufferings on its people to continue to pilot the affairs of this country for the next 7 years after 22 year of abject poverty, misery of the majority of its people to the advantage of a few greedy mediocres

We shall all be responsible for the consequences that will befall this our great country. Not trying to be a prophet of doom but the probable outcome is clear to everyone who wishes to listen to his or her conscience.

May the lord help Cameroon

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