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Thursday, 30 September 2004

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Afeseh Ngwa Hilary.

What a read! Disabusing.
Really to be an intellectual is not to bag a phD certificate or professorship, it is to behave like one.
Hilary.

Ngoh Walters

I read the article with alot of keen interest after reading that of last week by thesame author.
Interseting to know what Wole Soyinka said in the"Gods Are Not To Blame" "A butterfly thinks himself a bird".
Thats exactly what Hogbe Nlend,Pahai,Issa Nchiroma and Ndam Njoya
all now are.Having the priviledge to have been admitted by the leading opposition party into a coalition,they should have been humble to see the coalition go through the election of October 11th 2004.But just like a nurse in an operation theatre who doesnot want to hold the doctors' scissors and see him carry out the operation,but want to carry out the operation himself(the nurse),lets wait and see what results these political clowns and adventurers will obtain on october 11th 2004.I have self respect for the CDU and Ndam Njoya for he has stood steadfast since 1990.But for the others who want to use him(Ndam Njoya) and the SDF(if the coalition had not split)to achieve thier political adventuring goals,they are not different from prostitutes.Politics is not a game of principles and in politics they are no permanent friends or enemies.But to negotiate an alliance or coalition with parties that donot and cannot win even a seat at municipal and legislative elections is and was a waste of time.
The SDF,NEC and Fru Ndi should proceed with thier campaing,even though the elections have been rigged
in advance in favour of the incumbent party and its candidate, CPDM and Paul Biya.
As the author said in the last article,revolutions are nutured over time to have effect in the future.
Cameroonians go out and vote on October 11th 2004.

Ngoh Walters
Surrey,UK.

Neba Funiba

Mr. Clovis A., thank you very for your eloquent thesis. More people need to do an honest critical analysis as you have (and not bellypolitiking--calling a dictator a natural candidate) in order to generate the type of awareness needed to educate Cameroonians and effect change. Ndam Njoya needs to first explain his role in the Ahidjo clique in order to become a credible politician. Ndam Njoya is chairman of his party, parliamentarian, mayor of Foumban, presidential candidate, and so on and so on. Has he members in his party? Are they qualified to be anything? Please, let somebody tell me. My impression is that Ndam Njoya is an autocratic and frenchified narcissistic political crank

Neba Funiba

Mr. Clovis A., thank you very for your eloquent thesis. More people need to do an honest critical analysis as you have (and not bellypolitiking--calling a dictator a natural candidate) in order to generate the type of awareness needed to educate Cameroonians and effect change. Ndam Njoya needs to first explain his role in the Ahidjo clique in order to become a credible politician. Ndam Njoya is chairman of his party, parliamentarian, mayor of Foumban, presidential candidate, and so on and so on. Has he members in his party? Are they qualified to be anything? Please, let somebody tell me. My impression is that Ndam Njoya is an autocratic and frenchified narcissistic political crank

Neba Funiba

Mr. Clovis A., thank you very for your eloquent thesis.

Neba Funiba

Mr. Clovis A., thank you very for your eloquent thesis.

Md

Let be honest. Do not distract people with wrong perception that you have of Cameroon. You should know that Fru and the NEC hackers have sold cameroonians' dream for a change. Fru is the worst politician I have never seen. Fru Ndi will never be president in Cameroon. We know that he will soon get in the government.

Dikky

I don´t care who will represent the opposition in Cameroon, all I need to hear or see is a change. Cameroon is not a kingdom, Cameroon is a republic. It is a shame to those who call themselves intellectuals to recognised the fact that since independence we have been blessed with only two ´CAPABLE´presidents.

JB Samba

Mr Clovis
Thank you for the valuable and directing information. Keep feeding Cameroonians as such. Genuine Cameroonians will understand, the others may not, but one day they will.
JB

emmanuel

it is interesting for NDam Njoya and the rest to know that they make themselves very stupid and betray their education when they talk silly things about others, I will rather advise them to revise their notes and their ways rather than celebrate the fact that they cary papers that deceive them that they are Intellectuals.

Thomson

Dear Mr Clovis, I must thank you from the bottom of my heart. In fact all these will, since the exit of Pa John the fearless from the coalition, I've been trying as much as i could to enlighten those who are still disgruntly about the whole issue. Your articles are superb and are a wonderful source of inspiration to me. I only wish if these could be translated into french so that a handful of our french brothers too could read and know the truth. Whatever it may be we must accept that fact that God will always be the winner so those who stand for the truth, being the people's true representatives will always be the winners as well at the end of the day. Let Ndam and his gang go ahead, they will regret at the end. Dear Bro keep on with the good work and throw more light again on the whole issue leaving out no dust. This precious information will baptist our strugle to social justice and equality. God bless you and the Post in general. All Cameroonians should come out and cast their votes let's boot this dictator out.

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