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Friday, 22 October 2004

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Francis

This Minister is just an x-ray of the Biya regime. He has nothing to say.Nobody has anything to say when it comes to this elections. It was simply a waste of time because the Biya regime already won before polling started. it is a pity for Cameroon a country so rich in natural resources but yet has more than half of it´s population poor and needing help.God save us from this evil regime. thanks

the sheikh

It was obvious for the minister of communication to say what ever momojombo he wished to say. It is also typical of the CPDM mentality that when the government opinion has discribed something as white, the ministers and other officials just have to echo it.
I don't even see any reason why people should waste their precious time talking about the results of the elections. 80% of Cameroonians knew the result before the registration process even started. This was while on the election day itself, everywhere looked like "ghost towns" as people were busy going about their businesses or simple stayed at home as f nothing was going on.
The cameroon case is a terminal case and any stupid politician who comes up today in cameroon to fool the people should be ready to lead Cameroonian in a popular uprising to overthrow the etundi junta. The electoral system has failed and no one should pretend it can ever work. If this is not the case, then i fear Cameroonians do not need any egoistic politics again.
WELL WE SHOULD FOLD OUR ARMS AND WAIT IT MIGHT JUST HAPPEN REALLY SOON.............

Wanaku

"Famous Ndongo" will never be more famous than Cardinal Tumi. Read "Cardinal" ... You have to work really hard to earn something like that infront of your real name. You cannot claim a title to "Fame" without any "works". What is Ndongo's claim to "Fame"? Lies?
In natural law, Truth sets Free, Lies will keep you prisoner forever. There is no "Fame" in telling lies.

Blessed are those who tell the Truth ...

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