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Since after the 11th of october 1992, it became clear to every reasoning cameroonian that there can never be a free elections in Cameroon without the presence of an independent electoral commission.
As it is now, it will be a fallacy if the results compile by NEO, tally with that of the government, because from every indication, it is clear that the results were ready-made as many Cameroonians who never even bothered to register had predicted.
If we take Buea for instance, by the end of pooling it was quite clear that the SDF had won in over 90% of the pooling stations. But as usual what yaounde told the people was what every one had predicted.
In every political dispensation, there are alway two major ways of getting power; if power can not be taken through the ballot, then it is through the barrel. And sincerely if you ask my opinion i will gladly say that Cameroon has long passed the point of hoping to change power through the ballot.
Thus i think any right thinking Cameroonian who sincerely wants a change in this country should be ready to pick up his gun if THE RESULT IS AGAINST THE POPULAR ASPIRATION of the Cameroonain people this time around. And NEO should not be the one to spark off this.......

Oswald Ngwang

How can l get in touch with reporter Nformi Sunde Konsai please?

nformi sonde kinsai

I got your reaction and my mind went memory lane when you were still in Cameroon. We are still suffering this way and smiling.I hope with my address, we shall be communicating more frequently. Accept my warm greetings once more. Keep on with the WICUDA activities that way for we have been getting the echoes.

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