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Friday, 29 October 2004


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Ngeh ngala

SDF is believe to have worn this year elections again but according to Biya he wants to Silence the SCNC case currently holding in the african courts of Gambia by puting other english opposition into his government.H e is not the most inteligent he should go and dine with shirack in France and leave cameroon as he knows he has just few days ahead of him to live than to send us youths out of the country with his corrupt ministers.Thank you Fru Ndi over your death body SDF remains SDF ,we have to take over that power,biya be wise!it has been to much exploitation,70percent your ass,stupid dictator you are the only one still existing in africa as all you friends who dont want to leave power have all been buried same shall be with you as with charles Taylor who now calls himself a refugee in Nigeria ,Let thunder strike you fool..........

Janvier Tchouteu

I am tempted to comment on this issue of the last electoral masquerade each time I read utterances from its contestants. It was predictable even to the most stupid political novice that Biya's electoral rigging machinery (the most efficient in the world) would declare him victorious despite his less than 10% of popular support. All those who contested the election, Fru Ndi included knew that. No struggle can succeed if it fails to be scientific (taking into account statistics) and dialectic. It was also clear that by participating, the contestants would be legalizing Biya's usurpation. So, Fru Ndi continues to madden me with his cry of "foul" when he had the most favorable position against Biya and blew it(deliberately and also perhaps out of ignorance), thereby setting the true exponents of change years back in the struggle to realize a new, united, progressive, democratic and economically promising and advanced kamerun.

We should be honest with ourselves and accept the harsh reality by asking this question. The SDF has participated in five elections and has been cheated massively in all. But how many times has Fru Ndi led the people in virulently contesting the results? The harsh answer is that only in the 1992 and 2004 presidential elections that he contested. So over the years Fru Ndi failed to distinguish the interest of the struggle (the ideals of Kamerun's union nationalism with the fulcrum being the realization of the objectives of reunification and independence) and his personal interests (power, wealth, glory). In the struggle for the future new Kamerun, Fru Ndi, Ndam Njoya, Bello Bouba, and all the other fake opposition leaders have become irrelevant. It is time they bow out of the scene instead of being an obstacle in the struggle with their presence. They contributed in keeping Kamerun at this stage of political incomprehension and lethargy.

Janvier Tchouteu

Insightful reply to the above; by a compatriot.

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