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Thursday, 23 December 2004

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REMEMBER YOU AT THIS CHRISTMAS TIME WITH PRAYERS

DEAR JOHNSON,

WE REMEMBER YOU AT THIS CHRISTMAS TIME WITH PRAYERS FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY WHO ARE SPENDING CHRISTMAS AWAY FROM YOU BECAUSE OF THE INJUSTICES IN CAMEROON.

WE PRAY THAT GOD ALMIGHTY WHO HAS WITNESS EVERY INCIDENT WILL NOT ONLY PROVE YOU INNOCENT BUT BRING THE GUILTY TO JUSTICE.

HAVE CONFIDENT IN GOD AND HE WILL PROTECT AND DELI EVE YOU AND KEEP YOUR FAMILY SAVE DURING THIS CHRISTMAS AND YEAR NEW PERIOD.

MAY GOD RICHLY BLESS YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE HOLD WITH JOY, HAPPINESS, AND GOOD HEALTH?

MAY YOU ALWAYS GAIN FAVOUR FROM OUR FATHER ABOVE.

GOD BLESS YOU.

courtney Eko

Mbella Moki is brilliant!Intelligence has got nothing to do with formal education!The 'higly'educated Government Delegate of LUC could not offer such a brilliant defence when the SDO carried out the same scathing attack on his council.There is a lesson here though:He who does not want Okalia to chop,should run a proper house.The man himself has some grey matter.

samuel, Germany

It seems to me that there is some cold war and some kind of personlity cult looming between SDO and Mayor. This is not very good for the population in a longrun, if i have a personal advice to the mayor it will be on ethics and ways of presnenting certain issues to the public, i think to my opinion he is being to crude to a fault. As CPDM wigs they should try to understand themselves and avoid washing their dirty clothes in the public.

charles should learn some administrative tact to address SDO even if he is appointed and he is elected.
bye

Kongnso Cyrille Limfenyuy

What A Great Issue:
Hon Meoto, I am pleased to see and realise the issues relating to the state of Buea are of prior interest and really into your heart. Thanks for the cordiality with the Mayor. I will want to think if this continues at such,then Buea will be of great significance even in the face of the Republic. I know and hold most strongly that the hands that lift up the issues of this small and nice state are just the best capable of this grand task. It's being entrusted upon you people(MP and Mayor)was not a matter of coincidence but divine delegation. I am glad that the Mayor could be able to back the slaches of the SDO who ignorant of the issues of the state, even as to where car taxes are paid, turns to sabotage the state of Buea. Go ahead gentlemen and know we are always in fervent support of all you know as much as it remain at the interest of Buea,the land of our foundation, a land of our pride.
Kongnso,
Berlin Germany

Tayong

What can those CPDM stooges do for Buea and the rest of Anglophone Cameroon? They are just working for their stomachs and nothing else. What can they tell intelligent Cameroonians about tax collection or related issues in Cameroon? Mr Mayor, what taxes do you collect and how do you manage them. If you want, you should request for a public debate to high profile and objective Cameroonians individuals like Bate Bissong and endeavour to answer questions about how you are managing the council. Corruption and not developmental objectives will definitely be your overriding objective of staying in power. you cannot fool Cameroonians everytime. you have no, i mean no interest in developing Buea in mind in as much you are working for the corrupt goverment of la republic du Cameroon backed by the evil France.

Titi Enanga

Mr SDO,thank you for your concern in the development of Buea.But we plead with you not to disturb Mbella Moki and the council administration;everybody can see the terrific work done so far,the city has got so many mayors but none of them did what Mbella has done.Buea is proud of the dynamism of the young man so please just give him some space to do more.I know with him there's hope for so many youths in the municipality.
I wish all of you in the Post News paper a wonderful New Year.Special Greetings to my endless friend Pegue Manga.
Titi Enanga
Washington DC

Frank

Perhaps the DeeO or Prefect (I thought we left that whole prefect deal in secondary school) wants homage or a cut of city revenues. That is what the cult of Chiracian, Francafreaky corruption is about in that sad place, is it not? Chirac pecks down at the Biyas and other frauds, who peck down and so on down to the prefects, gens d'harms etc to the common folk who get screwed over. Folks, how could we allow ourselves to be lorded over by a bully prefect from Yawinde? Until we reject this kind of colonialism, wholesale wellll we deserve what we've got.

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