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Friday, 24 December 2004


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Tebid Joshua

The Post,
Thank you so much for letting us in the diaspora to know the happenings in our beloved country. It is time for you people to sit down and say congratulations to each other for a job well done in the year 2004. (My own observation).It may be you don't know what you have been doing to Cameroonian far off country. You have been doing being a marvelous job. I feel so comfortable and back country every Monday and and Wednesday when I am on the internet.Please, don't relent your efforts.
I am wishing you all the best for the coming year 2005. Courage.
God bless you all.

sango sango

The staff of the post,
I can't thank u guys enough for the good work have been doing for cameroonians in diaspora. I've been really well informed and at times, even baffled my friends and family back home by telling them what is going on there. I hope you continue with the good work and I wish u all the best for the coming year.
Thanks once again


The Staff of the Post,

I must thank you guys for a job well done. I am tempted to think that I am informed about Cameroon now better than I used to when I was still back home thanks to your updates. You should not under-rate the impart you make in our nation building, but keep up the good work. We stand behind you until tomorrow. Once more thanks.


Thank u for letting some of us whom paul biya the silent dictator has sent on exile to know about the latest happenings in the frustrated beloved fatherland fed with empty cpdm slogans without any realisation.
the diff with your paper is that it doesnt play the kind of stomach politics common to most cameroonians.
God bless all of us this new year,and lets hope that one day wen dream of having an election.
Cameroon remains one of the lasts countries on planet earth that has never experienced an election aprt from the kinds of refrendums saddam used to organise.....

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