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Thursday, 27 January 2005


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Tayong EE

Hey! Something is really happening in Cameroon law.First it was Kumba and the "Johnson Ayuk" palaver,later it was the "DO and lawyers" and now "DO and magistrate palaver".Well done judges and lawyers.This sounds like a European or American type sentence.Without fear or favour
Honestly speaking should an honest Cameroonian rule this country one day the world shall have events to comments on coming from Africa and particularly Cameroon.Everyone should stand up back home .Cameroonians make news and make us proud of our country.Good judgement,brilliant ideas,brilliant reforms,courageous actions like this one.Forget of the corrupt French system and move on.I am by this medium calling on any courageous Cameroonian back home to take the bull by the horns and call for an ALL ANGLOPHONE CONFERENCE .This should have nothing to do with the SCNC at all.In fact even the PM should be invited.The presidency should be invited,Simon Achidi Achu,Mafany Musonge,Anyahgwe,Fru Ndi,Dr Forbin,Dorothy Njeuma ,Njalla Quan,Cardinal Tumi,Bishop Verzekof in Bamenda,Prof Zacharia Njeuma,Barrister Ntumfor Halle,Acha Morfaw,Rt Captain Tataw Eta Stephen, Eric Chinje,Prof Wache,Mola Njoh Litumbe, etc etc.It happens everywhere.The French in Canada,The Dutch in Belgium,The Aboriginal in Canada etc.Its not a strange Idea.Its not partisan politics but a people's indentity at crossroads.
Those of us in the Diaspora are earnestly waiting for that time and we are ready to support by any means possible. It should have nothing AT ALL TO DO WITH POLITICS but Anglophone values. Killing the division that has existed between NW / SW for long etc.Making our voices heard world wide.
Please we are waiting.Contact The post and then The post will contact us.
TAYONG EE in Denmark

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