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Monday, 24 January 2005

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Jam Nabi

Nice break from thiefs shooting and killing and the mayor of Muyuka trying to commit suicide,Biya buying a new plane etc etc

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LS

Really I was touched with Elizabeth's music when I first listened to during Becky Ndive's morning savari. I could not believe the angelic voice to be Cameroonian until it was confirmed. I looked for the cassette every time I go to South West to no avail, until I tumbled on a pirated copy in my village. I had no choice than going in for it. You know what, I played this cassette from my village through Bamenda to Douala. The gospel music eased my journey with no hitch of any nature on the way. We need to encourage this woman promote her music and most probably buy the original cassettes. The problem now lies, where do we procure them?. She leaves where there is no means of communication to contact her find out where to obtain her cassettes. Something should be done or somebody helps her out. She sure needs assistance. For me she should not be called Agatha Moses of Cameroon, because listening to her lyric she is comparable to none. Eliza, keep on the battle. To God be the Glory

Nissi Robs

Dear Elizabeth Tekeh,

I Really appreciate God on your behalf and for what Him has done for you.

Actually, I went through web and washappy. Am also a singer but needed an assistance, I planed going to a music school where i can improve in my singing ministry, Pls i would went you to help me out if there is any music school u can approve for me. Waiting for your reply.

Thanks and God bless you.

Nissi.

Oben Epey John

Oben Epey John

Dear angel of God.your music has played a lot in my
life.I thank God for touching lives through you.All i can do now is pray for God to give you long life and more inspiration in the battle to win souls for the lord.
May God maintain you in his presence.

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