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Monday, 24 January 2005

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ngong mbako

LET THE WORLD KNOW ,THE TRUTH SHALL ONE COME OUT.THINGS SHALL NOT END LIKE THAT.LET LA REP. NOT FORGET WITH THE OIL MONEY THEY BUY ARMS BUT THEY SHOULD NOT FORGET,THE GODS OFAMBAZIONIAN WILL ONE COME, AS HE DID COME MOSES.

Asibong Ebot Elvis

The two English province of Cameroon has constanly been ignored by the Biya`s regime. But "no one was born to rule forever",If Biya is a wise man then all this unusual arrest of SCNC,Activist should come to an end, for they are actually fighting or aggitating for their own right.
Man from creation was given the power to choose and to reject. Biya today is your turn but tomorow will be another.
May God Bless You

Livinus

People commit a "crime" in one jurisdiction and are tried in another close to you Biya. People commit a civil "crime" and are tried in your military tribunal. You ramdomly suspect and detain people and call them criminals.Your People commit crimes and you but you close your eyes.

You have things your way. I hope you will also have things your way by living for ever.

Glenn Wilson

I was just wondering if these same treatements have been delivered to the Buea Police inspector (Stephen Ngu) who poured and ignited kerosine over a young man (Werriwo) who later died? How can anyone be expected to have confidence to bring business to Cameroon. The justice system in Cameroon, is one where you die before the justice can be delivered.
Glenn Wilson

Hilary Awoo ndole

Our famous artist Bob Marley sang it " Every one got the right to decide on destiny but on the judgment time there will be no partiality..." I know Biya and his over zealous gangstars of La Republique du Cameroon may not know, as they are power drunk. They will commit all sort of crimes on humanity on partrotic Southern Cameroonian but they will not kill the spirit of the SCNC. But mark them the ghost of these victims will keep on haunting them through out their life on earths as to that beyond. May God bless the martyres of Southern Cameroon, and Long live SCNC.

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