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Thursday, 24 February 2005


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It seems to me that some CPDM guys are begining to give reason some cookies. Keep the Spirit Mr Mayor. We hope that such thoughts,as constructive as they maybe should not only stop at the Mountain Race.


Mr Mayor, I admire your gumption, in that alternative universe called Cameroun. Don't stop. Keep doing the right thing.


Enanga Manyanye

At last the Buea population has someone willing to voice out thier worries.This problem of the organisation of "Mountain Race" done by some unsrupulous people from Yaounde has been a headache to everyone living in the town.It's inadmissible to even think of something like that. Buea most be the first place to benefit from this organisation.When the famous Mount Cameroon want to vomits some lavas that's when the "big guns from yaounde" knows it's Buea Mountain and only the Buea populace is rendered homeless stranded,frustrated and what ever. But when it's money making from that same mountain,those peole living there are forgotten.Where is the logic in all that.Someone told me that, most of the hostesses for the race are brought from Yaounde as if they are no beautiful girls in Buea.For me that's insulting and unbearable .I know if it was possible,The Chariot of God would have taken to Yaounde,cos maybe we don't deserve it in Buea(Anglophone).God wasn't a fool to put that Mountain in Buea,He knows we can handle it for good or bad.When Guinness was the official organiser things were not like this.I remember my father taking the whole family to Buea every year just for a week-end in the name of Mountain Race.Some people used to called it "Bakweri Chrismas";but today the enthusiasim is no more there.
Thank you Lord Mayor for that wonderful intervention.But i also blame all the sons and daughters of Buea(Fako),cos they don't take initiatives.Nobody will give you anything if you don't fight for it.Instead of you fighting Mbella Moki,put your heads togheter and fight for things like the organisation of this race by the Buea people,like Razel compagny coming with 95% of work force from Yaounde when the roads were constructed in Buea and so many other things which can benefit the inhabitants of that beautiful city.We thank God the mayor took the bull by the horns and he needs your support and help to achieve this.
I'm sorry if i wrote too much it's just that i had so much to say on this particular issue.I hope i didn't hurt anyone.I was just voicing out my opinion,and by law i know i'm right.
I won't end all this without thanking the Post News Paper for the good work done so far.Keep on going.You guys have our support.
A proud daughter of Bokwoango(Buea).

JB Seven

Everyone can understand from the the way Mayor Mbella looks at things, why Dr/Mrs Dorothy Limunga Njeuma NEVER wanted Mbella Moki to be the mayor for BRC. Though Mbella might be just one good cocoyam in a pot of cocoyams....


It takes the guts of a man like Mbella Moki to get things done.For those of you who dislike him,i'd say Mr.Moki is not just a leader with a cumbersome charisma,but he is an ardent christian who seeks the progress of his people.Most people who work with Mbella Moki get really lucky in this life.God bless you,Lord Mayor.



Keep up the good work.


Please some Cameroonian should stop making politics out of every situation.CPDM is a party with very good ideologies.If the mayor makes wonderful suggestions like the one he just made,it is very wrong for someone to write saying some CPDM lords are beginning to understand.The race is not a party affair,rather a Cameroonian affair and CPDM does not encourage misappropiation in anyway towards the organisation of the race.Once more stop making politics out of every event.

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