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Tuesday, 22 February 2005


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Shut up Mr. Kodock...what if you`re in Biya`s bad books? Are you not suppose to be an opposition leader? Stupid you...a so called opposition who`s scared of being in the bad books of the incumbent. Shame on you!! And you clowns of the UPC who`re posing behind this idiot, what`s wrong with you??

JB Seven

Kodock is the most stupid fool I have ever seen on earth. Somebody claiming to be of the opposition while sharing the incumbent's bench.
"He said in ten years, Cameroon would be one of the richest countries in Africa because government's "great ambitions" policy is aimed at fully exploiting the country's resources like gold, bauxite, diamond, etc"
Can Kodock revisit Cameroon ten years ago and give Cameroonians an account of the trends?


Kodock alias "Augustine le serpent" Should keep his big mouth shot up. He claims that he has never embezzeled a franc. He failed to remember that he was forced to accept the UPC-CPDM alliance because he was avoiding to give an account of CAMAIR under his managment demanded by Biya throwing stones on Biya. Can he say so and look into the eyes of his audience? He claims he walk tall amongs oppossition leaders, beside Ezeka, where can he draw following as a potical leader?
Kodock let sleep dogs lie so you better short up your mouth and not to anticipate his trial as an embezzler and criminal against humanity.


Thank you Mr Kodock for telling us Biya has a bad book which you do not want your name to be inside.Biya has never told the Cameronian people he has a bad book,thereby hiding the truth from the people he is torturing.i think it is time for him to publish it for the Cameroonian people to know exactly who to be blamed for the misfortune the nation has been going through,rather than staying quiet to receive all the blames.


MR. Kodock,
Please can you let us know the names that are in Mr. Biya's black book. It looks like you are the keeper of this book. It is a shame that a so called "politician" like you talk about a black book of the president. I feel ashamed that you are in history books or will be. I will tell my kids exackly who you are.

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