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Monday, 28 March 2005


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Tayong Mukete

Thanks very much for this article. I think the so called DO will learn his lessions after the court hearing.
After the case he had in Buea High Court during his tenure as DO for Buea.
Now he has come to Mbonge. I hope justice will take its course.

Ngwa Johnson

Diny says why is Bisoro Balue Chief Looking for land in Big Nganjo?

Case Study:

Njikam Estates at Ikiliwindi, Kumba, Land of the Natives of Ikiliwindi, Bafaw.

Mukete Estates of Banga Bakundu, land of the Bakundu natives of Banga.

Uprising anticipated.

If Chief Mukete Joseph Bosambe of Bisoro Balue looses to the people of Big Nganjo, then the Bafaws of Ikiliwindi and the Bakundus of Banga Bakundu might definitely rise against Njikam Estates and Mukete Plantations respectives, and this will be a very serious problem to the Administration of Meme Division.

Both Njikam and Chief Mukete have acquired several hectares of what Diny calls "community land" of the Bafaws and Bakundus.

Ngwa Johnson
fiango, Kumba.

Tayong Mukete, Zwolle - The Netherlands.

Dear Editor,
Thanks for the article.
I think its high time some of our so called DOs stop their corrupt practices.
It's very childish to hear Diny Ngoe (DO) saying that " it is a taboo for a chief to leave his village and fight in another chiefdom" as if Chief J.B Mukete is the first person to acquire land out of his village or he is not a Cameroonian.
The land in question is even very small as compared to Chief Mukete's contribution to the socio-economic development of Big Nganjo since the 1970s.
It is clear that when DOs are appointed chairpersons of Land Consultative Board, they tend to create more disputes rather than solving the existing ones.
Let justice prevail.

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