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Monday, 23 May 2005


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Mbu. B

Congrats Batiston! Some said you`re suffering from intellectual paralysis because you didn`t have as many diplomas as they do, just to market a drug. To others, you were too dubious to even breath around them. You did a nice thing sucking some of the `dot` that the neocolonialist extract from us everyday.
We might like to know Batiston understands prominent scholars/scientist can test an anti-retroviral drug and issue a certificate of efficacy before he takes it to the market.
He also understands, when his rights are seemingly tampered he can get a good lawyer.
I hope most of us will retract from saying all the mess we did about him, as he`s done what the very intelligent `you` might not have been able to do.

Joe Aghem

If I recall correctly, the Post literarily called this guy a feyman for standing up for his rights; a view echoed by the usual Cameroonian crowd lost in the Diaspora who do not want to see people make progress in the lives.

The Faymen in this case are the "big book" Doctors who thought they could dupe the "illiterate" "drug peddler".

A lesson for all those who comment on stories without any thought.

Colinza Coolman

Dear Brothers of the Media
It's my considered opinion that Batiston Lyonga Ikome is not acting in that air. He probably knows where he's driving to. I extend to him my hearty congratulations for the great victory.
We men are wretched things. I know many friends of the said Mr. Batiston Lyonga were his primary critics. Most of them are the so-called buddies in diaspora. No motive for the course, but for spite and jealousy.
Mr. Lyonga keep on! Don't be afraid of criticisms, instead take them as challenges and fortification. Your enemies will be put to shame at the end of the day. Good luck!

ngassa o

kinge sleeps with the mother.the family has a curse so will not thought seeing him in court.fai left school in form two in cpc bali.

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