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Nkwain

Bobe Francis Bochong Chia should stay quiet and take care of his stolen wealth in Fundong and his compound with 7 wives and 30 children in Baingo-Kom.
Why did he not complain from 1992-1997 when he was a CPDM Parliamentarian, the oldest member (dean of the house)? He was happy to go to parliament because of SDF boycot of 1992 legislative elections with the other twenty from the North west. At the time, he never even complained or condemn the action and he come now to call himself vivtim.
He should know that all Cameroonians were made vivtims by their efforts in rigging elections. They should only learn how us victims have been living. This very statement was said to others in 1992 by Bobe Chia' No victim fail to have justice in Cameroon" and now he calls himself Victim, then get the justice and stop blaming another thief called Bochong Nkwain Wainchom whom you claim collected the money and ate alone. You people are in your late eigties, please let you gand children build a better Cameroon. Hell to all of you.

Aaron agien Nyangkwe

My fellow countrymen, just read this:
"We got a large contract with an African TELECOM (in Cameroon), they left us with almost 3 million US dollars in unpaid bills. We took them to court. Welcome to the judiciary system in Cameroon. We keep on winning and our adversary keeps on filing new procedures to avoid paying us. So far, we are 5.0 but the money is yet to be in our hands. If our company had not been a registered subsidiary of an American company we would have had no chance. The support from the US Embassy and the US Congress has been key"
The above quotation is from a mail written by a family member of one of Cameroon's most renown Lawyers. That the US Congress should press for some justice to take place in Cameroon? Your quess could be as good as mine.

Kamga Agabus

Please i wish to have the various dates and year of legislative elections in Cameroon from the year 1991

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