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Ekukole Sone Ernest

From what i read of chief Ayamba's interview im so contented because the hope is alive and must be realised.May God keep on blessing this struggle and let the suppressed people of southern cameroon regain their sovereignty.Southern cameroon,forward ever and backward never.More grease to ur elbows. Ekukole Sone,Udine,Italy.

Rev M L Rene

TWO THUMBS UP. WE ARE BEHIND YOU.
NEVER FORGET THAT NO MATTER NOW LONG THE NIGHT SHALL STAY, SUN LIGHT IS SURE TO COME

MBIANDA DENIS

Massamoyo


There are two camps now existing in SCNC fighting for recognition. I do not know if Chief Ayamba knows what FACTION really means. Please send him a message that we will wish that he witnessed the third element that will seal SCNC’s casket before he dies. May be he will then have a good story to tell the pioneers who have gone ahead.

Pascal

It's a shame we have people of Mbianda's irk still parading the surface of this beautiful universe. Wishing someone death is the most primitive instinct that ever existed in human history. For someone who claims to be in the western world to think in this direction is an affront to our very existence. Shame unto thee Mbianda and may the lord make you live forever to see new rainbowl nation.
Pascal
Brussels

Billy Nso

Dear Chief Ayamba,

We wish to express a appreciation for the struggle you and others are going through. La Republique will not give you independence without a struggle. Let the Mbandas wish to see the struggle dead, those of us in North America are behind you especially the Exco members (Larry Eyong, Peter Nwga and others) who are constantly at the United Nations to demonstrate. The demonstration might be perceived as irrelevant, but the whole world is being informed.

Bravo Southern Cameroon.

Nso

Ngwese

Mr Billy Nso and others,

We in Cameroon are seeing and hearing nothing about this SCNC. I read about it only in postonline. I am afraid people like Chief Ayamba may be decieving you people abroad so that you send them money and the use in liesure trips.
I can resember that the last time I heard about SCNC here in Cameroon is when Dr. Munsu talked in "Actualite Hebdo" in CRTV in 1994.
I don't see any movement not to talk of struggle.

Legima Doh  LD

Ngwese,
I begin to wonder where you are in cameroon that you are terrible uninformed about the SCNC.Such is really strange.While back home,I attended meetings,and took part in myriad activities of the group and now abroad,we know much about the struggle as we are well informed about its activities with the UNPO,the UN,the ICJ,the HR office in Banjul,contacts with powerful nations and so forth.So from where you come with such stupid ideas,let them remain and die with you at your local stupid level ok.There is nothing you can educate us about the struggle.Idiot!
Mbianda,
I can see how faint and feeble your reasoning is.It is you who do not know the meaning of a faction ok.If you want to seek for attention in this forum ,you must come up with rational comments else as an amateur that you are,we will always look at your imbecile comments with haughty contempt.Maybe you are personally jealoused of Chief Ayamba and so wish him dead.This is somebody we hold in high esteem.May your evil thought beshrew you.The SCNC struggle is not something to be taken lightly as we will not tolerate dunderheads of your calibre to express your vile reasoning to the public.
Ekukole,Rev Rene,Pascal and Billy,
Thanks for your comments.The Chief said everything and we are all behind him.May God bless our struggle.We need no federation with La Republique but total independence and sovereignty.
Legima Doh
SCNC Sweden.

Ananmous

Mr Sasou Nguesso,Biya, Omar Bongo,
Before independence, Africans under subjugation thought the one dream that will bring them to celestial era is achieving "independence". When the "wind of change blew", it turned into a raging hurricane that shock the continent from colonisation. At this point, what else? we needed foundations for nation building. Ahidjo and the rest started eventhough under a "mono-political weather".But Cameroon for example was on the rails.The lion from Mvomeka'a came and put off the economic train off its rails, fellow Cameroonians where is this train leading to today? a dream well dreamed has become a miracle of poverty.Research has become a ridicule! where are all the universities lecturers? will they stay home with an annual income of less than $4000 ? Mr Biya if you want to build Cameroon, please start by thinking about research, think about those who have acquired knowledge and you will see a miracle. Your country will grow fast, but if you keep on inflating your military spending, you will not live to to die as a Cameroonian matyr.
THANKS

ROLAND NZEM

i am of the southern cameroon residing in the USA.looking back in retrospect to that fine counrty of ours and to see the stated of regression our economy has been through then and now, the curruption,poverty and much more,giving the endowement of natural resourecs unwiesfully used, makes my stomuch filp- flopes.its more than about time for the SCNC to establish its present; exercising total control in goverment over this resourcesful part of cameroon .like i say some times diplomacy not back by fire is no diplomacy.its time for us to snap and blast the vex and fustration out and let its effect noticed.we shouldn't always be play the cool and oppressed. i employ the southern cameroonian to prob in to historically the rational to revolution global wise.like the continental army of the american revolution are slogan should be nothing more than liberation(independences)or death.am more than willing to throw my support in whatever form to let this genny out of the bottle.
thanks.

ako eyong

It is great that chief ayamba is expressing strong desire to continue seeking a legal option to the southern cameroonian problem. This proofs to the entire world that we are civil, rational biengs who understand how important it is to give our case "locus standi" within the international legal arena. I just wonder what our position will be in the event that the decision from banjul,(or any other international court) does not favour our goal."A man may choose to eat the food in his own home where he makes the rules at table time.If he should prefere the food at the king's table, then he must be ready to subject himself to rules and regulations as stipulated by the palace. AKO

ako eyong

It is great that chief ayamba is expressing strong desire to continue seeking a legal option to the southern cameroonian problem. This proofs to the entire world that we are civil, rational biengs who understand how important it is to give our case "locus standi" within the international legal arena. I just wonder what our position will be in the event that the decision from banjul,(or any other international court) does not favour our goal."A man may choose to eat the food in his own home where he makes the rules at table time.If he should prefere the food at the king's table, then he must be ready to subject himself to rules and regulations as stipulated by the palace. AKO

ako eyong

It is great that chief ayamba is expressing strong desire to continue seeking a legal option to the southern cameroonian problem. This proofs to the entire world that we are civil, rational biengs who understand how important it is to give our case "locus standi" within the international legal arena. I just wonder what our position will be in the event that the decision from banjul,(or any other international court) does not favour our goal."A man may choose to eat the food in his own home where he makes the rules at table time.If he should prefere the food at the king's table, then he must be ready to subject himself to rules and regulations as stipulated by the palace. AKO

ako eyong

It is great that chief ayamba is expressing strong desire to continue seeking a legal option to the southern cameroonian problem. This proofs to the entire world that we are civil, rational biengs who understand how important it is to give our case "locus standi" within the international legal arena. I just wonder what our position will be in the event that the decision from banjul,(or any other international court) does not favour our goal."A man may choose to eat the food in his own home where he makes the rules at table time.If he should prefere the food at the king's table, then he must be ready to subject himself to rules and regulations as stipulated by the palace. AKO

junior

You are all crazy,What Southern Cameroon?What Federation?You are slowly bringing this nation into chaos,regional sagregetion,und perharps a bloody civil war.You should learn from the Biafra war.Roland Nzem,you talking of resources.Where are the resouces?All in the SW province.You are already a war monger.You are already used to tribal wars in the Northwest Province.Am sure if you do ask for an independent State(NW province)That you will get immediately from The Republic of Cameroon without going to the Hague.People like you will still bring division in your Stupid Repubic of Southern Cameroon.
LEGIMA DOH,if you keep your independence for the Northwest Province,that I'm sure you wil get with no difficulties.You are all behind this nonsense for an independent state,so as to feed fat and rip us from our resources.In your evil independent state,we the Southwesterners,will automatically be the minority,maltreated from you Graffis.You've got a big eye on our resources, beautiful landscape(mountain and sea) and Evergreen Forest.Keep your independence for Northwest and get your Fingers off our backs.
My fellow men from the SW.Don't allow yourself misled again by this Graffi ideology,You should all learn from Foncha and Muna.Theg are out for their own self interst to make wealth out of us just like their politicians "yesteryears" did.

T Wanaku

Junior should read:
Ten Reasons Why Southern Cameroons Should Not Join La Republique Du Cameroun
By Dr. E.M.L Endeley's CPNC Party

A prophecy of doom that came true.
Once bitten, twice shy.
Do we now know the way forward?

Blessings
~w~

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