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Thursday, 29 September 2005

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Lazarus

Yes, the SDF needs a change as the party`s slogan puts it.Fru Ndi has done a lot and needs to take a rest.It is better to leave the stage at a point where you still a star than at a point where you are unpopular.Fru Ndi still commands a lot of respect from Cameroonians today and i believe he should step down and maintain his status as a figure in Cameroon`s politics.With the resignation of his SG, the rumours about Mbah Ndam,Founding fathers` problems and the disputes btw his parliamentarians, i think a new person should come up and reconcile all the factions we have in the SDF today.If Fru Ndi steps down honourably, then Biya will also certainly step down and there will be good grounds for true democracy in Cameroon.And the next president of Cameroon, be it from the CPDM or SDF will think of Fru Ndi and honour him because he would have been the man behind Cameroon`s democracy.
FRU NDI SHOULD SET AN EXAMPLE FOR BIYA TO FOLLOW.THIS WILL BE THE GREATEST CHALLEGE AND LESSON TO THE CPDM/BIYA.we need Biya to leave power by whatever means we can.

Ma Mary

Oh! Paulinus, how you have grown as human being. I pray that you lift your father's mantle like a worthy son and do your part to bring us closer to that freedom and prosperity that we deserve. John Fru Ndi, step aside. Let us have some new blood in the affairs of your party. It is time.

ATS

Bravo Hon Paulinus. A step in the right direction. we believe you are up to it and like Lazarus and Ma Mary said, this is a real challenge for Fru Ndi. He should show Biya what he[Biya] ought to have done long before now or better still what we are asking hime to do.
Courage Honourable, i think we respect people, we don't fear people.

Ndiks

Be a devil men!Common.The current powers that be, in SDF whom it is alleged that,there has been an exchanged of funds between Etoudi and Ntarikon need step aside.That won't be easy!A new twist is needed so serious matters can be tackle more effectively.But remember "Anglos or les Biafrain" will never accede to Etoudi.

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