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Monday, 12 December 2005

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shuche

wonders shall never end, i hope the 2.9 % the religeous groups had in the evaluation comes from issues like this
I will not be suprised if the issue is not only money but sex abuse as well fom the Rv Father who is the president of the choir group
if things like this have started happening in churches then our society is at the verge of breaking
Watch out!!!!!!!!

ANYA FRED


When cameroonians are crying everyday about curruption in cameroon, and the inability of the goverment to completly stop it, we have to turn to the church to help us.
Now my dear brothers the so call priest are the first to, be currupt. Where are we heading to? Many of our priest are currupt some thing need to done. In my point of view, i think the bishops of cameroon together with their president of the republic show declear a day or two of morning in cameroon for the forgiveness of sins so far comitted in cameroon.Cameroon and her leaders be it political or clegysare in big problem with God. That is it weather u like it or not. Amen Fredo Aba

Nellypris

Wonders shall never end especially in Cameroon. I agree with Anya Fred that the Bishops and the president should declare a day or two for the forgiveness of sins in Cameroon. It is really discouraging. Actually if there was to be a war politically we had to turn to the church for peace, with all what is going on in churches where are we heading to?
God save our souls here in Cameroon.
Thank God salvation is personal.

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