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Atabong  Christian

What is stricking about cameroonians is that many people still don't believe aids exist and it kills.. Many still go doing unsave sex. It is bad, the use of condom must be highly recommended amongst cameroonians whether you like it or not. Please use condoms, it is as save and enjoyabla as your so-called full contact. Why should the rate of aids infected patience decreases in Europe while increases in Africa, we must value life. Sexual promiscuity doesn't benefit us, stick to one save partner

dango tumma

THE ETON BOYTURN GOBERNEUR DES ANGLOFOUS
AH AH AH, WHAT A MOCKERY TO DEMOCRACY IF ATALL SOME ONE ELECTED HIM IN AYOUS, HE COULD BE DIGGING LANTRINE FOR HIS PEOPLE
I MEAN THE KID-BOY GOBERNEUR DE MBIYA.
ITS ABOUT TRIBAL AFFILIATION NOT CAPACITY.
WITH A DISEAS SUCH AS AIDS, THAT CAN EASILY TURN TO APANDEMIC, THERE MUST BE A COMMITTEE
TO RESEARCH THE ORIGIN, THE SPREAD AND THE ACQUISITIN OF THE DISEASE ,THEN THIS DATA
STORED IN A COMNPUTER MAIN FRAME COULD BE USE TO MAP THE IMMIGRATION OF THE GERDAMES, POLICE, AND MILITARY PERSONNELS WHO ARE
99% FRENCH CAMERS FROM EAST MUNGO. AND WHO ARE THE CARIERS OF THIS DEADLY DISEASE SINCE OUR YOUNG GIRLS WERE NEVER BORN WITH AIDS, WE VE GOT TO FIND OUT WHO IS BRINGING THESE AIDS TO OUR YOUNG GIRLS. WHAT TRIBES ARE THEY? WHERE DO THEY COME FROM.AND WITH THEESE KNOWLEDGE WE DONT HAVE TO WAIT FOR THE FRENCH GOVERNOR IN BUEA , TO PASS A LAW BANNING, THE APPOINTMENT OF THE CRIMINALS TO OUR TERRITORY. WE BAN THEM AND ANNONCE OVER THE RADIO, AND SENSITIZE OUR PEOPLE. THATS THE RIGHT WAY TO FIGHT AIDS, THEN THE OTHER PART IS PROTECTION AND ONTI RECTRIVIAL, MEDICATION.
WE ARE WHERE WE ARE TODAY AS SECOND CLASS
CITIZEN IN OUR LAND, NOT BY CHANCE, BUT BY DESIGN. THERE IS A DESIGN TO WIPE OUT THE WHOLE ANGLOPHONE POULATION WITH AIDS , SOO
FRANCOPHONES CAN OWN OUR LAND.

Emeka

I hope this is not new to Sounthern cameroonnians,all millitary personnels that are HIV positive are being posted to southern Cameroons.our girls must learn to say no.That statistics are clear.

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