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Thursday, 22 December 2005


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JB Samba

My Dear Learned people of The Post Newspaper:
Thanks a lot for the good job you guys have been doing. You deserve to take a break and of course enjoy the season with you respective families. I wish you and your families a Merry Xmas and a happy New Year.
We will be together when you resume on January 06, 2006.

Dr A A Agbormbai

I wish to take this opportunity to wish everyone (readers, commentators, journalists, Cameroonians, Africans, African leaders, and the international community) a merry christmas and a happy new year.

Thanks for your contributions, and I hope you continue in the same spirit next year. There has been a lot of good work achieved this year and if we continue in this same spirit it won't be long before our country and continent stands on its feet.

Free Southern Cameroons

I too take this opportunity to thank THE POST for a fulfilling 2005. I wish you all at THE POST and your families a merry christmas and a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year!

The year 2006 brings the reality of a free Southern Cameroons one year closer.

nkem theophilus

I want to thank the management of the post news paper for all the good works. There is no doubt that you guys have doing a very manificent job to inform the public within and without the bounds of legality. It is just worthwhile that a worker deserves rest so as to rcollect and make ammends. I wish you guys a wanderful holiday, and may the joy of the baby jesus filled your hearts and that of your families with great joy.

Asonglefac Nkemleke

Yes, Folks,
You deserve a rest! Your work continues to water the thirsty soil of those of us Diasporans that cannot drink directly from the "source", Cameroon. You continue to keep us informed and the more the ink in your blood flows, the more we understand the goings on in the Fatherland. You are certainly worthy foot soldiers in the ongoing fight to make Cameroon a better nation in the concert of Nations. As you take your rest, remember that your readers are looking forward to a year of greater opportunities to be informed and educated about the living conditions in Cameroon.


A hearty THANK YOU to THE POST. I doff my heart to your team for a job well done. At times, emotions ran high and some of us blindly took it out on some members of your great team. Please forgive us and let's conclude 2005 on a high note. Cheers to all brothers and sisters who kept this forum alive, eventhough we might have disagreed, yet you truly made my day.

I wish you all a merry Xmas and a great 2006!


Congratulations boys and girls of the post online. You guys have done a tremendous job this past year and we cannot thank you enough for that. Guys have a wonderful break as we look forward to getting the latest developments in Jan. Extend our love and greetings to your entire families.


Job well done Folks. Have a wonderful break. We might need to organize a Fundraiser for your Organization in the USA.
I suggest, this should be bi -partisan initiative. A Good will gesture to these Folks.

Separatists and Progressive what do you all think?

Please contact me for details.




Akini Fred

Francis, Charly, Clovis, Innocent, Manga, Opio etc Great job.You guys have been marvellous.
Keep up with the good work.
Great job my boys.




Have a nice break and thanks for all the contributions.
See you all again next year



A marvellous job and a triumph to the concept of “freedom of expression”. What a wonderful informant you’ve been! The best site on the web. Your reporting has been exemplinary, without bias or favours. You embodied the spirit of objectivity and I hope you get a well deserved rest and recuperate for the task ahead.
To most of the forumite, it was interesting reading the swell of opinion shared on this forum and I hope we use the same energy to put forward suggestions that will help overcome our shortcomings resulting in us contributing to the building of a better Cameroon.
I wish all of you and every Cameroonian within and without our motherland a very merry Christmas and a happy new year. May we look forward to the future with hope and expectation rather than with dispel.

tita espoir

thats guys for the stories.happy christmas and prosperous new and peace.

Andre Fokam

To My Dear friends on this forum
Riccardo, Dr. Agbormai, Ma Mary, Henriette, Felix, Dango Tumma(yes, You!!!), NAN, JSamba, Janvier tchouteu, Jean Pierre, Felix, Kumba Boy, Mukete, Ngembus Fonlon (Yes you too), Ejike Moluh, Okolle, Njifenztb, Molah A lute Bote, Tita Espoir, MC, Ndiks, Emmanuel Tange, Kabuin, Emmanuel Ngang, Jean Owono, Morfaw rene, Simon N. L, Edimo, Eya, SJ and to the entire team of The POSTNEWSLINE for a wonderful job.

I wish you a MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A WONDERFUL NEW YEAR. May God give us wisdom, health and joy for the year to come.
"Happiness is making bouquets with flowers within your reach"

Love you all brothers and sisters

A frog in Wonderland

Andre Fokam


As I extend my heart felt congratulations to the entire management of The Post Online and its many contributors for the great job done so far, I should avail myself of this opportunity to WISH EVERYONE A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR 2006 IN ADVANCE.



may The hands of the Almighty God rest upon you and family. You have made us learn so much and even made the oppressors listen to our grievances in an indirect way. That was a job well done. Like richardo, i support the fundraising program for this organization.


Like the others, also extend sincere thanks to management of the Postnewsline and its many contributors. In fact through the forum, i have learnt a lot of things especially about the history of cameroon. Anxiously waiting for more issues.



Emmanuel Ndi

U are right kupong,this is my first time of reacting to a comment.I think if all of us free readers make a little sacrifice to spur on these guys of The Post, the better w'll have quality news.So please, make an effort to chip something for them.Happy new year to all.


compliment of the season.
i am the son of the famous Dr Adigboloja in kumba south west cameroon.actually i was just browsing and suddenly i saw you website.very interesting.
i was born in cameroon,kumba general hospital precisly,some forty something years i was deeply touched when i saw your site and the various comment made by your readers.
i appreciate your works,keep it that we have free press in camroon,please try let the anglophones be aware of what yaounde is doing.
as i when i left cameroon in 1983 for the usa i understand that it is still thesame new developement within kumba metropolis.
i will like to help you with any info that you will be needed for your future news.
my ousin and uncles are still in marche central douala and nkololo market at new bell.
festus abazie

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