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The Trial of President Biya

Ali Buba

Lets say what you are talking about is what it is, therefore every Cameroonian is a culprit of the ills of the country. When the President accepts responsibility and every civilservant who are our brothers, sisters, family members and friends will do the same. The masses who encourages what goes on when it is to benefit them will have to accept responsibility too. If everyone corrects him or herself then I believe the situation will change. Everyone talks of the ills of country but we should also ask what have we done about it. When the Chairman of SDF (Mr. Ndi Fru) saw the ills of one party system, he stood his gounds to force for a multiparty system. Everyone can take on the high ground and we can erradicate curruptions, obeying the rule of law or what ever is not right in the country. We have to stop the blame game and start to do something about it.

Ali Buba

Lets say what you are talking about is what it is, therefore every Cameroonian is a culprit of the ills of the country. When the President accepts responsibility and every civilservant who are our brothers, sisters, family members and friends will do the same. The masses who encourages what goes on when it is to benefit them will have to accept responsibility too. If everyone corrects him or herself then I believe the situation will change. Everyone talks of the ills of country but we should also ask what have we done about it. When the Chairman of SDF (Mr. Ndi Fru) saw the ills of one party system, he stood his gounds to force for a multiparty system. Everyone can take on the high ground and we can erradicate curruptions, obeying the rule of law or what ever is not right in the country. We have to stop the blame game and start to do something about it.

dango tumma

first . you have to draw a line on the sand
on your nationality. you anglophones, ask yourselves. am i a cameroonian?
or a southern cameroonian?
even officially english is a language of
only the anglophone cameroon, a smoke screen
language has been used to decieve the fools and uneduvated. say bilingualism.
intergration.law number 84/10 sogn by the
ewondo man, tells you that youbelongs to southern cameroon, not larepublique du cameroun, and the ten province thing, the
name cameroon as a single entity is just a
lie,the bottom line, you have to know your self, then you are free. your nationality. then go regain dignity. if all 6.5m anglophones decide not to accept a bribe
pay check from biya gouvernment or its agents, then southern cameroons is born and free, then you will not be crying day in, day out. month in ,month out, year in , year out.
you see allthe hand writing on the wall
you read all contributions by learned men.
yet yopu still can accept the truth, the truth is not sweet, but bitter, if it means
travelling to calabar to catch a plane to usa,before our own local government can afford to buld a international airport for us, then soo be it.
people, anglophones are the most passive, indecissive people i have evcr known in the world. thats why they the french cameroonian have taken every advantage where
possible.

dango tumma

the ten provinces thing was never voted
by the southern cameroonians.
they the francophones ,forcibly imposed it.on us. the kills every single good thing on our land, through the support of some our
black legs brothers. we were never present
at the time of their independence from the french, we were never part of their cooperation agreements, we were never part of a dialogue to the abolition of a fderal union with them even as the union was illegal. but 45 yrs after , fools in expesive cots and tie still celebrate this
mockery and rubbish of a union turn into a colony of big brother and small brother.
look at the francophone minster talking about bilingualism, where did he goes to,
instead of going to his francophone brothers who dislike english, he heads to anglophone bamenda, to preach to the uneducated. to speak french. you know?
if every one speaks french in both countries means they have completed the plan.
thats the evil society you people live in.
thank god iam not there.

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