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Monday, 27 February 2006

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rexon

Stone all gerndarmes you meet around your neighbourhood, they are agents of the colonial government. They are there merely to terrorise you. France sent those agents to terrorise you. stone them, stone the sous prefets, dont allow them to dominate you, your values and your way of life. you dont want your land to be stolen, why are they in support of that, what peace and order do they want to reign in your area, stone them my people, they are colonial agents, they are evil.

Andre Fokam

Rexon
go throw the first stone!
Coward!!!!

Andre fokam

fongu

The Civil Administrators for Mezam should not let this perpetrators go unpunished. People should not continue to take laws in to their hands with impunity.

What an irony, we accuse the forces of law an order for not doing their job. When they try to do it they are greeted with violence and death. The village is supposed to be under a state of emergency with an order to kill if violence is the way to bring peace, justice and understanding.

Beri

Well, gone are those days when people use to stand by and see their fellow country men tortured by these so called Gendarmes. Well the murder should come as a wake up call for the Gendarmes. A similar situation will probably happen in Balikumbat it is just a matter of time. The Babanki people should be left alone, because the few who participated in the murder were just carrying out the wish of the so many who could not do it for one reason or the other. So if anybody is to be arrested, go for all his enemies. The government should also understand that any arrest and torture will only lead to more violence as long as the family members are not totally taken away. I think the best thing will be to let the people alone so that family members of the late Fon can have a quiet stay in the village, If they wish to come back and live there.

Njoh Peter

Andre Pokam,
You are the coward. Do you think the people stoned the gendarme officer to death because they had a choice? You must understand that it is but natural, basic and fundamental that people become violent and go out of their senses when they are suppress for long. What do you think have been causing civil wars in African countries?

You should put reasoning first before insulting people OK?

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