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DC boy

My brothers/sisters

I will be very happy if chief Sona is replaced.Poeple like him really do not have a place is this society.
Gone are the days chief/Fon, had all the audacity to do what ever they want to do to the thier subjects.
I mean we still have respect for our Fon/Chief, but when they start behaving like us,tugs,the respect they deserve from us disappears.
Fon/Chief lets respect each other.If you mess with me i will intend mess you up.
God blees y'all

Esambi Epie

Nfor Sona should be disciplined by the villagers accordingly. We should take into consideration the similar event in the NW where the Fon of Babanki was killed by the Villagers.
I personally know Nfor Eseme when he used to work for the KUC etc.

Well, I caution for such radical action.

Peace out.


Daniel Nkem

Dear fellow country people,
It it with tears that i write these words of mine. After reading from you article, i feel asham to the attitude of your chief, a man who is to protect his clan and the people now turns to behave waywordly.
If i may ask, had he been in class b/4? This is not a matter to laught with. something need to be done. Please consult your oracles.

I rather not comment much.

Daniel From the United States of America.


To tell the truth I dislike the manner this journalist is reporting this issue. The report is full of comments that to me influence the way the reporter wants the public to respond. "the Chief does not love strangers and frowns at any elite who dares sell land to non-natives". What is wrong with this? In the N. W. the fons do not only refuse 'strangers' from buying land but take their cash and send them away.I have countless examples to give you. Please be cautious, these so call reporters should not manipulate you. Every village has problems and each has a way of solving them.
The problem of Dikome should not be blown out of proportion. My colleague has flaws just as all human. Don't go around getting information from his enemies and present them as things that are said by the people of Dikome. Greetings to my friend, the Chief of Great Bakwa Supe.


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