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Monday, 13 March 2006

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Nkosi Jacob

Look at the people talking about the fight against corruption. A cabale smeared with embezzled party and state money finding courage to encourage another thief to fight against corruption. You guys are really kidding. See them:
1] Power-hungry and publicity-seeking B Ndeh with a disastrous and occultic management of MIDENO over the years.
2] Simon Achidi Achu having swindled money for the Santa water project to his Rocky Farms. Isn't it a pity that while the people of Santa can't find good water to drink, the cattle on Achidi Achu's farm drink good water?
3] Honourable Tamfu with a not too clean record in Donga Mantung.
You guys seem to forget too soon that you always fight in the congress hall over campaign funds during elections.
Tell you what, were it a question of arresting people, not even one of you will come clean. By the way, Mrs Regina Mundi what are you still doing in this unholy brotherhood?

Madoh

Dear Nkosi Jacob,
You have just said it all my brother.And I have to give you credit for actually understanding the ins and outs on how these big time swindlers are operating.

Emah

Wonders shall never end. Hear those talking and hear what comes from their mouths. How I wish as the were vomiting those lies, their teeth were also falling off.

Just listen to Fon Angwafor III, just listen to him, I feel sick inside. Men it pains to see thieves taking the stage to speak for the masses.

What concerns Fon Angwafor, is "militants for the party", not the nation at large. As 1st vice, what have you got to offer? what have you showed as legacy.

Fon Angwafor is a disgrace to us all. If you are not guilty, throw the first stone, declare your assets.

For Achidi Achu,a big time looter the hand writing on the wall is clear.So he can only cling to the rot for survival, no matter how much it stinks.

Nkosi, has just said it all.

It pains you know.

Ngwana

How can a thieves encourage a thief to arrest a thief.

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