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Friday, 17 March 2006

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Agborarrey

Eyebe Ayissi, or what ever the name is, do you really care about others or just about yourself?? You are not a human when one looks at how greedy you embezzle wealth that has been contributed for the benefit of all of US. May you live for ever and drive your 19 cars. Shame on you and even some who clame they are God fearing like those who always sing and want to be portrayed as holly still are theives. Shame on you Mendo ZE. If we do not notice what you all are doing, know that God is and .......God know I say!!!!

N G Tebeck

Agbor ARREY, You seem to me not to have been in camerron for long.If you are so worried about some one who steals 19 cars or what ever what will you say about some one who swallowed hundreds of millions of frs CFA destined to help his village where he is even the chief after a natural didster strok that village. Guess what? He is one of the top ranking officals in gomen today, shhhhhh, don't tell any one lol,
I am not in support of corruption but what i am pointing out here in the this AYISSI man is only servant in the "kings palace" when it comes to corruption in this country.If you ask me how far biya should go i will tell you " he should go as far as arresting and prosecuting himself"

Collins

I think that question has its anwser ready. Biya should go as far as making sure all the money is back home including his. That`s all!!!!!!

giddy

Why worry aboout an injury that has already been sustained, may be good, in order to avoid future injuries, it does not matter how long, but for sure it is going to heal. for this reason i sometimes don't just want to be crossed by this bitter reality of corruption. If there is a word i have about this then is just one word, while the servants are jailed simply because they are servant to the king, the king should be paid in his own coins, the one word i have is the preseidential elections 1992 in Cameroon, corruption free or not. A good answer to my one word question is a way forward for the fight against corruption. Long live Cameroon and it institutions.

MANYWISE

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