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Friday, 10 March 2006

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Pascal

Mr.Mayor,A market is not for a party like you are thinking.It is for the community made up of people with different political affiliations.There are militants of more than just the SDF and CPDM in Guzang.Take note of that.You are today the Mayor as tomorrow you may not be.Solve this issue keeping aside political opinion.If your own people took side with the Fon it means something must be wrong with your own thinking in the matter.After all remember that you are all Guzang people and the market will always remain a Guzang property.All the community needs is good mamnagement of the funds gotten from the market.If you manage it well, I think the people will still entrust their confidence in you no matter what party they are for.A Mayor once elected does not even need to think from which party he is from while carrying on development in the community.The people become one for the purpose of development.Think of the people Mr.Mayor and not the party although you came in through the party but the people voted you there.Remember "No man can win a war against his own clan"

rexon

I am surprised where southern cameroonians are heading to. Our fon, our traditional leaders, all colonial agents. What a shame? Paul biya has bought every one. Southern cameroonians, dont be fooled, your future lies on your ability to sacrifice for the liberation of your land through working with the current southern cameroonian leadership. La republique du camerouns government and its citizens do not recognise you. In the eyes of their citizens, you are like animals with no need for a future, please, join the current southern cameroonian struggle and your future will be guaranteed.

dango tumma

TJIS sdo sef NAA SSO SSO FRANCOPHONE,
GOVERNOR ,SOO SOO, FRANCOPHONE, POLICE CHIEF, SOO, SOO FRANCO, ALL GOBVERMENT, SSOO
SOO, FRANCOPHONE, NAA. WHO VOTE DEM SEF TO BE OUR RULERS, SHAME ON DEM. PACK OF LIARS.

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