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Wednesday, 12 April 2006

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Andre Fokam

Up justice!
it is only a matter of will and we could live in a free, just and democratic cameroon.

Andre Fokam

ftroit

WOOOOOOOOOOOOW. Long live the revamped and revitalized justice system in Cameroon.

PB

Trust my government. We mean it. War betides those who take the law into their own hands.

My government is next going to investigate and weed out all Fon Dohs currently in the security forces. These bad elements terrorize our fellow citizens under the guise of security. This is an unacceptable infringement of civil rights.

The CPDM stands for equality, justice, fraternity and good governance in Cameroon.

Longlive our country!

C-in-C

ngehsab U.S.A

That judge try if see am i go give am cola.

felix

Ah alast something has started comming out of the Justice system in Cameroon..
No Body is Above the Law the Message is loud and Clear.........

dicko

mbeh is gone...gooooooooooooooooood

Tayong(Copenhagen)

Who is this funny illitrate above attributing justice to CPDM govt? I have said over and over that some idiots in this forum should read at leat some civics books before making comments

There are three arms of govt.The Executive, the legislative and the judiciary. The law courts have nothing to do with the CPDM oga.

You should rather be ashamed of yourself if u a CPDM member because Doh is just a glaring example of what others are.

God save Cameroon
Tayong

Tboyz

One other red feather on the anti corruption drive's cap.
You better clean house after all when you commot they must clean you too.
Honourable, Lord, Fon Ganyin have to join correctional school for his brain to be pannel-beated and adjusted. I wonder the type of mad contribution he must have been making in parliament all these while. God have mercy on us.
Lion don chop you Mbeeeeeeeeeeeeh

Tboyz

One other red feather on the anti corruption drive's cap.
You better clean house after all when you commot they must clean you too.
Honourable, Lord, Fon Ganyin have to join correctional school for his brain to be pannel-beated and adjusted. I wonder the type of mad contribution he must have been making in parliament all these while. God have mercy on us.
Lion don chop you, Mbeeeeeeeeeeeeh, pay back time.

HOLY PRINCE

Glory unto God the most high. MY village, The home where I was born To witness all the hell , The land where we eat our every bread soaked in blood and tears, the man who murdered his own wife, the man whose mother died as a result of the torture he gave her a year after, A son whose gratitude for the labor her mother had for him was torture and humiliation... The man who shot my fellow village man with the gun and nobody could cough, the man who shot dead two Gendarmarie officers in 2002, and nobody even tought a fly died... atlast a criple has shown the meaning of human equality. Sam shicot where are you now,, Eric Gah muti where are now? you were gods in the village you could burn our houses and intimidate us now the prison will intimidate you And I am advicing my brothers at home to entrone another fon immediately. This is the man who sent his servants to burn a Pastor of full Gospel church in the house... We told him that for pointing his fingers into Gods eyes he has paved the way for his fall... and he loughed.. now he will see clearly like king Richard, or King lear of Shakespear.

ENOH ADOLF M   Georgia. USA

Thaaaaaaannnnnnkkkk God. I think Cameroon justice system is about of now 35% transparent. Fon Doh Gwanyin deserved firing squad for sure. I will mail a bottle of Guinness to the Judge. If justice want to reign in my Country I think the president is the next person to be brought infront of the court of law.The post newspaper remains the leading news papers in Cameroon news. I wish the editor and its team long life as the reverse is wished to Fon. Doh

Buea boy

Finally the Lord Mayor, Paliamentarian, CPDM bigwig and call it the "lamido" of Balikumbat is gone. Congrats to the justice system in Ndop. I hope its the kind of Oben Ahsu's 15 years re-newable!!!!!
Now what becomes of the chieftency?
Ashia mbeeeeeeeh

ENOH ADOLF M   Georgia. USA

We are over whelmed with the High court rulling condeming the Fon of Balikumbat to 15 years in prisonment. Infact we embraced this rulling published by the leading Cameroon newspaper, The post news paper with joy.The fon should receive a cathalouge of torture, cruel, inhuman, degrading treatment and punishment experiienced by Southern Cameroonian Activists and leaders in the Hands of La Republique du Cameroun. Fon Doh shoud be
1) beaten or whiped with rubber, matchets, electric cables, metal bars or rods.
2) Refused toilet facilities or share a bucket to pass stool with a murderer who has been sentenced to life inprisonment because that could have been his sentence
3) Allowed in the balancoire position for atleast 5 hours daily for one week so that he smells the threat of death.
4)kept in a cell with no light and should be bastinated
5)given several blows to the head, noxious sprays in the face so that he should loss consciousness.
6)applies electrical current to his genital or to his feet, tongue or they can as well remove the nails of his toes using electric clips. He can as well be electrified in water
7)isolated and kept in solitary confinment for a very long period of time and should be held incommunicado.

This Pa is a killer to the first order and deserves.Our enemies are ourselves.

TALKING DRUM

Justice is still to be dispensed. I will reckon we all keep our calm. I don't think the reward for blatant murder is 15 years behind bars. It is however a step in the right direction which has to be lauded.
Watchout for the usual long and unproductive appeal process. I hope i am proved wrong.

Azese .N.Martin

Hola GOD is great.
Cameroon has climbed one step on the anti corruption ladder. The Bamenda High Court (or Supreme Court)is on a good footing to being the least corrupted justice structure in Cameroon.I earlier said that in cases like this, justice and TRUTH ( By the WILL of God) will always triumph. Only LUSIFA admired your deeds.
Mbeeeee, you thought that your comrades of the CPDM will help you out of this situation , but no way. Even Grand Frére Popol disliked what you did Mbeeee. Because Popol could still manipulate the rulings on your favour, but sincerely you exagerated. I am sure you have some MERCURY traces in your blood.
You are welcomed to the house of Prisoners. Your Mother's Spirit, John Khotem's spirit and the Good GOD of the Bali Kumbat community whom you always threatened , persecuted , and/or subjected to physical tortures , will now start facing you in the FOUR WALLED , DIRTY, SMELLING JAIL of CAMEROON.
To Helllllllllllll Mbeeee

Mbu.B

This reminds me of the late lawyer Eseme`s murder trial, which saw the conviction of a near nobody.
The phone call which the doctor incharge of the autopsy received threatening him not to dish out the real results, came from a Kumba bigdo.Only somebody with a visible or invicible arsenal capable of inflicting wickedness and punishment can threaten a medic. This bigdo is no different from Fon Doh, the difference is probably that he can tie more strings and his plot is somewhat less banal and less spectacular.
I hope nemesis catches up with these bloody fellows, who will stop at nothing to will power.
Two thumps up, to this new found wind of justice!!!

Watesih

Anything good in Cameroon must have the trade mark of the SDf.If Doh killed a CPDM militant,as Rey Bouba always did,may be he would have gone away with it.But he has seen how the militants of the SDF stood as one,and even the judges could not have their cake and eat it this time around.When the SDF subsequently accedes to power,as it is now clear,the sentence will be revoked.Fon Doh is supposed to be hanged or
stand on the pillory,stoned then burnt.The punishment meted out to him should be commensurate to the long years he has lived in ignominy.The Charles Taylor of Cameroon never knew justice was going to catch up with him.Last time he said he did not understand French,hope he is going to learn it in Prison when his ass will be visited and revisited.

Nkosi Jacob

Hurrah to the oppressed!!
I think that this verdict though mild is largely symbolic. It is an indication that the Judiciary in our country can release themselves from the shackles of Biya's stranglehold and deliver justice to Cameroonians. I salute the courage of the Judge who handled this case. May his example embolden other justices in Cameroon to do their job.There are many Fon Dohs. It is only the beginning!!
I still believe that despite the cosmetic verdict dished out on the Hon Eseme murder case, someday this particular case would be ressurected and the truth told Cameroonians.

Akoson


CAMEROON SHOULD REVISE ITS PENAL CODE!

Ftroit the lawyer,

I don't think that after finding someone guilty of murder the penalty should be just 15 years in prison. That's too short a time. I don't support death penalty cos no one has the right to take the life of another. The least punishment that murderer deserves is a life term.

However, I'm thankful to God for the Bamenda high court and for seeing that justice takes its course.

May God bless my country!

Son Of Ako - LSE.

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ben

" Justice is soon to come." or it has come? Above all, i thank god for everything as we continue to live with one hope that cameroon become a better land. More is soon to come.
Ben

ftroit

Mr. Ako

the facts of this case are yet to be made public. there's various degrees of murder, first degree, 2nd, etc, manslaughter, aiding and abetting in the commission of the crime; and each of these carry different weights of punishment. so because we don't have this information, it is difficult to determine why the judge decided on this sentence.

Furthermore, some people (like yourself) might be of the opinion that the sentences as prescribed by the penal code don't match the crimes. i'm not in a position to retreive info from Cameroon's penal code, but i won't share your opinion that the least punishment for murder be a life sentence, simply because there could be different degrees of involvement in the commission of a murder.

But again, its a decision for all to rejoice, it's something like we've never seen before. The chief might probably be thinking of appealing the decision. don't be surprised that in the mean time we get information that he fled the country.

Beri

Glory be to God in the Highest, and to the people of Balikumbat may peace be yours forever. God bless the judge and may he live long to root out Fons and people of similar nature. This will go out as a wake up call for other Fons who think they can use the power of their Fondoms to humiliate and kill the same people who gave them the opportunity to be what they are. Fifteen years is not very good but better than nothing. By the time he wears a jam suit for fifteen years and eat the bad food prisoners eat, he will be dead. I am happy for one thing. At lest the lion will live the rest of his life in humiliation. Hi boys and girls of the post, make sure you take good pictures of him in handcuffs because we will really want to see him in chains. Boys remember!! no pity take the most humiliating pictures of him I personally think he needs to be humiliated, so that he can fill the pinch of what he has put so many people and families through.

Wesley Angoni Tiku

This is (PAY BACK TIME)

Ndi O N

AND SO THE HOLY BOOK SAYS " FOR EVERYTHING UNDER THE SUN, THERE IS A TIME". AGAIN, IT SAYS, WE ARE JUST CHASING THE WIND IN THE WORLD. Whooooo,ALL TESE HAPPEN TO FULLFILL THE SRIPTURE. GODS FINGER IS POINTING ALL THE LEADERS IN MY DEAR LAND CAMEROON. WHEN I REMEMBER THE ILLS IN MOST TOWNS LIKE BAMENDA, BALIKUMBAT, NDU ETC AND THOSE ENVOLVED AT THAT TIME, I WEEP AND ASK GOD FOR CORRECTION. PAPA, THANK YOU FOR HEARING THE CRY OF YOUR CHILDREN. AMEN.

Landlord

“When an evildoer beats his drum for the downfall of the innocent, the Gods will not allow that drum to sound »

Navigae Dungta

Is it really Fon Doh?

I do not think by any stretch of imagination that Fon Doh is a Foolish man. He may be wicked/selfish but not stupid. This was not his first time of committing such heinous crimes. The man in past has committed so many atrocities covered up, supported and rewarded by the CPDM. Being the only CPDM strong hold in the province, he dared everyone to “catch me if you can” and nobody could. Well, now the people of the village, the SDF, the people of the province and particularly the media are to be congratulated- may little-or now big John RIP.
Now, to the legal minds of this forum, Fon Doh is CPDM’s making (there is no doubt about that). What blame do we apportion to CPDM-I do not even think it falls under the banner of ‘accomplice’; they created the monster in Fon Doh.
I do not think we should really congratulate the judge. Many judges in Cameroon are talented but often will not render such justice on high profile cases because of government interference. If not of the public and international pressure on the case, the government would have (as in many Fon Doh atrocities) told the judge what to do.

The Big Question is: Is Fon Doh (The CPDM creation and monster-you can rightly say the governments creation) the primary offender? Should they reopen the other cases? Can there be a plea bargain for him to tell us how this machinery works?

This is one tiny (baby) step for justice in Cameroon. There are so many Fon Dohs still reigning havoc on the poor and destitute. Not time for celebration yet!

washow

Glory be to God almighty for this wonderful news.
Infact i rejoice to this.
Mr. Chief Judge thanks a million.
I just wish thesame example is coppied by the Kumba High court.
As a matter of fact, it keeps the underpreviledged the more vulnerable to the malicious designs of the so called bigguns, when the Kumba High court had to bypass the real murderer of late mr. Eseme and convicted a paid agent,who in the end(out of conspiracy)elloped from jail.
There's no denying the fact that the so called chief Mukete is responsible for the dead of this illustrous person.But the judicial system being as weak as it has always been,he was covered.
I've said it. If the Muketes care they should use their witchcraft,as they're noted for and chase me.I don't care!
Once again, thanks sir for this verdict.
God bless that nation.
Washow.(Newzealand).

Atana

those who say sdf is not working this is as a result of pressure from the sdf, mukete, valley and ambombai say something. Fon Doh is a product of cpdm...

Dr. A. A. Agbormbai

15 years is too short, considering the Satan that this guy appears to be. He should get life.

Divine

Imagin ordering his guys to burn Bafanji market and houses. Torture and kill his opponents, slapped a DO, polling stations in his palace with all observers barred, etc, etc. He was above all, Popol himself must be scared of him too. Not only are the Balikumbat people saved but the Bafanji people and Cameroon as a whole. Ndoh's reign has been dreadful. Let this guy be kept out of the public. He moves on the street, in his car as a super being.
Lord have mercy.

Fritzane Kiki Hong Kong

The court has pass it verdict but now left for the prison warders to take proper treatment and make sure he is not given a laiser-fair in the prison where I see many prisoner are left to go out and make weeks outside and come back.Sometimes some prisoners bribe and are given temporal leave and bail.I don't see any prison term served when a prisoner who is supposed to be in the lock up is given a free pass to move about and conduct businesses whereas others remain inside because of no money to bribe the Chief warder.

He will also use his fame and grounds as the Biya kinsmen in the ruling party CPDM to lull the chief warder with orders from Etoudi as is always the case.Big-dos don't sleep in prison beds like the other mean prisoners.Big dos are not considered as prisoners because of their influence they can pay for anything.This is how the prison term is worked in Cameroon.Take note....

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

kibs

I do not understand why people continue refering to him as Fon. This is an abuse of this title. Life jail is what he deserves.

KB

Doh should be dethroned and replaced immediately and brought to justice for crimes commited against the Bafanji people

Rexon

This is mere window dressing by the very murderous CPDM regime.

While we welcome their decision to jail all this criminals, they should also tell us where our petroleum income and others have been going. Then if we cant get any meaningful response, we should confiscate their properties. I think they should respect us.

samleyin

`Just a little while longer, the wicked one will be no more.` Psalms 37.10

When the SDF led the demonstration in commercial avenue Bamenda against the evil committed, many said they were throwing water on a duck`s back. Speaking besides the grave of Mr John Kohtem, Ni Fru Ndi promised Cameroonians that justice must take its course. It was not a problem of how fast but how far because manipulations were certainly going to interlope. CPDM stooges and puppets said he was wailing more than the bereaved. Like I said, there is time for every thing and let Biya prepare to confront his own verdict in the National Confernece coming up soonest.

Rexon, Vally England, Fritzane kiki, and all the others, are u still considering the SDF as a faction of the CPDM?

NjifenztBD(U.K)

Dr Agbormbai,
truely fifteen years is too short.This is murder and so the law should be revised to enable offenders serve life imprisonment since the death penalty by firing squad had been abolised under former president Ahmadou Ahidjo.
The incarceration of Fon Doh after haven been found guilty is the true path of justice.It remains a huge victory for the plaintiff and their family who lost their dear one.It is not a victory for the CPDM gov't;Cameroonians need not beg for justice.It is the people's right to embrace justice.There are millions of unfair trials swept under the carpet because of corruption.
Cameroonians deserve to pass through the justice system in criminal circumstances.
All the road traffic police officers in Cameroon who seize car documents(driving licences,carte griece, e.t.c, illegally from motorist without genuine reason for doing so must be prosecuted to explain in court the reason for their actions.
The Delegation for National Security must be resposible for equiping all these officers with adequate mobile radios to deal with the outrage of crime in Cameroon.Moreso, all these traffic officers must have their names legibly inscribed on a badge for the motorist to testify in court who is retaining their car documents.
These are the gray areas of corruption in the system which H.E ,Epraim Inoni must embark as a debut to clean the country.
On the front of health, the Minister of health must ensure that local hospitals and clinics have at least an each Ambulance to deal with emergencies.Probably people may consider my remarks obvious.But i am very convinced they are not.I just cannot understand why fabulous sums of money are voted into the annual budget for every ministry but very little or nothing is achieved at the end of that fiscal year.It is still a shock to learn that Cameroon does not have a tangible development plan.Under the structural adjustment procedure, accountability has gone opaque and thieves vanish with cash inexplicably.
The opposition parties should be bent on organising annual quarterly rallies to brief the people of what is going on with the economy as they have a panoramic view of life in parliment through the existing constituencies.
We need change.Else we are doomed!

NjifenztBD(U.K)

Dr Agbormbai,
truely fifteen years is too short.This is murder and so the law should be revised to enable offenders serve life imprisonment since the death penalty by firing squad had been abolised under former president Ahmadou Ahidjo.
The incarceration of Fon Doh after haven been found guilty is the true path of justice.It remains a huge victory for the plaintiff and their family who lost their dear one.It is not a victory for the CPDM gov't;Cameroonians need not beg for justice.It is the people's right to embrace justice.There are millions of unfair trials swept under the carpet because of corruption.
Cameroonians deserve to pass through the justice system in criminal circumstances.
All the road traffic police officers in Cameroon who seize car documents(driving licences,carte griece, e.t.c, illegally from motorist without genuine reason for doing so must be prosecuted to explain in court the reason for their actions.
The Delegation for National Security must be resposible for equiping all these officers with adequate mobile radios to deal with the outrage of crime in Cameroon.Moreso, all these traffic officers must have their names legibly inscribed on a badge for the motorist to testify in court who is retaining their car documents.
These are the gray areas of corruption in the system which H.E ,Epraim Inoni must embark as a debut to clean the country.
On the front of health, the Minister of health must ensure that local hospitals and clinics have at least an Ambulance each to deal with emergencies.Probably people may consider my remarks obvious.But i am very convinced they are not.I just cannot understand why fabulous sums of money are voted into the annual budget for every ministry but very little or nothing is achieved at the end of that fiscal year.It is still a shock to learn that Cameroon does not have a tangible development plan.Under the structural adjustment procedure, accountability has gone opaque and thieves vanish with cash inexplicably.
The opposition parties should be bent on organising annual quarterly rallies to brief the people of what is going on with the economy as they have a panoramic view of life in parliment through the existing constituencies.
We need change.Else we are doomed!

Prophetic Apostle Hamilton Ayuk

Some people accredit the CPDM while others praise the SDF for the verdict. It is none of the above! God is merely reenacting the life of Nebuchadnezzar though this time not in Babylon but in Balikumbat. Our God is in heaven and He does what he likes (Ps 115:3). All the inhabitants of the earth are reputed as nothing: and he doeth according to his will in the army of heaven, and among the inhabitants of the earth: and none can stay his hand, or say unto him, what doest thou? (Daniel 4:35). The whirlwind of human justice is blowing in Cameroon and the whirlpool of divine justice is streaming in the world. What the former leaves undone the latter will complete.
No mortal challenges the Almighty for a fight and goes free. Not even in Greek mythology did a mere mortal defy the gods and goddesses and went unhampered. The individual would either borrow strength from a god or ally with a goddess. Yes, no Saul can kick against the pricks. There are many ways you can dare such affront: by persecuting a true child of God like ordering for a pastor to be burnt down, by blaspheming against the Holy Spirit by terming conversion as frustration or by attacking the property of God both humans and the things. At least you can fantasize perceiving Fon Doh answering present to the prison guards when the roll is called up yonder. Then perhaps envisage a physiological breakdown and finally his number being picked. May the living bear this in mind!

felix Mailiy

I once asked myself if in my life time i will catch a glimse of such near realities where justice will triumph over injustice in our beloved fatherland.

God gracious!! some branches of the baobab tree are falling off.The question is, will a dry season of some sort make the baobab tree of injustice in Cameroon dry up and fall off before the rainy season come and feed it with nutrients again to grow back? Many more a yet to meet the dead end.

It seems they mean it.But But i fear these guys can still turn around the tides.One never can imagine what they are capable of.Unless we want to wish that the rulling stays executed eventhough it seem tome to be too short a sentence for such a class of criminal. Bearing in mind that he knew what he was doing.

Well!!!

FM-Southampton-UK

wallyman

JESUS I THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR WHAT IS HAPPENNING TO DOH.GOD MAY YOUR NAME BE GLORIFIED.JESUS I LOVE YOU.I COMMIT THIS COUNTRY INTO YOUR HANDS.MAY WE HEAR MORE STORIES LIKE THIS ONE THAT WILL BRING MUCH JOY INTO OUR HEARTS.HOLY IS YOUR NAME.MUCH KISSES TO YOU MY SWEET JESUS.

Ngwa

From Mbeh, MP, Mayor etc to prisoner. Nyamfoka, you are lucky to be sentnced only for 15 yrs instead of life imprisonment. The next person is Ndawara. Can something to be to this man?.

Rexon

Dear All,

We should not be fooled by the murderous CPDM regime everytime. Those who have the possibility should check this criminal very well. they should specifically check if he will actually be spending time in prison or in his private residence, hospital, hotel etc. History has proven to us that some of this people spend more time in their private residences, luxurious hotels, etc rather than serving their prison terms.

This regime is a criminal government and "impossible nest pas RDPC". As occultist, they have no interest in anything good and are there just to destroy the aspirations of the common man on the street. When pressure hangs on them, they can employ different tactics to sway public opinion.

For some examples, the minister who sold world cup tickets and was alledged to have been arrested and locked up in kondengui NEVER really spent time in kondengui. This has been the situation with numerous cases. When high profile international officials are visiting Cameroon, they will place him among convicts and send CRTV camera's there.

That government is governed by "Feymen" and everything is possible. We must scrutinise every action of theirs as they are interested only in colonising us.

Dr. A. A. Agbormbai

Just look at this scenario. What do you think will happen after 15 years, when this guy leaves prison? Revenge! He will seek revenge, and the cycle of violence and killings will simply continue. I say this guy's sentence should be extended to life, to maintain the peace.

Tita Mofaw

I think you are right Dr.
When he comes out after 15 years he would still contest and probably will win as a CPDM MP in Balikumbat becaue I don't think the opposition will ever win in Balikumbat.

15 years from now when paul Biya is old he would surely need heartless people like Fon Doh in other to stay in Power.Who knows Popo might even appoint him then as a Prime Minister and I am sure he would carry out his revenge in a grand style.

Tabi

I think its high time politicians be schooled on the need for a fare political game. I do not regret at all after hearing that fon Doh has been slamed a 15 year imprisonment for his high sense of political immaturity. I want to beleive that other politicians in the game will learn from it and play a fare game. I also want to beleive that this incidence of fon Doh's imprisonment should not be used as a carmouflage but rather as an example for others to follow. While those guilty are been levied various imprisonment terms, the innocent should as well be released for heaven's sake.
I wish to however seize this opportunity to salute the legal department as well as the Biya initiative for allowing such culprits be brought to book.

Thanks for reading.

knganjo

Good news from Ndop.However, fifteen years is too small for a crime of this magnitude.The Lamido deserved a harder punishment.He should have been sentence to lifetime imprisonment.We hope other criminals are begining to learn a lesson.We are all aware of the famous Mukete thugs in Kumba.Their activities led to the dead of lawyer Esseme a staunch opponent of Mfon Victor Mukete.It is hope that the judges will emulate the exampmle from Ndop and let justice prevail.Fellows like this should all be languishing in jail.It's high time these criminals know their mentor the Chairman of the cpdm no longer condones devilish activities in the name of politics.The Lamido of Rey Buba and mfon Victor Mukete must and should understand that they cannot and will not escape the axe of justice.

Emah

Dele Giwa (1947-1986)wrote and I quote "NO evil deed can go unpunished. Any evil done by man to man will be redressed, if not now, then certainly later,If not by man then certainly by God, for the victory of evil over good can only be temporary".

If this statement is absolutely true, then we are just in the begining of more things to come.

My 5 frs

Vally

Let'S start by thanking the judge in this one.He must have brave all the oughts to go this far,bravo mr justice the judge you are an example to all.

That this murderer was given only 15 years is beyound me.He should have been put on firing squot.Life take out of his head for his family too to feel the pains.

I hope we do not see him tomorrow drinking in down town ABAKWA,he should serve his time,and a proper one of course.

The cpdm normally move mountain in all they do.This monster of a Fon should be strip of all his priviledges,we do need a kangaroo type of justice where he is sentence then given all to blindfool us,as i know cpdm will soon do.

Politicians should learn from this fallen idiot,the sdf in particular should take note.If you keep decieving the people time will catch you.Don't be saying one thing while doing another,history normally repeat itself.

Thanks once more to this learned judge of the bench,you are man of substance.

VALLY
ENGLAND.

fai

Thanks a million Mr judge, and i for one the next case should be the one of cheif Mukettes in kumba.

felix Mailiy

OK Who next!!

Southampton-UK

Teno p

good news, but 15 years is too small for what he did, Doh you are still having a lot of such cases caming up with the Bafanji people for you burn down their houses kill so many of them.Snice you thought as a PM no one could toch you Cameroon is Cameroon.In some few weeks to came you are to present your self in cout for all your did to the Bafanji people, for you said in cout that the Bafanji Fon is your ernemy because you burnt down his village this was in a law court.
TENO P.

lilie

Na all that Judge!! thanks a million for the justice.Just do you work without fear or favour and the lord will crown you with many crowns.Make you dowam so, make you friend them take example from you.

Christopher Ngosong

While it was a common practice in Cameroon that CPDM heavy weights were above the law, one could be tempted to believe that justice has been restored at all levels and to everybody in the country. However, that may not be very true unless these jailed heavy weights actually serve their jail terms. If not, then it would simply mean a shift of CPDM strategy from complete immunity to hidden immunity for these heavy weights so as to claim transperancy in the government. Nevertheless, that is a step foward and I thank the judge for the high sense of professionalism. Mr.Hn.Fon Doh Gah, you are suppose to be a father to the people but you choosed to be an enemy of the people for selfish interest. Look at where your huge apetite has landed you finally. You do not only represent a disgrace to the Bali people, but also to the parliamentary team and the nation as a whole. Shame on to you and may your subjects keep visiting you in jail. I now understand why there is a lot of tribal clashes among the Bali people "subjects like fon".

Tayong(Copenhagen)

Goodnews but wait a minute....

Where is Chief Mukete the murderer of Bar Esseme?

I say this without any aorta of doubt being a Kumba breed and facts laying bear.
Why couldnt this judge sentence Chief Mukete ? Johnson Ayuk the sentenced murderer of
Esseme is a thug of Mukete and wouldnt have kiiled Esseme without directive from Mukete since he Ayuk is an illitrate and possibly had no political agenda

Today we are again learning another lesson from the Bamenda man. Where is the Mukete of this Forum?

Your father is a murderer and you are here making noise.He will soon follow Doh
God Save Cameroon
Tayong

Charles Forkwa

Much ado about nothing! Do not read much in this conviction.
The Fon of Balikumbat and his kin are dispensible, so are many others who believe that affiliations will save them from wrong doings. If he was a the head of a beti family he would not have been convicted.
One would be naiive to believe that there is separation of powers in "Cameroon".
This should serve a valuable lesson.

kelvin mbotiji

I like cameroonians because when its time to blass their country they do that and when its time to praise they thank God and puff champagne in his name.Good we now see together with the essema trial in kumba that even though not enough,something is being done.but fellow men lets not over joy.appreciate but dont exasurate it.fon doh is a scape-goat who has fallen prey into the pollicy of blindfulling,cover-up and appeacement.dont we see other bigfishes being in cell and building skyscrapers?we are all greatfull and beg on the justice to continue like that so as to trap down all these big thieves and rascals,when that is done then we bushfaller will comeback.
kelvin mbotiji.
klinikum lippe detmold
Germany

Fritzane Kiki Hong Kong

At one point there is some justice here.We donnot need to thank God for this successful trail of a Fon.But what is most striking is the fact that they many people have committed this same offence and went scott free.This is where the CPDM is termed corrupt by using its powers to either cover matters like this one or completly passing a verdict that will terminate the case without any proper conclusion.Chief Mukete in Kumba is one example who was involved in something similar of this sort.But the matter never suffice and he is unpunished for it.

This will set an example to those who use their powers under the banner of the strenght of the ruling party to suppress SDF opponents to remain in high positions.
Justice shall prevail!!

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

AIU

150 years at the Big House for the killers of Kohtem. To me justice is served. Many spend less than 10 years in America in cases involving murder.
AIU

Texam

ERIC DENZEL,
In your previous write ups and because of the Ngwasiri issue you condemmed the name "Ngwa" and said nothing good comes from Bafut and that Bafut people are thieves. I will not argue with you but read about the judges in the FON DOH case and note that the presiding judge is "Damian Ambe" from Bafut. As you fuel ethnic and racial divide among cameroonians, know that Camerooninas wether from Osing, Bakossi or Bafut are peace loving people. Happy easter.

Beybunui

"No peace for the wicked". This short phrase is found in the HOly Bible. What has just happened to former fon Doh is the work of God. This judgment should not be attributed to any one person. I am sure if we go through the cases that had been handled by these judges, we will surely discover they had once been against the truth. Only the Almighty God is the True Judge. I am pleading that Cameroonians should return the Glory to Him for God is a jealous God. If you will not return the glory to Him, then be rest assured that He will not intervene in other cases. LORD FORGIVE US FOR GIVING PRAISES TO MERE MEN. YOU ALONE ARE OUR LORD AND JUDGE. FROM THIS DAY, WE ACKNOWLEDGE YOU FOR THE JUDGEMENT PASSED CONCERNING THE MURDER CASE IN BALIKUMBAT.

rexon

I am still suspecting this criminal will not spend any proper JAIL terms.

I see the jail term as a scam by the murderous CPDM.

Baninla Venantius

Mbeh forgot that when riding a lion "L'Homme Lion" he could make a good dinner even while on the mantle as long as the Lion has guests (international community) to deceive or feint. He is his own victim. The CPDM wants to deceive Cameroonian morons and showcase this for political gains. Only morons can be convinced by these CPDM vampires. CPDM could have thwarted this, if they wanted but decided to let go and use it to fuel the emperor’s (Biya’s) propaganda.
Well, "Mbeh" will be welcomed by those he helped incarcerated. Hope he goes to maximum security jail. Goodbye Mbeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeh

Belstaff Clothing

He is a good friend that speaks well of us behind our backs.

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