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Thursday, 27 April 2006

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retyu

Papa,it sounds funny hearing you saying you are not afraid of going to the forest a second time.Well,if all those wounds you are carrying are not painful,you can continue going and even make a small home under one of those trees in the forest.

cyndy

Chei,this guy is powerfulGOD no di sleep.But then he ain't scared to go back there?if it were me,that will be it

R_Pio

Ashia Mr Mbwapeh, that was couragouse! Don't mind it will some day be a story of the past, and your courage will the pride of your grand and great grand children.

felix

Were is Akoson the conspirator who will attached this animals to the work of an invisible and evil force.............

J.P Etone

I know you depend on the forest for livelihood, but why do you keep on hunting innocent animals? why don`t you let them to lead their live. The gorrilars didn`t attack you first. You had a gun indicating that you were well armed to kill many gorrilars as you could. You can live on the forest in a more freindly way and gorrilars will not attack you: pick erru, harvest nuts, medicinal plants, spices...

Henry Alex

Papa Ashia.Very happy u acknowledged the presence of God.Thanks and wish u speedy recovery.There is one God too.

Kanga

You be strong man massa. Sure if na Rambo or Terminator them for tear track after them see that Ewake'dem massa. Sure say some men them get a good bush meat stew that soiree.

samuel

luky you had just some minor injuries.i think it is high time this people start looking for other ways to leave for these animals are becaming rare to find and killing them for out daily life its going to stop sooner than latter.we most do something to protect the lifes of these animals very fast.

Walta Nji

Pa ashia oh, na Papa God helep you and make u savi say no other God no dey pass di one God whe we get. You don old, leave da Ewake them alone. Thank God for ya life.
Walta Nji
U.S.A

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