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Monday, 15 May 2006

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JTS

It Looks like the MP thinks the Mayor wants her post?

Chim

The Hon Lifaka does not sound so sure of herself. Why is she so afraid of her own shadow?.

Bidget Lyonga,

The truth is finally out. Lifaka does not even know the number of villages that make her constituency. She says her "constituency spans from the West Coast District, the Bonjongo Court Area, Lysoka, Mamu and the Bonadibongo area." Is the Bonjongo court area a village? The reporter wanted to know how many villages make up your constituency. If you chosed to name areas, you should have done so through, or if you chose to name villages, you should have gone ahead to name all the villages instead of exposing your ignorance to the journalist. The best answer would have been 1,2,3....60 villages and wait for the following quiestion. half education is an infection, difficult to cure. My next stop will be on your response to the question regarding bills. So wait for my comments, CPDM disgrace!!

BenB

Lyonga,

I remarked that too at the start of the interview, wondering why she rather gave the span of her constituency when she was asked for the number of villages.

The number of villages is important as each of them is a community needing certain basic amenities that cannot be shared in bulk with other even closeby villages.

But later in the interview, Hon Lifaka herself gave the figure. She said at least 68 villages. Maybe Lyonga counts more or less villages in Lifaka's constituency. It will be interesting to know that an MP doesn't know her constituency so well. Lyonga fire!

For most of that interview, she comes across as not-so-knowledgeable, though she sounds sincere. A people only get the leaders they chose for their attitudes and actions. Na wonna bi chose am. Make wonna no cry now. When elections were rigged for her you people jubilated. Make man no cry now.

Lifaka's shallowness comes across most glaringly when she says: "The right to remain silent, you know (pause), I think it is article 66 of that law… the right to remain silent. If you are arrested..." Helele!!

Who here doesn't know that Article 66 in the 1996 consitution is about the famous declaration of assets? And an MP? CPDM na dnon!

May we pardon her since it might just have been a slip of the tongue as she was speaking about both the right to silence and declaration of assets? She said she wasn't a legal expert and MPs (especially CPDM) and ministers often read notes during debates. They don't speak from their minds like SDF MPs during parliamentary debates.

Lifaka might just have received notes from her legal experts and read them in parliament without understanding them.

But even if we pardon her, it de lek say her own don finish for parlaiment as she seems to be out of favour with everyone that matters - Mayor Mbella Moki, PM Inoni, former PM Musonge, etc according to the interview.

And you sabi how way dem di do for CPDM noh? They will next handpick someone else, maybe Bidget Lyonga to run for parliament in the next elections to be rigged.

I salot o, Honourable Bidget Lyonga.

BenF

BenB

This Buea Rural parliamentary seat now obviously coveted by Lifaka's "detractors" belongs to Prof. Kale. He won this seat, but wonna bi tif am.

Tif property di hot belle.

Mbu.B

Dumb parliamentarian.One needs patience to read through.
Woman you drive a car but you can`t even open the bonnet of the car.Forget another term.You are short woman!

Marion-Leslie

Hi GUYS
CUD SOMEBODY PLEASE GIVE ME SOME HINTS
ON WHAT IT TAKES 2 GET 2 THE FAMOUS GLASS HOUSE?
BC FROM THE ABOVE INTERVIEW, UR MP IS ALL A MESS.
SHE KNOWS NOTHING.
SHE IS SO UNSURE OF WHAT SHE SAYS AND...
IN FACT SHE IS SO TENSED DAT THE INTERVIEWEE CUD EXPOSE HER(THEM)
CPDM WUNA CHOP 4 WUNA SABI!!!
AZORE, AHEAD AHEAD.
THE POST, I BEG WUNA EXPOSE THEM ALL.

THIS WOMAN REALLY WASHES HER DIRTY LAUNDRY IN PUBLIC.
WHAT IS A RIGHT AND WHAT IS AN OBLIGATION?
SHE SAYS THE RIGHT 2 STAY SILENT!!!
GOD SAVE US.
IS DAT AN OBLIGATION OR A RIGHT?.
MRS HONOURABLE.
HOW HONOURABLE R U?

Nayongo Ethel
Rexon

Nayongo Ethel,

You are a true fighter and a God fearing person. You speak with your heart and the truth and the almighty God will receive you in heaven with open hands.

I hope the likes of Agbormbai, Che Sunday, Frank Muma, who always pour this forum with CPDM rhetoric will be able to learn something from you.

Daniel Ewang

Lifaka should be ashamed to classify the Bova Youths as SDF. And should now know that they will truly go with SDF if she is the CPDM is not careful. When Youths revolt is SDF, when they cry for hunger, it is SDF but when Rice, beer and cows are given it is the CPDM. Lifaka, how many bills have you debated, you don't even know. From your interview, you appear to be just a little worst than madam Funning, because she can at least communicate in French, but your ignorance is a disgrace to the Bakweri and the CPDM as a whole.

.Legima Doh (LD)

Nayongo,
Great indeed.Some would think that you are so obscene.Yes it sounds so but the message is fraught with the bitter truth and the bitterness itself makes it look that way and not you.So her deeds are obscene and shameful.What a derogatory MP.
She knows virtually nothing to be an MP and is therefore a disgrace in toto.This is how to surge forward in that demonic regime,they must partake in very odious deeds like prostitution,necromancy,theft,bribery,corruption and all the vices.That MP brings shame to the Bakweri land as a whole.I know the Bakwerians to be very intelligent although some aren't that courageous.
In LRC,ministers are caught with stolen money,DG ie directeur generals are caught with stolen money,some jailed,almost all the government officials have their names boldly written in the list of the corrupt ones,MPs kill like Doh,some prostitute like Lifaka,most if not all are necromancers like Mendo,Mbella Mbappe,Minlo etc,most are homosexuals like Owona,Mbonjo etc,and the head himself is a crown of all the vices.As we can see,that country has planted deep the seed of evil and that is what shall be harvested.
ONE day,Peace shall reign in our land.We are simply sorry of the disgusting nature of things in that country.
Southern Cameroons,Peace!
Legima Doh,
for SCNC

Mary Ayuk

Mrs Lifaka you are a mess to the CPDM.

Mengolo

Madam Lifaka
Thank you, for granting this interview with the post. I will like to give you one little advice. Have confidence in your self and speak like some one who has spent four good years in parliament. Speak with authority but with respect, because from the way you gave or represented your self, reading your interview comes out to be very week. Even and OVERSEEYER at the then Tole tea estate could have done better then what you did on this interview. Wake up

Tita Mofaw

She is only doing her job...I mean representing her people.Go ahead with the work you are doing Your Excellency Mrs Hon.

Tina

Hon Lifaka,
It's not funny to read stuff like this from a so called MP.

Tina

Madam Lifaka na whaoooh..........When next you want to grant an interview think about what you gonna say because you made a fool of yourself in this one.As a parlamentarian you ought to do better.

Daniel Ewang

Lifaka has not seen anything yet. Just continue granting interviews they will sink your baot. You want to ride on the press to rise but you want the press reporter to slide and fall. Failed and fake politian.

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