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Thursday, 25 May 2006


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Celestine Fosung Nke

We are in deep trouble in Cameroon. Political confusion at its zenith. We are in need of a Luther king.

This man, knowingly or unknowingly is aiding Biya in their quest to destroy Cameroon.

Will a nation buckle under economic and political confusion?

Let a nation not fold up like a private company.


We are in for a real bullshit.

When shall we learn?



Hi friends,

We're not surprised at Djamen's disqualification, are we? We know, of course, who is the chairman of the investiture committee, don't we? And his name is... Ni John. Player and referee. That should have been Ngwasiri's job, but... Ni don take put am for pocket. That's our SDF.

- SDF!
- Pawa!
- SDF!!
- Pawa!!
- S-D-FFFFFF!!!!
- Pawa to de pipo an ikwo opitinitis.
- Who are de pipo?
- We are de pipo.
- Who has de pawa?
- We...em...em... ok Ni and Mbah Ndam have de pawa.
- SDF!
- Pawa!
- Pawa to Ni and Mbah Ndam and politics of exclusion.

God save us.

Son of Ako, intensify the fasting. Please don't swallow even your saliva. Dry fasting.



It has always been a one man show. JFN's dictionary hasn't got the word democracy. Use any means to keep a rival or threat far off is JFN's motto. By the way, this DJAMEN is probably looking for a means of selling his book or just in search of CHEAP POPULARITY. Well all he ought to have done was just to let the EUROS pass through skilled hands and the deal is done. If there is loophole in the deal and you dare raise an eyebrow, you are hit with 8.2. JFN's epitaph will probably be Article 8.2.
Can't wait for tomorrow.


I told you people that this people you can't pamper them. They are just like a drunk uncle who comes home fuming and angry at everything including the sound of his own breathing.

You say, "Uncle welcome" he hits you. You say, "Uncle I like your shirt" he hits you. You say, "Uncle, those people hate you but I like you" (Djamen tried that) he hits you. You hide under your pillow and cry in order not to WASH THE DIRTY LINEN IN PUBLIC, he hits you.

Ah ah! Tell me you no go run comot go for corner road go shout fine fine sotey pipo dem wake up for sleep? You no shout say na mop you no get am for cry? Cry fine fine!

You have to shout out loud. Loud enough not to die in silence. That way neighbours, your parents and your other uncles will come and settle the matter.

When trouble don too much e de comot for house.



Poor Djamen. You probably thought there was democracy in the SDF. You were very wrong.How did you expect Fru Ndi's brother in France to submit your name? Just wait, your dismissal letter is probably being prepared. Take it before you return to France. After the convention you will realise that SDF has not been hijacked by anglophones as you claim. It is the personal property of Fru and his graffi brothers. Suffer don finish for pa Fru for ever.


Doomsday-… less than 24 hours

Ni John Number 9 (I) like Eto

Na party dat di go he so! Dem don spoil am. Na he dis wey coach di wan draw line-up players dem no di corret. The key players in the team have dispersed their talents and skills. Some this way, others the other way. How man go do?

Going back to our traditional football jersey numbering, you remember in the early 1990s, Ni John used to be lined up as the number 5 full defence or back-keeper as the defence was called in the old school.

I think it was erroneous. Ni John was the key player and could only be the playmaker – 10 or the goal poacher – 9. I think he could still be even today, everything being equal. Unfortunately everything isn’t equal. But for now, he still is our Number 9, because as many of us here love to say, there is no replacement for him yet.

We forget that there won’t EVER be one, until the political space is opened and the game made fair for talents to emerge. Well, Ni John is still our Number 9 and that’s why we paid tribute to him on doomsday-9.

Now this is where there is a problem:

Look at our famous Number 9 Samuel Eto. We know he has come a long way to be moving mountains today. For years in the past he was a key player but won’t score us vital goals. You know why? He was selfish with the ball. He kept the ball to himself, wanting to score all the goals alone. He scored only a few or nothing sometimes.

But see today, Eto has matured. Eto don ripe. Though the Number 9, he even pulls back to be the playmaker like Number 10, giving the balls for others to score. You see the way it turns out? He ends up scoring most of the goals.


Uncle D

It is said that "charity begins at home" so if at the helm of the party you don't want to give a chance, then when will that be? After becoming the President?
This is really;
-Political shit
-SDF shit
-Opposition shit
-Anglophone shit
-Cameroon shit



Doomsday-… less than 24 hours

Ni John Number 9 (II) like Milla

Remember another famous Number 9, Roger Milla. We know he is now a living football legend for the marvelous things he did in the game. But we seem to have forgotten that in the past - let’s take the 1982 World Cup in Spain - Milla was the key player but he looked like an obstacle in the progress of the game.

There was often talk that Milla had “jazz”. If he didn’t score, no one else would score. So the feeling among the players was a difficult choice. Do they play without Milla and have others score? But could they play without Milla, the key player? What would you do faced with such a dilemma? The result then, that looked good but never brought trophies to the indomitable Lions can prick our minds.

We remember there was a budding Number 9 at the time, Eyobo Alain, playing for Dynamo. In one of the World Cup matches Milla was injured. The coach Jean Vincent naturally wanted to replace Milla with Eyobo who was like the back up Number 9. Though seriously hurt, Milla refused to quit. Many believed Milla feared if he gave Eyobo a chance, the new guy could have performed and the coach might have begun having second thoughts about fielding Milla again.

Milla refused to quit. He blocked the way for another talent to blossom. But someone here would have said, We can’t replace Milla because for now there is no replacement. By the way, Manga Onguene, the other top Number 9 – Milla’s archrival - had been abandoned in Germany where the Lions were training, after he suffered a mysterious injury. Many suspected Milla and Milla’s attitude didn’t help matters for him.

That was our great Number 9 Milla. Key player but bad intentions and selfish at that time. He stood in the progress of the game. Now see when Milla really earned glory was when he played only for a few minutes.

Sometimes the loose ball just came to him like in the Cameroon-Colombia game in World Cup 1990. Or in the 1988 African Nations Cup when the Ivorian goalkeeper panicked with the ball and let it bounce against Milla’s thighs into the goal.

And we could see that in a match in World Cup 1990 when Milla gave a pass – a “cutback” – but he was faster to the ball than anyone else, so he collected his own pass and scored the goal. Milla!!

They say if you love something, set it free, if it’s really yours, it will come back to you.



writing from yaounde
hi friends all is well here,our convention is going to hold.we have very able candidates froom the so call grassroots and the taredroots.professors doctors teachers farmers fishermen and you name the rest.
shame to the doom men.
let them speak.we have held press conferences and have given people the right to speak their minds.
longlive the true sdf


writing from yaounde
hi friends all is well here,our convention is going to hold.we have very able candidates froom the so call grassroots and the taredroots.professors doctors teachers farmers fishermen and you name the rest.
shame to the doom men.
let them speak.we have held press conferences and have given people the right to speak their minds.
longlive the true sdf


No more comments about the other convention.The yaounde convention is far into gear,we are ready for all i saw the famous Nyah lady today,doomsday criers are bound to fail,the best alternatives for the sdf will be discussed in yaounde.

We hear the dictator is unchallenged, goodluck.In yaounde the candidates are many,free campaign for all,express yourself and what you have for the sdf,this is democracy not gansterism.



Doomsday-… less than 24 hours

Ni John Number 9 (III) like Babangida “Maradona”?

Yes, if you love something, set it free, if it’s really yours, it will come back to you. That happens even in politics. Let’s take a notorious case: Nigerian military dictator Gen. Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida.

He was nick-named Maradona for his savvy in politics. Never mind that the real Maradona was Number 10. Diego Maradona was a goal poacher, though he was basically a playmaker.

Even when a politician is as bad as Babangida could have been perceived to be, and since qualities are best weighed only in comparison, the errors of their successors could make them look like a lesser evil.

When that happens you hear signs of people changing their minds, reconsidering their critical position. Naturally. You'll hear them say: “Well, he was even a good man only that…” and later: “Even sef, who be angel? Any man get he won weaknesses.”

My friends, that only comes genuinely after the successor would have failed. We saw that when Biya’s failures started emerging. People began crying for Ahidjo; even Ahidjo who wasn't admired by many.

We saw people demonstrate on the streets of Yaounde in the early 1990s, carrying Ahidjo’s photo and crying they wished he could resurrect and return to power. See how that has left Biya in perpetual fear of even Ahidjo’s corpse. He can’t let the poor man’s body come and rest at a cool corner in Garoua.

Yes, a failed politician could become a missed hero if he quit honourable, but if they sit tight as if it’s a matter of life and death – like Abacha – it could quit them in disgrace.

A certain opinion in Nigeria (increasingly popular by the day) is now beckoning on Babangida to return to power.

Babangida gave Nigerians eight terrible years at the helm of state with wicked and dirty acts people hate to remember like the letter bomb that killed journalist Dele Giwa, execution of his childhood friend Gen. Maman Vatsa, drug dealings with Gloria Okon, annulment of Abiola’s clean and clear victory, et al.

Today, because he quit in time and his more ruthless friend Abacha stuck to his guns blindly and lost face with the people, Babangaida looks redeemed and is now being rehabilitated.

During Abacha’s ruthless reign, many Nigerian’s could be heard saying, “Babangida be better oh. Sah! Dis Abacha man sef na human being, abi? Better dem bring back Babangida.”

Ni John should learn from this.



Momo, Vally, BenB, Jts, Teribobs et al

You guys should not be deceived. Let's wait and see the out come of the Convention in Yaounde. You guys are shouting that Fru Ndi has been allowed to run alone. Is he the one who said Djamen's file should not be sent to Cameroon.

I'm writing today the 26th. We will get the results by noon, Cameroon time.


Doomsday-… less than 24 hours

Ni John Number 9 (IV)

Fon Lawrence, the arguments you’ve made justifying Ni John’s longevity, I’ve made them too in oral debates. And I agree with a lot of the points you made. Longevity in executive office or at the helm of state is not the same as leading a political party – a movement like the SDF for that matter.

But here’s what you overlooked:

As far as I’m concerned, the SDF crisis is not about Ni John’s staying chairmanship. It’s about the methods of the chairmanship, and this I strongly believe has to do with his entourage. I know to some people this resembles what we said of Biya in the late 80s and early 90s. We often said the problem with Biya is his entourage, not he himself.

Even so, I still insist that the problem is the entourage and some blind militants like some of us on this forum, who like fanatical fans are cheering Ni John even when he keeps the ball to himself, refusing to pass the ball to others who could score. Or maybe we don't know if they can score but they should be given a chance; they should not be denied their right to run for office. They should be defeated in the race, not disqualified.

Like you Fon, I have mentioned Abdoulaye Wade, not really for his joining Senghorist governments, but for being the eternal head of his Partie Démocratique du Sénégal (PDS). I’ve said, and been scorned for it, referring to Mandela in SA and Sam Nujoma, in Namibia that revolutionary leaders stay the course and carry it to its logical end, through thick and thin.

However, - and this is where you’re not so right - followers don’t just let a leader sit tight for the simple sake of letting them stay the course. Leaders have to earn it and in the case of Mandela, Nujoma and Wade, they earned it. Yes, they faced challenges too but we know so well – can we argue over this? – that they didn’t use politics of exclusion to elbow others out.

Now let me remind you that Sam Nujoma who finally led Namibia to independence was not the pioneer leader of SWAPO. He only replaced Toiva ja Toiva who remained faithful to the cause and at independence took a cabinet post under Nujoma.

In South Africa – and we often forget this – Oliver Tambo who had led the ANC for decades during Mandela’s jail time had had his feet on the ground so solidly he could have wanted to keep it. But when the time came he shifted and gave way for Mandela.

And I bet you, if at any time it looked like there was something about Mandela that could stand in the way of the ANC, that could make the party lose useful human resources as we see with the SDF today, Mandela would have been shelved and I know he would have had the good sense to give way. He has shown that nothing was more important than the welfare of the people.

His own wife, Winnie who is revered in SA about the same way we worshipped Ni John here in the 1990s, was shelved because her acts stood to cost the ANC. My friends, the movement and the nation – the people’s welfare - should stand above an individuals glory.

And remember, even the best Number 9 man needs to pass the ball.



Doomsday-… less than 24 hours

Ni John Number 9 (V) Offside

The way some of us behave on this forum it’s as if the day Ni John is no longer chairman, they won’t be SDF militants. They are Fru Ndiists not SDF militants. After all, Ni John is himself an institution. He is sufficiently popular to sanction the SDF and say, Well, I don go me. We go see who wey de pipo go follow. (That could be a good idea o, Ni John.)

In that case maybe they may create their Fru Ndiist party and we welcome them to go because their presence in this party even scares away useful potential voters. Those who would join if they left would outnumber those who left. They are only good for noisemaking. If they left, our party would become more attractive to militants and voters like Atangana whom someone here asked to leave this forum because of his name.

And who knows? If that happened, my friends I’d stay with my SDF but maybe one day I’d vote for Ni John if he continued to prove to be promising. Remember the Clinton Republicans and Reagan Democrats?

But for as long as Ni John has surrounded himself with the wrong people and he now is clearly a problem, we can’t grant him eternal leadership simply borrowing from Abdoulaye Wade. If he fails to pass the ball or doesn’t want to be replaced to advance the game, we can’t stand by him unconditionally, not even I a Fru Ndiist.

And the Number 9 who keeps the ball too long may easily be offside.

SDF going…



26 – 28 May 2006

The under mentioned persons have viewed with concern the recent happenings in the SDF party as it approaches its anniversary Convention in Bamenda on 26 May 2006. Fearful that as the battle lines are drawn and the critical day approaches, some people of bad faith may opt for “dividing the baby” and, consequently, sign the death warrant of this party of hope, we urge the Convention participants to take a critical look at the proposals made below and to take whatever measures are necessary to rescue the SDF from the edge of the cliff where, in our humble view, it is being led like a lamb to the slaughter by some unscrupulous people bent on seeing the last of this great party.

To begin with, we hereby address a message of condolence to the entire SDF family for their departed friends and comrades. We address a special message of condolence to party Chairman, Ni John Fru Ndi, following the death of his wife and fellow combatant in the struggle for improving the lot of Cameroonians.

For ease of reference, our proposals are in numbered paragraphs.

A. Amendment of the SDF Constitution

1. The present Constitution of the SDF has served the party faithfully for the past 16 years. It would be pragmatic to say that the Constitution needs to be reviewed. Circumstances have changed since the inception of the SDF party. Article 8.2 has been invoked on several occasions to bring erring members and officials to their senses, and often to their knees. Of recent, Article 11.4 has been cited in the courts to try to draw the cover to one side, to the detriment of the other side.

2. A piecemeal amendment of the Constitution to give the party Chairperson more powers to appoint members of NEC would not serve the party’s interests since it would be viewed as a kind of gerrymandering. It would offer detractors and enemies of the SDF an opportunity to view the Chairperson as a dictator or as one who preaches virtue and practises vice. To be logical, an amendment in this direction would have to be extended to all the levels of the party, thus killing the spirit of democracy that should reign in the SDF.

3. We propose that, for the SDF to respond to the times, its Constitution should be amended; but it should be amended in a responsible manner. Consequently, the ongoing drive to amend the Constitution at the Bamenda Convention should be re-considered. Instead of amending the Constitution just for the sake of giving the Chairperson wider powers and exposing him or her to future accusations of favouritism, a Constitutional Amendment or Review Panel should be set up at the Convention to look into all the avenues of modernising the SDF Constitution.

4. The terms of reference of the Constitutional Amendment or Review Panel would be to sanitise the SDF Constitution. At the end of its mandate, the appellation “SDF Founding Fathers” should become an honorary position. The “Founding Fathers” are like midwives who helped deliver a baby. As soon as the baby can stand on its feet, the midwife should leave centre stage. Also, at the end of the Panel’s mandate, the roles of the NEC and NAC should be clearly defined so that they do not overlap. In general, the powers of an appointed body should not exceed those of an elected body. Clear provision should be made for transitional periods in the life of the structures put in place by the Constitution. This presupposes that the terms of office of the various officials and structures should be limited to avoid the effects of burn-out.

5. The place of women in the SDF should be re-examined and strengthened in the Constitution. Women should climb the rungs of power on the basis of their ability and not on an ideological basis.

6. An offshoot of the Constitution, the Standing Orders, should be used to expand on the major themes set forth in the Constitution. These could include provisions on:
(a) Transparency and representation: The affairs of the party should be run in a transparent and representative manner. All the provinces or regions of Cameroon should be fairly represented in the different organs of the party to avoid accusations of tribalism in the party.
(b) Finances: Checks and balances should be put in place to ensure that financial dealings in the party are not carried out by individuals for unspecified purposes. An audit bench should be set up to ensure that no person or group of persons should use the party funds for their own benefit.
(c) Parliamentary grant: All SDF MPs should present an annual report to the NEC on their management of the parliamentary grant, and the overall results of these reports should be presented to the National Convention. Cross-constituency checks should be conducted on the use of these grants as follows: Delegates from one constituency should be sent to another constituency to assess how MPs of that constituency have used the grant.
(d) Party property: Legally binding measures should be drawn up on the use of the party’s property. Any attempt by an official to cling to party property after being voted out of office should be resolved quickly under these measures to ensure continuity.
(e) Communication/Public Relations: The day to day communication work of the party should be left in the hands of the Propaganda Officer (Communication Secretary). This official should be the one to speak on behalf of the party at press conferences and issue party propaganda, unless otherwise decided by the NEC. In order to avoid cacophony, other party officials should not convene press conferences to advance their personal aspirations. The SDF could envisage a national radio transmission channel to which listeners, especially SDF grassroots militants can tune in at appointed times for party propaganda. This could be supplemented by a strong bi-weekly paper that will sell the party ideology as well as counter interferences that may endanger the reputation of the party.
(f) Bilingualism: To avoid conflicts arising from language use (see the argument surrounding the interpretation of the SDF Constitution where one side decided to use one version of the Constitution to advance its cause), bilingualism should be encouraged in the party, and there should be annual stints for party leaders to school themselves on one or the other official language and on other languages in general. The translation of the basic texts of the party should clearly indicate which version is authoritative in case of conflict.

B. Discipline

7. SDF militants from the grassroots through party vanguards to the top brass of the party should be schooled on tolerance and respect for public property, duly constituted authority, human dignity and members of other political parties. Criticism of the party hierarchy and of others must be constructive and devoid of insults, blackmail and misinformation. In return, those who indulge in constructive criticism, of the party, for example, should not be branded as enemies.

C. Post-Convention activities

8. Immediately after the Convention, and in addition to any follow-up action decided on by the Convention, the SDF should address the following issues, if these have not yet been included in the follow-up action as above:
(a) Upcoming elections: the Convention should empower the newly elected NEC to immediately begin preparations for the upcoming municipal and legislative elections. Emphasis should be (but not exclusively) on the SDF strongholds of the Littoral, West, South West and North West provinces. To avoid being branded as a regional party, the SDF should do all in its power to have representation, albeit limited, in the other provinces.
(b) Independent Electoral Commission: The SDF should be proactive. It should immediately produce, publish and submit its version of the Independent Electoral Commission to the National Assembly. This would offer the party an opportunity to begin mounting pressure on the government to create this organ before the organisation of the council and parliamentary elections in 2007.
(c) Voter registration: The Convention should empower the new NEC to ensure that militants are mobilised at all levels to register massively in the electoral registers. The new NEC should be despatched all over Cameroon to sensitise Cameroonians in general and SDF militants in particular to this issue.
(d) Voting in the Diaspora: The SDF should lobby the government and the international community to secure the participation of Cameroonians living abroad (the Diaspora) in elections conducted in Cameroon.
(e) Reconciliation: Dissenting voices in the SDF need not call for Article 8.2 sanctions all the time. The SDF should seek for reconciliation with its expelled members who show remorse and are willing to re-commit themselves to the aspirations and doctrine of the party.
(f) Shadow politics: As a leading opposition party, the SDF should be prepared with its answers to the various components of government business. The leader of the leading opposition party should always be in a position to show the weaknesses inherent in government policy and offer himself/herself and his/her team (shadow cabinet) as an alternative to the existing dispensation. In the event of any coalition with another party, the SDF should ensure that its political weight is adequately reflected in the coalition.
(g) Party house or Secretariat: A party house worth its name should be built in Bamenda or elsewhere to forestall criticisms of dictatorship, witchcraft and the like arising from holding meetings in private homes.
End of Open Memo

Contributors to the Open Memo to the SDF Bamenda Convention:
Samleyin (Aloysius Galabe);
KNganjo (Kennedy Nganjo);
Fon Lawrence;
Klemenceau (Tadia Clement);
Watesih (San Ke);


This Memo has been forwarded to the interim SG of the sdf in Bamenda.We are told it will be discussed by convention delegates.



Les militants arrivent, depuis hier, par convois entiers. Au palais des Congrès, la salle est préparée avec un soin particulier. Les dissidents affichent leur sérénité.

“Le congrès va se tenir dans tous les cas. Si on ne nous permet pas de l’organiser dans cette salle du palais des Congrès que nous avons louée, nous la tiendrons dans les installations de notre siège à Olezoa ”. L’aveu de M. Zamboue résume les nouvelles dispositions sécuritaires prises à Yaoundé.

La police ne peut pas entrer dans les installations d’un parti politique, qui a le droit d’organiser tout événement à sa convenance sans autorisation, selon lui. L’ex président provincial du Centre, aujourd’hui rallié au clan dissident, conduit par Ngwassiri, est formel. Le 7ème congrès du Social Democratic Front (Sdf) va se tenir ce jour, 26 mai, à Yaoundé comme initialement annoncé. Même si, pour l’instant, des informations sur la santé du président du Nac, le député Ngwassiri sont inquiétantes. Il a un problème de dyalise, et un blocage de reins. Il sera représenté par Madame Mengue Mballa qui ouvrira les travaux, en cas d’empêchement.

Ce sont ainsi 2400 délégués issus des 338 structures de base du parti qui sont attendus à cette rencontre, qui devrait aboutir au bout du compte à l’élection des membres du Bureau national et des autres charpentes dirigeantes du mouvement.

En attendant l’heure H, les délégations des provinces du grand Nord et du Centre arrivent depuis le mercredi 24 mai, et par vagues successives. 600 membres arrivent du grand Nord exclusivement, à deux jours d’intervalle, simplement parce que la Camrail n’a pas consenti à mettre à leur disposition les 200 places nécessaires, selon Pascal Zamboué qui passe le clair de son temps à la salle de 1 500 places du palais des congrès à superviser, dit-il, le plan de salle.

Et qui se réjouit de ce que ces activités se tiennent conformément aux dispositions statutaires qui ont été soigneusement évitées par le clan Fru Ndi. “ Lequel ne peut s’en prendre qu’à lui-même face à la scission maintenant consommée de leur mouvement ”, selon les déclarations de M. Zamboue.

Au siège du parti à Olézoa, la salle située à l’entrée du bâtiment qui abrite habituellement les conférences, a été vidée de son contenu pour accueillir les militants qui sont attendus tout au long des journées du 25 et 26 du mois en cours. Un budget prévisionnel de près de 35 millions en recettes a été arrêté. Il proviendra des cotisations des députés Sdf qui ont rallié cette faction à raison d’un million de F Cfa chacun. Le même montant est attendu des maires Sdf et cadres du parti, et 7 millions des militants de la diaspora par exemple.

Les dépenses quant à elles, sont presque équivalentes aux recettes. Pour l’heure, la totalité de ces fonds n’a pas encore été collectée. Les candidatures sont déjà connues, qui devaient être validées hier 25 mai dans l’après-midi au cours d’une conférence organisée sur le sujet. Pour autant, celles du Président, de son 2è adjoint, du secrétaire général, et du chargé de la communication sont déjà connues.

Il s’agit respectivement de Bernard Muna, de dame Mengue Mballa, de Pascal Zamboué, et de madame Sadio.

Irène Sidonie Ndjabun
Publié le 25-05-2006
La Nouvelle Expression

Fon  Lawrence

Memo coordinated/edited by Langai Thedon
Sorry the name did not appear


Wonna hear: CPDM Secretary general invited to Bamenda Convention. Which parties often attend SDF convention? Who knows the answer? Ally parties. So CPDM is ally of SDF FRU-NDAM.

Read in La Nouvelle Expression. Weh! We own don finish. Da pipo dem don spoil we party finish.


- Plus de 1500 délégués enrégistrés - Le dossier du challenger de Fru Ndi introuvable - A Yaoundé le camp Ngwassiri s’active

L’information qui circulait le plus dans les milieux du Social Democratic Front (Sdf), hier 25 mai 2006, a Bamenda: Ni John Fru Ndi sera candidat à sa propre succession. Les journalistes et certains responsables de ce parti se la partageaient, hier, à la résidence du Chairman, à Ntarikon.

En d’autres termes, Célestin Djamen ne va pas challenger Fru Ndi, comme il l’a annoncé à travers les médias, depuis plusieurs semaines déjà. Le candidat à la présidence du principal parti de l’opposition camerounaise, venu de France, s’est longuement expliqué dans la presse, battant campagne, sans vérifier si son dossier de candidature était arrivé au comité de validation des candidatures via le Nec (Comite exécutif national) du Sdf.

C’est du moins l’explication qu’il donnait, jusqu’à 17 heures, hier, a certains hommes de médias accourus aux nouvelles à la résidence de Elisabeth Tamajong, celle qui joue le rôle de secrétaire général du parti depuis un bon bout.

A la résidence du Chairman, en effet, l’information allait de bouche à oreille, le plus souvent sous cape. Car, en ce moment-là, une session extraordinaire du Nec se tenait, et a laquelle prenait part le militant du Sdf venu de France, Célestin Djamen.

Ce dernier devrait dévisager le circuit par lequel il a envoyé son dossier de candidature, qui ne serait jamais arrivé. ”Celui qui l’aurait distrait devrait être sanctionne”, bavardait un responsable du Sdf. Et, au moment où nous quittions Ntarikon, vers 18 heures, sous une pluie battante, rien n’avait filtré de cette réunion du Nec.

En réalité, les choses ne devraient pas changer, au vu de la liste ”officielle” des candidatures que la responsable de la communication, Béatrice Anenmbong Munjo, distribuait aux médias.

En effet, à quelques heures de l’ouverture du 7eme congrès du Sdf, la résidence du Chairman est le seul point d’attraction. Le point le plus chaud, ou tout le monde se dirige. Arrivée dans la ville, La Nouvelle Expression a déjà aperçu a l’embranchement qui y conduit, un certain Oumbe Defo Sangong, celui qu’on nomme le ”madame Foning de l’Ouest”, au vu de sa capacité de mobilisation.

Il était 16h10 minutes. Assez proche de la tendance Fru Ndi aux affaires maintenant à l’Ouest, il était certainement prendre le pouls avant de conduire ses troupes le lendemain. ”La mobilisation est totale”, dit-il, annonçant 300 délégués et plus de 450 vanguards qui prendront le départ à Bafoussam, ce matin, pour Bamenda.

Quelques pas plus loin, c’est Jean Michel Nintcheu qui prend place dans son véhicule. ” J’arrive là. Je vais prendre mes comprimés”, explique le président provincial du Sdf du Littoral. Il reviendra d’ailleurs quelque 45 minutes après. D’un coin à l’autre de la résidence du Chairman, des hommes et des femmes vont et viennent, des responsables et militants du Sdf pour la plupart. Contrairement à certaines habitudes, l’entrée y est moins filtrée. Dans la cour, Ni John Fru Ndi se détend un peu. Il est approché par quelques militants qui ne manquent pas de faire allégeance. Une affaire de pouvoir.

Le candidat déclaré à la convention qui s’ouvre ce jour, est bien relax. Il cause bien un bout, avant d’aller rejoindre les siens dans la salle attenante de son ”palais” où se tient la réunion du Nec, pour les derniers réglages.

Hormis l’ambiance de Ntarikon, le congrès du Sdf n’est pas très perceptible dans la ville de Bamenda. Si l’on fait une comparaison avec les années antérieures, ce n’est pratiquement pas le branle-bas des années 90. ”La scission qui sévit dans le parti aujourd’hui y est pour quelque chose”, analyse un journaliste du coin.

Venant de Bafoussam, il faut atteindre Financial Square pour voir quelques vert-blanc du Sdf. Sur le ciel de Bamenda se dressent quelques banderoles, sans couleur. Même celui de Liberty Square, à l’entrée de l’Avenue commerciale, ou des citoyens étaient tombés sur des balles le 26 mai 1990, n’est pas trop parlant.

” Bienvenue à la 7ème convention du Social Democratic Front. Conférence de la Renaissance du 26 au 28 mai 2006”, y lit-on.

Cardinal Tumi
Au palais de congrès de Bamenda, à “ Back men market”, où se dérouleront les travaux, juste une banderole négligée barre l’entrée. Aucune disposition n’etait encore prise. Rien aux couleurs du Sdf dans les parages.

Mais, Emmanuel Pobdinga, le mototaximan qui y conduit le reporter rassure que ”les choses vont bouger d’ici demain (ce jour)” . Sur son deux-roues est dressé un drapeau aux couleurs du parti de Fru Ndi. Il dit appartenir à un groupe de mototaximen militants ”convaincus de la convention du Sdf”.

Selon le programme remis aux médias, le congrès s’ouvre ce vendredi 26 mai par un défilé au stade municipal de Bamenda. Ce sera à 11 heures et les personnes qui l’animeront sont les “vanguards”, les membres du Nec, les maires et députés, et les responsables provinciaux.

L’ouverture officielle est prévue dans la salle du palais des Congrès à 14 heures. Le clou de ce 7ème congrès est annoncé pour le samedi 27 mai, à 18 heures : les élections au Nec. Il s’achèvera le dimanche à 9 heures par un culte œcuménique, auquel prendront part plus de 1500 délégués.

Sont également attendus 173 personnalités invitées, dont le secrétaire général du Rdpc, Charles Doumba, le cardinal Christian Tumi, Benjamin Menguede représentant l’ambassadeur des Etats-unis, etc.

M. Kisito NGALAMOU, à Bamenda
Publié le 25-05-2006
La Nouvelle Expression

Fon  Lawrence

It would have been a terrible shame if the Ngwasiri´s gang complete failed to make Cameroonians know that they are still alive on as the day for the convention approaches.Any news coming from Y´de is Propaganda.

We know the SdF family is in Bamenda evident in that all provinces organised their primaries and unanimously declared for Bamenda.Any noise from Y´de will be short lived

Ndi O N

Fon Lawrence and other members of the "Open MEMO to the SDF convension in Bamenda"
That was a job well done. I can see the concern you have for your people. By the will of God,all will be well. I thank him for you all that contributed. Victory is near for God allows certain things to happen at a particular time to draw us closer to him. Victory is for all.
Best wishes to the Bamenda Convention.

Dr. A. A. Agbormbai

Samleyin (Aloysius Galabe);
KNganjo (Kennedy Nganjo);
Fon Lawrence;
Klemenceau (Tadia Clement);
Watesih (San Ke);

With all the garbage that you lot have been posting on this forum regarding Fru Ndi, I must for once praise your efforts in coming up with a useful intellectual piece on sorting out the Bamenda version of the SDF party.

However, with the insecurity and dictatorship that underpin the behaviour of the protagonists of this SDF, I doubt very much that your important suggestions will go down well with them.

Nevertheless, I believe that the Yaounde SDF can, and will, benefit a great deal from your proposals. Ultimately you too may be forced to abandon the false SDF and join the true version.


Dr. A. A. Agbormbai

My Dearest DR. you forgot one name: Langai Thedon. The MEMO was cordinated by him.
Many others who contributed to this have not been mentioned but you sure know them.

We don't need your praises please. You better keep on writing the two lines of praises you have always been writing. You call our contributions in this forum garbage because we have always criticized your ideas.
You better stop attaching the title DR. to your name because I can't see your importance in this forum. You always hide behind only to come in and chip two lines and disappear.




To say you are an idiot is an understatememt.Infact you are a yam.Please just stop writing about things you know nothing of and stop pretending to be who you are not. Hear him "And the number 9 who keeps the ball for too long may easily be offside" Even football you no know massa? A person is offside when he waits for(or collects) for the ball from the wrong position and NEVER when he keeps the ball.You can never be outside by keeping the ball.
You are just a disgrace on this forum.


BenF,Vally of England,Mukete,Momo et al...
Please eat your last meal today and be ready to commit suicide tomorrow.Fru has won and no SDF convention in Yaounde!
Or maybe you guys wait for ngwasirri to commit suicide first before you follow.
Wena mammy them all!
Long live the true SDF.

Njeck Howard

Why all this anger, Fru Ndi is the only tiger that resisted one of the highest Dictator in the world with out spending a day in the cell.

Anger will not take use any where. You people should sit together "with the crying for ministeral post from Biya"and create another party.

We all have a problem withern the anglophone community that we dont want to address.
Is Fru Ndi the chairman of SCNC. Where have we gone with SCNC that we want to take SDF to.
The single Giant who gave all to craete a voice for the opressed is now a target.

Gain your Independence with SCNC and stop disturbing. We dont have the strength to came out an mass to proclaim our Independence but only have power to institute democracy in SDF.
Shame, Shame to Southern Cameroonians.
Mandela of Cameroon Fru Ndi Long Life Pa of Tarikon. No mind them.
Former SG, Ben Muna, sale out Ngwasiri Go create your own party like Fru Ndi.
Diaspora voice. Njeck Howard. USA


I am very proud for the contributions and suggestions that were edited and posted by Langai Thedon. Infact, come to think of it. How could we expect to stay blind to realities. It is infact glaringly visible that we have resource personalities in the background. Our fervent prayers are for this suggestions to be taken into consideration by the conventionists. It hurts the heart to read what some of us write in this forum. Infact we have been given an oppurtunity through this forum to look at the life of our beloved fatherland. some have taken this oppurtunity to sow seeds of discord amongst themselves. What a shame. We should be honest with ourselves and know when to chip in a comment. You are not oblidged to comment on an article if you are not inspired. is it not true that even a good student is never inspired on all questions during an examenation? I put in a good word for the SDF as a one and indivisible party. I stand for change and thats what the convention is all about. I buy the suggestions of the Langai Thedon contributions. I also buy some of the suggestions of the Yoyo and Co. ammendment proposals. There are two key items that I strongly Reject; The one is the making of the chairman a supper being and the other is the turning of his private residence in to a party structure. I dont believe SDF lacks funds to raise a stucture to house its delibrations especially in Bamenda its headquarters. I also strongly hold that Yaounde too is supposed to have real structures for party delibrations. The will of the people will always prevail. I believe battles are fought inside rather than from outside the house. To end all, Art. 8.2 should be rethought for in my oppinion this article is no longer a rallying force in the party or otherwise its use should be redefined. The 'Osih' commision should not end its work after the convention, but continue to try and reconcile the party. We are one and I believe oness will prevail. Lets hold our breath and await the outcome of the convention. I personally pray for good health to all the convention participants.
The Fight continues....


Dear Vally of England,
To me you seem an educated person with a critical mind and a well-balanced sense of judgement.However,there is a point that you seem to have missed completely.Your greatest problem with Fru Ndi seem to stem from the fact that he accepts money from the Government.If actually you live in England then you should know what obtains in a true democracy.
The main opposition party as an alternative to the government is suppose to get money from the government.Infact its leader is suppose to be ON AN ALLOWANCE EQUIVALENT TO THE PRIME MINISTER'S SALARY!.This is a fact and you can find out if you care.The Cameroon government knows this very well.That is why it pretends to give small subventions to opposition parties during elections.This is not suppose to be so.The subventions are suppose to be regular.The government is suppose to finance opposition parties.The CPDM is the party running the government,but the CPDM is not the government.The money given to the SDF is government money and not CPDM money.One unfortunate thing is that in Cameroon people don't know the difference between the CPDM and the Government.
Fru Ndi is not taking money from the CPDM but from the Government.It is not bribe.It is not a hidden matter.It is his Constitutional right and I feel that's something Cameroonians need to learn and accept.



I have nothing to say about the bamenda convention,but the news reaching me in yaounde shall be discussed later.On my way to 'palaise de congres'.

Klemenceau i will be writing a response to some of your concerns after today,when you tell lies and cheat people there is always pay back time,the yaounde convention will bring the best of alternatives for the sdf if not dictator fru ndi and his gangs will destroy the party.



M Muki,

Please we are not refusing our beloved child the sdf from receiving monies from the gov't,oh no.The party with the donations from members and the subvention from the gov't survives.

If you belong to my group that lost valuable friends in the early 90's to biya's Military because of the sdf you will accept that Fru ndi has changed seroiusly.

We followed him to rallies round the country and risk our life for the changed we all want,but brother the chairman has changed,the bad of it is, he is not seeing what we are saying and has gang himself with feymen and are abitrary using continue with illegality.

If we do not stand up now then beleive me, it will be too late,you need to hear what is coming from bamenda,they are behaving like the cpdm,so how can they get the changed we are all clamouring for when they are being led by cpdm in the background?

These are my short term problems with fru ndi,he has to be halted before we run out of esteem.

Talk to you after the convention.



Pascal Zamboe, Muna and co.,
If proff. Ngwsiri dies, you guys will be held responsible for pushing a patient to dare 'Tyson'.
I am already trying to get in touch with the family of the proff who is 'lying in state' in the Yaounde reference hospital.
These fellows will not go unpunished.
I have just heard that at least one person has been shot dead this morning in Yaounde caused by Muna and Zamboe in an attempt to seize the secretariat sealed by gendarmes to abort their evil agenda against the Cameroonian people.
See what France through Muna's agency is doing to our country.
Agents! Agents! of the devil France.

Posted by: Echidime | May 26, 2006 at 05:23 AM


Horrible news if this is true. Killings already? Wonderful. what is this rubbish ??


Dear readers,

My regards to all those who contributed to the memo sent to the Bamenda convention. It should teach the forum that we don't have a "god" we adore as others claim. We stand for the truth. We stand for the better SDF.

One person shot dead? Look at the confusion Ngwasiri and his people are causing our party. What's the meaning of all this?

The fight is on and those who had and have bad intensions will NOT know rest. God's in control.

Son Of Ako.



Fon Lawrence,

That was a great contribution from you and your friends. At least for once you have acknowledged the following:

1. That the SDF in its present form is at best seen to be very tribalistic
2. That Fru Ndi is both the prosecutor and the judge when one considers the overlapping roles of NAC and NEC
3. That article 8.2 has been misused in the past to get rid of progressives within the SDF
4. That Fru Ndi should stop his ambition to have sweeping powers as proposed in the new SDF constitutional amendments since he is likely to misuse such powers. I am sure you had as reference the appointments of memebers of the SDF bureau in the National Assembly. For the sake of peace you did not want to cite that as an example. However we understand your concern
5. That since SDF cannot pretend to be a national party, it should limit its influence only in four provinces. I guess you thought that the Ngwasiri faction is in control of the other six provinces. You are probably right
My only concern is that you did not give concrete proposals on how you think these progressive voices within the SDF should be silenced forever. You preferred to copy the example of your cousins in CPDM: creation of committees whose results are never released.

Thank you wise men. I hope the chairman will listen to your excellent proposals

Fon Lawrence

Concerning the one shot death,this is the news I received.

"Serious fighting in Yaounde last night between the two factions of the SDF. One dead and several wounded. Others never to see again. The situation as of now is still unclear. More later. No one knows whether the congress in Bamenda will hold today. Terrible thing.
Dr. Njilah Isaac Konfor
(In Yaounde)"

I am waiting on Atangha and others in Y´de to throw more light.


Fon Lawrence,

Thank you so much for the info. What am I hearing? No one knows whether the convention in Bamenda will hold today? The war is in Yaounde and not in Bamenda for Christ's sake. Terrible thing indeed!

Oh my God...I'm just getting mad. I'm dumpfounded!

Let's pray hard. BenF, do you see what your Yaounde man is causing innocent Cameroonians? Join me let's pray please.

Son Of Ako.



Dear Brothers & Sisters,
One is dead & 4 are seriously wounded! The wounded are undergoing treatment at the Yaounde Central Hospital. I'll get a clearer picture before the day runs out.

Meanwhile everything is going on in B'da as plan. I know this sad news will dampen their enthusiasm. I am so disturb & can't write well!

I'll be back.

Dr. A. A. Agbormbai

Advocates of the Bamenda SDF should be in Bamenda. What are they doing fighting the Yaounde SDF in Yaounde? Who is the trouble maker here?

Are they concerned that all will abandon them and go instead to Yaounde?


I am at the yaounde convention venue,since i am with my lap top with satelite connection get the latest.

Last night a group of tugs from bamenda storm the sdf secretarait in yaounde killing the assistant secretary for centre who was busy preparing documents for the convention in yaounde.They stab and wounded many more.
Well,the sdf saga has taken another dimemsion,after failing to suppress the yaounde convention Dictator Fru Ndi and his gangsters are taking the laws into their hands.

Watch this space,yaounde convention on with more than 1500 delegates.God bless the sdf.



Dear Readers!
The guy who is dead is Mr. Gregoire DIBOULE! He used to be one of our communication officers. The D.O. for Y'de 11 is now saying (CRTV radio news 1pm) he never authorised any convention in Yaounde. Whatever he gave as an authorisation was later withdrawn. My question is what did he (D.O.) do to stop this people from holding a convention in Y'de. Ben MUNA & the regime should be held responsible for all these.

Dr. A A, everyone has a right to form or belong to a political party, but no one has the right to use a logo of another political party. I am surprise Dr. A A that you're still supporting a failed coup d'etat.

I'll be back.


Dr AA .
I dont militate in party politics this far but it beats my imagination that a man who holds intellectual prowess should be a formentor of trouble when his likes are peace brokers. Cant u use your intellectual abilities to rather strike a peace deal with these colleagues ?
If you are in Yde I will urge you to meet with Dr Maurice Njambe if u know him. He will teach you what intellectuals should be doing in such circumstances .


To Writters of the MEMO,

For the very first time Klamenceau is addressing Dr. Agbormbai as "My dearest Doctor" simply because Dr. Agbormbai appreciated the suggestions that they made in their memo that has completely nothing NEW to offer.

They are always the same: Criticize them and their master or support those who do this, and you are a CPDM sponsored agent. But when you praise them or their master, they can even eat your shit. It is not surprising that Dr. Agbormbai can immediately become "My dearest Doctor" only after he appreciates what Klamenceau and others have suggested. This is hypocrasy of the first order, and thank God, Doctor Agbormbai will never be flattered with such "lost but found" cheap way of reeasoning. We know them and their mentality too well. This is the very Klamenceau who has been calling Dr. Agbormbai all names (stooge ..., etc) simply because he either refused to buy their ideas or support their opponents.

Writers of the Memo are even jubilating and reminding readers of those who did this and that on the memo as if it is any news. Is it the first time that memos have been written to the Ni John Fru Ndi faction of the SDF? Militants of the SDF section in Britain have since written a very powerful memo which only ended up in the toilet of Ni John Fru Ndi. And believe me, the "collection of pieces" that Klamenceau and co. have "transmitted" to Bamenda is nothing new to the Bamenda SDF hierarchy. They are writing to people who are fully aware that they are squeezing the SDF for their selfish gains.

I want to assure the writers of the memo that their energy, time, apparent talent at assembling what others have since written, and their money are in vain. They can not make stones to reason the way we do! They shall bore no fruits; it will finally come out to be a complete waste. Instead, it will make Ni John Fru Ndi, Mbah Ndam, Yoyo, etc. to be very suspicious of their memo. How do they expect a man who has completely refused to learn to even read what they have written? I have people attending the Bamenda convention and I wait to hear if the memo will be discussed at the Bamenda convention and if the names of the writers will be mentioned during the convention.

Ni John Fru Ndi is a man who has an open hatred for ittelectuals, who he accusses of trying to take his Chairmanship and his SDF. How can intellectuals living abroad be expecting Ni John Fru Ndi to trust the memo they write? Ni John Fru Ndi is a leader who seems to present intellectuals as trouble-makers but at the same time fighting for his son (Cornelius) to be the Doctor he is today. Are his only good intellectuals those in his family or those who have decided to go low and be his yes men?

By the way, who tells writters of the memo that the problems of the SDF can be solved through a memo? What have they written that we have not discussed in this forum? What have they written which is strange to Cameroonians? They think Ni John Fru Ndi, Mbah Ndam and others do not know that what they are doing is wrong? Why have the writers of the memo not asked NEC and Ni John Fru Ndi to respect constituted authorities like the courts? Why have they not asked Ni John Fru Ndi personally as the "SDF Family Head" to bring his "Children" on a table for meaningful discussions? Why have they not asked Ni John Fru Ndi to put away pride and arrogance for the general interest of the SDF? Why have they not asked Ni John Fru Ndi not to be mixing his private and family life (e.g., the death of his wife) and SDF matters? Why have the writters of the memo not personally asked Ni John Fru Ndi to come out clear when there is doubt? Why have the writters of the memo not questioned the unfair representation of SDF officials? Why have the writters of the memo not personally asked Ni John Fru Ndi why a judiciary enquiry was never opened when Mr. Makoge F. from Buea was murdered in cold blood in his compound during a celebration he organized and hosted? Why have the writters not asked Ni John Fru Ndi to explain the dark financial deals existing between he and president Paul Biya?

When I read that people were preparing a proposal for Bamenda, I thought they were going to assemble all the pertinent points that readers have been posting here. Instead, they concentrated on things that can be added or subtracted from the constitution. They fail to understand that the convention can adopt excellent rules and put them into the SDF constitution, but that officials will never apply them. We are concerned with the application of what is in the constitution and not only whether this or that is in it. When Ni John Fru Ndi and his NEC were ruling after the expiry of their mandate and without permission from the convention, did they not know that they were doing the wrong thing? When Ni John Fru Ndi and Maitre Mbami in Douala refuse to make public SDF finacial statements, don't they know that they are doing the wrong thing? When Ni John Fru Ndi single handedly pick his relatives and friends and make them members of his version of NAC, does he know that he was doing the wrong thing? When Ni John Fru Ndi was elected chairman of NAC, was he not aware that it was contrary to the SDF constitution? When Ni John Fru Ndi and his version of NEC dismissed the Central provincial chairman and replaced him with their man - working in "Biya's Army" -, did they not know that they were violating the constitution?

We can not use papers - call them memos - to hold accountable those leaders who govern with bad faith. Northerners, South Westerners, North Westerners, Anglophones have failed in their attempts at using memos to make President Paul Biya reason. Even if the education of Ni John Fru Ndi is a problem in his understanding some of the basic tenets of leadership and administration, is he not sorrounded by people like Mbah Ndam, Sama, Professor Nkwi, who can actually open his head and put sense in his brain? Do writters of the memo think they have suggested anything new that these educated people do not know?

Let the writters of the memo continue to throw golden rings to pigs. But if they think that this will make us fold our arms to see how Ni John Fru Ndi and his NEC will apply their suggestions, then they are making a very big mistake. The memo can not make us blind; it can not push us into slumber; it can not make us to allow vampires eat everything.

Our problem is the Leadership of the SDF and its dictatorial methods of governance. Our problem has never been the rules guiding the SDF, but how these rules are applied. The CPDM has one of the best constitutions on South of the Sahara, but is not applied corrected by the dictator Paul Biya. The progressive and modern faction of the CPDM has written tons of memos on this but nothing has happened.

As I have stated above, let the writters of the memo continue to use their seemingly precious time and energy to be throwing golden rings to pigs; let them continue to write tons of suggestions that will never be applied.



fru ndi is really an urgly man.When ever children who have grown in town see this man,they are very scared.
Is this the man you people are dreaming for him to be at Etoudi.God can never allow such things happen.
He,s too urgly.Look at the nose not to talk of the rest of his face.I know for the next two weeks i wouldn,t be able to sleep b/c i,ve seen a demon(fru ndi)

Ndi O N

Dr AA,
Your appearance could be perceived from your statement above. Could you please take some time to consider your ways.
---Lord have mercy. Let the departed rest in peace.



Stop!stop! talking bush shit,Which SDO are talking of,am i not in the yaounde convention venue,you supporters of dictator Fru ndi are now smelling rat.
You ordered broadday light murder,most fru ndi's followers be the ones to kill,why do you think we are hear in yaounde,we disagree with fru ndi but we are moving on to give the sdf the best of alternatives,you think we can not go to bamenda and forment trouble,no,not at all we are reasonable people, we don't live like animals and know how to look for solutions to problems we don't take the laws into our hands.

By the time the mass arrest is complete,we shall see those who will be in jail,the fon of balikumbat will soon have friends in jail watch,i hear people in bamenda are disassociating themselve from the murderers

Having Mini break.


Legima Doh (LD)

By Chief SML Endeley (Retired Chief Justice)
In the English -speaking part of Cameroon between independence and reunification,the administration provided education, health, order and the political atmosphere was liberal. The young administration was moving well. Before reunification, the people felt divided in the two separate administrations of Cameroon that had been one under the Germans. For example, we had two stars on our national flag. I wonder why Britain who defeated the Germans in the First World War did not get all of Cameroon. In the 1972 referendum, we were certainly coming back to what we were under the Germans — that is oneness. Cameroonians longed to live more closely with their brothers as justified by the referendum results. That was natural.

By Nfor N. Nfor (National Vice Chairman, SCNC)
Southern Cameroons is a different and distinct nation. With its own international boundaries defined by international treaties, it is not an integral part of La Republique du Cameroun. Southern Cameroonians are Not citizens of La Republique du Cameroun. They are by culture, history and international law citizens of SOUTHERN CAMEROONS. They are not français Camerounais.

But on May 20, 1972 President Ahmadou Ahidjo by Presidential decree annexed Southern Cameroons (West Cameroon), abolished the federation, divided Southern Cameroons into two provinces of his country and appointed francophone governors (proconsuls) to rule in Buea and Bamenda.

The declarations by Chief Endeley and Ngala Nfor are really what the "Anglophone problem" is all about; the inability of Anglophone Cameroonians to agree on what their problem is, and then searching for an acceptable solution to their people.

This is a characteristic that is unique to the people of Southern Cameroons - even when "black legs" were collaborating with the Apartheid regimes in South Africa and Rhodesia, or with the Indonesian regime in Eas Timor, there was at least that universal acknowledgement that the problem was racial discrimination and colonization.

In Cameroon, however, the Anglophones are not able to define their problem - hence Endeley and Nfor speaking past each other and describing two totally opposing realities. So which is fact and which is fiction - and, can that "elusive middle ground" ever be found????

It will be easy to simply brandish one (Endeley) a "traitor" or the other (nfor)a "radical secessionist" (depending on where one stands on this issue). But that will be a simplistic reaction to a real problem.

In my opinion, until this dichotomy within the Anglophone community is resolved, the second-class citizen status of Southern Cameroonians will continue. The problem is really less about La Republique or La France. it is about our divisions and antagonisms that cripple us. United we stand, but divided ... we are easy prey to the Francophone ruling elite and majority...

I noticed that some of our commentators who woefully identify and stand on the truth about the plight of our fatherland made no comments as regards the bedlam in the SDF.My fellows,the controversy in the above statements from Endeley and Nfor as Ngosso Din put is,is the true nature of the plight of our beloved country.We are really derailing from the ultimate course of our plight and the most legitimate and unequivocal solution of it.It is sad to realise what the SDF is degenerating to as days go by.Tell me how the oppressive regime feels when such devilish intentions they so cultivate are yielding fruits in our motherland through the SDF.We hear of factions,we hear of battles,we hear even of killing.The SDF has therefore resulted in divide and enmity amongst our brethen.Where are we heading to with such calamities?Why are we abandoning the true course of our liberation?The time,intellectual and financial effort y'all are putting on the SDF would go a long way and with a multiplier effect to surge our quest towards independence and total sovereignty should the effort be metted on the SCNC.
Had all of us been united to fight for our independence rather than working with the SDF to attain the unattainable as far as a regime,the La republique du Cameroon is concerned we would be somewhere further the ladder of achievement of total liberation.
I call on focused and wise commentators viz Rexon,Watesih,Washow,Molaba,Tayong,Samleyin,Charles Forkwa,Akoson,Ma Mary,Klemenceau,Ben B,Fritzane and a host of others to corroborate this course by a continuum of efforts and attempts at x.raying and explicating the nitty gritty of the legitimacy of the plight of our nation and the ultimate and definitive solution of it which to my humble opinion sagacity sees it irrevocably linked to the SCNC and not the SDF.With the SDF involvement in LRC party politics we are getting divided but with the SCNC we get united in a unique course.
May God give us the strength not to deviate from our course and to remain loyal and steadfast until the heyday is come.
Legima Doh,
Southern Cameroonian Fraternal,

Fon Lawrence

"You better stop attaching the title DR. to your name because I can't see your importance in this forum. You always hide behind only to come in and chip two lines and disappear.


Readers can see from the above statement that "my dearest DR." was used to mock or ridicle.


I call upon any one who said I called Dr. A.A. Agbormbai to read well before writes. Or maybe the person read but didn't understand what I wrote before commenting. Hatred and confusion has rendered some of us blind in this forum. All they know is to talk against Fru Ndi.
Please read well before you comment. This clearly shows that you write fiction and imagination. Hatred has blinded you so much so that spelling Klemenceau is above you or you deliberately didn't want to spell it correctly; you evil soul.


Thank you Fon Lawrence. I hope those who bring light here have shortage of fuel and can't see or read well.


I call upon any one who said I called Dr. A.A. Agbormbai "My Dearest" to read well before he writes.


we dont want kids on this forum. kids should go and kick football and make recitations. even if u are lazy kid u can do wrestling(palapala), sell cold water , etc. dont tamper where adults are with horribly foolish ideas. if i knew your parents i would have sent them a mail to that effect. lazy boy with foolish ideas. who told u a good leader is a handsome man?


Stop kidding! You're not in Y'de and there's no gathering in the name an SDF convention in Y'de. Where then are you guys having your convention? I know we will read in the papers that MUNA & ZAMBOUE have been elected chairman & SG respectively. Why not tell your mentors to form their own party?

You guys have tried in vain to divide the SDF. The SDF is bigger than your likes! I hope you will now reflect and contemplate on your way forward. You guys aren't oblige to cling to the SDF. The world is in B'da and if you can't be there, stay quietly wherever you are!


convention holding in Yaounde in the circumstances.
The Gov't says it has banned it so those insisting will be held responsible ofr the death and injured. Other sources say two are dead already.
See what Muna Yaounde death confirmed and pictures on National TV.
nohas done. Human life is so precious to be lost in a wild adventure like this Muna and Ngwasiri thing.
All delegates matched past in Bamenda. They are from all provinces, over 30 diplomatic missions represented,
the ANC, and several socialists parties the world over.
The ambiance in Bamenda is total. As I told you, Muna had his last fight on monday. Today is his burial.
reports from CRTV indicate that all Hotels in Bamenda and environs are full with more and more people sranded for want of accomodation


Why does Ni JF don't want anybody to challenge him. Does he not have confident in him. Biya is far better than John. He aleast allow people to measure up with him before throwing them out. John is a blind leader with a very bad idologies and a heap of blind bats as supporters. Sometime i wonder why these grafi people behave like sheep goat. When sheep goat are moving you cross a stick on their way, and the first one come and jump, remove the stick and you will notice all of them will came and jump on that spot. Fru Ni have suddenly become a blind politican and all his followers have choosen to stay blind. I pray one day one sdf member shall lead sdf out of this blindness. No one even want to know if he dinned with cpdm. Open your eyes. Any member with an open eye is a target.



Last time I said in this forum that the problems in the SDF are the machinations of a few power hungry and blood thirsty morones who have played into the hands of the M'vomka DEITY. No matter how much we scream out our lungs in this forum the SDF is gone; change is gone; democracy is gone and the ranks of the presidential majority are swelling.

Today, agents from France have come with their evil plots and their plans have been hatched. The question I want to ask is WHAT NEXT? Where do we go from here?

The time has come for us to re-asses our position on the ANGLOPHONE PROBLEM and take a stand on a national problem. LAPIRO DE MBANGA once said "erreur for mboutman na damey for ndose". As SOUTHERN CAMEROONIANS, our fore fathers made a fatal error which the rulers of LA REPUBLIQUE du Cameroun exploited to their advantage. In 1972 they divided our country into new colonial regiments called provinces. Today the CPDM oligarcy has fostered that division stressing tribalism and the NORTH WEST-SOUTH WEST DIVIDE.

Now that the SDF is set on the road to moribund, our only hope is the SCYL and its call for the liberation of the SOUTHERN CAMEROONS. Join the progressive forces. Shun the forces of evil, shun the black legs that grant legitimacy to the occupation of our father land. THE TIME IS NOW. DON'T WAIT.



Atangha ,
We are closely following up things.Keep your ear to the ground as things unfold and don`t be distracted by somebody like Agbormbai,who do not even know what happened to the SCB bank as recent as 1989.The best thing he knows is to chip in a line or two ,in order to make himself heard.He knows nothing about the situation in Cameroon.Klemenceau makes a pun
and derogatorily refers to him as 'My dearest Dr.',another blind bard jumps out from his hiding place and starts seeking for notice that the yesman Agbormbai,who has now refused to continue sending motions of support to him,has been refered to as an angle.Pitiful! I think we are not dealing here with refugees ,who would not even have the privilege of reading.
If you are from a family that eliminates Cameroonians,how will you appreciate the efforts of others.To this venerated gossip on this forum everybody looks like an animal.


Dr AA,

I see in you a man desperate to divide the SDF and the Anglophones on the one hand, and on the other hand, to praise what i will describe as the "positives" of the Biya regime.

I dont see you making any comment against the Biya regime. But i see you have many things to discuss against Ni John Fru Ndi, the SCNC, anglophones etc. Are you paid for your intelligence in using choice of words to derail public opinion into believing that something good can come out of the Biya regime?

Wisdom can still be learnt. You need to understand and learn from wise commentators in this forum. We are all children of God and want a better life for all. If your intention is to fight for the good of the common man, helas, you have to learn what to do to contribute to their personal development.


This is absolutely terrible. I can't believe the problems in the SDF party has descended ot this barbaric level. what's wrong with this people? do they think fighting with each other or even perpetuating the ultimate crime against each other serves any purpose? I am urging my fellow paysans to detach themselves from the shackles of these mafias in the name of SDF and join another political party (CPDM LDP UCP UNDP CDU etc). How can a group of theives who cannot even manage their own house, bickering amongst each; wants to run a country? They are just a bunch of absolute jokers. In the beginning their intentions were quite good and honourable but events over the past few years have proved to us that our country escaped a close shave. Imagine this bunch of lunatics running our beloveth country with all this power struggle going on within their ranks? the country would've been in choas by now. I am sure bagdad preferred place for picnic compared to what our country would have looked like. My fellow comrades, SDF is a spent force and they have shown us all their colours and their unwillingness to solve basic problems with so much in fighting that would have made ceaser ashamed even in roman times reveal to us their selfish, egotistic and power hungry losers they are . Therefore i am proposing we abandon this dubious good for nothing disingenious individuals hell bend on spoiling our country.


MBU: please just elaborate me the latest 411 about the sdf saga, its real unfortunate we can`t talk on phone

EPITIME: there were agitations at the hotel prestige where the delegates where lodged and also at the palais de congress.thugs were sent from b'da to stop/disrupt the y'de convention and so during this upheavals,about 30 really wounded and 1 dead already!

EPITIME: the problem is
EPITIME: fru ndi has dragged the party to a standstill,sdf is not an opposition to reckon with not anymore

MBU:man just dish me the stories

EPITIME: so the y'de pple are tired of this tyranny and fru ndi's not accepting to step down or see things the other way,so they want to form their own which would join in the highly awaited paul biya's new government,you know this time,if u want to make it,look unto the government

EPITIME: sdf has failed and the cpdm now gives money for them to continue to split up!

MBU: i am here. i hear u seriously

EPITIME: u see there is a problem,pple are running away from this party esp those not close to fru ndi,bc fru gets money from the gov't and pretends to stay as an oppsition party whilst others suffer in the name,thus some of the yaoundians prefer to share a table with the cpdm like the undp and upc are doing to continue enjoying the booty,for these days wasting time fails us...hahaha

EPITIME: are u really serious abt this news, i can see the way u frown as u concerntrate to read it!

MBU: no joke ride oo

EPITIME: i see!

MBU: i mean it

EPITIME: yes,they are really blind supporters,there is no opposition in pays not at all...all them na langer people,if fru ndi had stepped down for a more qualified and charismatic person like the munas then we`ll probably see changes coming. but" old pple same dance" which of them no di want secure ii belle>?


Yes only Fon Lawrence, Klemenceau, Watesih, Akoson, Atangha and gang are authorised to comment on other's reaction on this forum. You must be out of your minds. I don't have time to waste brainstorming here coz people like the afore-mentioned will never learn. LIke one writer mentioned earlier, praise them and you will become a darling, dare criticize them and your pseudonym will appear on their breakfast, lunch and super tables. To them reading and learning from didactic articles without making a contribution is shying away. I have made my stance clear on this forum and nothing will move me. Fon and his gang can call me names. That is their cup of kwacha.

Baye Francis

Fru Ndi muist be tried. He has caused these casualty. I have not seen a man so hungry for power than Paul Biya. Yesterday Fru Ndi said, "Biya must go... Biya must this how you were to rull Cameroon. Divide and conquire? When is pa going to go? Na which cana trouble be this people!


Na shame di make you! You no know weti for tok and how for tok!You are a consumer,so you better stop pronouncing our names also and only read what we write.Don`t try to behave as if we don`t have eyes to read what others write.If you are not sure of your self,you beter shut up!

Baye Francis

Fru Ndi must be tried like Fon Doh. He has caused these casualties in Yaounde. I have not seen a man this hungry for power than Paul Biya. Fru Ndi must know that abuse of power wears out power and abuse of force reduces the abuser into spent force. Yesterday Fru Ndi said, "Biya must go... Biya must this how you want to govern Cameroon? Divide and conquire? When is pa John going to go? Na which cana trouble be this people!

Ambe Johnson


Un mort dans des heurts entre membres du parti d'opposition SDF

CAMEROUN - 26 mai 2006 - par AFP

De nouveaux heurts ont opposé vendredi matin à Yaoundé des militants des deux factions rivales du principal parti de l'opposition camerounaise, le Social Democratic Front (SDF), faisant un mort et une trentaine de blessés.

Le corps sans vie du secrétaire administratif du SDF pour la province de Yaoundé, Grégoire Diboulé, gisait en milieu de matinée sur la chaussée, non loin du siège de ce parti dans la capitale camerounaise.

"Le bilan à l'heure actuelle est d'un mort, de cinq blessés graves et vingt-cinq blessés légers", a déclaré un officier de gendarmerie.

"Nous avons été alertés vers cinq heures du matin et sommes arrivés ici lorsque M. Diboulé était déjà tué et que de nombreux blessés gisaient ici et là", a affirmé un gendarme présent sur les lieux, où étaient déployées les forces de l'ordre.

"Plusieurs de nos partisans étaient à notre siège en prélude au congrès du parti que nous préparions pour ce matin lorsque des assaillants (...) ont fait irruption avec des gourdins et des machettes pour saccager le siège du parti et agresser tout le monde", a déclaré Pascal Zamboué, un partisant de la mouvance "dissidente" du SDF menée par le député Clément Ngwasiri.

Il a accusé l'aile dirigée par le président-fondateur du parti John Fru Ndi d'être à l'origine de cette attaque.

Deux factions rivales s'opposent depuis plusieurs mois au sein du SDF.


Mbu B,

the manipulations was not very perfect. You coul have done better. By the way do u think children are actually the ones reading in this forum. Go do that to Bangwaman and he will surely fall into you. who cares about this transmission of manipulated and distorted information. Small ramblers struggling to attain puberty everywhere! Atangha is at the source. he gives us what we want when we need 'em.

Dr AA ( Arrey Ashu) Agbormbai

You are cold blooded and surely you can kill in cold blood. Did you sell your soul to the devil? I can't even write very well as of now becuase I keep thinking and feeling for those poor lambs that Muna has drawn to the slaughter house in cold blood just like you can do, yet, you take that freaky position and got the guts to run your mouth. You are not a man I swear and I will not be afraid to tell you that you are not worth talking to. You are an alien in cold blood.At least when it comes to people being killed, we should stop pretending. But honestly you ain't pretending. You can be a sniper and a perfect one. Blood is thicker than water. Truly, you simple stare will scare the kids immediately. We will never acknowlege your credence to the memo. keep it for you self mr cold blood.


Did you read what you wrote. Please take a second reading over that and if it makes some sense to you then please help me out. Tayong it was a good advice in trying to keep the kids off this forum. Eyong is just one of them.

God forgive the faithfully departed and accept them into your kingdom. Hold Muna responsible for all what is going on. We never and had never wished dead on anybody. If anything should happen to Prof Ngwasiri as well, Muna you will pay equally. Ben B tell you mentor though it may be too late.



The fact that you are NOW doing everything to avoid my write ups and my name speaks for itself. I am not a coward.

I advised you not to behave like a fool and an illiterate. If you had a different meaning for your dearest Dr. Agbormbai, then you should have written it in quotation form. He is a Doctor, and writing it the way you did gave the exact meaning it deserves. If you had a different meaning in mind, you should have written it as "My dearest Dr. Agbormbai". It is only then that readers could be doubting what you had in mind.

I think some of you use this forum only to demonstrate your very low mastery of the English language and its usage. Now that I have got your real names, I may be forced into telling you who you are. Before, I was reluctant responding to someone hidding behind the name Klamenceau. Stop defending something you do not fully understand. Or you think that the rubbish you people have gathered in the name of a memo adds any credit to your ability to think or reason?

You people must have realized that I am not the misfit you people were struggling to present to readers. Do not think that you can avoid me while attacking others. If you do, then I will intervene.

I want to tell you that your level of reasoning is very very low, and that explains why you always call on others to assist you in your childish arguments.Comparing what you write here with what others write, expose you as a semi-illiterate. I insist!


Fon  Lawrence

Before you surfaced on this forum,there was one guy here like you called Michael.He finally disappeared. Ask and they will tell you how this guy used to behave here.

If you have come here to fight a war with us,then sorry,you better rethink.I will like to advise you as an elder brother not to engage in a war that, is very certain it will end with your head. As a young man,it is very important to always think positvely.Do not develop hatred even for people that you don´t know them.

what we should try to do on this forum,is to read each others contribution and make comments like; Watesih,what if we reason like....... After all,what is our gold? Don´t we have a common gold? that which is to improve the present politcal situation of our country.
Young man,please think positvely for your own interest.


Ni John offside?

Atem no vex. I'm from the old school. You people have changed the offside rule? And does that change the fact that the Number 9 or any player at all shouldn't keep the ball too long?

I insist the Number 9 (Ni John) must score quickly (grab power and he's failed to do so) or else, let him pass the ball (quit party helm or allow others a fair chance to compete with him) not to cause teammates to go offside as we see Mbah Ndam, Yoyo, Kwemo et al have gone offside after waiting for too long for the ball to score (take government posts).

And if you play football (I played in the old school and still watch it with a technical eye) you'll notice that if the Number 9 fails to score and keeps the ball, standing on the spot behind the opponent's defence, he is offside even if he has the ball. Ni John has been on the spot too long.

You want to argue? Well, that's not the issue now. You know what's on the ground now and we are all very worried. I've been weeping. Akoson pray for me. Pray for the party but also pray for me.


Fon  Lawrence

Please don´t respond,he is doing everything to engage you.The sanction we have given him is the best and I can see the effect,



You think some are like you who say x when in essence they mean y,tomorrow i will be meeting you,like your friend Fon Lawrence that i called in germany he has never returned my call.

Now that senior officials within the sdf has taken the laws into their hands let watch out how this end,i put my mouth were my head is.

I will tell you were we can meet since you are one of the Thomases.




Brother look stop talking ignorantly. Realise that Fru Ndi even pleaded for Njamen's candidature to be restored but others in the committee refused that if done so in future others will take it as an example to do same.
I am niether a militant or have sympathy of any course apart of the SCNC's course to gain back our liberty.
Why not ask yourself this question why Mr. Djamen did not enquire if his application submitted since Oct. 2005 has reached the headquaters? Why should he wait such a long period just to come in the dieing hours to realise it hasnt been submitted to the committee?

Hey brothers and sisters open your eyes there is a game being played here.

SCNC is the only solution to our problem. Period.


Michael might have been joking. I mean business. I belong to other egroups where great activists including Ambazonia chief communicators could not contain me so what I am doing here is not new. And mark you with egroups we use real contact infos and not pseudonyms so do not think I am afraid of loosing my head if that is the price to pay for unmasking culprits. I have what it takes to carry on if you do not offer the olive branch.

What do you have to say concerning the atrocities your group is causing? You want me to come and waste my precious time with unreasonable assholes like you. Good for nothing elders.


Do you still have that clown's number(Fon Lawrence)? Send it to me let me give him a ring and put some sense into that his empty head. He probably could not have English language at Ordinary Level and found himself in Germany. UNIBU and other prestigious English and American universities must have rejected this 'half-book'.



Please please lets top all this abuses and try to look forward on how to free our motherland Ambasonia and stop fighting ourselves.

Please please please Im begging all brothers and sisters to try to inculcate to other well minded Southern Cameroonians who have not yet realised we are suffering rather than sending abuses.

SCNC or any other forces fighting for our freedom should be adheld to.

Thats my plea here. Please change your ways even if you are being insulted.

Aluta continua, Victoria Arcertia.



Dear All,

The Solution to the Southern Cameroonian Problem can only be provided by our beloved SCNC.

Mr Biya and his gang of criminals of the SDF are winning from all fronts. I hope now that the SDF is completely destroyed, this party fanatics in this forum will realise that their true future lies with the SCNC.

Long Live the SCNC.

Fon  Lawrence

Vally of England,
You never gave me your number,how did you expect me to call you.

Apologize for insulting your elder brother and I will give you my number.My students will be very angry to read what you have written against me

Fon  Lawrence

Vally of England,
You never gave me your number,how did you expect me to call you.

Apologize for insulting your elder brother and I will give you my number.My students will be very angry to read what you have written against me


Fon Lawrence,
You are the one to apologize for backing murderers, a power hungry demi-god and his gang. You must be ashamed of yourself right now. Might be you are saying they have disgraced you. NO WAY! They have just done what they know how to do best. You know the truth and know where true democracy can come from. Repent and we will admit you into the new SDF. The old SDF with its usual characteristics is dead. Long live your chairman for life and his atrocities.


I have been called to order here before and I respected the call but some thugs thought they could intimidate me. That is why I announced my come-back and they have been feeling me since I started spitting fire. At least they now know I have something I am good at.


Dear comrades,

To further prove that the Southern Cameroon does NOT belong to Central africa has been released when all the newly printed coins (1fr, 2frs, 3frs, 5frs, 25frs, 50frs, 100frs etc) has no ENGLISH word inscribed on them.
I have all the samples posted to me here.

Let's leave this SDF issue and join the SCNC ideas.

So Mukete and Dr. A.A Argbornbai etc you all will believe that we dont belong to to the East Cameroon talkless of the whole Central Africa.

SCNC fight for us.

Aluta continua, Victoria Arcetia



Just got a sim card, my number will be functional tomorrow, 6529377.(cameroon number)
Thomas,the 'see before ye beleive',call me tomorrow lets make a rendez-vous and meet.Let me inform you of the yaounde convention.




I don't have Fon Lawrence number with me here in cameroon.Will give when i retured next week.


Fon  Lawrence

I can now confortably draw a conclusion about you.I now take you for your words.Keep on!!!!!

Fon  Lawrence

Don´t give my number to an obstinate kid like Teribobs,I don´t have time to waste.I have always smiled over his presumptuous writing, thinking that he will soon realise himself and come to order;but amazingly,a rat is declaring war to fight a cat!!!


I don`t need anything to favour any body or write a high sounding but unfortunately useless memo.
A potential voter just like you was expressing his thoughts, he may not grace his philosophy like you, but they are his.
This only goes to show what some ordinary, averagely reasonable people in Cameroon presently turn to believe about the SDF. That`s why I had it transposed here. It tells us, thugs have better to do, sensitizing.If I had to distort anything it would sound like another useless memo.
By the way,how old are you or what makes you more mature than others?..Is it by abusing others,your disproportionately unflinching support,addressing a memo destined for the trash can or writing better English. Am still yet to see the difference you demonstrate.
You guys lack only the "ninja wears" of Hamas to begin your suicide missions everywhere in Cameroon and abroad.
Vicarious liability holds a master partly responsible for the acts of his servant.
Keep scaring people, but try not to scare everybody, it won`t work out well even for you.


Dull tok tok,You no know weti for write and you no know how for write!
You good for weti? Kosh people? Dull thing!



Thank you for your compliment.However, be reminded that the memo had a target-the Bamenda convention. If you were to print that document and forward it to those political eunochs or call them monsters in Yaounde that would be piracy.The so-called sdf gathering in Yaounde if at all there is any is not recognised by any of us.Nonetheless,as a doctor instead of throwing meaningless phrases left and right you and your mentor mukete are in a comfortable position to suggest to these political lunatics and convicts.This forum to some of you has been established to display hatred and childishness.To many of us it is an opportunity to take Cameroon forward. .We do not only cricise constructively but we proposed.That is our own little way of building the fatherland.Permit me also point out that we will not hesitate to suggest even to the cpdm anything good idea that will take Cameroon forward.Preaching the sermon of hatred and division is not our mission.I wonder why a nonentity like Mukete should think he can bully us into submission.Who is he? The group he is trying to target is a rock. We know and believe in what we stand for.There are some idiots on the forum who are out to discuss individuals.That is their right.To them this forum is about Fru Ndi.But is that its purpose? Far from that.Does it make any sense when someone sits in his room and posts more than a thousand and one articles insulting a political leader? This is absolute nonsense.I have the conviction that in a forum like this little minds should learn from great minds.Can you Agbormbai raise your finger and hit your chest that you are of any help to this forum? When someone of your calibre allows himself to be swallowed by a madman are you any differenct? When shall all this cowardness end? We were not prophuets when we told you guys there would be no convention in Yaounde.Being so short sighted and naive your group championed by Mukete fiction refused to reason with reality.Instead you guys dispatched Vally of England as special envoy with a sattelite laptop to Yaounde.Can you ask him why he is now reporting from beer parlours?If some of you are here as clowns that is your business.We are not in that group.


The said Vally doesn`t even tell readers about the programme his Yaounde convention has reserved for people ,but is still excited with turning on his telephone and using a satellite laptop.This is somebody who promised Ngwasiri and his thugs a chicken feed of 500,000frs.When he reached Cameroon,he kept telling us that he was already at the conference centre ,whereas we know there was nobody there.He even went to the level of trying to hand Fon Lawrence`s telephone number to a terrorist,who wanted it to feed fat his ancient grudge that he bares this smart Cameroonian.
When i told you Ngwasiri is a slippery maggot and will one day tell Cameroonians that only the mad Muna and Zamboue were responsible for the disorder,people thought i was joking.He is just feigning illness,
and wants Muna and zamboue to also soil themselves further.
Kgnanjo,don`t worry about Mukete.He has seen what it means to play with the lives of all the Cameroonians the SDf is defending.He was literally mad when he read the Memo we wrote and as befitting a satanic entity,he came out against it.This memo was a blow to him,because it did not only show him as somebody who is resolutely out to destroy Fru Ndi and the SDf,but as somebody who has nothing good to offer.
As for bullying us into submission,they know very well that it will just be like hoping against hope.Just listen to their names;agbormbai,mukete,vally,fritzane,momo,
and the dullest of all teribobs.They are people who behave like ackward overgrown youths,and will immediately go into hiding when the going gets tough.When they learn of something like the murder yesterday,they jump out yelling,forgetting that this has been caused by Zamboue ,a fool that will think for a moment that the Secretariat of a big party like the SDf can be tampered with by thugs like himself.Let the money Muna got from the French serve them to build their own secretariat.When a mad man like Zamboue declare war on the militants of the most popular opposition party in Cameroon,what does he expect?Why did Zamboue keep away from the secretariat? Its because he knew he had caused enough trouble and was expecting the worst.Mukete should now see how Zamboue and Muna brought Djiboue to his waterloo.
The convention in Bamenda is going on peacefully.We had told all the gossips,
ushers,and Cpdm hitmen on this forum that they were only going to have their eyes to cry.That is what they are doing today.No amount of yelling will stop Fru Ndi from leading the SDF to face the challenges of the future.There shall always be Agbormbais cut off from reality in Cameroon.There shall always be muketes ,scared to make mention of the name of the butcher of Kumba.


I will not go as far as claiming you guys are just like propagators and instigators of trouble in the SDF so you should know what you stand for than sounding loud noise and trumpet of doom without a long lasting solution to the issue atstake.Supporting and not giving proposals can never slove this delemma in the party.

I am happy you guys talk of ".......Reconciliation: Dissenting voices in the SDF need not call for Article 8.2 sanctions all the time. The SDF should seek for reconciliation with its expelled members who show remorse and are willing to re-commit themselves to the aspirations and doctrine of the party"

We have been preaching that no force of power or that power of force will solve this SDF stalematre than reconciliation.Take it or leave it.Also I was happy that you made mention of the place of "Founding Fathers" in the party.If Ni John can be at loggerheads with his closest collaborators then how can he survive the rash of upheavals from within the party?I bet you we are all knowledgable to see for ourselves that leadership is not rulership.These are two different phenomena which Fru lacks and doesn't want to recongnise.

'Power to the people'

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong



...I condemn the dead of Gregoire Diboule with all my strength. It was barbaric, inhuman and criminal;
...This act, I strongly believe, was perpetrated by frustrated SDF militants (NOT MASTERMINDED BY ANY BIGWIG) who couldn't fold their arms and watch the baby they all laboured for be split by some "belly politicians" and selfish persons;
...However, may his soul rest in perfect peace...

...Out of the main subject but in the ISSUES, note that Fru Ndi even pleaded with NEC members to grant the candidacy of Djamen but it was overlooked.
...An advocate for democracy, MUKETE plans to kill the think factory(Klamenceau, Fon Lawrence, Watesih, Akoson, Aaaron Nyangkwe, Knganjo, Ndi O. , Murena Rennee, etc,) by enlisting them into his "black book" for speaking the truth. What an irony!!! These guys will be sent to exile should this "social democrat" becomes president. Primitive politician!

My Dearest Cameroonians Of Good Faith,

Before I make a comment on this sad incident I want you to note that the arguments in the SDF is almost similar to that between evolutionists and theists. I'll talk about this sometime in the future. But first begin thinking about it; Hitler and Stalin all held steadfast to the doctrine of evolution to eliminate the "unfit". Was this a good policy? I'll relate this to the present SDF imbroglio soonest.

To the issues. To me it's dull and unthinkable that Chairman Fru Ndi has got a hand in this shit. This is something we should never believe. I understand that his ENEMIES and detractors'll do everything humanly possible to frame up stories and say irresponsible things they cannot even back up(before the court of law), against his person in a bid to get this metador in Bamenda, the Conscience of Cameroon, unpopular. Because good and evil exists we shouldn't doubt what's happening. Ni John Fru Ndi has, since his political career condemned violence in all its entirety.

I do not adore people. I don't adore humans. I adore ONLY God. Everyone has got a mind to reason though some reasons of a school may be stronger than others. The fact that you reason harder than another person and that yours is founded upon more reasonable grounds doesn't contain ABSOLUTE truth as its the product of the human mind and not GOD. If any court of law finds anybody guilty, then let justice take its course. Again I don't adore people as EVIL men want people to believe.

I have never seen a leader in the whole wide world as unique as Fru Ndi. Note that Fru Ndi is not yet a leader but he only heads a political party. Let's just call him a leader. We all have eyes to see good qualities in a person. That's why Fon Lawrence doesn't bother to argue with an embecile like Samelyin cos he saw a bad personality in this guy. People with bad personalities don't govern well. The man, Ni John Fru Ndi has good personality and as of now, he remains the best candidate to tailor the affairs of the best party ever existed in African politics. Some like MUKETE THE EVIL MAN and an illiterate in disguise call him an "illiterate". I wonder how an "illiterate's" candidacy for the position of president could be granted in a country which has all sorts of intellectual giants especially in THEIR field of political science. I wonder how a body like MINEDUC, full of the best intellectuals could accept and still accept an "illiterate's" file for the post of president. What are the criteria that qualifies someone to become president in Cameroon? Does the man, Fru Ndi meet them? If I wasn't a christian I would ask God to curse the mouths of illiterates in this forum who dodn't even know how to use a dictionary to see what the MEANINGS of illiteracy really are. It wouldn't be superfluous for me to educate some of you on my personal findings of what the personality of Ni John Fru Ndi is. When you go through it, curse your reason if you fail to REASON well that accusing the man behind such FINE personality about the recent killings or many others is shear naivity.

There are some clear characteristics that are found in good leaders. These qualities can be developed or may be naturally part of their personality. Ni John Fru Ndi's got an exemplary character. It is of utmost importance that we trust him to lead us. A leader needs to be trusted and be known to live their life with honesty and integrity. A good leader “walks the talk” and in doing so earns the right to have responsibility for others. True authority is born from respect for the good character and trustworthiness of the person who leads. Fru Ndi has always had a good character and he openly denounces violence. Why do we label him with all such bad descriptions cos of hatred? We've got our consciences! I've got many other characteristics and proofs that Fru Ndi is a good leader. For the purpose of time and without much ado. I'd love to summarise them in point form.

1. A good leader is enthusiastic about their work or cause and also about their role as leader. Does Ni John Fru Ndi Lack this?People will respond more openly to a person of passion and dedication. Ni John is a source of inspiration, and is a motivator towards the required action or cause of the SDF which I could summarise as the PLIGHT OF THE COMMON MAN ON THE STREETS..."Power to the people". Although the responsibilities and roles of a leader may be different, the leader needs to be seen to be part of the team working towards the goal. How has Fru Ndi not worked towards that goal that we want him to step down and destory in one day the Rome he's been building for ages. I wish to tell VALLY OF ENGLAND that should Fru Ndi step down, then all his efforts in the past will be counter-productive. If it were you would you do this? Fru Ndi is a leader who'll not be afraid to roll up his sleeves and get dirty. He's the mostly seen politician in Africa by his people. He goes to the slums and ghetos. What has this man done? Why do we sit on our consciences?

2. Fru Ndi is a confident leader. In order to lead and set direction he has always apeared confident as a person and in the leadership role. He doesn't shy away and give in to coup plotters. By so doing he inspires confidence in others and draws out the trust and best efforts of the team to complete the task well. A leader who conveys confidence towards the proposed objective inspires the best effort from team members. We all know that there's a split cos of selfish interests. He is just like a mother hen who'll first protect her chickens when there's danger. He doesn't stagger in fear. He's confident. That's why he, Fru Ndi even pleaded with NEC members to grant the candidacy of Djamen but it was overlooked. This tells us that he's NOT the Almighty of the SDF and NOT a dictator. If I were a NEC member I would've constitutionally and intelligently denied Djamen since the contrary was unconstitutional and would've paved the way forward for similar things to happen in the future. Feel me! Fru Ndi ha always functioned in an orderly and purposeful manner in situations of uncertainty. That's why everyone has always looked upon him during times of uncertainty and unfamiliarity and found reassurance and security as he's always portrayed confidence and a positive demeanor.

3. Fru Ndi has always been are tolerant of ambiguity and remained calm, composed and steadfast to the main purpose. Storms, emotions, and crises have come and gone but he takes these as part of the journey and keeps a cool head. The more reason why everyone EVEN ME kept on urging him to run helter skelter to the media to deliver his story. No! He wouldn't. That's just him - a good leader. He doesn't panic. He's in control! He'll visit the media when the right time comes.

4. Ni John as well as keeping the main goal od the SDF in focus is able to think analytically. What has Fru Ndi not done for us to crucify his leadership qualities? Is it cos of selfish interests?

5. Fru Ndi is always committed to excellence. Second best never been in his dictionary as it doesn't lead to success. The Matador in Bamenda only maintains high standards, but also is proactive in raising the bar in order to achieve excellence in all areas.

Are these qualities we should all dismiss with a simple sigh? He needs our support. Let's forget about coup plotters and those who're only interested to join government...a government full of corruption, nepotism, laxity, marginalisation, subjurgation, wanton human rights abuse and other forms of white-collar criminality. Is this a government we clamour to join? Or we just want to be called minsiters? Oh belly politics?

Gentlemen, you've got your senses. Look at the situation and study the field then DRAW A LINE. I love you all...EVEN YOU MUKERE who wants to kill me by putting my name in the black list. This is someone who talks about democracy and freedom of speech, yet he puts names in black lists. Nonsense!

Don't go away!

Twisted-thinking forehead, SON OF AKO, London School Of Economics And Political Science.



Dear comrades,

"All dis tok tok no go helep we apart of the SCNC struggle"

To further prove that the Southern Cameroon does NOT belong to Central africa has been released when all the newly printed coins (1fr, 2frs, 3frs, 5frs, 25frs, 50frs, 100frs etc) has no ENGLISH word inscribed on them.
I have all the samples posted to me here.

Let's leave this SDF issue and join the SCNC ideas.

So Mukete and Dr. A.A Argbornbai etc you all will believe that we dont belong to to the East Cameroon talkless of the whole Central Africa.

SCNC fight for us.

Aluta continua, Victoria Arcetia


Dear comrades,

"All dis tok tok no go helep we apart of the SCNC struggle"

To further prove that the Southern Cameroon does NOT belong to Central africa has been released when all the newly printed coins (1fr, 2frs, 3frs, 5frs, 25frs, 50frs, 100frs etc) has no ENGLISH word inscribed on them.
I have all the samples posted to me here.

Let's leave this SDF issue and join the SCNC ideas.

So Mukete and Dr. A.A Argbornbai etc you all will believe that we dont belong to to the East Cameroon talkless of the whole Central Africa.

SCNC fight for us.

Aluta continua, Victoria Arcetia


Hey Massamoyo,

Do you want us concentrate on the SCNC issue solely cos some coins you have doesn't have English version insribed on it? Do we eat English? Your claims're lacking for us to concentrate on the SCNC now. You should rather change a tactic and write more sorrowfully to arrest the conscience of people in the house. Tell them in a convincing fashion like BenF that we've got to surrender every palavar and talk SCNC. Tell them that we are a people of a different cultural identity with different destiny...tell them more and not coins. I bet they'll certainly listen to you. You could meet Tayong, Rexon and the rest for more spices. Be sure NOT to forget consulting BenF to direct you on the writing style which will certainly cajole the reader.

Got me?

Stay blessed. I LOVE THE SCNC STRUGGLE. But the lobbying force of the leaders need much be desired.

Have a nice day.




Dear comrades,

"All dis tok tok no go helep we apart of the SCNC struggle"

To further prove that the Southern Cameroon does NOT belong to Central africa has been released when all the newly printed coins (1fr, 2frs, 3frs, 5frs, 25frs, 50frs, 100frs etc) has no ENGLISH word inscribed on them.
I have all the samples posted to me here.

Let's leave this SDF issue and join the SCNC ideas.

So Mukete and Dr. A.A Argbornbai etc you all will believe that we dont belong to to the East Cameroon talkless of the whole Central Africa.

SCNC fight for us.

Aluta continua, Victoria Arcetia



It puzzles me that you argue that we do not eat english, thus justifying the fact that the coins should rightly be printed without English inscriptions on it because it is merely used as a medium of exchange. It is a fact that it is merely a medium of exchange, but if you see every coin, there as an inclusion of the cultural heritage of the country where it is to be used. Thus, you cannot see a standard british coin in another language other than english (and or gaelic, welsh, etc). But it must be in English as that is the language that unifies the british. If our own coins does not have any english inscription, then it is not our coins. That goes one way to comfirm that we are not part of la republique francaise du cameroun which your SDF is linking us to.



My dear comrade thanks for the advice. In fact I have realised you are a new comer in this forum. If not you would have realised my many contributions since 2002/2003.
Others can testify to you based on your ignorance of how I do write here.
The English issue on the new coins is just a mile stone on the many issues I have been writing.

Any way thanks for thr criticism and I am glad you have declared your stance concerning the SCNC.

Aluta continua, Victoria Arcetia



1. to continue to slaves tp the cameroun republique
2 to vote for total and unconditional independence of their own country as there
had been before.





Please i am more than a noise maker,stop all the trash about vally.I requested your representative in cameroon Atangha to give me a call since i am in cameroon so you guys can beleive me,i have waited infront of politechique melen to no avail.

Watesih if we have to be sdf supporters and that of Fru ndi we must stand our grounds on our beleive,why say i am faking the yaounde convention, what for?grow up young man.I am tired of fru ndi's supporters for they are all clowns.


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