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Who knows if this abandoned child isnt the messiah who will liberate the entire nation from the present socio-political quagmire the regime has subjected us to.God save our souls.

dango  tumma

stop blaming the regime. if all kumba decides to be free today
they all will be.


Kumba Girls !!!! what will you not do? Kill boys in hotels, still mobilphones and put in ur pants, its too nasty to start naming and it gives me nausea. Can you not buy a 100frs condom and use if u all have hot pants or need money so badly?. What will u tell this baby if she finally finds you as the mother?. Did she ask you to concieve her?. The most shocking thing is that one may be suprise to find that this girl's mother may even be one of those "born
agains" God come and save this country from perdition and shame.

Lum Chebe

its so sad getting such things from home. There is a lot to be fixed. Looking from lots of points made here, I think this baby most have been dumped by a teenage mother. Not only girls are to be blamed for such acts but what the society thinks as a whole. The birth rate in Cameroon is increasing as well as the death rate. There are more teenagers having sex now our days. The parents make it worst for them.
I think it is high time parents become friendly to their children, and also for all to reduce our sexual activities.

Fritzane Kiki Hong Kong

Kumba girls have been noted for all kinds of atrocities,fraud and malpractices within the social point of view.This is not the first time Kumba girls abandone babies.Just as the God-mother testifies this baby was lucky enough not to be dumped inside the toilet as is the case with many others.Sometimes I wonder with what rapture these ladies endure to carry a baby for 9months and later abandone them to no where.

If civil and criminal prosecution is not reinstated and forcefully enforced in matters like this one, then more and more prostitutes will contiune to go for unprotected and cheap sex, and not only carry more pregnancy and give birth to bastards sons,daughters,and ophans alike but also help spread the AIDS pandemic which has already become a cankerworm in the Cameroon.

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

william chambo

Dear Sister Giselle
I am proud of you and Uncle Vic. of what you have done. God bless you.

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