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Moukoko Priso,

I used to think that the man prof.T. Asonganyi,was not recognised by Fru ndi's sdf becaused of his short coming.That not true,he refused to join in the looth.

Truly,this guy is one of cameroon's well trusted politician.Those of us who followed his srewardship as SG of the sdf have been greatly impressed with the meticulous manner, he exposed the party internationally and was exposing the ills of the cpdm all the time.He knew his stuff,and can be trusted with responsibilities,he's honest.

You see good things don't hide,Prof. Asonganyi will be rightly accepted by any political party in cameroon except fru ndi's sdf.
If you join politics to enrich yourself cheaply,time will catch you.


magprince from copenhagen denmark

Cameroonians Cameroonians i greet u all to this forum. Hope we all know that as demaocracy bribrery, corruption,tribalism, and all sorts of ilpractices is to the CPDM, so should the fighting for position is to the SDF. I will love to see those die-hearted Cameroonians who will not only criticise but come out with substantial plan that will benenfit cameroonians. We lack everything we can't look into that but we we are there fighting a lose battle. If all this critics write and paste it on all various conners then i know they are doing something good, if not please all these wouldn't change our current situations. Pleople are saying if i was there like them then situation will change and i said thank God for they are not there bcos the little air we are taking will not be any more.
Cameroonians should see for themselves that politicians can't help us but our green revolution will do. To me all what need to change in favour of the country should be directed to the agricultural sector. This is the only sector in the country that can play a nice politics i.e politics in the stomach. Please we should mine our own politics and learnded coleagues should instead work for a better cameroon ratherthan this out-dated politicians. What lesson can we then draw from if truely SDF has a different faction? more will be

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