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Monday, 10 July 2006


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Who is this Ngolle Ngolle fellow talking to?...Cameroonians or some tweleve year olds. This same rubbish everyday. Well you can now open your mouth, a few days back you`d be no better than Gregoire Owona.
Thank you for taking one great rush of a day to buy fake legitimacy for Biya. But don`t you fool Cameroonians you are going there to talk about them.
What`s the importance of a CPDM central committee member or a CPDM resource person?
God help us!

Elvis South Africa

This is just the begin of confusion in the CPDM.How on earth could they be misunderstanding between Biya and Owona?In fact the almighty Owona of the CPDM who could say something today and Biya repeats thesame tomorrow.Believe me me in a very short time,the barons of the CPDM will exchange deplomatic blows to settle scores.

God must Intervene!


When did this ngole ngole of a man became a professor?I am sure the cpdm has given his as they have been distributing the title professor to party faithfuls.

Paul Biya this, Paul Biya that.The dreaming leader who does not know his country.

Any thing new to offer after 24 years?Give us our deserved break.Foolish idiots.


Donna,from Dubai

Its so terible whats going on now in the CPDM.i Dont think this should be news for any one of us,or for the nation.The CPDM,and all other parties in Cameroon all have stereotype policies,chair person never change,only death can change something within the parties.I thik they are just distracting people for nothing,24 years have gone by,we are worse off.


Keep on Ngolle Ngolle,its your turn but the light shall shine some day to show you your real self.CPDM has nothing to offer except mesery,thats what we know.


Keep on Ngolle Ngolle,its your turn but the light shall shine some day to show you your real self.CPDM has nothing to offer except mesery,thats what we know.


ngolle ngolle think again over the things you just said. Do you realize you are making a fool out of yourself? do you see how dirty some of you make politics to be?
."The party must be doing things in the right way. In the CPDM, power is seen as something that has a moral substance. When you are in power and managing people, you must show exemplary conduct,"
read this statement and judge for yourself whether you aren't a fool fooling yourself.


It is amazing what the 'politics of the stomack' has done and continues to do to the intellectual class in Cameroon. Credits must be given to Biya for being able to turn the likes of Ngole Ngole around his little finger the way he has. For 24 years at ehe helm of power in Cameroon all Biya can boast of is in the words of Ngole Ngole, binging 'multiparty politics to Cameroon, initiating partnership with the opposition that has made it possible for inter-party dialogue to reign.' Of course he could not have said any more because there is nothing to show except delapitaded stadiums, mismanaged state corporations, a crippled economy, heavy debts, no communication infrastructure, unbridled corrupt practices and the list goes on and on....

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