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Ndiks

This is just an intergral part of the struggle to elicit the obliteration of LRC in Ambazonia.Dismantle the thievery colonial SNEC installations.More grace to your elbows.The struggle against LRC needs to be strenghtened.Every Ambazonian should put hands on deck.The stakes are high.

John Akoh

The people of this proud village mendankwe have always supplied potable water to the people of Bamenda from time immemoral. This they did without asking for much. Is it so wrong for them to ask for the same quality of water that is sold to the other citizens of Bamenda? If the company that is responsible for the sale of water from MendaNkwe think the people of this village do not deserve clean water, they better think twice. The least they could do for the people of this village is to provide them with cheap potable water or provide it to those who can supply their equipment free. if they cannot do either of the two then they better start picking up their things and moving out of MendaNkwe. The people of this village have just about had enough abuse at the hands of the water company. Royalties are not being paid to the people of MendaNkwe, why should they continue to allow this oppressive water company to continue operation in their vlllage if all they ask is potable water and cannot get it. If the people have to take desperate means to achieve their goals then so be it. Remember that desperate people always go to desperate means to achieve what it is they want. Demonstrations being the chief means. More power to the peopel of MendaNkwe in your struggles towards gaining what is rightfully yours,"potable water".

Klemenceau

God has blessed Cameroon with water and other resources but the devil represented by the French colonial regime of Biya doesn't want Cameroonians to enjoy these God given resources.
I don't know what is wrong with this SNEC. Go to Mamfe, same story, Muyuka same, Buea same. In places where they manage to supply by rationing though, they want to crucify poor Cameroonians with bills.
Cameroonians use to enjoy clean and cheap water on regular basis before the arrival of this hell of a company called SNEC. I am sure the real name of this company is SNAKE not SNEC because it is really causing a lot of havoc to Cameroonians.
The people of Muyuka and other towns fought and succeeded and I call on the Mendankwe people to fight. If they are united, they will surely succeed.
Shalom
Klemenceau

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