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Fon

Nobody can convince me that the decision to free Fon Doh was done without consulting Yaounde.

I think the solution to all this nonsense in Cameroon will be terrorism. When we start eliminating some of these persons who are a stumbling block to a society free of injustice, others will toe the line. It is the right time to start with this dog in the name of a judge who has set the murderer free.

Fritzane Kiki HK

Good news against scammers and misrepresentators in this forum.I guess it will help curb that tendency of writers to pliagarise and blackmail members.I guess things can go this way for the better.

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

Fritzane Kiki HK

Fon,
I don't believe in the idea of terrorism to come to Cameroon because of corruption.Than terrorism I go for the other option.However what matters is sensitisation of the future leaders about the impact of this injustice and how it ties with corruption.At one point we cannot seperate corruption from prostitution.The latter can currupt an individual but the former destroys the nation.

The release of Fon Ndoh is an example of how Cameroonian judiciary is corrupt and the laws of the land is underminded and what justice do they want the poor to carry out.They will lock up a poor who steal a goat or a chicken for many years and the civil servants who embezzle billions are appointed to posts of irresponsibilty.Cameroon can only be revampt and cleansed of embezzlers and corrupters,when they start from the top and not from the bottom.Until the LRC officials note that the poor should be given equal treatment as the rich then can there be equal justice.

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

kisah

na Alkaeda go solve issues for that country, systematic elimination of these idiots will bring along much needed changes.When Africa go change?

Chim

My brother, is it realy true that this killer is out on bail and moving freely and showing off with women? (Le Cameroun c'est le Cameroun) indeed.
GOD SAVE US
Emmanuel Chim

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