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Watesih

Thanks Weaver,
It is a good thing to for Saul to appoint only those who sew for the "C',but celebrating the fact that the Czar of Bakingili got the better of Benjamin is implicitly celebrating the fact that in the next 10,15 to 20 years ENAM will be keep fabricating many more Tsars whose trademark is to do that which is arbitrary.There is no place to vindicate those who involve themselves in criminal activities,be they czars or Czarinas.By pretending to give Bakingili an upper hand in this feuding implies many would -be election riggers have been given the royal nod to go to school at the expense of poor Cameroonians.Whether we look at it from which perspective,Benjamin brought to the fore a very big problem ,a type of leprosy nibbling away our society;
favouritism.

Fon

Dear Ngwa;
The quotation below is a good summary of the bases of the appointments.
"Speaking the queen's language is already enough crime. Thus, if they give you one or two ministerial posts, you can only jump for joy that you have been done a favour."

Muki StoneHall

Dear Ngwa,
Your are clearly a philosopher of the highest order.If one were to comment fully on this article,the comments would make an encyclopaedia.
I agree absolutely with you on one thing "Why should the Papa sa Roma apologise to infidels...?" I honestly agree with you that we can play their game better.I believe it's time we move into the pitch and start the game.That apology is,and will forever remain the greatest Papal blunder.
Dear Ngwa,don't just stop writing!

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