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Thursday, 28 September 2006

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JampackBrother

JCI is a currupt organisation comprises of ducky people, eating peoples money for the sake of visa and conferences.
Please rembuse all those boys and girls you guys collect their money and did not register them only to frustrate them infront of the French Embassy in Douala and estorting money from the poor flooks.

Jampack Brother
Copenhagen Denmark

Shame to JCI Buea.

Tekum Mbeng

Jampack,

Are you suggesting the JCI leadership is now seeking to clean itself of past unfulfilled promises by associating with new talent? Was money involved?

There shall be no masquerades. No group or person is above the law. Incomplete allegations are not helpful in the fight against corruption. You have to provide details, names and dates.

JampackBrother

If the JCI members are ready for the names then tell me and I will forward the names if only action will be taken.
I will give a chance for today, so the Limbe chapter should examine themselfs and give account to you Mbeng.. The you tell me what they did, and if it is not satisfactory I will know were to unmasquerade '' On a big market day''
Ok you should ask Lyonga many questions; Since you are not currupt and you get to me.

When you talk of names and dates; I can see how you think I am joking from the reliable comment I made above.
Dont try to be ruler like your words, but draw a straight line now and I will help you let the cat out of the back.

''' Question Lyonga First'''''

JampackBrother
Copenhagen Denmark

Tekum Mbeng

Jampack,

Thieves have only two weapons - secrecy and non-discovery. Don't expect thieves to acknowledge wrongdoing. They cannot admit. It takes a brave honest citizen to rattle the barn to flush out thieving rats.

Present the facts, name and shame them. If you don't have the facts first hand then don't make an allegation. All mud sticks and it is unacceptable o blemish the innocent.

Fritzane Kiki HK

Nothing should be hidden as far as corruption practices are concerned and discovered.I like the way Jampack has exposed the JCI Buea leadership and the association members as a whole.I heard of some cases of fraud and misrepresentation in Buea recently caused by this same JCI organisation.I think they should eat peoples' monies but make sure they have their visas than to frustrate poor individuals who go helpless and financially disabled.

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

MBU  MARTIN  ESEME

Dear Sir,
I HAVE THE HONOUR MOST RESPECTFULLY TO LAY MY APPLCATION TO YOU.SIR I AM AN UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT OF AGE 23 AND I WISH TO BE A MEMBER .
Sir, i wish my request is granted as i look forward to hear from you.
YOUR HUMBLE APPLICANT
MBU MARTIN .


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