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Thursday, 19 October 2006

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rexon

So this criminal Akpo Mukete is bold enough to travel to Liverpool for medical treatment. When Southern Cameroonians are dying, you and your parents are spending stolen funds on medical trips abroad. Wonders shall never end.

vito

Rexon,
if wonders did end,life would lose its spice.
As Saul became Paul after his blindness isnt it possible Abel becomes Albert(may his soul rest in peace),after his stroke?
Have some sympathy and pray for the man,friend.

vito

Correction
...Akpo becomes Albert....

rexon

Vito,

Even if Akpo would have died, i would'nt have hoped his soul should RIP. That does not mean that i can pray for him to die.

I hope he learns something from his own stroke, to understand how it feels when you support injustice that have rendered the lives of a whole generation hopeless. His family has used the Mukete thugs for several decades to rape, Maimed and kill innocent Southern Cameroonians simply because they stood against "INJUSTICE" that has been rendering their lives hopeless, yet he can finance medical bills and is still asking a pastor to pray for him. Does he pray only when he is in pains and forget about the pains he has been inflicting on other peoples lives?

Ebaneshalley

It is suprising that the Muketes like other CPDM big-wings go abroad for medical treatments. I think there are hospitals in Cameroon. But then, if every thing good and perfect can be gotten only from outside Cameroon, then young Cameroonians have the right to find their way out of Cameroon. Time waits for no body and the clock is ticking.

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