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Thursday, 26 October 2006

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Striking Ndu Workers, My Dear Brothers and Sisters,

You people must fight for your rights. Dont listen to the colonial governor. He like other unquestionable psychopaths who are all members of Mr Biya's corrupt junta can never listen to you. They are just there to fool here and steal your resources. They look at you as their slaves and you must fight for your rights. I am just from a meeting/public debate with some world bank executives and it is all known even among world bank cycles that the problem with Africa is grounded on a blackmans greed and lack of concience. That is what Paul Biya and his gang of bandits are. They are not the least interested in our future. All they care about is how to steal our resources and enrich themselves. Nothing is working and nothing will work. We must empower a new generation that will take control of Africa and this new generation have to have a different mentality from ours. We see evil even here. We see evil people like Dr Agbormbai, Sala, Ricardo, Francis Nche, etc. defending the blood thirsty regime of La Republique simply because it is serving their selfish interest. We must fight to destroy all the chains of evil that includes corruption, tribalism, nepotism, etc. As we are discussing, they are training their children and relatives to continue the network of corruption. They are planning and distributing places in Enam, Emia, Parastatals, etc for their offsprings to continue the network of evil. Wherever and whenever you meet the families of this criminals, their children, etc. warn them and tell them to advise their parents. If you are scared, write their names here, where they are, etc and we will confront them and err our grievances. Our people really need our support to challenge these evils.

We really need the help and support of each and every rightminded person.

God Bless You All.

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