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Monday, 09 October 2006

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larsson

Open Letter to our Leaders and Activists.
following the hiding of our SCNC Chairman chaif Ayamba,I´m calling to all our members in home and abroad should not give up of this fight for our indepadance states as southern Cameroon ,.So let this be a Courage to all or Southern Cameroon members.

paddy

I am a recent former co-worker of Bedes Tamasang Ndenge and inquiring to his general well being. If anyone has information please drop a note padraigtimothy@hotmail.com .

small davil

we shall not give up.What ever it takes we will get there one day.Let the stones continue to role.LA REPUBLIQUE BE WARNED, IF THE HEAD OF OUR LEADER ACH,KNOW YOU HAVE PLUNGED THE STATE INTO A WAR THAT WILL NEVER END.BLOOD WILL FLOW.

JampackBrother

Disapear or no disapear has got no impack on the battle to continue; The battle continue.
Even Osama Bin Laden is in the hidding, so the Chairman of the Southern Cameroon is not an exception or a new case.
If President Bush of the United State is not in hidding let him go to the market alone.
What do we mean by some one is in hidding? Hidding in the real sense is been afraid thats all and out of the drama for some time.
Paul Biya Mbi Vondor is in hidding too and all his gangs.
We have to be or the Chairman has to be, because he is not caring and AK45 by his side.The police and Gendarms should come empty handed the we shall tell them were he is.
He is studying case files for the Geneva and what step we shall take next. Inshort the Chairman is very bussy and not hidding.

JampackBrother
Copenhagen - Denmark.

D GALABE

Our chairman is not in hiding he is in Geneva for the Council meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council. (UNHRC)
We are not fighting for the independence of Southern Cameroons; The British Southern Cameroons attained her independence on 1st October 1961. We are determined to restore the statehood of our country-the southern Cameroons.
We are and will never-never give up the fight. We are succeeding and will get to the ultimate end of our struggle.
Freedom is our God given right.
Daniel Galabe
UK

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