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Thursday, 26 October 2006

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Muki StoneHall

This may be a true statement.If you guys are serious,Hayatou should arrest Mukete and dismantle his gang of killers.Then we'll point to you where next to go.

Fritzane Kiki HK

Generally speaking this province has been noted for its armed robbery culprits, but not as serious a case as other provinces.However,if things has gone worse than before now it's because of the lack of jobs and high rate of unemployment.Biya preaches self-employment every year and what do you think these unemployed youths can do than take up arms to look for daily bread.I strongly believe the government should open up job opportunities and other services to employ these street boys and gangsters rather than putting them in jail every day.We all know the real arm robbers are those government officials up there not these poor guys down there who are taking few coins for their stomarch.We hear of how ministers embezzle 8 and more Billions of francs CFA lately and go scot-free!Biya and his corrupt La republique junta should first clean their dirty linings in public before these gangs can be reduced in the streets of Cameroon as a whole.We recently saw how Biya was appointing thieves in the name of ministers to top government posts,n the name of ministers, while those poor street guys are sent to prison for stealing a chicken? This is injustice as a whole.If justice is the order of the day then it shouls begin from top to bottom.

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

rexon

It is really embarassing to see criminals describing others as criminals. It is really embarassing indeed. Who do these people think they can keep fooling? Is Mr Biya and his gang of bandits supposed to be living in their luxuries or in prison? Aren't they aware of the crimes they have commited against humanity? They steal, kill, destroy, harass their opponents and those who dare stand their way. They have agents everywhere like the Mukete, Musonge, Achidi's families. In my opinion, these are the real criminals and enemies of Freedom.

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