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We have heard this stories time and again. We have also been familiar with budgets and huge figures. But when the money dissapears, we are not told about the projects that have been executed with the soo called budgets. It has become a culture of the murderous CPDM to tell us about budgets and and projects. But at the end, we only see paper projects.

Why cant these criminals be honest for once? Why cant this evil government delegate tell us clearly of the amount he has stolen in the previous budgets?

JCKING

Hahaha Contri people make i send telegram for Delegue them.
Mr. Government Delagate, Thanks for the initiative to tell us the new sources where you will have to steal the hard earned money from those old women down there in Limbe BUYAM SELLAM. I am so sorry for you even wasting time to tell us your new plans as we are tired and bored getting this flashy ideas. Maybe you deserve a tap on the back as you are telling us how the council will be connected to a network of computers to cub fraud. You lie as na dasso the same computer whe man make and it is easy to do anything there. Corruption and embezzlement is in the bornes of all of you who sits there to pretentiously say you are working for the people. Continue to steal your own share and better stay quiet. Go to Bamenda and ask Abel Ndeh how he does in stealing the money from the SDF council and you will better learn to be silent.Any how Pa Ndeh di try for yi own level for develop Abakwa town.
This Cameroon na real peaceful country. Idoits are enjoying while Cameroonians suffer in silence. No it must stop. Pa Brenda don tire with age, stealing, then confusion di worry ye now so for Yaounde and he is no longer interested in you Gov't Delegates. Start Parking as you are going home next year and better take more so that when you are called to answer like ONDO NDONG the amount go be reduced.See how much one small council di allocate for entertainement. Six million but how much will be used to that effect and entertaining who? Cameroonians suffering in the hands of money mongers.
I di salute Pa Tadzong Abel Ndeh for Bamenda. How na Pa? How much you don take this year from your sponsors overseas? Chop your own before time catch you. What account will Abel Ndeh give after leaving office? How many roads did he construct for the city of Bamenda or even maintain? Newlayout Nkwen crying everyday. I no go blame you sef pa. I go blame na the SDF for accepting the government to run a Council owned by them. Prince Amando is silently taking the orders of Abel Ndeh as Ndeh has the veto power to run the council not even the SDF elected team headed by Amando.Any how Sam for Limbe council thank you plenty but Limbe needs a lot to be done and you will not be able to do as time is up. Lef that place so. Where is the Limbe Market situated? That is not a Market Delegue as even Belo Market better pass that one for Limbe. Make all Mayor them and the so called Government Delgates go for Belo Kom ask the Mayor for Belo Tosam Bernard Nenghabi whati be yi secret for development? Or go Kumbo Council ask Mayor Donatus Njong his own secret. No shame i beg. Just try sometime we fit get a way forward. I am teling you Cameroonians this is an irony of a CPDM government.
MR. government delegate who you want to fool here. We don tire wuna and the lies them. I beg make wunna lef we so. No even do anything no palava. Go Bamenda see roads. Ngeng junction well tared,Ayaba road, Elf Nkwen sote for Mobile well tared with what MUD everyday when some boy boy minister di come Bamenda.Oh my God are you sleeping. Wake up and clean this country from this mess. When you wan start the clean up campaign papa God call me make i show you all them. We go start from Yaounde sote we finish the whole country. God save the remaining crumbs of Cameroon. Pa Junior Congratulations as you no comot for front page for that bigbig book for bad people.Your number no bad at all. You try.hahaha na Cameroon this. Ahidjo we beg you move the curse for your pikin them head and them go bring your body back for your compound.Na laugh this.

Look

Hi there JCKing, it is interesting all the stuff you have to say, but I am pleading with every good willed Cameroonian to do ourselves the favor of being objective and the very least honest when we make remarks.
1. Have you realized that the S.D.F people and others with political ambitions are quick to criticize those in the positions they are admiring only when it is close to major elections. Why don't they let us know as soon as they know about these things. Is it not interesting to you that they become so aware of these "stealings" only close to major elections? These people have no pity for the common man and they will use them and destroy them just to achieve their ambitions. So keep your eyes open.
2. There are a lot of good things the S.D.F has done. On the other hand, time has also made us realize that the S.D.F is incapable of ruling that nation at least under its current structure and the decisions it has made thus far. What is the difference between Pres. Biya and Ni John as far as clinging to power is concerned, for as much as we know.
3. Talking about Prince Amando, can someone ask him what was the purpose of the special pay package that was slotted for him by his fellow councillors, which when found illegal and stopped, made him quite bitter. The S.D.F councils are responsible for most of the perills the people are suffering from all over Cameroon. This is because, when they took control of the municipalities they were more interested in flexing political muscles with the C.P.D.M and amongst themselves, rather than proving their worth to the people. Well, in a few months the people will speak again through the ballot boxes.
4. In a place like Bamenda, the S.D.F councillors have actively been doing everything to stall the process of development, by tolerating lawless behaviours. The people have been taught not to pay taxes to a gov't they don't like. This has become a habit. Now getting taxes out of them is like pulling teeth. All of a sudden, the S.D.F controlled councils, are surprised why nothing is happening. Truly speaking who enjoys paying taxes? Since substantial tax revenues aren't coming in, nothing can happen as well. Such habits and/or political tactics are very unhealthy, regardless of who is in control. As good statesmen, we must stand for what is right for our nation, regardless of our political affiliations. Remember when people are trained to behave in a particular manner it becomes more of a habit rather than a strategy. That is why the people of the N.W.P are so self destructive. Most if not all the paved roads that were in B'da in the early nineties were burned and destroyed. Then the people start complaining that they don't have good roads. Now you see who suffers from such lack of wit on the part of some leaders. Some argue that there is no use putting a gold ring on a pig's nose. Is this a fair argument to make? I don't think so, but it will be more than fair to say that people must learn to take responsibility for their actions.
5. Knowing the G.D. of Bamenda myself, he is quite a simple man, he keeps asking himself that, if I do not fix my own place, who will? I look forward to the day he will be replaced, hopefully with a beti. After all, B'da is calm enough now for a beti to control the council.
6. I belief that the S.D.F is screaming foul just so that if they ever take control, they can do same or worse stuff and claim they are sufering from the effects of the outgoing executives... but it is most likely not going to work. This is because, they have trained the people to throw out reason and act on specualtions and rumors. Hence, their game might just be played on them.
7. Speaking of poor behaviour being tolerated. In B'da for example, the hawkers claim sending them away from the main entrance into market and the side walks is not good for their business, and people jump and sympathize with them, including S.D.F councillors by failing to condemn their behaviour. But when the Mr Tadzong Abel Ndeh speaks, the councillors are the first to call him the bad person who has no compassion for the so called "struggling hawkers". May I ask, Is their being out there good for business for those inside the market who pay taxes to the council and are law abiding and are also seeking their right to earn an honest living? Is their being out there good for people like you and me who just want to stroll in town without being worried about someone snatching and/or stealing from us or keep jumping in and out of the streets and between cars? For some reason a lot of us don't see these things, yet we want development! The Mbouda people bring all kinds of stuff and block the roads with them, and when people like you and I try to go around town in our cars, we get harrased, with people banging on our cars. What makes them think they have the right to be in the middle of the road in the first place, to the extent where they feel justified to take away your and my rights to using the road for the purpose it is intended for. The S.D.F can be credited for teaching the populace that they have unlimited rights and powers that are also supreme to everybody elses.
8. Please be vigilant to what is happening around you. In the real sense of things there is no difference between such pestilent hawkers and a gov't official who embezzles. These hawkers steal or divert funds from those selling at authorized selling locations (like council designated markets) just as those embezzling gov't funds, steal or divert funds intended for the good of you and I.
Stay blessed, stay vigilant and may the GOOD LORD bless our Nation.

Look

Hi there JCKing, it is interesting all the stuff you have to say, but I am pleading with every good willed Cameroonian to do ourselves the favor of being objective and the very least honest when we make remarks.
1. Have you realized that the S.D.F people and others with political ambitions are quick to criticize those in the positions they are admiring only when it is close to major elections. Why don't they let us know as soon as they know about these things. Is it not interesting to you that they become so aware of these "stealings" only close to major elections? These people have no pity for the common man and they will use them and destroy them just to achieve their ambitions. So keep your eyes open.
2. There are a lot of good things the S.D.F has done. On the other hand, time has also made us realize that the S.D.F is incapable of ruling that nation at least under its current structure and the decisions it has made thus far. What is the difference between Pres. Biya and Ni John as far as clinging to power is concerned, for as much as we know.
3. Talking about Prince Amando, can someone ask him what was the purpose of the special pay package that was slotted for him by his fellow councillors, which when found illegal and stopped, made him quite bitter. The S.D.F councils are responsible for most of the perills the people are suffering from all over Cameroon. This is because, when they took control of the municipalities they were more interested in flexing political muscles with the C.P.D.M and amongst themselves, rather than proving their worth to the people. Well, in a few months the people will speak again through the ballot boxes.
4. In a place like Bamenda, the S.D.F councillors have actively been doing everything to stall the process of development, by tolerating lawless behaviours. The people have been taught not to pay taxes to a gov't they don't like. This has become a habit. Now getting taxes out of them is like pulling teeth. All of a sudden, the S.D.F controlled councils, are surprised why nothing is happening. Truly speaking who enjoys paying taxes? Since substantial tax revenues aren't coming in, nothing can happen as well. Such habits and/or political tactics are very unhealthy, regardless of who is in control. As good statesmen, we must stand for what is right for our nation, regardless of our political affiliations. Remember when people are trained to behave in a particular manner it becomes more of a habit rather than a strategy. That is why the people of the N.W.P are so self destructive. Most if not all the paved roads that were in B'da in the early nineties were burned and destroyed. Then the people start complaining that they don't have good roads. Now you see who suffers from such lack of wit on the part of some leaders. Some argue that there is no use putting a gold ring on a pig's nose. Is this a fair argument to make? I don't think so, but it will be more than fair to say that people must learn to take responsibility for their actions.
5. Knowing the G.D. of Bamenda myself, he is quite a simple man, he keeps asking himself that, if I do not fix my own place, who will? I look forward to the day he will be replaced, hopefully with a beti. After all, B'da is calm enough now for a beti to control the council.
6. I belief that the S.D.F is screaming foul just so that if they ever take control, they can do same or worse stuff and claim they are sufering from the effects of the outgoing executives... but it is most likely not going to work. This is because, they have trained the people to throw out reason and act on specualtions and rumors. Hence, their game might just be played on them.
7. Speaking of poor behaviour being tolerated. In B'da for example, the hawkers claim sending them away from the main entrance into market and the side walks is not good for their business, and people jump and sympathize with them, including S.D.F councillors by failing to condemn their behaviour. But when the Mr Tadzong Abel Ndeh speaks, the councillors are the first to call him the bad person who has no compassion for the so called "struggling hawkers". May I ask, Is their being out there good for business for those inside the market who pay taxes to the council and are law abiding and are also seeking their right to earn an honest living? Is their being out there good for people like you and me who just want to stroll in town without being worried about someone snatching and/or stealing from us or keep jumping in and out of the streets and between cars? For some reason a lot of us don't see these things, yet we want development! The Mbouda people bring all kinds of stuff and block the roads with them, and when people like you and I try to go around town in our cars, we get harrased, with people banging on our cars. What makes them think they have the right to be in the middle of the road in the first place, to the extent where they feel justified to take away your and my rights to using the road for the purpose it is intended for. The S.D.F can be credited for teaching the populace that they have unlimited rights and powers that are also supreme to everybody elses.
8. Please be vigilant to what is happening around you. In the real sense of things there is no difference between such pestilent hawkers and a gov't official who embezzles. These hawkers steal or divert funds from those selling at authorized selling locations (like council designated markets) just as those embezzling gov't funds, steal or divert funds intended for the good of you and I.
Stay blessed, stay vigilant and may the GOOD LORD bless our Nation.

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