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Paa Ngembus

AMEN dear brother.

More and more young Southern Cameroonians are believing and thinking like you.

Continue the good work.

Who knows. May be in you the new Endeley messaih is born.

God Bless you.

Paa Ngembus



Let the sun shine in the night time and please no more dying for hunger and poverty

Les Nations Unies envoient les casques bleus pour que l'Afrique retrouve la paix

As I look around the world I sigh,
And think, We could at least live in peace with Justice in our Country

Peace remained by my side until I understood
what she wanted from me—that I will be free from corruption, tribalism and nepotism

Let the wind of the love of our nation blow in our direction
Let it touch us, melt us and mould us

O Cameroun, Cameroon notre Chere Patrie!
Pourquoi devrons nous diviser ce que Dieu a cree uni?

There comes people from the South; here comes people from north; here comes people from west; here comes people from east; here comes every Cameroonian
They meet in the middle and declare PEACE,LOVE and decide to live together to solve their problems

L'Unite du peuple Camerounais, je te cherche depuis si longtemps que j’ai cru un court instant te posséder, une fois encore tu t’es echappee...

Peace and Unity is in the waves in the wouri, nkam, Benoue, Sangha, Ntem, Dja, Sanaga, Mayo Kebbi, Anai, Lele and Logon rivers
Peace and Unity must begin with you and me!
You from the North, I from South
You from West, I from East
You from every corner of our motherland Cameroon

Why destroy when we could create,
Keep the peace, erase the hate
Our Country is so beautiful to be destroyed by hate

O Cameroon, Cameroun berceau de nos Ancetres
Your children want to live in peace with justice and prosperity.


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