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sango

Asonganyi has given us hope that there are still some players in the polital arena today who are decent and have taken the time to study and understand how the political process can move forward in a positive direction.On the otherhand, I really don't think the current crisis in the SDF can be viewed as something positive.The matter is in the Cameroonian courts, a place where money buys 'justice'. I fail to see how this can be described as something positive.Why could debate not take place 'inhouse'?

Eyengue

Peterkins,
How much were you paid to come up with this? Or did you just get a few bottles as usual?

Fritzane Kiki HK

Eyengue,
Just leave Peterkins alone.SOme of them who claims they are journalists but are writing because they are memberso f one or another political pary.They should not be writing taking sides.I guess we have been closing following the enents linking to Asonganyi's dismissal and how others resigned in the party because of NJFN dictatorial rule and empowerment as life chairman.NJFN who is contented with the post of Chairman is no longer confronting Biya to be persident of Cameroon.At one point some people think NJFN is just living and partly living as the chairman with no agenda nor plan of action to counter the ruling party.

WHat makes me laugh at these SDF political objective is that they mostly think Muna,Asonganyi and Ngwasiri are the enemies forgetting the real CPDM juntas of La Republique.They are mistaken because the CPDM is growing stronger while the SDF is still dreaming of yesteryears when its dynamism and plans of actions was accepted and followed world-wide.

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

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