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Thursday, 30 November 2006


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There are some basic truths in what you say. But your overall argument is flawed. I wont even bother to explain in detail why I say so because it's so obvious your in Ni John's camp.To set matters straight, I'm not a SDF militant but I acknoledge the contribution the SDF and Ni John have made to the political process of the country.But I would also say that a party where dialogue, debate and critisism can't take place is not fit to govern, and we as Cameroonians should pray it never governs.We are looking forward to a Cameroon without Paul Biya/CPDM but the SDF in it's present 'form' is not a valuable option.And it is sad because there are no better options.


Sango the BIG FOOLISH Dreamer,

Nothing good can ever come from the CPDM with or without Biya. You keep dreaming that a better Cameroon is one without Biya. Cameroon needs an entirely different political ideology, platform altogether. Different players. I mean different everything.

Vewesse is not SDF for your information. You sound like a naturalised frog. Like one of those Biya's stooges who prefers a "Frenchman" be president cos you are jealous of your own true and natural brother. From your nickname I know where you come form...and that particular ethnicity will one day pay for cooperating with frogs and selling our birth given rights to exist as our own country.

Shame on you all, Langa money....poor wretched beggers who cannot think to be independent and develop their country.

Keep begging!

The SON.


I write to express my regret over the failure of Cameroonians to consider History as an important subject and also for some of our historians who like some of our religious leaders preach what they can't practise.History is not an idle textbook for ur information.It is documented facts that has to tell us how to leave the present so as to build a good future.I have time without number heard of the word intellectuals in Cameroon,a reference to a group of politico-economics and social vultures who in quest of notice have tme and again come to Etoudi to ask for an independent candidate to run for the presidency.Let me ask these questions.Who are these,what makes them to feel that they are intellectuals and who is this or these independent C or Cs?Let no myopic brain feel that I'm saying that Cameroon hasn't got educated people.I'm saying that history has left me with the impression that there are no intellectuals in Cameroon worth mentioning nor let alone can represent the interest of the have-nots beginning from a law firm through the hospital to the classroom in the university except for a few who for share lack of the means or due to their virtues have decided to dance with the commons.History tells me that the spots on a leopard can never change,that a baby kite steals like its mother.From these points whoever is passing for an intellectual in political arena in Cameroon is only chasing his whims and capricies and not the interest of the down-trodden.If there is anyone in this God-foresaken land whose independent candidate is Cardinal Tumi then he is just a dreamer.Not because Tumi is not fit rather because he is too fit and given the political situation at this time he will simply become the Rev.Fr Betrand in Haitti.He was hail as one who had come to clear the mess dumped by Baby Dog in that first black colony to become independent but not long he became another mess to be cleared.Was he really responsible.No in my opinion.Like Baby Dog Biya has over stayed in power to the extent that no Angle can clear the mess he has dumped without becoming the hunted

Fritzane Kiki HK

Mr Sango,
Excuse me to express my excitement on your explanation of how a journalist should write an article.A journalist should not just sleep and write something for public consumption.Without taking sides a journalist should be an imformant rather than a policemen to pass judegement without following a prosecution.All worksof life has gotten their job ethics and they go with them.

To this effect,we know Fru and his SDF are behind the misunderstanding within the party,but that notwithstanding he should not take the party for his personal property and be contented with his chairmanship post for ever.There are young,charismatic,aspiring Cameroonians with managerial skills,who can better manage situations and attack the CPDM and its stooges,who can be president tomorrow.We don't want flip-floppers who speak more than taking action.

He should not sit and think the SDF was created by him and should be ruled by him alone.This is 15 years today yet we are still dreaming of any prominent Anglopohne presidential candidate.It will still be a day-dreaming issue to think Fru can govern Cameroon period.He is already been taken by the ruling CPDM as a figure-head who gives additional political momentum to the ruling CPDM party to carry out their embezzling and fraud.

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong


Oh do shut up!

1.CPN Vewessee is not a journalist with The Post;the article is his personal opinion and you're all free to have and give yours.

2."Any young,charismatic,aspiring Cameroonian with manageria&l skills",who wants to replace Fru Ndi as Chairman of the SDF will have to join the SDF and beat him during elections.

3.the SDF was created by Fru Ndi and he doesnt think he alone can rule;as he never got re-elected unchallenged. far back as 1992 there's been a prominent Anglophone presidential candidate;Fru Ndi and he beat Paul Biya in the presidential elections then.

If you were too young or already out of the country,those are the facts and you should thank me.


Thanks Vito, for shedding some light on the SDF leadership issue. There is much more to leading a great political party like the SDF than being a young and charismatic individual. Millions of Cameroonians are looking up to the SDF and Fru Ndi to bring the long awaited change Cameroon needs. It will be a terrible thing for Fru Ndi to yield to some unpopular calls for him to step down without an election. Think about the multitudes that rest their hopes on him and the SDF. Those on this forum calling John Fru Ndi names and all sought of labels, rest assured that your opinions are on file and tomorrow, you will be judge by these opinions. If you don't like what the SDF is doing or what Fru Ndi is doing, then explain to us why and give us your suggestions of what should be done to make Cameroon a better place unless you like the current CPDM regime. It is not any bodies business to prophesize whether Fru Ndi will one day be president of Cameroon or not. If you think you are in Hong Kong, England or Singapore and it is OK to say anything you think about SDF or Fru Ndi, rest assured that your opinion is on file and you will be judged on them when the time comes. Beware that what you write on this forum may hurt or help you someday. Many politicians have lost elections because of somethings they wrote or said on record many years behind even when they were still in their youths. I am sure we all in this forum know that our writings are traceable and can be tracked no matter how hard we try to fake our names.
So please stop the name calling and just give us your opinion and suggestions.

More to come

Fritzane Kiki HK

Sorry my dear brothers,
Don't be carried away that someday I will part of Cameroon politics.I am simply a critic and I say what is right writing the wrongs of party politics in La Republique.Read my writie ups and see if i have ever take sides.I am not interested in the dirty game of politics being played by SDF and CPDM.

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

JB Samba

You post a lot of interesting comments here and I commend to for that, but I'm afraid to say that what you post regarding the SDF or NJFN in particular leave much to be desired. Either deliberately or by designed you and of course some other guys have failed to realise NJFN is where he is because he merits it and SDF militants have endorsed him as their chairman.
Ngwasirri and Muna have tried to paint him black and what results have they got.
It would be worthwhile if you realise that if everybody working around NJFN were to be as steadfast and committed as he is, the SDF would have done more that it is doing at the moment. I am afraid with uys like Ngwasirri and Muna and others who are yet to be discovered, one needs to be careful else one will be tempted to see NJFN for whom he is not.
My own conclusion at this point is that someone is yet to come up who can convince me and I think many other non-partisan folks that they can be a better replacement for NJFN.
This is just my humble opinion.

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