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Thursday, 30 November 2006

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papsy

make them ckeck UB well well cuz it might be a coincidence yes but ei no normal.

rexon

Yes, they have lost four administrators in one year. But most of those four administrators have been involved in one way or the other in a conspiracy to kill innocent students. The present administrators are also involved in conspiracies and two students have been slained today. So they should understand that we, the freedom fighters are also morning.

Emah

Rexon, I will agree with you in no lesser terms. Yes the bible says, speak no evil of the dead. The question is, DOES DEATH CANCEAL ALL EVIL DEEDS?

No judging, we humans are full of praises just for the sake of it.

What PRAISES will Cameroonians sing at the demise of these people,Paul Biya, Odong Ndong, Mendo Ze, Achidi Achu, Inoni,and the list continues? Do these people and many more have similar charateristics by any token of the word?

I quote DElE GIWA, 'No evil deed can go unpurnished. Any evil done by man to manwill be redressed if not now certainly later, if not by man then certaintly by God, for the victory of evil over good can only be temporary'.

Is there actually PEACE in the grave for everybody? I wonder!

Chi Mbopeh


I like the white lady in the picture, the Lizzy Brown. Who is she and how can I get in touch with her? Does she live in Cameroon?

Tekum Mbeng

Avitus,

You sound very oppressed in yester years by those who impose their will on others.

Doesn't UB have a student newspaper where students can censor staff directly and give staff a chance to answer back ?

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