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Thursday, 07 December 2006

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Ndi O

DAVID,
MANY WORKERS ESPECIALLY TEACHERS ARE VICTIMS. THE AILMENT IS ALL OVER DONGA MANTUNG DIV AND THE SO CALLED CPDM MEMBERS ARE SERIOUSLY BEHIND IT. U MUST DANCE TO THEIR TONE INORDER TO SURVIVE. I PITY PIR PEOPLE. U WILL SEE WITH ME THAT THE SITUATION IN NWA IS EVEN WORSE AS THE SUB DIVISIONAL EDUCATION WHO DOUBLES AS THE SUB SECTION FOR THE CPDM, IS USING TEACHERS FOR POLITICAL GAMES. THE TEACHERS ABANDONS PUPILS AND GET TO NWA AT ALL TIMES FOR C MEETINGS REASONS BEING THAT IF U FAIL TO ATTEND, THEN HE WILL TEACH U A LESSON. I KNOW OF MANY TEACHERS WHO ARE STILL SUFFERING TODAY COS THEY COULD NOT DANCE WITH HIM. IT IS A PITY.
I FEEL THIS IS THE TIME FOR US ALL TO USE THIS PERIOD TO REALISE OURSELVES. IF WE CANNOT SIT UP AS ONE AND DEVISE ALL NECESSARY MEANS TO FREE OUR PEOPLE NOW, THEN WE SHALL NEVER.TRUE FIGHTERS HAVE GOT THE MEANS. WE HAVE HAD ENOUGH.

Ndi O

Correct; Sub Divisional Delegateof education who doubles as Sub Section President.
SORRY FOR OTHER GRAMATICAL ERRORS. I WAS IMPATIENT.

vito

It's ok Mr.Ndi;please let's have the SDG's name.Thanks

rexon

Everything CPDM is dirty and any rightminded person cannot support anything CPDM. I hear from friends that when their leader President Biya was visiting London in 2004, he spent a huge amount of money to bribe a reasonable number of Southern Cameroonians to attend a party they organised. What puzzles me most is the fact that some people were using their social status (Doctors, bankers, lecturers, IT Engineers, etc) to sway people from believing that these bandit is the most reasonable person to govern La Republique. These group of evil people living in and around the city of London are very corrupt and concentrate only on their financial welfare even when in Europe, rather than the overall welfare of the subjects they have left back home. They spend time telling lies about this or that project that they CPDM has in the pipeline, how NJFN have done this or that, etc. Headed by Dr Agbormbai, they support everything that this corrupt government says, play with words and tribal problems in a bid to defend the said government, etc.

We (freedom fighters) wish them well.

rexon

Everything CPDM is dirty and any rightminded person cannot support anything CPDM. I hear from friends that when their leader President Biya was visiting London in 2004, he spent a huge amount of money to bribe a reasonable number of Southern Cameroonians to attend a party they organised. What puzzles me most is the fact that some people were using their social status (Doctors, bankers, lecturers, IT Engineers, etc) to sway people from believing that these bandit is the most reasonable person to govern La Republique. These group of evil people living in and around the city of London are very corrupt and concentrate only on their financial welfare even when in Europe, rather than the overall welfare of the subjects they have left back home. They spend time telling lies about this or that project that they CPDM has in the pipeline, how NJFN have done this or that, etc. Headed by Dr Agbormbai, they support everything that this corrupt government says, play with words and tribal problems in a bid to defend the said government, etc.

We (freedom fighters) wish them well.

Ndi O

MR Vito,
I got his name as Mr Buinkhac Samuel. There is more about him. He is more of a Plasmodium parasite in that Sub Div. During campaigns, teachers who refuse to put on C T- shirts are always in trouble. There is absolutely no hope for the Kids in that sub division. It will get worse this time around that reformation has been made in our primary schools. Bro, Like i said,the story is long. These are all the people that need to be judged sooner or later. Sad indeed for politics is in absolute control of our schools. What a general fatal virus.

Ndi O

Another says he is popularly called Mbupsi Samuel.Never mind, am gonna give u his proper names in few days ahead.

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