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rexon

These corrupt group of occultist are always good in invoking theories.

Hear one of them:

"As to why SONARA pays its taxes but in Yaounde and not in Limbe where it operates, the GM said this was in line with the national fiscal policy, where the government has decided that all big companies pay their taxes in Yaounde"

The fiscal policy does not explicitly explain what to do with the environments that are being damaged as a result of Sonara's activities, It only tells us that ALL big companies should pay their taxes in Yaounde. Whatabout Plantecam in Mutengene, Delmonte In Tiko and Brasseries at Ombe that for decades have been paying their taxes in douala urban council. What fiscal policies do explains this.

I also hope your fiscal policies suggests that Sonara should matriculate all its cars LT as it is currently doing and employ only bassa or Douala people.

Must we be fooled everytime?

rexon

When it matriculates its cars LT as it is currently doing, all the money goes to Douala Council, and the colonial police will keep stopping and disturbing the Cars of Companies and individuals that are matriculated SW, or NW so that they should hurriedly matriculate their cars LT or CE and money goes to their treasury. My father used to suffer from this, and was forced to matriculate his cars LT. Ha, ha ha.

anyenty

What has SONARA given the town of Limbe for all the years of pollution?
1)They do not and have never sponsored a football team.
2)There is no hospital or library or school which the general community can go to and give thanks to Sonara.
3)there is no gym or sports facilities which you have provided to the limbe community.
4)just like the former GM,the present one does not attend state functions i.e 20th may,11th february etc. He does not even drive past Lime town!
SONARA is for Bassa's and francophones.Your presence here for even a century will change nothing for the Limbe community.Someday,just someday,it will return to the country that trully owns it.

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