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Thursday, 07 December 2006


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Ladies and Gentlemen

Condemnations..? yes. but these stop short of sending a strong message to the regime that be. Southern Cameroon in particular is fast becoming lameduck lot in the face of a boastful and intimidating regime ready to kill with impuntity ,after all, nothing happens after that.

To beginwith, no police officer or gendarme is allowed to shoot except with orders from the commander in Chief in this case the governor or SDO. No such order was given when Yde or Dla Universities went on stike but each time Buea agitates blood flows.

Here again we read that two people were killed in Ndu Tea Crisis . Police officers were ordered to shoot at striking workers.Killing people demonstrating to show their grievances is a norm expecially in Southern Cameroon territory.

Yes, we have all condemned the strike but nothing has changed. The minister has stood firm on his surrogate list and created his own very commission of inquiry whose already known decision as stipulted in the PM communique will soon deliver its results that will end in the cupboards of Etoudi.

One year from now and the events will be forgotten, soul lost to bullets and culprits continue to enjoy their freedom. This is insanity!

Dear Cameroonians expecially those of the Southern Cameroon extraction, this is what I think and believe we do:

1)Create a commission that will come out with the full details of all these attrocities
2)Circulate the resulting draft to all Cameroonians of goodfaith to sign
3) Deposit such a draft at the International Criminal Court at the Hague
4) Send a copy to the powers that be that their continuos attrocities wont continue unabated.

Gentlemen , if we can't do anything to send a message to this regime to stop murdering our brothers and sisters , I bet you, next agitation might be bloodier than this. Eyeye Zenga Louis will still be SW Governor and the guy in Ntatum will still be there to order police to assasinate innocent people.

I believe all these internet activism is good but doesnt go an inch to deter the heartless and murderous politicians from committing attrocities. Remember, cowards can't do this, it takes courageos men and women.Action speaks louder than words.

This is not a CATTU issue, or SDF issue or even SCNC issue but all Cameroonians at large.These young men are our brothers .
Who knows if the next person to be gunned down will be Ricardo's brother or Zandré's Uncle or Andre Fokam's sister or even Chief Mboe's subject? The time to act is now!

Tayong, waiting.



How long will be say enough is enough?

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