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Zandré

"Chop a chop",It's very easy to start a strike but difficult to stop.I think is good 4 them to go back to class,those who're not sure to make it will want to strike to continue,for howlong?truelly speaking the strike was a success.It now depends on how u define success.We should bear in mind that these "C" jujus i power are heartless.Changes will come indirectly.Time will tell.we said b4 that Prof Lambi will be the Gov't LAMB.

Raymond

I appreciate your effort Abia David (Emberembo).Continue to protect your fellow student just with your pen.I love your courage
Raymond
Maryland USA

Denzy E. A/ Atlanta, Georgia

I don't think any student likes to strike. Strikes are therefore unfortunate situations arising from poor administrative procedures. The killing of any innocent citizen of our nation especially from the hands of those who are to protect them should never be ignored at any level of our goverment. Therefore, as the students have requested, findings of the killings of the students should be made public and any one guilty of a crime should be brought to justice. The students' union leaders should think about what conditions are fair for students to study without being harrassed by members of the public security. School security is ok to keep students checked.We do not need a police presence is an academic environment. Students should see to it that things are regularized as fast as possible and go back to class. EDUCATION IS THE BACKBONE OF EVERY NATIONS even CAMEROON.

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