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Friday, 19 January 2007


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Not trying to rewrite the above article, I think the person in the picture in the far right doesn't fit accurately to the description given.

The post should cross check again the correct infomation and give Barrister Kumfa his right identity.


As I write, there is great political unrest in Southern Cameroons territory.

Heavily armed Police and Gendarmes (a military unit) of La Republique du Cameroun raided a press conference hosted by the Southern Cameroons National Council (SCNC) in Bamenda, Southern Cameroons today Saturday, Jan.20 2007. The over 300 civilians attending the press conference are currently undergoing flagrant abuse of their human rights by means of physical torture and psychological abuse. Many have been badly wounded. The venue of the press conference was ransacked by armed Gendarmes. After keeping the people at the premises for three hours, they were loaded into army trucks and taken away into detention. Among the over 300 people arrested at the press conference are:
SCNC National Chairman Chief Ayamba Ette Otun
SCNC National Vice Chairman Nfor Ngala Nfor
Other SCNC Executive Members
Over 200 members of the general public
The people of Southern Cameroons call on you to use what ever means necessary to inform the international community of the barbarism of the Government of La Republique du Cameroun. Please intervene by mounting pressure on the Cameroun government to release these people. Their lives are in great danger!

In God's name we thank you,

Tonga Nfor
Southern Cameroonian.



JK as you rightly put it the race is not always on a 'first come first serve basis' but on how you overcome obtacles and distinguish youself under given circumtances. Congratulations boy.

Njoh Njoh Hanson
Osgoode Hall Law School
York University
Toronto - Canada.

vally England

I am very surprise that ''Kameni S. John,'' is a lawyer today.the boy though a SoBAN has some interesting story on his neck.
In 2006 a organised and swindled a German with 60.000 deusch marks,left the country with the cash.The poor German is still looking for this thief,today he is a lawyer.So what type of lawyer is he going to be?

The public should seriously watch this guy,there is still more to come from him.History always repeat itself,watch this space.
Vally England.

Bimbia Boy

Congratulations JK.You have set a pace for other young sobans and Buea youths. Keep up the spirit.
Rutgers Business School
New Jersey

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