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Thursday, 15 February 2007


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Acha Morfaw,

Does NEO OBSERVE or ORGANISE an election? You seem to think they are the same.

NEO instigated the CREATION of ELECAM, WHY?

How can you drag people to court when just an observer and what gives you more powers now and not before now?

Stop lying to yourself and your own very children.

Aunty J.

Dear Ma'am

NEO is just another toothless bull dog. You are just reiterating the fact that previous elections have always been rigged with impunity. Go sing those songs of sorrows to people of the 18th century if you can still find any alive. We are too smart for that kind of crap.


Mami NEO,
Who will be your judges and where will they come from and what will they be judging and on who's favor? Hahahahahaha day dreamer. Stories of the 12th Century. The case will be null and void with tight hands. hahahahaha.


Pertinent questions there Emah,
"Dr. Acha-Morfaw urged Cameroonians to have confidence in NEO, stating that after organising two elections, the Observatory now has the experience to organise free and fair elections."
An observatory observing an election or an observatory organising an election??????
Does she even know the role of NEO?

Of course she must defend NEO and ask for another chance because she knows how much they will take home at the end of the day.
Shameless old woman


Lie Lie Mami,
When judges sentence hardened criminals like Fon ,or is it the faded Fun Charles Taylor Doh of the Ndop Central prison,and justice is trampled upon,who does this lie lie Mami take Cameroonians for.When people were killed in Bepanda ,nobody was brought to Justice,When students were slained in UB nobody was brought face to face with the strong arm of the Law,and the President did not even decry this in emphatic terms,when thugs from Mfoundi Division beat Diboule to pulp they have been left at large,so how are they going to make all the ghost voters they ferry from one end to another,their SDO`s who distort the trends on the PVs,their Dipanda Alexis who sweats rivers when announcing election results ,face the wrath of the Law?

Eric Ngonji Njungwe

Please read a recently posted article entitled “The Prospect of a Presidency for Life in Cameroon: Facing the Reality of the NEO/MINATD Charade”. This article describes a probable game plan that could be underway in Cameroon.

You can access this article by going to PICAM’s publication page at or by pasting into your web browser.

Kind regards,
Eric Ngonji Njungwe
Executive Director - PICAM


This may be a bit old but still interesting!

The World’s Worst Dictators for 2007: Africa Dominates the List

Parade Magazine, which is distributed with the Saturday editions of major daily newspapers in the United States, has published its list of the world’s 20 worst dictators for 2007.

The magazine defines a dictator as “a head of state who exercises arbitrary authority over the lives of his citizens and who cannot be removed from power through legal means. The worst commit terrible human-rights abuses.”

The list is based on reports from international human rights organizations such as Human Rights Watch, Freedom House, Reporters Without Borders and Amnesty International, and the US State Department.
Topping the list for the third year running is Omar al-Bashir of Sudan, who according to Parade Magazine “retains his position as the worst dictator because of his ongoing deadly human-rights abuses in the Darfur region of Sudan.” Eight other African Presidents are in al-Bashir’s unwelcome company; Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe (7), Muammar al-Qaddafi of Libya (9), Teodoro Obiang Nguema of Equatorial Guinea (11), King Mswati III of Swaziland (12), Isayas of Afewerki of Eritrea (13), Meles Zenawi of Ethiopia (17), Hosni Mubarak of Egypt (18), and Paul Biya of Cameroon (19).

Regarding Paul Biya of Cameroon who makes the list for the first time, the report states the following:
Independent Cameroon’s first dictator, Ahmadou Ahidjo, resigned after 22 years in power when his French doctors convinced him that he had a terminal illness. He didn’t, but by the time he realized this, his replacement, Paul Biya, was safely in place, and Ahidjo had to flee the country. Cameroon has the reputation of being one of the world’s most corrupt countries. Biya is credited with instituting one of the more creative tactics in the history of rigged elections. After international election-monitoring groups denounced his elections as “designed to fail,” Biya hired his own group of international monitors. Made up of ex-U.S. congressmen of both parties, the U.S. Association of Former Members of Congress declared Cameroon’s 2004 election as free and fair. Another observer group, led by former Canadian prime minister Joe Clark, arrived earlier and denounced as rigged the registration process, which the U.S. group had missed.

So, what is Acha Morfaw talking of?

Wrong Man

Acha Morfaw will sue Biya's henchmen. He-he he-he. Anglophoone. Gari don pass wata.


What? An election rigging organisation threatening court action? Wonders will never end.This woman needs to repent and ask God for forgiveness.Do these fellows have a conscience? NEO or call it whatever was instituted to facilitate election rigging in Cameroon. It was created by Biya for Biya and with the conivance of Biya's cohorts to legitimise and prolong their stay in power.If the past elections organised by the so-called NEO were all flawed, what does this shameless woman think has changed this time around? Is it not the same old wine in the same bottle? If she had a conscience would she not have resigned from NEO given its past history election rigging? I am advising her to resgn fron such a reckeless body if she is a woman of substance.

Njei M. Timah

Madam, You better sit down and have a cool reflection before telling us whether this your declation is intended for Cameroonian voters like me or for some undefined audience. If the country is not yet ready for an Independent electoral Commission, we should stop wasting money, disturbing the poor people's peace and causing further embarrassment to ourselves. This country has been disgraced for too long. For how long shall we continue to remain the laughingstock of the world?
Njei M.T (

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