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GilbertChina

Mr. Mbonifor, I support your canditure but will plead with you to sort out you differences before it's too late. You are not only running for the Bafut people but for Tubah as well, so you have to bear that in mind. Please stop throwing words at Ni John Fru Ndi , for he's someone well respected in the North West.You fully know, you can't totally bury the SDF in Bafut.You have to work very hard to win the mind of the common man by matching words with actions. Mr. Bangsi Victor, is one of the very few straight guys in the CPDM in Bafut. Be him a hand-picked or not, I think most members and the youths especially should give him the chance to lead the party in Bafut sub section for now.God bless you guys but always stand on the truth for it what a North West man and woman wants.

kehbohng

Mbonifor Kennedy Its all reaching that aspiring as a parliamentary hopeful for bafut and Tubah is no doubt that new blood will be introduced into the CPDM arrangment in your area. you have to bear in mind that you are an SDF born politician. What ever your following today, you still own tribute to the SDF. Refine your ways of talking. keep away from arrogance. Modern politicians must be refined
you claim Mr mbangsi lacks legitimacy as he was not elected. You failed to understand that legitimacy can come from charisma. Learnt to play the game of argument and avoid that of force. God bless you good luck

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