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Friday, 30 March 2007


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Hi Loveline,
It looks like you do not know the difference between a Bishop of a Diocese and an Archbishop. A bishop governs the Diocese while an Archbishop governs an Ecclesiastical province and has a headquarter in an Archdiocese. That is why you have the Archdiocese of Bamenda with Dioceses of Kumbo,Diocese of Buea,Diocese of Mamfe that has Bishops which we call them as OUR LORDSHIP. e.g The Bishop of Buea Diocese is HIS LORDSHIP Emmanuel Bushu and so he cannot be called His Grace because he has not been raised to the rank of an ArchBishop and Buea Diocese eventhough old in Age and History is not an Archdiocese. In the Anglophone section of Cameroon we have only one Archdiocese which is the Bamenda Archdiocese. You can call it the Metropolitan sea of Bamenda with its Archbishop called His Grace Cornelius Fontem Esua.
Any how this was just a correction please so that we should not be confused between who is an Inspector of Police and who is the Commissioner of Police eventhough all are Policemen and speak the same language.
Maybe you might have predicted the creation of Buea Archdiocese and so let me also predict the creation of Kumba Diocese in the Buea Archdiocese and Kom Diocese in the Archdiocese of Bamenda.

Happy Easter to all including those who write to please a group of people and those sponsored by their Godfathers in Yaounde.
Free minded writers i wish you well and i pray that the good Lord should touch the hearts of those who think that Bi Mvondo Paul (Pa Brenda and Junior)should be given another term of office to finish his bad governance die with Christ on Good Friday and rise on Easter night to say NO to the amendment of that constitution by the self centred fools of the glass house and the CPDM family.
Papa God this one na the prayer for your pikin them eventhough the deed has already been done Papa make we no gree Amen.
Even Ben Muna with yi red eyes papa don deny too whe e mean say na real bad thing for do.Papa we thank Muna how whe yi don confirm for we say yi be na true true pikin for a'bere Maths. as we di talk say "Like father like son".Form party whe yi no get millitants as for true man whe e support this man no get sense. Lawyer whe he be lawless pass Ngum for Bamenda.
We sabi say this people di do so for hide them bad bad fashion and say make Frank Biya take over from yi Papa continue for di tif we small groundnut money. Papa make you no gree at all at all. We di beg this one through your pikin Jesus Christ. Amen.

Danny Boy

very powerful words indeed. Could not have said it beter than you did above.
More grease to your elbows and I look forwards to your next posting.
Happy Easter to you too.

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