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Tuesday, 13 March 2007


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Fritzane Kiki HK

It's high time they stop these electoral propagandas and noise making in the name of politics.Roads should not be something to be done only at the verge of elections.Are they cagoling the masses to go in for ballot boxes,are they letting the masses know that politics is no longer the mainstay for Cameroonians alike.Yes ,I think that's quite true since from all indications many Cameroonians vowed not to stand anymore in lines to cast their ballots at polling stations since it will make to difference in their lives.They should vote themselves.It's becoming a disease that the CPDM will rule forever as the majority party in Parliament and in councils.Hmmm!! La Republic!! oye !

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

kenedy Epie

Roads are neccessary tools of development. It must not be used in political hulabaloh. Dispite our political blindness when we have always supported a party who never cares about our plight-roads, it is a shame South westerners still sing songs along party lines. We need roads. That is all . Whether it is lunched or not, be it from Muea or Kumba end. It is time we stand united to talk and cry out loud about our need for tarred roads in the Province rather than talking Political Parties.



I don't think I care about the launching so much. If the PM decides to do the launching in Kolofata and the tarring in Kumba-Muea, that's fine for me. What do you want: the launching or the road? Let us for once keep politics aside.

Chief Mboe

Ta Nguh

Tarring of roads being announced at CPDM conferences instead of on public media.

... and stupid people jump to their feet that at last their voice will be heard.

By who?

WHAT A SHAME. Hummmmmmmmmmmmmm.....


These government is really shameless. They make a song of everything when elections are coming up. Isn't it a governments responsibility to tar roads?


Absolute nonsense.It is the tax payer´s money that is used to tar roads and not CPDM money.All Cameroonians pay taxes that are supposed to be used for development.The CPDM embezzles the tax payer´s money;when they used the little that is left for projects,they make as if is a favour to those who contribute and deserve to benefit from it.
I think it is only in Cameroon where there is no difference between the ruling party and the Government.


Since i was born is 24 years now, i have been hearing of roads problems in Cameroon. Tarring of roads still now nothting is done, shame for Mr.Biya....BULLSHIT......FOOL


Well the government has not announced it yet. Let us wait for The PM. He is the person expected to make such a statement and not a political hi-goat.
It is not enough to tell us a road will be tared we heard this for years. Tell us which companies are involved, How long it will take, how much it takes and if possible pressent virtual picture of the road.
Well Mr PM if the road is not of good quality and one before the elections you shall know us on election Day (E-day)

Fritzane Kiki HK

It will fail them this time around since they think Kumba populace are fool again hear what that fat woman is saying "Let CPDM victory in Kumba demystify the assertion that nothing good can come from Kumba".Victory or no victory roads are needed in a town like Kumba and other big towns in the Southern Cameroons irrespcetive whether is it when CPDM wins.So now that the SDF is leading the coucil in Kumba they are not going to have roads???

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

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