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Thursday, 31 May 2007

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Glenn Wilson

Damn, I almost got him!

The Obasinjoms Oracle

Ma Mary

Glenn:
His cohort of juju men and Rosicrucians got him off this time. whew! He almost drank poto poto and open sewer poop.

Ted

No good omen Mr. Biya, you're now on overtime which will inevitably tax your life. Had the late John Garang listened to the invincible voices he would've still been....but he saw it before it happened. Flee i say.

Fritzane Kiki HK

You can't have everything....where would you put it?The cost of living's going up in Cameroon, while the chance of livin's going down for Biya.The end of his era is fast becoming closer.

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

eyallow

I wonder when this guy's luck will run out. We are getting closer inch by inch. If not the forces of nature will one day remedy justice!

A. A. Simplice

Whether the Event was a coincidence or destiny,it's deserving of serious attention. Hold your lips, save your comments and let's see what action our Excellency takes;then shall we fully ascertain the origin of "inertiia".

Y. Maurice Martin

Dear Cameroonians,

The fact that President Paul Biya's limousine almost drowned in flood at the Mfoundi River was merely course by ''inertia''. Lets wait and see what reaction he will take as the Head of State if not he should wait for greater raining days ahead for this might just be an indication of what may happen at August where there are usually high rates of rain fall.

God bless CAmeroon

Yuh Maurice Martin

Tiko - Cameroon

7512wilson

Well well well Mr. Paul Biya, I am sure the flood incident must have scared the hell out of you. You should have used some of your Demi God powers to wave off the storm and have a smooth ride back to your angelic Unity Palace where your angels will surely fix your a hot delicious meal and robe your feet for you. After all, you have worked so very hard to be where you are today and you must be very proud of being one of the World worst dictators, earning Cameroon a twice unbeaten record of the world must corrupt nation, Cameroon being ranked next to Iraq and Somalia as the must ungoverned nation in the world, making a mockery of democracy with Cameroons elections being ranked by election observers as the most rigged and disenfranchised and all this under your Chairmanship Mr President. And yet you call yourself 'The Lion Man'. Brace yourself Mr President cause your tragic end is already predictable. "God no di sleep". Deliverance is near and God has heard the cries of poor Cameroonians and will soon come to their rescue. Very soon...

Klemenceau-Shalom

I would have loved the caption of this news item to read as below;

"Biya's Limousine Swallowed By Flood"

Well it is not far from now for us to read a caption that will make many Cameroonians especially Southern Cameroonians to jump and sing for joy (bad to be happy when someone dies but we must rejoice when the devil is sent to his rightful place).

This time will be a bitter time for his Ewondo clan and some bootlickers in the Southern Cameroon.

Ha, it will be a time of sweet-bitterness. Let them who have ears hear and start getting ready.

Shalom

Klemenceau

Klemenceau-Shalom

I would have loved the caption of this news item to read as below;

"Biya's Limousine Swallowed By Flood"

Well it is not far from now for us to read a caption that will make many Cameroonians especially Southern Cameroonians to jump and sing for joy (bad to be happy when someone dies but we must rejoice when the devil is sent to his rightful place).

This time will be a bitter time for his Ewondo clan and some bootlickers in the Southern Cameroon.

Ha, it will be a time of sweet-bitterness. Let them who have ears hear and start getting ready.

Shalom

Klemenceau

terenceericgreg

Biya deserve to die. And when that happens he will know how much cameroonians really hate him if through his Ewondo witch he could witness the maltreatment of his corpse. His will be worst than that of Ahidjo.
I don't want him to die through any other means. I think he should be hanged when opposition takes power.

terenceericgreg

Biya deserve to die. And when that happens he will know how much cameroonians really hate him if through his Ewondo witch he could witness the maltreatment of his corpse. His will be worst than that of Ahidjo.
I don't want him to die through any other means. I think he should be hanged when opposition takes power.

wordweaver

The doom of the corrupt AFRICAN LEADER is inevitable. No matter how hard they try to avert it, it will always come.

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