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Monday, 11 June 2007

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samleyin

How many crimes will this Fon Doh commit before he is finally sent back to jail? From murder through foggery and life threats in a convicted status. yet, he still walks free. Anyway that is Cameroon and the cpdm. honourable doctors like AA Agbormbai will come up and tell us why the cpdm is greater than the sdf. the whole country even the supreme court president survive at the mercy of one man; the right royal president. Who want to meddle with his birth right? Maybe we just wait for the day he drops dead. I pray I may come so see this day ASAP.

Akoson


"...Petitions reportedly submitted by the SDF for the rejection of its lists in the Haut Nyong and Logone and Chari did not feature at all at the June 7 Court session..."

nshom

so this time around his hands were not tied?

Tanyi

Sometimes this people in high places do things that are so blatant and stupid. So they really expected to put up a name of a person who did not contest the primaries to run for parliament? Cameroon is very corrupt, no doubt. But this one was really a dip into every Cameroonian's bile. As for Doh (yes I called him Doh), even the CPDM will help themselves by sending him back to prison; he has definitely lost IT in all respects.But one positive thing: no matter how much anyone denies it, at least, the justice system still works.

DR TAN

FROM THE UNITED STATES I HAVE BEEN FOLLOWING THE POLITICS OF AFRICA . AS A PREACHER, PHYSICIAN, AND POLITICIAN, MY INTERESTS AND POSITIONS ARE SUPPOSE TO BE , IDEOLOGICAL, PRAGMATIC AND TRUTH BASED. AS A PROGRESSIVE, I AM INCLUSIVE . I HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN ALL THE THREE PS, WHILE IN CAMEROON.
THE SUPPREME COURT OF CAMEROON HAS JUDGED IN THE BANMI PETITION IN A SIMILAR WAY THE SUPPREME COURT OF CAMEROON JUDGED IN THE ATIKU CASE. AS THE JUDICIARY OF AMERICAN NATIONS BEGIN TO ASSUME THEIR PLACE AND EXERT IT,S INDEPENDENCE, THERE IS NO DOUBT, THAT AFRICAN POLITICS WILL TAKE A DIFFERENT TURN. THE THREE TIERS, EXECUTIVE, LEGISLATIVE AND THE JUDICIARY MOST BE INDEPENDENT FOR ANY MEANINGFUL DEMOCRACY TO FUNCTION.
PRAISE TO EMERGING INDEPENDENT JUDICIARY OF AFRICAN STATES.
TO ALL OF YOU WHO HAVE BEEN CONTRIBUTINT YOUR COMMENTS , I SAY THANK YOU VERY MUCH, POLITICS AND STATE CRAFT IS COMPLEX. YOU HAVE ALL SHOWN YOUR LOVE FOR YOUR COUNTRY BY PARTICIPATING IN THE DEBATES AND THE DISCUSSIONS.
EMOTIONAL WE HAVE BEEN AT TIMES , BUT ALL THE SAME INVOLVED, WHAT GREAT CAMEROONIANS ARE HERE.
TO THE POST, I SAY JUST ONE WORD, CONTINUE. THE THIRD REPUBLIC IS IN OUR HANDS, WE WILL MAKE OR MAR, BUT ONE THING IS CERTAIN, IT SHALL NOT BE THE SAME, BLESS YOU ALL AND GOD BLESS CAMEROON. AMEN

DR TAN

DEAR ALL
MAJOR MISTAKES CORRECTED
1 NIGERIAN JUDICIARY IN ATIKU CASE.
2 AFRICAN JUDICIARY , NOT AMERICAN
THANKS DR TAN

Shalom

Independence of the Judiciary indeed? Wait until when it will become CPDM vs SDF or other major party that matters. Then the Attorney General, lawyers and president will not oppose each other. This was an internal issue. Why do you think the cases brought by the SDF in the Nfoundi where there is a systematic disenfranchising of "settlers" will never come up? If at all it will be rejected before it is called.

Louis

This is typical of Cameroon, I live in the western world, politics here is entertaining and full of humour and
make alot of sense, but in Cameroon, politics is meant for people to
play around with, i think if we could come up with constructive ideas to see how we can rescue our darling fatherland from the hands of this dictators then the better.
Where on earth will you see this happening? apart of Cameroon.
I'll start proposing some ideas whenever i write next.
Thanks
Louis UK

Louis

This is typical of Cameroon, I live in the western world, politics here is entertaining and full of humour and
make alot of sense, but in Cameroon, politics is meant for people to
play around with, i think if we could come up with constructive ideas to see how we can rescue our darling fatherland from the hands of this dictators then the better.
Where on earth will you see this happening? apart of Cameroon.
I'll start proposing some ideas whenever i write next.
Thanks
Louis UK

simplice

Many thanks for your contributions.Nay, let's all "Become the Change we Want".Preaching and Teaching by example should be much more welcoming in this forum.To this preoccupation, I have one question;"when are those angels in the diaspora going back Cameroon to set an example?". Please don't get me wrong,I apprecaite all coment posted here, but prefer "pragmatism".Until words are backed by actions, I'll always consider them inconsiquential. We don't start demonstrating our love for a fatherland on the political lanscape.At any given point in time if a compatroit, be he/she home or abroad has done nothing socially worthy to help the needy and instruct the ignorant;whom he/she criticises, then he's a hypocrite. Let's stop criticing and consider some action.

Nka

Simplice, you might have well said it all. But you should not forget how the system back home is, the terrain as carved out by the system which we are criticizing is making it difficult for individuals to develop anything. Before you left you know how it was and it has not been long, only challenge our compatriots to rally force and advocate for a total overhaul of the machineries of the various organs of government and educate the masses on how to safeguard these machineries. Only then can we hope for the better and start talking of real politics.

Concerning the accounting of events leading to yet another farce in the name of elections in Cameroon, The post, even though it has the credit for always informing us, is failing either by commission or omission to place the real cards on the table. By failing to explain how the petitions of the SDF did not even appeared on the court's list on that date, but rather explained what decisions where taken on the others, you seem to be giving the impression that the Judiciary is sane which is not the case. We all know that what matters today no matter what opinions people hold, the duel in any election is between CPDM and SDF. Granted that the judiciary is sane as you are insinuating now then we should accept tomorrow when it will validate the already prepared results for the upcoming elections without protest. I expect your future accounts to be more critical.

Kukuru Nsoh

what if it is the same stupid president who gives the orders to the same judges to place Doh on such a disgrace list.
It is but normal for such to happen so as to rekindle the trust of some foolish Cameroonians. Life has never been so perfect, it all matters on what the individuals do, if he can't be sent to jail, is is coz his over lord and master wants it so. U know what, Cameroon will be as it is, themore we ask for change, the more we ask for war, have we ever thought of what the Arabs ( Northerns) are capable of doing, see the abilities of their brothers in Iraq, they are just on the verge of revenge. Let's not be fooled by what Biya is doing, there is a geater war cominf, use your eyes and u would see more than u think u can..
There is no dual between the cpdm and the sdf, it is just a paper work dual, what we have from physical view is not what is deep rooted in the marrows of those who call themselves barons.......

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