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Funny, SDF, filing a petition to the presidency of the republic, to the leader of that corrupt junta, and they expect a positive result. Funny, that someone resigning from the CPDM to contest under the banner of the SDF, funny indeed. Sooner or later, we shall see the true colours of some of these people.

All these stupid talk about lists, disqualification, Doh, Bla, bla, bla is all very provocative. We all know the truth and want the truth to prevail. Politicians cannot take us for fools. They must know that we are not fools and know the truth. Let them rig their elections and let their opposition help them colour their democracy, rather than coming here to always lie to us with their endless tale of rhetoric.


This might be funny as Rexon is saying but I would say there is a logic in what is going on in Cameroon today.

The way I see it ,it is a marked improvement in the level of Cameroon politics .We should know that our political opponents are not our enemies ,we all have the same goal which is a better Cameroon.And we shall always agree to disagree over our thoughts.

I would like to address this especially to Rexon ,from your comments above ,I want to say that it is just the way the system wants to play it.They want it to appear as if they are there for the entire nation.It is but logical for the SDF to go to the presidency afterall, it is the presidency of Cameroonians irrespective of your party ,and Biya is the president of all Cameroonians irrespective of the way he got to the preidency.He is the only official president of Cameroon and so we still have to respect him.We can criticise his policies or whatever he does to any extent but we must not forget that he is our president.

I guess I'm trying to say that any party has the right to asked help from the state in any legal situation provided it is permited by law.We should not forget that whatever we do in the name of politics is for the benfit of the masses .If we engage in a politics of division( hatred and enemity towards political opponents) we are not going to do any good to our nation. I mean that we should be divided in methodes or political ideologies but united for the benefit of the Nation.We should do the right things that are recommended by our law .It it just a respect of the laws of the land not a favour from CPDM.Besides there's no need killing your brother simply because his ideas are different from yours.

Long live Cameroon.

Y. Maurice Martin

Cameroon as any country has a Destiny that can never been stop by the CPDM(let the CPDM and its junks of corrupt officials know this. Let them note that destiny can only be delay and can never be stop. Let the Head of State react promptly to all the pertitions that have been filed in by the Limbe-SDF ellectoral district, for justice denied is justice delay

Yuh Maurice Martin
Tiko - Cameroon

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