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Njei M. Timah

It is exciting news to learn that the fugitive Fon Doh (or is it ex-Fon) was nabbed at the border trying to flee to Nigeria. What a double humiliation!
Njei M.T

Danny Boy

He should be summarily sent back to jail for the full term of his sentence. What a loss in PR terms to the opposition parties in Cameroon.
This man is the devil incarnate, an embodiment of Biya and his ruling CPDM party. A regime rotten to the core. Fon Doh is the errant maggot from this rotten apple or should it be banana?
We need people like Fon Doh. Like Hitler before him, the world has become a better place to live in, especially to us Africans.
The second world war precipitated decolonisation, thanks to Hitler of course. That is what I am talking about.
Blessed be Cameroon.

Y. Maurice Martin

The evil that men do lives after them. While in power Please remeber this.People are more getting closer to and being use to the language that ''he that pays the piper, calls the tune'', but remember that values are gradualy changing hands. No one can never stop a Bannana from getiing ripe. While knowing that God is alive, let wait and see.

Yuh Maurice Martin
Tiko, S W Province
Cameroon

Shalom

Who says Doh has pronounced the final word. He fights everything that comes his way. It started with the opposition, the the North West Fons, then the CPDM, and the.. He will next fight Dipanda, the Minister and when he is done with the, Biya will be the next target. It is rather unfortunate for us in Cameroon that he loses every battle he engages in. Otherwise he could be the one to save us from Biya's pawns. But he will lose it all and then fight himself and cone to reality.
"La vie est un combat"

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