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Monday, 16 July 2007


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They have come again (the CPDM) and this time with the accomplise of had been most respected Nzenze Ewanoge.
Dear Kupe Muanenguba people, Ewanoge can tell you no other thing than the lies he is telling you now. He had held the truth some times when he was in the UNDP and realised that he could have not much to gain personally. This is why he easilly switched into the CPDM to be able to ripe at the detriment of the common Kupe Muanenguba man.
Is it not true that all his children are graduates of ENAM and the police school? Have you people ever cared to ask yourself why only his children? Why he not been include other children of K/M who are even more qualified than his?
I want to tell you that a vote for CPDM in K/M is a vote of more years of slavery and misery for the benefite of a few like Ewanoge. My pple, K/M had been very ignorant during the past but I am sure you have already learned a lesson. You are a people with no reads though there are unaccomplished promises of that during each campaigh period. do not be fooled this time or you will have yourselves to blame.
Biya has scratched the back of no peasant in K/M and so the CPDM does not merit any scratching too. The Ewanoges, Ngolle Ngolle and co owe him a scratch and not you.


I am glad children born and breath in Kupe Manenguba are now publicly denouncing the unscrupulous preaching of these bandits and armed robbers called politicians. They think they can keep fooling the poor and helpless people of Africa. Truly, Africa has been betrayed by its intellectuals. We never saw any of these criminals when our young brothers and sisters were shot, raped and maimed at the University of Buea. They were nowhere to be found. Instead, one of them rushed to London to start preaching to Bakweri people how they were shot because they were from Bamenda and were destroying buildings in Buea. Imagine a Professor like Elvis Ngolle Ngolle, using his model position to lure people into believing the unbelievable, that development can ever come from such talk as you scratch my back i scratch your own. What is the correlation between development and Biya? Is Biya development? and if he is, why underdevelopment during these years that he has been in power? Isnt it peoples rights to get some benefits in the form of development from their contribution to the national wealth? It is always a handful of unscrupulous intellectuals that Mr Biya always use to lie to our people.

They are causing the death of our brothers and sisters. Crumbling companies from here and there, destroying our resources without no human love for the people who are supposed to benefit from them. And when elections are coming up, they will buy rice, cows, salts and start fooling our people with them. We shall deal with these bandits and all their supporters when we take over our country. Nothing lasts forever.


Kupe muanenguba division where i have been a student to the best of my knowledge is the least develop division in the southwest province and politicians are there telling the local people lies and faul promises as they always do. There is no major road going to Nyasosso not to talk of the neigbouring villages. i was a student at GHS Nyasosso and we use to travelled on legs from Tombel to Nyasosso because there are no roads for vehicles to move and if you manage to get a vehicle going there, you just have to put your things and travel on legs and at that time, this very Ngolle,Ngolle was still minister. I'm appealing to the local populations not to listen to them b/c they are fighting for themselves and not for you.

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