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Ma Mary

La Republique studiously avoids trying people like Prof Chia, Fon Dinka, Mr Nfor, Hon Luma, Justice Ebong, Mr Akwanga and others for "seccession" but uses its nuisance laws against assembly to try to keep people off balance.

mk the southerner

I remember 2004 when I was arrested or say baptized in to the SCNC by the then company commander for the region, at the commercial avenue distributing SCNC articles. While at the brigat-ter and on the first of October 2005 when we hosted the flag at the food market. I pleaded and cried to be charge under section 111 for secession. But what the frogs could say was on lawful gathering even on the 7th of may 2006 the charges where the same. I have been pleading for this prestigeus charge, given to the able professor Chia, but it would not came. But all I KNOW IS THAT TOMORROW dont be surprise that the frogs will change this charge over night. At least any Southern Cameroonian who have been given this charge is always happy but only the state council will change the charges over night, because know document put the two Cameroons as one.
when we left the prison on the 31st of may 2006 together with Mr Mbinglo Hidler the
Northern Zonal Chairman with the charges advocating for secession and hostilities against the stat. we have been waiting with joy of heroism for the case which came not, just to be informed that it has been thrown out of court. What a country.
Prof go ahead Southern Cameroonian leaders of tomorrow our with you.

Apongwu

Prof, If you belief you are right then you should go ahead.I do hope you are a learnet prof and should know what you are saying.Do not allow youirself to be corrupted by the so called corrupt officials of the state.I think if the law is applied rightly with all text put in place then u must be having a point.

mbangnilun

Pipou, I was privileged to have been taught by Prof Chia, on the outskirts of Aghem: anyone who knows this soft-spoken, meticulous steel-biter, will not be surprised that he has taken the Yaounde Gang head-on. As a philosopher, he is simply obsessed with the root of what is anathema in Yaounde -- TRUTH -- and it will require more than a kangaroo court to make him blink. One of the most exciting topics he taught us dealt with the Ontological Question. Reading this into the charge against him, one can conclude that Prof Chia is concerned this time with arguments that prove the existence of, yes, Cameroon.

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