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Monday, 23 July 2007


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maybe our dear country needs to upgrade to electronic voting and then we can have free and fair elections. After every elections, there is always trouble, fights here and there. We kill our own brothers and sisters without looking to see who the main person/enemy is. We all know why people support CPDM, because they want to be eating free money and using the country's funds to make themselves rich. Why do people go to opposition parties? Because they want another opportunity, they want their voices heard. The questions we need to ask ourselves are," do we really want change? and if we do, why not team up as one big opposition party and fight against the CPDM? Teaming up here, will mean we are fighting for a common goal and course. As a southern Cameroonian, I believe to avoid all the conflicts we need to come as one and as southern Cameroonians not as SDF or ADP or whatever.We need one voice not many voices. Many voices will be like throwing water on a ducks back. common people, Do NOT FIGHT AMONG YOURSELVES, lest the common enemy will watch you and laugh and say; "look at those fools. They are fighting and arguing and killing themselves while I am enjoying their money."

Ma Mary

Last time la republique so blatantly rigged and manipulated elections, there was an increase of SDF people who became active members of the Southern Cameroons cause. We welcome wounded idealists back home. The cause might take some time, but we are not fooling ourselves that we are part of the fabric of la republique and could rule Yaounde. Rule Yde? Who came up with that one.


So sad to read such comments.It is time cameroonians accept that whether there is fraud or no fraud, the CPDM has a majority in Cameroon.The SDF had one chance but they did not use it.What cameroon needs is someone who is not self-centered and someone who has a vision.Someone who can gather masses, someone who can impliment changes.
I want to say that Cameroonians don't like change.Look at the houses,look at the roads, look at the market,.Since when I was a boy till today nothing has changed.Our living standards are poor.We are all tho blame for that.Because we are all innocent, we blame the Government.Change begins at home.Let us forget this talk about SCNC or CPDM and think first about our attitude.We should change our ways of thinking, improve or ways of living,impove our surroundings then think about changing the nation.SCNC.Who are they? Who is are their leaders? what are their plans?What have their achieved before.These are the very people who will stay in government the next 25 years when they are elected to rule Cameroon.Just look at SDF, no democracy since they started.John Fru Ndi is till leader after so years as chairman.I hear the same names every year,Ndam Njoya, FRU Ndi etc,What role are the youths playing in politics in Cameroon today?have they also been brain watched by the opposition?Wake up guys.

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