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Thursday, 30 August 2007

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Kumbaboy

This case is going to collapse and expose commercial inexperience on the prosection side.

Is the prosecution going to sue politicians in Japan who aided Mitsue & Co into the contract in exchange for political contributions? This case is a waste of time.

KB

simplice

Please smoke out those thieves from their holes and make justice the matter. We want the likes of Gerald Ondo Ndong to face the light of history during their life time.

UnitedStatesofAfrica

Is this news? if they want to hold politicians accountable for corruption then almost all politicians in the Cameroon political scene are going down. Once again, nothing will be done and everything will pass. OPPOSITION IN CAMEROON, WHERE ARE YOU??????????

Elvovo South Africa

This is pure nonsense. I strongly believe there is no case here. before we know it, the President will have to come in. My question is what about the other Eleven 11 arrested in Siyams case? they seem to have nothing to say, then keep them there. May they be released pls.

Ted

Has one time fomer minister Augustine Kontcho ever been asked to account for the millions that disappeared in a suitcase under his care on a plane to the US? Are they waiting for his death before asking?

felix

This is a case of chasing the wind and trying to catch it with bear hands.
The Cameroon justice department needs a very very long way to go before it will come to age.

andre fokam

I think the prosecution is right on its approach, we need to know what happened with the 7 billions! After all, the people of Cameroon will have to pay it back (mind you, it was a loan!). even if we cannot get it back, it may help us to improve the way loan and contract are negociated, and may be it may exposed shaddys deal and dealers.

Andre Fokam

Kumbaboy

Andre,

Give us a minute. Are you saying 37% is bad profit margin for Mitsue & Co? If you were Chairman of Mitsue & Co, what would you be seeking in negotiations on such a contract?

This case is a waste of time. It is full of vindictiveness against Mr. Siewe forgetting that he did a good job to get cash from Japan to the French to furnish the seaport of Douala.

Had Victoria been made a seaport, in respect of its natural and sand-free harbour, there would be no such loans being channelled to the French to dredge sand off Douala harbour. That is the heart of the matter and it exposes the ignorance of the Francophone political leadership in Cameroon.

KB

Akoson

Dearest Southern Cameroonians,

We recovered from China's censorship a week ago. I'm glad to be here again.

Culled from Camnetwork.

Fellow Southern Cameroonians,

The very vocal and active Camnetter Duke Ebogo Titus Ngwa who often corresponds from Clevaland, OHIO was arrested on Thursday August 30th, 2007 at about 4:30 pm in Yaounde, LRC. By Gendarmerie forces of LRC.

Mr Ngwa a Southern Cameroons nationalist was arrested in Melen Yaounde as we both travelled from Buea to Yaounde to coordinate a grouping of Southern Cameroons Youths in Yaounde for a planned visit to the SCNC Head Quaters in Bamenda. In an incident that apparently seem to be a tip-off, Mr Ngwa and I were stopped in a taxi boarded from Mvan and heading for Biyem'Assi in Yaounde. With a SCAPO face cap on and a white T-Shirt carrying the Southern Cameroons Flag with a very conspicuous FRSC boll-faced on the T-shirt, though worn under a Black Jacket, he was forced out of the car and conveyed to only "God alone Knows".

Mr Ngwa is a youth in his mid to late twenties and a graduate from the University of Buea. He lives in Cleveland, USA and has writen about the Southern Cameroons Cause in his publication "Tears of the Destitute: The Southern Cameroons in the hands of LRC". He arrived Buea the Southern Cameroons about a forthnight ago to finalise site arrangement for the shooting of a movie "Inside the Presidency" (Authored by Him and believed to be curled from Biya's Blood Power Lotion). Mr Ngwa is also reputed for coordinating a group of Youths from the Bafut LGA to the SCNC Head Quaters last year for a greater inside education on the Southern Cameroons Cause. He is prominent in his philosophy that the Youths Must Join the struggle for the Restoration of the Southern Cameroons or Bimbia Republic since they are the ones who stand to benefit from it.

By this, I wish to call on the Southern Cameroonians and sympathisers of the Southern Cameroons' Cause to put pressure on the forces of LRC to disclose where he is detained for easy access to legal proceedings.
Thanks

Sone John
+237 75 17 76 82

The SON.

Akoson

Dearest Southern Cameroonians,

We recovered from China's censorship a week ago. I'm glad to be here again.

Culled from Camnetwork.

Fellow Southern Cameroonians,

The very vocal and active Camnetter Duke Ebogo Titus Ngwa who often corresponds from Clevaland, OHIO was arrested on Thursday August 30th, 2007 at about 4:30 pm in Yaounde, LRC. By Gendarmerie forces of LRC.

Mr Ngwa a Southern Cameroons nationalist was arrested in Melen Yaounde as we both travelled from Buea to Yaounde to coordinate a grouping of Southern Cameroons Youths in Yaounde for a planned visit to the SCNC Head Quaters in Bamenda. In an incident that apparently seem to be a tip-off, Mr Ngwa and I were stopped in a taxi boarded from Mvan and heading for Biyem'Assi in Yaounde. With a SCAPO face cap on and a white T-Shirt carrying the Southern Cameroons Flag with a very conspicuous FRSC boll-faced on the T-shirt, though worn under a Black Jacket, he was forced out of the car and conveyed to only "God alone Knows".

Mr Ngwa is a youth in his mid to late twenties and a graduate from the University of Buea. He lives in Cleveland, USA and has writen about the Southern Cameroons Cause in his publication "Tears of the Destitute: The Southern Cameroons in the hands of LRC". He arrived Buea the Southern Cameroons about a forthnight ago to finalise site arrangement for the shooting of a movie "Inside the Presidency" (Authored by Him and believed to be curled from Biya's Blood Power Lotion). Mr Ngwa is also reputed for coordinating a group of Youths from the Bafut LGA to the SCNC Head Quaters last year for a greater inside education on the Southern Cameroons Cause. He is prominent in his philosophy that the Youths Must Join the struggle for the Restoration of the Southern Cameroons or Bimbia Republic since they are the ones who stand to benefit from it.

By this, I wish to call on the Southern Cameroonians and sympathisers of the Southern Cameroons' Cause to put pressure on the forces of LRC to disclose where he is detained for easy access to legal proceedings.
Thanks

Sone John
+237 75 17 76 82

The SON.

Kumbaboy

Akoson,

Were you VISA'ed to enter LRC proper? Some common sense is needed to avoid falling into LRC's security dragnet. Mr Ngwa must be at a BMM Kondengui underground cell and being tortured.

KB

Tombele

I agree with Andre Fokam, this case exposes how far crooks will go to launder stolen money. The prosecution should look into Sewe's finances, at home abroad in Japan, where ever and pressure the remaining witnesses to divulge what they know. It also exposes without doubt or proof positive that these international companies are helping in the underdevelopment of Africa and impoverishing the people. Who would have known that razel and a japanese company were involved. Forensic accounts can now learn where to look in future cases.

Tombele

I agree with Andre Fokam, this case exposes how far crooks will go to launder stolen money. The prosecution should look into Sewe's finances, at home abroad in Japan, where ever and pressure the remaining witnesses to divulge what they know. It also exposes without doubt or proof positive that these international companies are helping in the underdevelopment of Africa and impoverishing the people. Who would have known that razel and a japanese company were involved. Forensic accounts can now learn where to look in future cases.

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