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Thursday, 23 August 2007

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Ottou

Greedy CPDM Mp's want culmulative positions. let them also eye the position of head of state.
There should be change at the helm of the hemi cycle. Let an anglophone be norminated by the lion man and smkoed screen voted by the CPDM greedy MPs.
Inoni Ephraim Akwan should now be having lots of thoughts about what possibilities.

UnitedStatesofAfrica

Without a doubt, the SDF has completely failed the Cameroonian people. The SCNC on the other hand, lacks the necessary skills, capacity, charisma, strategic force and diplomacy to execute their goals, that's for a fact. The other opposition parties in Cameroon are completely inexistent. They just sit and do nothing but to admire the political scene. Biya on the other hand, is growing more powerful and stocking up his arsenel. Cameroonians are tired of the same old stories presented by these lame dog opposition parties? for long must we suffer? how long? we need a party that will end this tyranny, we need a party that can end this madness. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!!!!!!

mccarthy

I still dont understand why a lot of people have blinded themselves to the politics of Cameroon, looking at events with no thought of what history has to say!! Whether the SDF participated in the elections or not, there should have still held and the other parties should have contested!!! Whether they went to parliament or not, the others with even lesser sits should have gone in!!! The lessons from 1992 and 1997, and the actions of Bello Bouba et al should have indicated that there is still tact and skill in the SDF, they have a strategy they are following, which will come to fruition some day!! Cameroon needs discipline and dedication, something that has taken the SDF 2 parliamentary mandates to institute in Cameroon, and that has set the ball roling, everyone of them is talking to toeing party lines and ideology, which was endorsed by Cameroonians, which is in their supreme interest...that is what I call the rule of law, which a lot of people need to learn!!! Well like they say, one honest soldier can do what 100 can not accomplish, they need to work really hard. With a lone sit Ekindi is celebrating a triumphant entry, what does that have to tell?? That he would turn down a ministerial appointment??? Does the SDF in particular need to join Biya's government before it is known as a coalition?? What of his presidential majority allies in the likes of Bello Bouba?? Let him just maintain them or give into the requirements of the SDF of a broad base government.

mccarthy

I still dont understand why a lot of people have blinded themselves to the politics of Cameroon, looking at events with no thought of what history has to say!! Whether the SDF participated in the elections or not, there should have still held and the other parties should have contested!!! Whether they went to parliament or not, the others with even lesser sits should have gone in!!! The lessons from 1992 and 1997, and the actions of Bello Bouba et al should have indicated that there is still tact and skill in the SDF, they have a strategy they are following, which will come to fruition some day!! Cameroon needs discipline and dedication, something that has taken the SDF 2 parliamentary mandates to institute in Cameroon, and that has set the ball roling, everyone of them is talking to toeing party lines and ideology, which was endorsed by Cameroonians, which is in their supreme interest...that is what I call the rule of law, which a lot of people need to learn!!! Well like they say, one honest soldier can do what 100 can not accomplish, they need to work really hard. With a lone sit Ekindi is celebrating a triumphant entry, what does that have to tell?? That he would turn down a ministerial appointment??? Does the SDF in particular need to join Biya's government before it is known as a coalition?? What of his presidential majority allies in the likes of Bello Bouba?? Let him just maintain them or give into the requirements of the SDF of a broad base government.

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