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Monday, 19 November 2007


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Biya have given you the rope, and by your own greed, you will all hang yourselves with it.

Why can't you see the picture. You persist with your narrow visions, to look only after you and yours by continuing to support a morally wrong and corrupt regime. Open your eyes, and wake up from the trance that the man from etoudi have put you under, or else you and yours will have absolutely nothing from putting your blind faith and trust in him.

Prince Eseme

Although Ekale is my native man, i called him a fool. What has Biya done for the people of Kumba? nothing. He deserves to go and he must go. Ekale is only thinking about himself and not the local people. Can't he sees that Biya is a mobile corpse?Biya is very tired and maybe does not even has the intention to continue but stooges are there forcing him as if they cannot be president themself. All of you will all pay the price one day.


Ekale and all the political acolytes of the chop people them money(CPDM) will not long from now been engulfed by the wrath of social explosion that is going to take place in Cameroon.Another mandate for l'homme lion through a constitutional amendment will be the greatest scandal, if not, the crudest form of politcal manipulation that a frustrated regime can put in place.Give the grand frere of Mvomeka a few more years after 2011,he will use his lion trade mark to devour Cameroonians in the most Draconian manner.It will be the last and most catastrophic kick of a dying lion which will not spare even those who had lend him all the support.

The Patriot

When people get into high offices and they think the only way they can guarantee their stay there is by sending empty motions of support(with the help of the manipulated masses). Democracy in Africa means Yes Sir!!! We are very happy for having deplorable roads -Yes Sir!!
You people are so dull you can't even ask why development is slow to come -Thank you Sir!
There is time for everything, and i can feel it coming, coming, coming. When secondary school children muster the courage to go on strike hmmm; any smart person should smell it. Something is cooking; however we might not be able to enjoy the meal.

Send all the motions of support you can


Can somebody tell me why these motions of support are sent to the radio & television instead of to the Presidency?. Have the CPDM secretariat or the presidency not got a mail box that could be used to transmit all the motions of support by the so called pro Biya?
Emmanuel Chim

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