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Monday, 28 January 2008

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Mr. Pinah, what had you to say apart from praising Ignatius the almighty treasurer and the powerful president of the cameroon people's rally for the so called (special constituency). After all a Bafanji man has rendered himself a seconclass person in that area and they are prepared to go back to the village and deceive their own people for their positions in the name of the fire party. Mr. Pinah have you people forgotten that Ignatius financed the war that destroyed the whole of your village. Shame on to you. How do you stand in Balikumbat like your other brothers and praise a balikumbat man crossing the blood of the people that they killed in your village. Could you not also be the president of that so called special constituency. This is how I define special constituency: It's a special reward given to some people for killing , betraying, torturing and selling out their own people and balikumbat and santa are clear examples. North West is in pieces today thanks to balikumbat and santa with doh and achidi as leaders. History shall hold them responsible. Mr. Pinah since you people forced the bafanji people to vote for the fire party as many times as they could, what has barmi given to your village people. When shall a bali man vote for your village man for any position. You people are back in your various government offices waiting for more promotions leaving the bafanjie people in theri constant sufferings. The question is will the bafanji people realize that they are being fooled every year by the small group of so called elites who live in Bamenda.........

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