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tomshow

This fool has schedule this conference at the right time when people will be distracted with Youth Day Preparations and the African Cup of Nations.People will be distracted more should in case the Lions Qualify for the final stage.I pray God,that they should not qualify for the second round for people to keep aside beer and football analysis for a while and focus more on political issues.
We are waiting for those Section Presidents who are excited to travell to Yaounde.They will meet their doom in their constituencies.We are waiting for them upon return with hot water.Hope they have seen what is going on Kenya.Biya will not succeed,he is waisting time.ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!

Ahadji

OPERATION 5 MILLION SIGNATURES AGAINST THE AMMENDMENT OF ARTICLE 6(2) OF THE 1996 CONSTITUTION IS ON IN ALL VILLAGES IN CAMEROON. The panic is already on. Please Cameroonians, let the preassure go on. Ten million is not enough to solve a single Cameroonian’s problems. If an MP or section president will take home 10 million to canvass for grass root support, then it’s all a waste of time because this money is not enough to feed himselve not to talk of his family. The CPDM and it allies will have to pay the price for destroying Cameroon by corrupting even pigs to dig mud. Let the CPDM put to use the 2000 milliards they have embezzled over the last 10 years. We may even accept another CPDM candidate as president of Cameroon, not Paul Biya. We Say NO TO ANY AMMENDMENT OF ARTICLE 6(2) OF THE 1996 CONSTITUTION. Since we have been band from expressing our discontent publicly on this issue, we promise hell to any one who will come out to manifest for a constitutional change. Be warned.

Ahadji

31st January 2008
This is an extract from the CPDM website where voters who are all CPDM militants and access this site via an authentication system, are asked three questions on the state of the CPDM today. http://www.rdpcpdm.cm/pollBooth.php?op=results&pollID=1
Here are the results.
Le RDPC aujourd'hui
est meilleur 16.67 % (20)

peut faire mieux 31.67 % (38)

est médiocre 51.67 % (62)


Commentaries:
ONLY 16.67 % say the CPDM is best today. This class is made up of those who are either in government and who lute our treasuries and will like the system to stay in place so they can continue with their mischievous acts. 83.33 % think that the CPDM is not doing well or is a very bad party.
By inference therefore only 16.67 % of the CPDM population is asking for an amendment of article 6(2) of the 1996 constitution against 83.33% who are against it. Is this what Mr. Paul Biya calls a popular call from his party?
The population of Cameroon is about 18 million inhabitants. The country has 1.5 million CPDM supporter based on the last rigged twin elections results and only 16.67 % of these support a constitutional amendment of article 6(2) of the 1996 constitution, bringing their effective number to 250,050 persons (about 1.4 % of the total population of Cameroon). Is this the popular calls according to Mr. Paul Biya?
These figures clearly show that the CPDM has never won any elections in Cameroon except through rigging and it has illegitimately imposed itself to Cameroonians.
How can we expect an economic growth when the right persons are not in control?
How can we expect a salary increase when 18 million people work for 250,050 persons?

OPERATION 5 MILLION SIGNATURES AGAINST THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE 6(2) OF THE 1996 CONSTITUTION IS ON IN ALL VILLAGES IN CAMEROON. LET THE GRASS ROOT BE MOBILIZED. WE CANNOT SIT TO SEE OUR FUTURE, AND THOSE OF OUR CHILDREN AND CHILDREN’S CHILDREN DESTROYED BY Mr. Paul BIYA and 250,049 PERSONS.

WE (17,749,950 PERSONS REPRESENTING 98.62 % OF THE POPULATION OF CAMEROON) SAY NO TO ANY AMMENDMENT OF ARTICLE 6(2) OF THE 1996 CONSTITUTION.

SINCE WE HAVE BEEN PREVENTED FROM EXPRESSING OUR DISCONTENT PUBLICLY ON THIS ISSUE, WE PROMISE HELL TO ANY ONE WHO WILL DARE TO COME OUT TO MANIFEST FOR A CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGE.
BE WARNED.

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How often do we hear complaints from the police investigating some crime that they are facing a "wall of silence", that "someone out there" has vital evidence which out of fear or a misplaced sense of loyalty they are refusing to report? Have the courage to come forward is the message: your public duty comes before your personal concerns.

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How often do we hear complaints from the police investigating some crime that they are facing a "wall of silence", that "someone out there" has vital evidence which out of fear or a misplaced sense of loyalty they are refusing to report? Have the courage to come forward is the message: your public duty comes before your personal concerns.

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How often do we hear complaints from the police investigating some crime that they are facing a "wall of silence", that "someone out there" has vital evidence which out of fear or a misplaced sense of loyalty they are refusing to report? Have the courage to come forward is the message: your public duty comes before your personal concerns.

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How often do we hear complaints from the police investigating some crime that they are facing a "wall of silence", that "someone out there" has vital evidence which out of fear or a misplaced sense of loyalty they are refusing to report? Have the courage to come forward is the message: your public duty comes before your personal concerns.

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How often do we hear complaints from the police investigating some crime that they are facing a "wall of silence", that "someone out there" has vital evidence which out of fear or a misplaced sense of loyalty they are refusing to report? Have the courage to come forward is the message: your public duty comes before your personal concerns.

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How often do we hear complaints from the police investigating some crime that they are facing a "wall of silence", that "someone out there" has vital evidence which out of fear or a misplaced sense of loyalty they are refusing to report? Have the courage to come forward is the message: your public duty comes before your personal concerns.

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How often do we hear complaints from the police investigating some crime that they are facing a "wall of silence", that "someone out there" has vital evidence which out of fear or a misplaced sense of loyalty they are refusing to report? Have the courage to come forward is the message: your public duty comes before your personal concerns.

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How often do we hear complaints from the police investigating some crime that they are facing a "wall of silence", that "someone out there" has vital evidence which out of fear or a misplaced sense of loyalty they are refusing to report? Have the courage to come forward is the message: your public duty comes before your personal concerns.

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How often do we hear complaints from the police investigating some crime that they are facing a "wall of silence", that "someone out there" has vital evidence which out of fear or a misplaced sense of loyalty they are refusing to report? Have the courage to come forward is the message: your public duty comes before your personal concerns.

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How often do we hear complaints from the police investigating some crime that they are facing a "wall of silence", that "someone out there" has vital evidence which out of fear or a misplaced sense of loyalty they are refusing to report? Have the courage to come forward is the message: your public duty comes before your personal concerns.

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How often do we hear complaints from the police investigating some crime that they are facing a "wall of silence", that "someone out there" has vital evidence which out of fear or a misplaced sense of loyalty they are refusing to report? Have the courage to come forward is the message: your public duty comes before your personal concerns.

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How often do we hear complaints from the police investigating some crime that they are facing a "wall of silence", that "someone out there" has vital evidence which out of fear or a misplaced sense of loyalty they are refusing to report? Have the courage to come forward is the message: your public duty comes before your personal concerns.

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How often do we hear complaints from the police investigating some crime that they are facing a "wall of silence", that "someone out there" has vital evidence which out of fear or a misplaced sense of loyalty they are refusing to report? Have the courage to come forward is the message: your public duty comes before your personal concerns.

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How often do we hear complaints from the police investigating some crime that they are facing a "wall of silence", that "someone out there" has vital evidence which out of fear or a misplaced sense of loyalty they are refusing to report? Have the courage to come forward is the message: your public duty comes before your personal concerns.

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How often do we hear complaints from the police investigating some crime that they are facing a "wall of silence", that "someone out there" has vital evidence which out of fear or a misplaced sense of loyalty they are refusing to report? Have the courage to come forward is the message: your public duty comes before your personal concerns.

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How often do we hear complaints from the police investigating some crime that they are facing a "wall of silence", that "someone out there" has vital evidence which out of fear or a misplaced sense of loyalty they are refusing to report? Have the courage to come forward is the message: your public duty comes before your personal concerns.

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How often do we hear complaints from the police investigating some crime that they are facing a "wall of silence", that "someone out there" has vital evidence which out of fear or a misplaced sense of loyalty they are refusing to report? Have the courage to come forward is the message: your public duty comes before your personal concerns.

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