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Dinga paul owona

The era for deals is over.Biya must quit whether he likes it or not.The Cameroonian people must get up to see that an effective change is brought into the political scene for a better future of our children and development of the nation.its time Biya knowa that mysticism has no more power over the people of Cameroon and the next election must see him out of office.There are lots of educated Cameroonians with enough experience to take this nation to the next level.Cameroon is not an exclusive property of an individual or group of individuals.We must denounce every attempt to change any clause in the constitution to his favour.we must see into it that an independent electoral commission is set up outside the ministry of territorial administration.
God is no more on his side and even the cosmic forces will not act to his favour.The Churches got to share in this responsibility that our country move forward.Not the kind of cosmetic changes claimed to be effected by traitors that have succeeded plunging the country into total uselessness,changes vices to virtues.A cameroonian child is unable to distinguish good from bad.
This is the time for change


Glenn Wilson

Not that there is anything funny about having Popaul hanging around. (click below)

Comedy “Biya admits Failure“

Brain

Paul Biya, you have to accept that you were given a long rope to draw and you have reached its edge. You seem failing to see that you do not have any more time left. You have to go, whether you want it or not. The moment has come when change must be effected unconditionally. It would be great if you can realise this before it becomes too late. Do not waste more government coffers because you will be merely adding more hell on your head. Remember that justice awaits you. I know that you are smart, so use your brains properly this time and do not commit more awful errors.

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