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vextoj

mr bello u are gradually having the appetite for `food' `and drinks' provided by the cpdm and biya.
u seem to contented with those scrape numbers of seats(6)in parliament. that is how u northerners have alway been-confused like us sheep

rexon

Mr Bello Bouba is a clear hypocrite. These are the type of people the regime in Yaounde have used over the years to influence a distrust in the ideologies of several opposition figures. His romance with the CPDM has hit hard on NJFN 's ability to govern the country. He, Kodock, Dakole Daisalla, Antar Gassagay, etc who fronted fake opposition parties in La Republique betrayed the trust the people had on the opposition. In my opinion, they are part of the reason for the voters apathy in that French enclave.

Delors

What do we expect from a sheep like bello bouba.

FRITZANE KIKI

Mr Bouba Bello go tell your fellow co-opposition party leaders like Daisala,Kodock,Gasagay etc that,when poor policy produces bad results it's often painfully easy to recognise inadequate leadership.You people have betrayed and ripped your people from their dreams,underminding their confidence by going into a ficticious alliance with the ruling party.Sellout politicians like you have only aided the ruling party to hijack the electoral system with their fraudulent and deceitful majority.We know as ministers you people always go behind closed doors and have secret sessions with the president.Little doubt you have hand in the constitutional amemdments plans.

Incidentally Cameroonians already know who you people are;suicidal leaders,those pick-pocketed administrators of the Bi Mvondo's clique disguised as opposition leaders.You have added pepper to the already deplorable and corrupt government.A government riddled with misconcepetions and recently reports says 400 Billion frs of fraud has been uncovered.Nothing good comes from this government.Please Bouba et al do what is right for the public and the benefit of the country.We need developmental changes for fundamental problems both in the opposition parties and the ruling government but not a constitutional change;article 6.2 in particular.

Fritzane Kiki
S.Korea

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