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Mburlih


This article is mediocre both in form and content. The editor of the Post Online should wake up or loose its international audience.

Eyengue

This is how the SDF planned to rule Cameroon. We're going to get all their dirt soon. Corrupt officials who are quick to point to the CPDM, whereas, they are the same coin with different faces. I maintain SDF = CPDM.

Ahadji

Generally, the society and those you interact with either make you a corrupt or a decent man. The SDF has been able to investigate and punish corrupt individuals found guilty of these crimes. In addition, during the nomination of candidates for elective offices, the SDF has allowed the population to freely sanction by way of vote those that or corrupt. These actions with the SDF make those who have the desire to be corrupt to shun it. The rumours on Hon. Awudu are being investigated both by the party and the population, and if found guilty, he will receive the same treatment.
The CPDM lead by Paul Biya only sanction party members who manifest the desire to lead the party, or to become Head of State, or criticize the activities of the party, or those who implicate Paul Biya or his family in corruption scandals. I will not give examples because they are many and all Cameroonians know them. Furthermore, the population is not allowed to freely sanction corrupt individuals by way of vote. This was glaring during the last reorganization exercise of the basic organs of the CPDM party. It has been more glaring in past elections and especially during the last twin elections when the peoples’ wish to change the present corrupt and useless regime of Paul Biya was manipulated by MINATD.
So Mr. Eyengue, your theory that SDF = CPDM is a scientific lie. Please try to change for the better.

Ahadji

In addition Mr. Eyengue, I am not also a native speaker of the English language and will never claim to master it. What I master is my dialect, Hausa.

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