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I beg to difer with the author of this article. I think US has very little powers over Cameroon as a teritory.There seem to be that respect to France and that is the reason why your dream US intervention will remain vocal as it has been. However, I will want to predict the doom day is at hand. Though very much predicted, belief me or not,Cameroonians are still docile to stand the amour preparation from the supressive government.They know what the issue is and how the people feel, they are better ready to exhaust possible outcomes on their drawing board in case and just in case.

My prediction.
The present ordeal Cameroonians are plunged into has not got any recent day reference in modern history:not the like of Charles,Olusegun or Kybaki! no, not even the freezy of Sudan. But like an aggravated fire that can not burn when set on shield, soon, and ofcourse very soon, when the lion man must be satisfy he has conquer all fears and render Cameroonians cowards, just like SUMAMGURU, the spot he forgets to protect will be sorted.Then all around him, even the water to quench the fire will become burning fuel.

I sure think, his doom, pray not that,is by him, to the ones he trust, a shameful fall, like a bird, a mighty lion falls.The bearer of bad message does not necessarily like the message, just sent to deliver it as it seems.

CPDM die heart militant.
I am in pains, if only I speak from my heart I am against it to but now and only now I support the Constitutional Ammendment for not only a monarchial set up but for an immortal presidency!!!


Supporting a constitutional amendment in Cameroon is something great but when people stick to article 6.2, we begin to raise eyebrows as to their real intentions! Who are these majority that the national milkman talked about in his New Year noise? This also raises questions as to the validity of claims of motions of support that are written by two or three CPDM crooks but aired on CRTV as "the people of Ntarikon have pledged 100% support to the life long presidency of Mr. Man".

I can imagine why anyone who talks about old age and memory failure, he is questioned by secret killer squads and warned not to talk for "the people" but when that same individual sings praises to lazy folks it is seen as from the people of the South West Province.

For how long shall we continue to fool ourselves that age is not on our side? God bless Cameroon

red flag


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