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Abesong John

Who is this Modi guy? I am loving this guy's courage to challenge the status quo. He may surely inspire those our chicken-hearted so called MPs. MPs for their stomachs yes, but MPs for the people, NO!

Ma Mary

Join Our Own Name Competition

kenedy Epie

Cavaye is the "Biya" of the national assembly. He will also leave whenever Mr. Biya leaves the Presidency. Cameroon styled democracy my ass!!
Shame on to intellectuals such as University dons who are part of the mess.
All i know is that God will deliver the country no sooner than later.

Delors

My dear brother do not talk about the socalled intellectuals of Cameroon. Some of them get professorship because of being part of the ruling junta in Cameroon. Intellectuals who make copies of other people's books and give it to students. Intellectuals who abandon classes for campaigns.One of our so called intellectual in the person of Ngolle Ngolle compared Cameroon democracy to that of the UK in regards to mandate limitation but intellectually failed to tell us how the two work. These fools you call them dons offer sexually transmitted degrees to female students.Ndongo is always nominating cavaye who bought northeners with money to vote and this news went across the world. You see cavaye talks with no dignity and lack of words to express himself but la paix nationale with his long acccent. House of sheep and goats

FIDELE

I can describe Hon. Modi as a cameroonian who cares for the deterioting political situation in cameroon. I know that others might take him for a joke, but one thing is that he is not afraid of anyone. i admire his courage for challenging Biya's illiterate stooges. One question i have always asked myself is: where are the top millitary men in this decaying country? i wonder if we can have a good sammaritan to take over that country and infuse a transparent polical atmosphere like what Gen. Abubakar did to the bloody abacha in nigeria. I tust God to help cameroon soon.

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