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LION

It is rather unfortunate that the present regime has cause Economic Stagnation, embezlers, and money lawndrers.

Lets keep us in our panel bited democracy, God is seeing all and shall surely lead us through one. No one in this regime is God and so can never hold it for too long, Time , Time, Time shall come

MASTERWEBBS

Biya is confused...

Aron

chja, we've been hearing this things alot from you Mr Fru Ndi. What makes hime think he is different from Massa Paul. They are all birds of the same feather. He (Pa Oaul) has been there for 26yrs and you(Pa Fru) for 18 yrs. Can't he be ashame holding that post for 18yrs? I can equate his followers to Massa Paul ministers. If Fru Ndi really wants to show Massa Paul how democratic he is, he should at least give the chairman to someone else.
Cameroonians need a youth Party not Ex-youth party.

Aron

chja, we've been hearing this things alot from you Mr Fru Ndi. What makes hime think he is different from Massa Paul. They are all birds of the same feather. He (Pa Paul) has been there for 26yrs and you(Pa Fru) for 18 yrs. Can't he be ashame holding that post for 18yrs? I can equate his followers to Massa Paul ministers. If Fru Ndi really wants to show Massa Paul how democratic he is, he should at least give the chairman to someone else.
Cameroonians need a youth Party not Ex-youth party.

Fon

Aron,
What stops you from creating and leading a youth´s party? Must a youth only lead the SDF before we get out of the present mess created by the CPDM.
The difference between Fru Ndi and Paul Biya is that another person, e.g like you can create another party and be chairman (the case of Fru Ndi) but nobody can be president again while Biya remains President. If Fru ís stopping someone who has the ability to lead the SDF, that person still has the opportunity to create, chair a party and do what Fru Ndi is stopping him from doing, e.g Ben Muna. This is not the case with Paul Biya, that is, nobody has the opportunity to do what Biya is blocking Cameroonians from doing. Got it?

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