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chopbrokehouse

ATTENTION,ATTENTION, ATTENTION. Here They Are Again:
PLEASE, i don't know where to attach my observation apropos reducing Limbe, the division head quarter of Fako to a satellite towm in Douala.
AAHH, they have come again as usuall in different shades. As mentioned in mutation newspaper, Dr Ntone, the government delegate to the Douala urban council indicated Limbe as an agricultural town whose produce will be transported for exportation via Douala river port as has hitherto been the case.I am convinced the elites of Fako and the South West Chiefs were not even consulted before this Sham colonization project.
After ruminating on the implications of reducing Limbe as part of Douala, it is crystal clear that in no-distance future all the taxes due Limbe from the prospective avalanche of companies will be paid to the Douala council as a starting point. Thereafter, we will be told that for harmonization limbe is promoted to littoral province.
"You can fool some people sometimes but not all people all the times". Yabassi elites are already screaming for not being selected as part of the project despite its located in littoral province.
However, if they are still too interested in south west province, then misselele or our once vibrant Tiko town are availabe to be developed under the Douala ?satellite towns project.
We VEHEMENTLY say NO sacrificing LIMBE whose DEEP SEAPORT when developped will enhance business activities of the province.


SWELA,SW chiefs, and all Anglopnes, please put your hands together and defend this noble course.
From Victoria to Limbe and now douala satellite town. LANGA OIL AND MONEY. E NO GO WORK.

chopbrokehouse

ATTENTION,ATTENTION, ATTENTION. Here They Are Again:
PLEASE, i don't know where to attach my observation apropos reducing Limbe, the division head quarter of Fako to a satellite towm in Douala.
AAHH, they have come again as usuall in different shades. As mentioned in mutation newspaper, Dr Ntone, the government delegate to the Douala urban council indicated Limbe as an agricultural town whose produce will be transported for exportation via Douala river port as has hitherto been the case.I am convinced the elites of Fako and the South West Chiefs were not even consulted before this Sham colonization project.
After ruminating on the implications of reducing Limbe as part of Douala, it is crystal clear that in no-distance future all the taxes due Limbe from the prospective avalanche of companies will be paid to the Douala council as a starting point. Thereafter, we will be told that for harmonization limbe is promoted to littoral province.
"You can fool some people sometimes but not all people all the times". Yabassi elites are already screaming for not being selected as part of the project despite its located in littoral province.
However, if they are still too interested in south west province, then misselele or our once vibrant Tiko town are availabe to be developed under the Douala ?satellite towns project.
We VEHEMENTLY say NO sacrificing LIMBE whose DEEP SEAPORT when developped will enhance business activities of the province.


SWELA,SW chiefs, and all Anglopnes, please put your hands together and defend this noble course.
From Victoria to Limbe and now douala satellite town. LANGA OIL AND MONEY. E NO GO WORK.

Tekum Mbeng

If Cameroonian Patriots in North America learnt that Camair was buying a BBJ 2 business jet, the intent would have been very clear despite the attempt to hide the deal. They would have brought public pressure to bear on Boeing Aircraft Corporation and exposed the duplicity of a tinpot dictator in Yaounde.

A country then fighting to qualify as the poorest could not be buying a expensive business jet. What for?

Make no mistake.

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