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Weh this Bafanji people! the name sounds so miserabble. What do you people really want from Biya. Go the direct and new fashion way. Where do you see Cameroonians these days sending mottions of surpport to Paul Biya. Your were abandoned to and was eatten by the wolves of BaliKumbat. Or may be you people have fallen victims of some elitic manoeuver to achieve some economic and political gains. Ashia my country People


I would like to know if this small group based in Bamenda really means something or they just love going to the press.The whole village has been held hostage by ten cpdm people who are working for the government and believe they are representing the village. Could some of these socalled elites locate Bakassi on the map and how could they send motions of to Biya before the people in Bakassi. Don't they have some intelligent folks in this group that can show them the way. They praise Biya for his skill and peace, what an irony.If they actually knew what was going on in Bakassi before the handover, they would have praised Nigerians for not shooting cameroonians and blame cameroonians for turning guns onto their own brothers. Bafanji People are blind. When shall you send motions of support for your boundary that Balikumbat kicked all the pillars away and you very much afraid to walk on your own land. Iam reading a name like Sheila subsection, well where in Cameroon and I believe sheila should be the daughter of one notorious thief in Bafanji who over the years has terrorized Bafanji people, broke into their houses and taken away propery with a gang. And I also wish the name I see as Daniel Mungi should not be the one I played handball with at the then National High School Kumba. If he is the one then he has lost his mind.

The socalled elites of bafanji based in Bamenda have forgotten that there still exist a big problem between them and the Balikumbat people because of the pillars removed from the boundary. They should not get confused between Ngufor wining his case for his person property with the village issue. I believe Ngufor knows that as well.

Dingha said " if you have a problem with your brother, take him to court don't kill him" but he forgot that he financed his balikumbat people to invade Bafanji. He talks of brother; Palestinians and Israelis are not brothers but they are neighbors. Bafanji knows its brothers and sisters in the Northwest and western provinces. Dingha should talk of gashu, gansing. all chambas right to Northern Nigeria where we find the red mouths like them.

My advice to both bafanji cpdm and dingha is that biya does not care about cpdm any more afterall he is life president. He has fire in between his feet (corruption). Dingha watch out for operation Hawk. You guys should go back to your offices and do the public work. To the so called bafanji cpdm, stop going to the press for the more you go to the press for the dead party, the more you expose yourself to stupidity. Do your politic in Bamenda and stop parading bafanji village and deceiving them for your personal goals. When light came to bafanji one of the elites based in bamenda (Philip) shamefully congratulated the cpdm for the light. I am advising these elites to read the book written by Ateba Eyene on how elites have rendered development impossible because of personal gain.He said elites always think of their villages when they think of nominations, promotions, etc and the viilagers are pushed to send motions of support and sometime the socalled elites write these motions themselves for the whole village.

Shame to thes elites of bafanji

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