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Delors

Even if Fai becomes PM, what will change. Have we forgotten the Nyos bomb when Fai was SDO, Have we forgotten the Oku incident and have we forgotten Douala recently where hundred of cameroonians were ordered to be shot, have we forgotten have we forgottennn.......Well if these are qualifications to become PM, then he is qualified. Achidi, Musonge,Inoni, what have we achieved from them apart from the fact that their missions are to tear anglophones and be contented with their ceremonial Premiership. What else..........

TAGRO

"I buy in bulk." That is what Fai Yengo was reported to have said when tons of supplies meant for the Lake Nyos unnatural disaster was found in his home in Wum. Of course, the Chef Bandit has always surrounded himself with little thieves. What else is new really?

Tita Mofaw

I hope anglophone Cameroonians would learn a lesson this time if Fai Yengo is appointed PM. If they don't realise that apointments of Achidi Achu. Mafani Musungo, Inoni Ephraim (and perhaps Fai Yengo, if he is appointed) really has nothing to do with the average anglophone Cameroonian, then we are really doom.

I am sure the immediate family of Fai Yengo, who would benefit from such an appoitment, would try to fool North Westerners that Paul Biya has appointed one of 'our own'so we should support him. Just as those who benefits from Inoni are fooling South Westerners that they should support Pual Biya more so that the PM should always be a south westerner.

Just ask yourselves what an Inoni PM or Yengo PM would do to you. It is their immediate family that they both care about

Gamua

I want to hope that no anglophone expects anything positive from this man. Well, except his family of course. Like Delors mentioned, lets not forget the wounds he inflicted on us as administrator in our Province. It is thanks to those wicked acts that he is where he is today. In fact, we should weep because as PM, he would again be able to harm us directly.

I keep on wondering who Popol thinks are so stupid and still don't understand that our so called sons of the soil he appoints are a mere Window blind. I fervently pray that he treats them one day like he's now treating their fellow francophone brothers in corruption. Then, and only then would on the that they betrayed people who loved and trusted them. Hope Musonge is preparing to meet Mebara at Kondengui. To hell with them

foncameroon

Aba from over zealous Chritopher Nsalai who secretly celebrated this personal proposition to his death, focus has now been turned to Fai Yengo. God forbid Nsalai. Biya has now turn to another self service man. What have the anglophones done or fail to do that their return to statehood is often been retarted with this void office of premiership flanked with several agents from La Republic du Cameroon as vices? God safe our souls.

Gamua

Made a mistake at the end of my comment. I actually meant Inoni and not Musonge.

Essono

Many Cameroonians still haven't realised that Paul Barthelemy Biya hates to be predicted.Infact,he's master at the game of unpredictability.He loves it,it is his pony,his sports when he takes people unawares.By letting the cat out of the bag,the press has simply suffocated it before it sticks its head out of the bag.

If u want to kill a politicians political ambitions in Cameroon especially when the latter is gunning for a ministerial portfolio make it public and that person can say goodbye to such an ambition.Have we soon forgotten the Mebara's,the Marafa's when they were at the Presidency as Secretary General.Many had seen in them potential successors to Biya,and even within the circles of power in Yaoundé it was secretly murmured but the latter being a political chess master,beat all pundits and circumvented the ambitions of these two.Mebara had out grown his confidence and thought he was the "heir apparent",he's now chewing his nails in jail while Marafa is fighting to safe his political career and with a legal suit hanging over his head,the man can say "nada" to his ambitions as "dauphin".

Fai Yengo,can as well forget his ambitions for PM,but maybe the press simply wanted the man at Etoudi to play the game he's good at.

Ebonylad

What a speculation?
We all know we have an absentee Head of State when it comes to International issues and sometimes national issues like our Bakassi case where he has never visited.So a PM of Cameroon must be someone who can represent the whole country with sound knowledge of inter state relations.It does not suffice to have a CPDM bullock most suitable for gobernatorial roles to be PM given the international demands.
I therefore denounce this speculation very strongly.
Ebonylad.

mk the southerner

It does not matter if it is Fai,Musonge,Inoni my father or yours. The Victoria deep sea port that held the highest traffic in West Africa, the Tiko international air port, Ombe, Marketing board, Bamenda air port, Santa plantation,WADA,PWD, West Cameroon bank, West Cameroon police force, house of chives etc will never come back. It will still be the few Southern Cameroonians to enjoy while majority suffers.

But a free Southern Cameroons is a complete revolution for all. Students will now enjoy, as every one will be scrambling for the several opportunities. Not only the leaders of a political party and his parliamentarians enjoying but every body. Yes this is the kind of revolution that can help us out of this mess. Thinking about playing politics with this French people I still say SDF think again.

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