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Alino Tae

Yes Mr Ndoko Boul, did the state train you to protect her people or to kill them. Yes I can see where your force and military expertise can be demonstrated, on an innocent civilian. Just to arrest one single rebel in Bakassi costed the life's of at least ten of you yet you still have the courage to pull a trigger on a civilian. You will surely rot in. You stupid, cheating, illiterate bastard.

Alino Tae

Yes Mr Ndoko Boul, did the state train you to protect her people or to kill them. Yes I can see where your force and military expertise can be demonstrated, on an innocent civilian. Just to arrest one single rebel in Bakassi costed the life's of at least ten of you yet you still have the courage to pull a trigger on a civilian. You will surely rot in. You stupid, cheating, illiterate bastard.

F. Ndefua

This is a clear evidence that 82% of the military men in 'La Republique du Cameroun" are iliterates. Most of them are dragged into the defense force because they have 'god fathers'. The educated ones are left behind because of no 'god fathers'
Time will come when such people will stand up and have all those 'god fathers' killed just as it happened in this situation.
I hope he never knows peace or have freedom again.

Agbor T

I think the issue here are the calibre of people recruited into the police and armed forces.
I is charatcerised by chronic criminals who sort this forces as hiding grounds for their misdeeds and what they subsequently do.
It is no longer old news that lots of armed robbers have been caught in cameroon with military guns, pistols and bullets and in some cases some of these criminals are members of either of these forces.
Just recently in yaounde a gang was arrested including a police officer. It is what he's been practising and we all know that "old habits hardly die".
Chef Ndoko Boul is just one of such characters. Little or no water in his head to give a reasoning brain.
These are the products of corrupt government corruptions, trianed to kill and promoted to positions they cant defend.
We can say about his wife is something involving alot of emotions and sentiments but is that equitable to killing the who house with a government gun?? He is just one of the many who do such things without any form of reasoning. Recently in february when citizens took to the streets to ask for what they want and deserve from their government, the result was something similar to what Chef Ndoko Boul just did. Gunning down of people. This is just one of the 2 million cases happening in our country. Some may not invlove gunning down people but intimidation and arrests of innocent individuals by members of these forces. Too long to complete the list but this is
my own little contribution.

DADDY FESTUS

Mr Ndoko Boul, I don't know what got into you but that was surely a premeditated act rather than a spontaneous one. Yes, because you are a Gendarm, you think you can just shoot and kill at will. Well, let me tell you something. wherever you are now, the ghosts of your victims shall haunt you until you turn in yourself to the people for proper adjudication. So the best advice I can give you is to turn yourself in now. That way, you will be early enough to pick a nice spot in kondengui' where you can sit quietly and pray for forgiveness if any can be accorded to you. IDIOT.

Kaya

Illiteracy is not a function of military expertise.The military comprises of all kinds of men.Even civilian themself can behave this way.But Mr Ndoko over reacted.

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