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rexon

This Biya man, his gang of thieves masquerading as a government and his family think they are God that will live forever. Inoni who have also masterminded the destruction of the lives of several Cameroonians because he simply wants power is also talking. When he too will be arrested, he would want to sit on tree tops and shout for others to come to his rescue. I do not condone killings of any form. I want Biya to live and die his natural death, however, his associates should know that they all have blood in their hands. After killing Cameroonians from left to right, he too is more concerned about his own safety and that of his family. This sort of people who kill people from left to right are people who will want to have the highest level of security. When they are killing others, they do feel the pain of those they are killing, but when they are about to be killed, they would want to sit on tree tops and shout for the whole world to come to their rescue. Only a fool will sympatise with Biya in this situation. After learning a lesson from this failed Albatross coup, I hope he starts feeling for other Cameroonians.

It is not good to kill any human being knowingly or passively. Biya and his gang have killed Cameroonians actively through the shootings over the years, and passively through the destruction of our economy and way of life. Biya and allthose who have involved themselves in corrupt practices for personal financia gain are guilty for the deaths of all poor and helpless Cameroonians, who have no one to defend them.

Charles F.

Government operatives are begining to see bogeymen at every corner. It is like the person who has committed atrocities most of his life becomes afraid even of his own shadow. The end eventually arrives oftentimes unpleasantly.
--CF

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