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Monday, 06 October 2008


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SDF asking ministers to resign!. In the first place how many ministers have resigned on their own accord in Cameroon, talk less of been asked to resign by SDF?

I think SDF is so confused not KNOWING exactly how to keep themselves RELEVANT and BUSY.

Is a Shame


The terrorist act in the name of armed robbery that took place in Limbe a fourth night ago has sent shock waives to many of us who grew up in Limbe and have never experienced this kind of violent armed robbery for the past century.OPEC city is a town that every one likes to visit because of its security stability,comfort and alot of ambiance. It is difficult to come to terms to what really happened on that night.
The resignations of the so-called ministers and national security boss is an under statement. Had it been this incident happened in SONARA where the Cameroon govenment is afraid to loose millions or Manua Bay where their troops are kept always ready to be used on un armed civilians, there could have been a rappid intervention. It is unimmaginable that an armed robbery with gun fires lasted for almost three hours according to the report, merely a few kilometres from the police, gendamerie and Manua Bay without any proper intervention.This is a profound shame, disgrace and a show of complete weakness to the Cameroon arm forces and national security. A government that can not safeguard the security and welbeing of its citizens has no place in the world of today. Let the CPDM militants rally immediately and call for the Head of State to create a commission of enquiry to attend this incident. The worst may still be on its way especially with the approach of the XMAS season.
May God bless and protect my people.

Danny Boy

Mr. Emah,
the SDF calling on the resignation of these two is but perfunctory. These hapless ministers should have tidied their tables and handed their resignations to whoever put them in those positions, whilst hoping that there will not be an all party commission of enquiry that will surely ask for their indictment for dereliction of duty!!!
The SDF is simply playing it's role as the main opposition party that should hold this Government to account at every turn.
It is for Biya and his Government to listen. If nothing is done, you should not blame the SDF for trying!
If we must talk politics, let us be fair and acknowledge what our opponent is doing, for the good of the system.
These hapless Ministers should go.


Danny Boy,
When I read Emah´s comment, I could not understand to whom the the "is a shame" at the end of her comment was directed to. I was just wondering if she was directing it to Biya, the ministers concerned or to the SDF? If to the SDF, then for which crime?
I did not want to comment because I have read constructive and well thought out comments from Emah in the past; hence I thought this comment was coming on one of Emah´s bad days.

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