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Mr Ntumfor here is a question for you when you return from Senegal. For how long will take Democracy to evolve is Cameroon and do you consider a country like Ghana and other African countries that have been practising good Democracy country or countries of other continents or they belong to African continent. Thank you


Mr Ntumfor, Who are these people who wanted you to assist them in rigging elections? Are you not a criminal your self by concealing a criminal activity? Can you not help our country to rid it of these 'bad politicians' by letting the public know them? YOU ARE LYING, Mr. Halle Ntumfor or whatever you call your self.
Be a man and expose these 'bad people'. It will be a wonderful contribution to Cameroon. Hiding them tantamounts to assisting and abating crime. You are a lawyer you should know better. If you don't have anything to say please just stay quiet.The SDF has ben fighting even at times by applying physical force for any victory it registers in the province and beyond. That therefore keeps them out of your line of so called accused. That leaves the CPDM. Why don't you expose these people if you want to help Cameroon. You are more interested in portraying yourself as a saint while 'keeping secrets' that could save a whole nation. Shame on you for self aggrandisement.
Fon Emmanuel



Me think you are very right with the 'self aggrandisement' label for our 'ntumfor'

ntumfor here - ntumfor there, ntumfor yesterday - ntumfor today - ntumfor tomorrow.

ntumfor don do this - ntumfor don do that ...
Nearly every edition of the post has a write-up on ntumfor!!!

Personality cult 4 cameroon go kill man! The Post should spare us some of these character embellishment write-ups.



What we need is that the CPDM leave our territory. We do not need anything from the CPDM. Before the soo called elections that you are invited to monitor, you knew that the results have already been dictated in Paris, yet you went forward with your rhetoric that you were monitoring elections. You should have refused to engage yourself into such a despotic group called election monitors. Cameroonians hate anyone who have anything to do with the CPDM and if you want to maintain your integrity, you need to distance yourself from that cult called the CPDM. They are nothing but criminals and except you are one of them, you do not need to identify with them. The more you continue to identify with that criminal group, the more you are hated by Cameroonians. A word to a wise is sufficient.

Tekum Mbeng

Mr Halle, you call Cameroon under Paul Biya a democracy? How can you have a democracy and a life President? Apathy reins because the top is truly rotten.

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