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DR TAN OF CAMEROON


YES SIR
CAUSEFUSION
THE ONLY REASON WHY , I STILL WRITE , IS BECAUSE THE REPORTERS SEAM TO BE READING THE COMMENTARIES FROM THE WAY , FOLLOW UP WRITE UPS COME IN.
THIS IS ONE OF THOSE WRITE UPS THAT NEEDS A GOOD SUPPORT .
SAYS SITUATION COULD BRING OUT HIDDEN TALENT. WHAT IS THAT STATEMENT SUPPOSE TO MEAN. [THAT THE END JUSTIFIES THE MEANS]
YOU HAVE CONCLUDED THAT, CAMERRONIANS ARE SO STUPID, AND SELFISH, THAT THEY BELIEVE [GOOD] CAN COME OUT OF ILLEGALITY.
WHO IS SPEAKING HERE, JUSTICE AYAH OR HOUNARABLE AYAH, OR MAVERICK AYAH OR FRANKLIN SONE BAYEN.
WHO IS A MAVERICK[SOME ONE LIKE MCCAIN AND OR SARAH PALIN]? MOVING FROM ONE IDEA AND OR POSITION TO ANOTHER AS THE SITUATION AND OR CIRCUMSTANCES WARRANT.
EMA +ITOE[EMIA] CAN BE CONFUSSING[CAUSEFUSION]
YOU MAY WANT TO SAY EMA WERE HOUNOURABLE MEN. THE INTRODUCTION OF ITOE, IS TO INVOKE , CERTAIN EMMOTIONS. BUT THE LATTER MAY HAVE BEEN DISMISSED FROM HIS MINISTERIAL FUNCTIONS , BECAUSE OF THE STANCE AND PARTICIPATION IN THE AAC1, BESIDE HE OTHERS ,WHO SUFFERED MINOR INCONVENIENCES.
LDP HAD [HE CHAIR LADY]A,S THAT GOVERNMENT FEARED. THEY WERE THOSE WHO SENT MEMOS ABROAD FOR ANGLOPHONEADVOCACY.BESIDE THE OTHERS. THAT IS WHY IT WAS NOT NICE , FOR MR NDI CHIA, WHILE INTERVIEWING NJUH LITUMBE TO , SAY SOUTHWESTERNERS WERE LAZY, BECAUSE HE SAID , AN ANGLOPHONE , REFERING TO NEE JOHN, CANNOT BE PRESIDENT OF LA.RPUBLIQUE IN RESPONSE TO A QUESTION.
WE GO TO AYAH.
THE WRITTER CONCLUDES ON AYAH, LIKE A FORMER Ph.D PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE FROM UB, WHO SAID OF THE SITUATION OF BUEA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL FACULTY CRISIS;
[ PROF LAMBI WAS RIGHTIN ONE HAND AND WRONG IN ANOTHER].
THERE ARE MANY UNDEMOCRATIC PROVISIONS IN THE CONSTITUTION.
THE SPIRIT OF ELECAM IS UNDEMOCRATIC.
NO HIDDEN TALENTS WILL COME FROM IT.
CHAIMAN/CHAIRLADY MOVED PARTIES.
DR NTUBA

rexon

Quite disturbing insinuations from the article. Placing Southern Cameroonians in sacrificial positions in Camerounese politics is a strategy to embarass us.

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