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Hon. Jean Jacques Ekindi is one of the few politicians in Cameroon I seem to have 'a bit' of confidence in.He has said his own bit like a politician, but his hands, like those of the Fru Ndi's and the rest remain 'tied'.How unfortunate!!


Happy New Year to all our friends !!!!
Sometimes it beats my imaginations on what the army is meant for in Cameroon. Our cowardice has been proven even far beyond our borders. The army in Cameroon thinks it's role is to protect the president and not the people.
How comes that for close to 30 years now that there is total spoilation in the country, not even a single soldier is ready to liberate the people? What a shame !!!!
It's time you prove your worth to the world at large that you are an army for the people and not only for the president. Sometimes those coups are neccessary to correct the wrongs and harm already done to our beloved country Cameroon. May be you are not seeing it, but mind you Biya is not only tribalistic but also very egoistic.
With the amount of wealth he has accumulated, I read the pathetic story of a child with an eye tumour left to die in Yaounde. Oh my God, what's the role of this man Biya?
I almost derailed abit but mark you it was just out of annoyance. I was chatting with one Vietnamese friend in Beijing and what he told me almost made me weep. " We were at war for close to 30 years but I can assure you, my country can give aid to your country. why ? Coz you guys are in modern slavery working for one person who owns an army and 20 million slaves." I gave him a punch anyway and we ended up at the police and there I was told " you are just an ignorant man,why do you hate the truth?"
What truth? Are we really slaves? Somebody help me . Thanks bros !!!!


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