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Tekum Mbeng

Congratulations to Ghana. We hope Ghana joins South Africa to read riot acts to the rest of the continent, starting with life presidents Bongo of Gabon, Mubarak of Egypt, Biya of Cameroun and Sankara's killer in Bukinabe.

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Robert Mugabe included.

Atangha

Three hearty cheers to Ghana!
Professor John Evans Atta Mills is a great guy - I saw him fellowshipping with others at the Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) yesterday and was very happy to get to know the man much more. It was a thanksgiving service honouring is achievement.

In his statement, the new Ghanian President said he had known Prophet TB Joshua for over ten years. Despite his new title as President, he will remain the same Atta Mills, they have known all this while, he concluded.

I pray that God will show us the way to exterminate Biya so that we too can have a free, fair & transparent election as it has been happening in Ghana. Why can't what is sauce for Ghana should also be sauced for Cameroon?

Once more happy new year to all!
Atangha

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He had contested the post on two previous occasions. Each time, he lost to Kufuor.
Dr. Chris Fomunyoh, an expert on African affairs at the National Democratic Institute (NDI) in Washington, was in Ghana where he observed the elections.He said the elections were a "great success".

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