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Monday, 26 January 2009

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DR TAN OF CAMEROON

YES SIR
CAUSEFUSION.

WHEN PEOPLE ASK WHY? I ASK WHY NOT?
I WILL BE READING SOCRATES IN THE
REPUBLIC AGAIN. I USE TO THINK HE
WAS WRONG.
DOES ANY BODY REALLY SEE, WHAT I SEE
OH CAMELEON. OH KAMERUN.

DR THOMPSON AKWO NTUBA MD, Ph.D.
CORDINATOR SWELA USA

chris

brother Dr,
that politics in cameroon can take someone head.all man na thiefman,just playing belly politics.

fidele

Dear Dr. Tan,
How many times do you want to express your foolishness and inability to change. Oncemore, please do not write using uppercase letters. It is difficult to comprehend what you are insinuating. Please, join one of the community colleges in the US and take a course in English 101.

SouthWest

Is this outfit still alive?
I thought their merger with the cpdm had already been sealed.

DR. TAN, oooops ! , i have never been to a faculty, but i guess you make me look like a DOCTOR SQUARE.

Andy

Nothing of interest can came out from UNDP national chairman.He who part take in eatting a rotten chicken soul should stay quite when the couragious are on parth.
Mr Bello Bouba is not indifferent from the thieves who parade the corridor of powers and considered themselves as God sent.
Bouba shoulkd not say a word, he supported Mvondo to consolidate his gripe on the self proclaimed Republic of Mvond.
The Mvondo and the Bouba to know that fate await them for the mess and wrong they have caursed the camerounians.

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