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massamoyo

So they think I will pity them?How many Southern Cameroonians have they killed while serving their tyrant master?One by one they will all perish

Ta Muma

Its about nine years ago that Jean Baptiste Bokam celebrated his 6th million.Today He must be worth twice that.When a man like him says he's got 6 , rest assured that he has twice that. He has the effrondery to call others to the book. Shameful.He,his Master-Paul Biya and the other club members are just putting on 'smoke screens'to keep deceiving their francophone counterparts and some of those South Westerners who think themselves Sawa and who are blessed to ' know some one who knows some one' that they are working.Who told Mussolini that a lion can not leave for a thousand years like a lion? May they refuse it when it shall be announced.But led their children know that the spirit of every one shall never be killed.

soneayuk

I must confess,my big temptation to judge or even to condenm knowing full well that this falls beyond my competence,especially when this has got to do with the deceased,but we must all hold this truth to be self-evident, that many of our brothers, fellow cameroonians, lost their lives either due to untold hardship and shear poverty or due to deseases,brought about by the actions of our leaderships,which includes their poor management of public funds,embezzlement, deep rooted corruption and others.No matter the age you die,no one life is more important.If this ex-minister is by any way innocent of the crimes against him as he claimed,then certainly he will continue to be innocent, even before the eyes of God,Good luck to him and may he rest in peace!

nkeh

HI

nkeh

hI TO ALL
I WOULD LIKE TO TELL YOU GUYS THAT POLITICS IS A GAME OF A MASTER AND THE MAJORITY
ONCE YOU FAIL TO SERVE YOUR MASTER EXPECT PUNISHMENT.

EGOH ABDEL-AZIZ MODI-RAMAN BEGAWAN

No matter what it takes the family of Andre Botoo a Ngon, Etonde Ekoto and the remaining quater of gangsters in the so call second republic of Cameroon, all what I know is that they have highly contributed to the impoverish and devasted nature of the Cameroon populace.
If people like these are said to be conscious like fathers and not just leaders, then the question of their children and the coming generations' future should have been at the top of their priority list.
It is a heartless and inhuman way of thinking. It suffices one to brand them as villains and people of high moral decadence taking into consideration their display and gross demonstration of egoism.
I am very sorry to make this pronouncement, but I must reiterate here that politics in Cameroon has lost its value, and has been reduced to politics of the "Belly".

EGOH ABDEL-AZIZ MODI-RAMAN BEGAWAN

No matter what it takes the family of Andre Botoo a Ngon, Etonde Ekoto and the remaining quarter of gangsters in the so called Second Republic of Cameroon, all what I know is that they have highly contributed to the impoverished and devasted nature of the Cameroon populace and the entire economy.
If people like these are said to be conscious like fathers and not just leaders, then the question of their children and the coming generations' future should have been at the top of their priority list.
It is a heartless and inhuman way of thinking. It suffices one to brand them as villains and people of high moral decadence taking into consideration their display and gross demonstration of egoism.
I am very sorry to make this assertion, but I must reiterate here that politics in Cameroon has lost its value, and has been reduced to politics of the "Belly".
Cameroonians of high standing positions in and out of the country should bear in mind that there is another generation to come. They should begin to understand that the intrigues of self- centred politics will face its ruling one day and the law of “Kharma” (retributive justice) will as well be effected no matter how things seem to be going on well with them while they are still in power.
The burning and ironic issue here is that the chief gangster is placing all these huge sentences against the so called guilty ones and he himself is among the guiltiest of all Cameroonians in this regard. The big question here is that, who is going to sentence him? Is he above the law? Has he been branded the life president of the Republic of Cameroon? What will be the outcome if he happens to quit the political scene today? All these and certainly others are some of the questions that should be decoded in the minds of Cameroonians who are politically driven.

Ma Mary

When these high profile convicts, colleagues in crime of their gaolers are denied much needed medical care, it raises questions about the condition of the regular "nobodies" and Southern Cameroonians in their custody.

AJACK A JOE

THE ETONDE,BOOTO,ODONG DONG, JUST TO NAME A FEW. THESE PEOPLE DON.T NEED TO HURRY TO THEIR GRAVES THEY HAVE TO WAIT FOR THEIR BOSS PA PAUL SOO AS TO GO AS A TEAM.GREAT MEN ARE IN THEIR GRAVES WHILE CAWORDS RULE THE NATION

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This is great news and we're told that our Dewey Square Market is coming back, too. What we really need is a world class permanent year-round market like Pike's Place in Seattle! Even Philly has Reading Terminal, what's taking us so long here?

 Dr. Peter Vakunta

"Before his incarceration, Booto was Biya's Economic Advisor."

These are the raggamuffins that Commander-in- Chief of Cameroon's Kleptomancy, Mr. Paul Biya, hand picks to do his dirty work for him. When they outsmart him in kleptomania, he retaliates by sending them to the grave-yard called Kondengui. Biya's fate will be worse than those of Booto a Ngon. Mark my words! If Mobutu Sese Seseko, Idi Amin Dada, Bokassa,and ilk could answer our phone calls they would ascertain this for us.
Dr. Peter Wuteh Vakunta

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