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But I thought this is one of those things Biya prides himself to have brought to Cameroon in addition to 'democracy' - a free press/freedom of speech.Slowly but surely I can see his 'legacies' fade away one after the other.What exactly will he be remembered for after his several years at the helm of the State?I feel really sorry for him.


He is said to have equally called on the diplomatic community to stop any endeavours to fund ELECAM because it will not organise any elections that will not represent the will of the Cameroonian people.
Can some one help out with the meaning of this statement. May be Kini Nsom ( the author) can help me out
The way Biya is manipulating Cameroonians shows that he has a good mastery of them. Barking dogs do not bite of course. He is really exploiting the division among opposition parties and Anglophones with impunity . He has reinforced the rigging machinery with ELECAM
Massa John said there will be war in Cameroon if the National constitution is modified. Nothing happened when finally it was modified. Later he hurriedly held a meeting overnight and submitted half baked facts to the court not to install members of ELECAM.They were finally installed. Yet nothing happened
Now he is saying that elections will not take place under this ELECAM.
By the time the elections will finally take place before his own eyes massa ni john will say the president will not be installed and so on and so forth. Empty mouth, nothing put in practice is the watch word of SDF
Chairman, you are fast confused and running out of ideas. Can you step down for some one else to continue?


Fru Ndi should by now know who is dealing with . All his guys are old and not updated with modern world ideas. they ought to have been way too smart by now to know certain ways to deal with biya's Government.To me this was too raw and crude. Fru Ndi should've put his mechanism effectively in way that if the Crtv refuse his cominque the most be a plan B beside " when the hunter learn to shoot without missing the birds learn to fly without landing". Fru Ndi think the most be away out but NOT VOILENCE. God bless Cameroon


Radicalbrother I luv ur point . Can this go out to the masses to hear.

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