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The dispute over the former British Petroleum premises in Kumba has been dragging on for too long. I can rightly conclude that the matter is this protracted because a "graffi man" is in the centre of it all.

But just out of curiosity, where was the Kumba paramount traditional ruler when Mr. Yuh obtained control of the premises? Where was His Royal Highness when Eyumbi and then Nnoko wrestled Mr. Yuh over the property?

These and many others are the questions for the courts, although I do not deny that any wrongs should be corrected despite age and time. I also think the state of Cameroon should be a party in this case for allegedly leasing out a property she does not own.

I am also afraid the present case may expose many issues that have been in comatose for soo long. Well Cameroon is a state of law and the law we all will have. I advise we beware what we seek when we go to equity with hands we are not sure of their cleanliness.

Land disputes in Kumba between native and non native peoples is a cause for a study. I am reminded of the Case of the Tenkeh family that continue to wallow in misery as one powerful man has defied many injunctions and is exploiting the property while an administrative injunction order is still hanging over the property. A land consultative board decision was reached more than five years ago but some members of the board have refused to sign the decision because the Tenkeh's are "come no goes"

When the wind blows we certainly will see the anus of the fowl.


Polonium 2-10

Chief Mukete even though he is a Bamenda man, he is still a Cameroonian and has the right to justice. The Bafaw people sold every thing belonging to Kumba to Chief Mukete from Bamenda, So chief Mukete has done nothing wrong.
They should give his land, from the story this land belongs to chief Mukete.

Bafaw boy

It is horribly ignorant of Polonium to say chief Mukute is from Bamenda.That just shows how ignorant and stupid you must be. I hate to use the word "come no go" but i must use it in this case because it is people like you who cause this distinction either by share stupidity,ignorance or both.Nfon Mukete's father Abel Mukete was the Bafaw paramount chief.If you need to know more about the Bafaw's and their chief please do some research before exposing your stupidity for the world to see,Clown!


That is obviously lack of knowledge you just exposed. And u not knowing "who is who" would definitely not know "what belongs to whom". I think everything would belong to anybody if there were no Documents. If Nfon Mukete claims ownership of a land, he should proove it with documents and not just form lies like a 5-year old kid.
It is clear, jealousy is the main reason why cameroonians don't prosper, but hopefully, cases like this would open the eyes of others.

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