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JN Royal

JD Akere Muna...what you have written, is one of the best editorial I have read on this news forum as of yet. I applaud you for your good works and pray you continue to excel in all you do.

CountryFowl

Mr. Akere T. Muna,

This is an excellent summation, a brilliant exposition on the troubles, angst, disorder and chaos of our times, which is propelled and fueled by incessant greed, it sums up in the total the predicaments which we have on our hands and are not inclined nor willing to face or to see.

We could say, gullibility, greed, cruelty, senseless animosity & aggressiveness in combination with all the negatives that come along with stupidity are only some of the vices which unfortunately we carry as badges or epaulettes on our shoulders..!

Would Mr. Biya & his entourage listen to this kind of straight talk...??

And this phrase;

" We live as if this life is all about ourselves. "

Lays bare the root causation of our current decay and stagnation.

As a society, if we had the capacity to listen attentively and to learn in the process, perhaps we would not be in this position today.

tombele

Excellent article, we need whistle blowers like you and also judge Yap who did an excellent job in exposing this scam. These white crooks always look for ways to rip us off and sew the seeds of corruption in our nations. Now I don't feel so bad when internet scammers rip them off too or Nigerians specialist who rob them and send the money home. "What goes around comes around"

DR TAN OF CAMEROON


MR AKERE MUNA.
YOUR STAY AND EXTENSIVE TRAVELS ABROAD HAVE ARMED YOU WITH AN UNDERSTANDING OF WHAT CERTAIN PEOPLE WE ARE STILL W0RSHIPING TODAY CAN DO TO OUR COUNTRY. YOU CALL THEM WHITES.
YOU TALK OF CAMEROONIAN FRAUDS , THE SAD THING IS THAT , SOME PEOPLE WILL NOT TAKE THIS LIGHTLY, BECAUSE OF YOUR AUDACITY TO TALK ABOUT SOMETHING THAT INVOVES YOUR OWN PEOPLE .ESPECIALLY THOSE WITH BILLION FRS FRAUD IN PRISON.
SEARCH US LORD, AND IF THERE IS ANY EVIL IN US, PURGE IT AWAY AMEN.
DR[REV] THOMPSON AKWO NTUBA MD.Ph.D

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