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Monday, 15 June 2009


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Paa Ngembus

When Bakweri people start realising that their faith is umbilically linked and interwined with that of the Southern Cameroons they shall see the light.

If they think idiots like Musonge and Inoni are their future, then like others before them they would continue to keep Kuva Likenje restless in his grave.

In fact given Kuva's braveness and his fight and defeat of the Germans, I have personally decided to be calling the Southern Cameroons KUVALIKENJIA.


Paa Ngembus


In this matter we are all Bakweri. Where can someone send contributions to the Bakweri Lands Society? If everyone had helped when Kuva took on the Germans it would have been a different story. Now everyone can help.

Ma Mary

Ras Tuge, please read this and know the real enemy of the Southern Cameroonian.


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Documents where being signed when this Germans were going.Where are this documents? For how long did they signed to use the land.The Bakweri people have chiefs,these chiefs should start re-actingbefore the others will follow.They should not sit down in their home and wait the SCNC to fight for them ,if they start others will come in.Why wait for Inoni and Mussonge to fight for them these people are politicians.Go to Tombel and see there is no CDC again, because the Bakossi people fought for their land, they never sat down to wait for a Prime minister from Bakossiland to fight for them. Leave these people alone and stop blaming them. Bakweri people have no land for their children of tomorrow,why? The Mayor is a good friend of mine since childhold,why accept people should come from Yaounde to organise the mountain race. He is not a politicain, he was elected by his people. He and his people should take their responsibilities and stop blaming others.


Hey Eddie,

Please visit for details about the Bakweri Land Struggle headed by the BLCC. No, they are not waiting for either Inoni nor Musonge.


I really think that all people of goodwill should support this struggle and not just Bakweri people, even though Bakweri people should head it and control it. Other African people should have sent people to support the Bakweri resistance against the Germans, in the same way should everyone support them in this struggle.

Along similar lines is this story from the Eden Newspaper

Fako Chiefs Conference President Speaks Out On Tribalism At SONARA
- Says Enough Is Enough
- Time For Dialogue With GM Is Over
- Threatens Traditional Curse

The President of the Fako Chiefs Conference, HRH Chief David Ikome Molinge, has bared his mind on the alleged tribalism in recruitment that is said to be going on at the National Refinery Corporation, SONARA.
In an exclusive interview with Eden's Solomon Tembang and Roland Mbonteh, Chief Molinge says enough is enough, time for dialogue with the General Manager of the corporation is over and went ahead to warn that the Chiefs should not be forced to use traditional means to let the powers that be take them serious.

Eden: Your Highness the Chiefs of Fako led by you recently sent a Memo to government complaining about tribalism in SONARA and not long ago the SDO for Fako invited you, the Chiefs for a meeting in his office. What prompted that Memo and what transpired during the meeting with the SDO?

Chief Molinge: Well, first the Memo was sent to the Head of State. To be very categorical the people of Fako, the region where the refinery is situated and the people of the South West region as a whole are not comfortable with the management of SONARA. This is as a result of revelations that were made known to us about recruitments and promotions being carried out in SONARA. Of recent you saw in the newspapers where over 24 people were recruited but there was not even a single child from Fako Division not to talk of the South West Region.

This, in fact, was annoying. This is not the first time that such a thing has happened in SONARA. If I am not mistaken, in the year 2003, 22 operators were again recruited in SONARA and none of them came from Fako Division or from the South West Region. So you can imagine what it means. You can seed for yourself that we don't have even a single child from Fako Division who is in a senior management position in SONARA, not to talk of Ndian were the crude oil comes from.

Chief David Molinge: Will He Invoke The Wrath Of The Ancestors?

The rest of the interview is here

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