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Wednesday, 29 July 2009

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Oku

Massa Njangi don spoil!:-)

TAGRO

Looks to me like an inside job.

Vex man

The thieves might be our fellow Cameroonians. We have lots of thieves, especially from the Government. Biya, Ngolle Ngolle, Achidi Achu, etc can still send thieves from Cameroon to get some pounds for them.

bona

Man, you forgot the biggest thief and most celebrated ''bellitician'' in the history of Anglophone Cameroon, J B Ndeh. I have personally seen this guy receive money from Iya Mohamed in Ayaba Hotel in Bamenda sometime between ending 2004 and early 2005. Soon afterwards I heard on the television that he was one of the main supporters of Iya Mohamend when Mr. Iya Mohamend was being accused by a fellow fecafoot member of trying to bribe him. Can somebody investigate this fact.....

Benard Tapi

I can bet my soul that it was an in house coordination, just like TAGRO suspects. It is not very surprising to me; Cameroonians have that gene of betrayal. Sad but How! How! How can we be good models for change to our country? [Cameroon] Even as we strive for better Government structures, our characters and mentalities must be ready for such changes, otherwise we will be reinventing the same Biyaism.

Abakwaboy

This is an inside job or was a tip-off from member. This Njangi thing helps but at thesame time is very dangerous. Pls keep your cash in the bank and avoid this embarrassment. "Corny man Die, Na corny man go bury am". That issue needs to be solved within you guys

B.I.G

Always with Cameroonians...Within or abroad.There is this local saying"any man for himself,and God for we all"thats what seems to work with Cameroonians...Back stabbing,jealousy,you name it...Its a pity.

slomo

dont divert attention vex man, those guys are cameroonians and ofcourse the infamous bushfallers.
it boils down to the fact that we cameroonians are the cause of our shame in the world today. Even in a far far away country with such renound of honesty we no fit change. Be it at home or abroad, we are the cause of this indelible shame

DIMAKO

Hey guys,
I feel so sorry for these guys. Face it, if these boys decide to take such a risk, it is because things are getting tougher and tougher in the U.S. every day. We should pray for them and hope that they be released soon. It is always necessary to live an honest living. Easy come easy go.

bamilekewoman

The biggest thief of southwest will have to be Eneme the director of soweda. He has transfered all the funds to switzerland and his kids are living a luxurious life style so i guess this happening in leeds is not suprising at all.
Its an inside job.


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