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VA Boy

Alain, where are you to attack this poet. His words are more dangerous than even the frontal attacks to your employer King Paul the Looter.

The herald

Alain is a devil's advocate that is fixed in his folly.

VA Boy

"This man is sick – jaundiced with mobutuism!"

Even in large scale theft, he is not an original. He could be a tyrant, but not one of those with grand visions. That is why Ahidjo liked him and gave him power. A dull and boring despot getting ready for his next million euro trip.

Alain is working hard to be noticed so that he could be promoted to hanger on during one of those vacations.

The herald

What type of vision do you think Paul Biya can have,when all the times,he comes into the country on a brief private visit or better still, en séjour privé au Cameroun?He is presently on "officious"visit to the USA.

njimafor boy

dipoko,
you are a sick man who needs help. You, your homosexual partner biya, and the rest of your so called friends of the republic have nothing in common with us west cameroonians. All you do is steal from us. We are conscious of the fact that you and your rogue regime will rather see us perish.
To the contrary bonehead, we are doing very well.As a group we are well educated, well paid and send lots of Money to Cameroon.

njimafor boy

dipoko,
you must be very angry. I do not know why. Were u abused as a child? What makes you and others like biya so evil? While the rest of the world is moving ahead in this new era, friends of the la republic are busy stealing from their own people.
You sick bastard,we are in the process of paying u a visit for being such an ass hole.

slomo

Dipoko, you react hysterically, you do not reason before you write ( typical of frogs) thats why you always come in with lame correction.
In anycase, your reaction simply shows a free press is more of a nightmare to dictators like you

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