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Wednesday, 28 October 2009


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Fellow Southern Cameroonian

The Southern Cameroons intelligence Bureau headquarters can confirm that Buea is burning as southern Cameroonians gathered at the Molyko statuim to attend a rally and Press Conference organized by the RG, SCAPO and SCNC to sensitize Southern Cameroonians on the Banjul Verdict after the lies told by LRC’s minister of communication Isa Tchiroma.

Our sources confirmed that about 4500 Southern Cameroonians had been barricaded in the stadium by combine forces of police, gendarmes and the military. Military helicopters are flying over the stadium as trucks of soldiers are being ferried to Buea from Man-o-war bay, Tiko, Douala and Baffoussam. Even after authorizing the rally, the SDO for Buea was forced to call in the forces of repression after receiving orders from his bosses in Yaounde. As we write, teargas is being used all over the stadium and its neighborhood.

Southern Cameroons leaders present at the Molyko stadium includes, the SCNC National Chairman, HRH Chief Ayamba, SCNC Deputy Secretary General Mr Arrey Besong, Martin Fon Yembe, LDA president; Mola Njoh Litumbe, Barristers Bobga, Ajong Stanislus etc etc,

National and International press were also present.

We’ll bring you more update as this story develops.

If you’ll need to get additional information from Buea, use the contacts below:

Martin Fon Yembe Tel: +23797039491

Simon Ful Ngwa Tel: +23777038127/ 99140238

B. Mathis Arrey Tel: +23777132752

Akongoh Innocent Ngwa Tel: +23799469879

Fondoh Cletus Tel: +23777852178

Elad Simon Tel: +23733322490

SCYL Information Bureau

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Adolf A Agbormbai

Roger Milla is a Cameroonian legend. After Pele there is no footballer who played the game like Milla. None had the brains or vision of Milla. He was pure footballing genius.

As a man of this footballing importance he has the right to say whatever he wants to say, and his views MUST BE RESPECTED even if you don't agree with them.

Samuel Eto'o may be making tons of money but this would not have been possible without the sacrifices of such Cameroonian greats as Milla and his team mates of the 1982 World Cup.

If those players were playing today they would be making as much money as Eto'o, and Milla would be making at least twice the earnings of Eto'o.

Eto'o is a talented player and deserves every bit of what he's getting. He's earning it well and he is generous too. I like the way he uses his money to motivate his team mates. He could be a talented manager in the making. He has good brains off-pitch and he's also proving to be a great captain.

However, Eto'o still has a great deal to learn to reach the magical footballing heights of the likes of Milla.

Milla is the sort of guy who when he was on the pitch you just felt happy and you knew Cameroon was going to get results.

You knew you were in for a footballing feast. I particularly love watching brilliant players on the pitch. Football is not just about pace. It's about BRAINS, VISION, POSITIONING, and READING THE GAME DYNAMICS as it flows so that you can take advantage of it. Milla had it all!

Adolf A Agbormbai

The timing of Milla's comments is right. You make critical comments of this nature after you've got results not when you are still trying to get them.

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