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It is a sharmfull thing to see this picture of a capital city without marked road. where is Cameroon going to. For almost 30 Biya took over the country is just like that. this is very poor for a street in a capital city to look it that.


the BIR spacial forces of cameroon today 24/o2/2010 of Cameroon hav seriously wounded girls and boys during the day and in the evening . thios is a serious matter to reach the present of cameroon Paul biya.

innocent soul died during such wicked ack by the BIR that the president oo Cameroon initiated to protect him during the elctions so h e can stay in power for evever and ever with his family. shame to the presedent paul biya.u are greedy and dictator sure God may till forgive u but man will never....


aaaaaaaa, please tell us more what is going on?. Did this happen today? Do u know how many are dead and wounded? Where in Cameroon did this happen?


aaaaa you are doing the right thing. Anything you see or hear, you should write about it on this web site, so those of us in different parts of Cmeroon can know what is happening in other parts. As of now, Biya can not pull the plug on this site, but he can block out Television an news media.


i don't know much more. but i heart that one BIR-soldier had a personal problem with one civilian and called his BIR-friends for they beat up many innocent civilians and smashed several cars...i have no information how many people got injured..but they said the hospital is full, which at least means it could not only be 5 people....the incident on 24/2/10 took place in Limbe - church street..but they say it started "down beach"... i later learnt that all soldiers who were not in camp that night got arrested and are under investigation...but don't know more..maybe newspaper tomorrow will tell more....cause this is "only" rumour....


....o.k infoboy. I am on my way to limbe to get pictures, and get first hand evidence of what is going on.


well, today i can give you some more infos....ThePost wrote there where 34 people injured and over 20 cars damaged...BIR soldiers even broke in private houses and macheted the man in the house, shouting "you beat up soldiers" ..which refers to what ThePost is stating as the cause of that riot...2 days before one BIR soldier got involved in a conflict with one civilian....
Well, the commander is promising now free treatment and compensation (which has to be proofen!!)...and he wants to state that it was not an official command...well, still absolutely arbitrary power! and gets one frightened about the upcoming election....

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