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JJ Thompson

Mr Dipoko, with all due respect, labeling someone else's article as "Absolute trash" because you disagree with the contents of the article shows your lack of professionalism. After having read several of your articles, there are some I realy do like and there are some I do not like at all. But I won't call them trash because there is a reason why you or anyone else has a different perspective over a particular topic of discussion. As a professional, I would say "I disagree with your point of view" instead of labeling it "Absolute trash"
Have a wonderful day

Manny75

I could not agree more...u reap what you sow, said the old lady!!!

Peter Forkou

I am not certain why people call Ahidjo a hero. What did he do that qualifies him to be called a hero? He inherited a country that was faring well like all other countries in the 60s and institutionalized demagogy and corruption. He changed the constitution to get Biya as president and we call him a hero and castigate Biya for doing the same things? Both Biya and Ahidjo are thugs and Biya is following the footprints of Ahidjo. Biya has not done anything that Ahidjo would not have done if he was still president. Let us stop shedding crocodile tears and focus on how to prepare for the next election.

observer

Dear Mr Peter Forkou,
With all due Respect, i would like you to go back and find out more about the Cameroon History becouse you seem not to know anything.I hope you are not one of the Lazy ones who sing praises to Biya to agin favours from him.
The Cameroon which Biya inherited was far more better compared to the one inherited by his Ahidjo.It is time we face the Truth and claer the air in oder for our country to move forward.There is no doubt that Biya has crumbled this beloved nation of Cameroon.Ahidjo left a prosperous Cameroon and even with foreign Reserves.Biya took over and withen no time, Cameroon was on the headlines as having economic problems till today.Biya has already ruled for 27 years.If he leaves office today(of which he is still not prepared to),how much Reserves are going to be having?The first Fool is never considered a Fool,rather the second one.Ahidjo was the First fool becouse he made errors Biya as the second fool was supposed to correct and avoid.But Biya is even scandalous.Ahidjo did not give Um Nyobe and the rest rehabilitation.Why has Biya till now not corrected that mistake by giving them,even if he does not want to give it to Ahidjo?He has forgotten that"what goes around, comes arround..."Lets wait and see how his own End would be............

observer

Dear Mr Peter Forkou,
With all due Respect, i would like you to go back and find out more about the Cameroon History becouse you seem not to know anything.I hope you are not one of the Lazy ones who sing praises to Biya to agin favours from him.
The Cameroon which Biya inherited was far more better compared to the one inherited by his Ahidjo.It is time we face the Truth and claer the air in oder for our country to move forward.There is no doubt that Biya has crumbled this beloved nation of Cameroon.Ahidjo left a prosperous Cameroon and even with foreign Reserves.Biya took over and withen no time, Cameroon was on the headlines as having economic problems till today.Biya has already ruled for 27 years.If he leaves office today(of which he is still not prepared to),how much Reserves are going to be having?The first Fool is never considered a Fool,rather the second one.Ahidjo was the First fool becouse he made errors Biya as the second fool was supposed to correct and avoid.But Biya is even scandalous.Ahidjo did not give Um Nyobe and the rest rehabilitation.Why has Biya till now not corrected that mistake by giving them,even if he does not want to give it to Ahidjo?He has forgotten that"what goes around, comes arround..."Lets wait and see how his own End would be............But i am confident he´s would be far more catastrophic than that of Ahidjo.................

Manny75

@ Observer...
Sir/Madam, if anyone needs a second look at Cameroon History, my humble opinion is...you first! Did you say Foreign reserves..!!? What kinda animal is that!? Paul Biya is and has been an almost perfect xerox copy of Ahmadou Ahidjo...period!! Is this so called Foreign Reserve a yard stick for economic growth, prosperity, stability and the guarantee of constitutional civil liberties!? C'mon now... Ahidjo ma foot!! Gimme a break!!

If you are interested, I will furnish you numerous titles on Cameroon history 1800s-present. Interested...!? No, not Victor Ngoh!!

I totally agree with you...Peter F...! Ride on!

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