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VA Boy

It is so cool to have an enlightened man as your king. Best wishes to Widikum and may it be transformed in all the ways he envisions.

The Entrepreneur Newsonline Inc.

Living in Chicago?
Studying or Working?
What kind of work?
Not working? Who pays his bills?
The man's place is in widikum.
The land of his forefathers.
Imagine the Duke of Edinburgh posing
with women captives behind him in South Africa,
living there for 10 years........

VA Boy

Genocider could not resist a dig.

Chicago is the land of whose forebears? We will be there or anywhere else on planet earth.

Not everyone can stand his puckered lips in Biya's backside, like you my friend.

The Fon is in Widikum. Read the entire story on the Chia Report.

The Entrepreneur Newsonline Inc.

...what would you expect...when your contriman innocent chia interviewed him in pidgin and translated into the entire interview...and make sense out of it.....what are they talking about, when and where?

VA Boy

Hateful little genocidal twerp. My contriman, Innocent Chia? How would you know that? I could be YOUR contriman but I would be thoroughly ashamed to make that association.


The Entrepreneur Newsonline Inc is a GENOCIDAIRE. His breath stinks of a Biyas shit. Shameless dog/lowlife! Your hatred will be your undoing.

Danny Boy

The Entrepreneur Molua,
just for your information Abey Joe is an ex-student of the Government Bilingual Secondary School in Yaounde, P.O Box 864, Yaounde! Class of 1976, some 33 years ago!! How old were you then, little twerp?
He communicates in English and French fluently, one of Ahidjo's guinea pigs! Remember me telling you that you are a product of a failed educational system under Biya's watch?. Logic escapes you despite your PhD!!! If anybody needs to be interviewed in pidgin, it will be you!
Go pimp around Etoudi for your crumbs and let us decide what is good for us.
Your paper is not even good enough for one to wrap chips in, let alone read!!


My dog has a PhD too!

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