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Thursday, 21 January 2010

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Paa Ngembus

Do I know this Bannati fellow?

Great job all the same ma boy.

The excepts say this:

"...
Rock of God centres on a significant war that Nso fought with Bamoun in the 1880s, and which war resulted in a devastating defeat for the Bamouns. During this war, a major Nso combat rule was broken: the Sultan (king) of Bamoun was decapitated.
..."

I think Southern Cameroonians should identify the Nso guys and send them to decapitate every Froggie leader in La Republique.

I am made to understand that it is a Nso fellow in the name of General Ivo Yengo who is guarding Paul Biya.

The Prime Minister Yang is also a Nso man I am told.

So let us get my mother's Nso guys to do it for us since by Mr. Bannati's own admission they are very good at it.

A+

Paa Ngembus
THE SOUTHERN CAMEROONS SHALL BE INDEPENDENT BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY

Paa Ngembus

Massa Moderator,

Na weti happen to my posting.

Na because I talk say make Nso them decapitate Biya?

We now know all wuna Froggie them.

I am pissed.

Paa Ngembus

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njimaforboy

... and this Ivo guy who sits next to Paul Biya.
Mr. Ivo Yengo, can you please save us from this devil called Paul Biya? See what he is doing to us. He is sucking the life out of us. We are dying slowly. There is no future for us. Do it for the sake of all Cameroonians.
Just do it.

VA Boy

So biya na froos man for put soso nso peepee for yi corner.

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