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Dango tumma



"Decolonize of Mount Cameroon Race?" What type of English is this? Please edit and proofread before posting articles on the site. Just for the title alone, I wouldn't even bother reading the article


If we were all willing to die before going to heaven,Yaounde would have long ago been history,instead,all of us want to go to heaven alive,especially those with position of responsibilities.His Royal Highness,Chief Endeley has just demonstrated that he is one of the few willing to die to maintaining the Southern Cameroons values,and,this time around,Mayor Moki saw with him.
I do look forward to seeing that the Bamenda Chiefs also send a message to Yaounde that the Army Day Celebrations planed for this Zone is forbidden as Southern Cameroons is "NOT" part of La Republique du Cameroun;with all due respect,Mr Ni John Fru Ndi should exit himself from LRC'political agenda with a resignation as well as cancel party's registration,any Francophone can still take it from where he might leave it.You will understand what I mean if you are following current events in regards Southern Cameroons.
I seize this chance to appealing to all Southern Cameroonians or Camerounais to always "specify" which of the Cameroun/Cameroons in any write-up.

Sesseku Arrey.

What makes you think that your Epasa Moto is the one protecting Cameroonians? I can see you are a follower of Epasa.Do not influence others with your Idolatry.
What belongs to Southern Cameroonians is theirs and No man can take it from us.


Whether or not the race should be "de-colonized" is a question for competitors. This is a gruelling task, and so far I don`t think the cash prize matches the feat. Many of the professional sporting leagues in the world used to be amateur until sponsors intervened. Today, professional footballers earn magabucks thanks to Skysports, Canal+...If the track is to be retraced at the behest of sponsors then there`s not much we can except we`re willing to loose quality participants. I guess Chief Endeley is more worried about loosing his influence than the welfare of participants


"Sponsors" are always so keen to take things over completely without the input of the people. Is that the capitalist way or the colonial way? They drop a few dollars in Yaounde and then come over to ride rough shod on the real owners of the place. Quite typical.

Dango  Tumma

buea citizens like all 8 m southern cameroonians have no power, no military to protect and defend theirs, no written laws in the books ,though the have them,to protect their belief and institutiosn , no AIRPORT, SEAPORT TO trade with africa and the world. nofreedom of anything, because french cameroun, paul biya and ahmadu ahijo, who speaks no write no english wants to ilegally colonize these nation. and dont want them to fight back, and some leaders have been paid off, even the chiefs and fons too. soo, the take every thing and the leaders and people watch without a voice to raise. there is no other country in the world that i know of

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