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Chief  Ayuk  Arrey.

Dear Aloysius,
I must congratulate you for your endeavors and concern on how the CPDM regime has been draining and deceiving Cameroonians on state affairs.
Cameroon has gotten Rotten and is moving to an irreversible path.But I don't think its still too late for Cameroonians to save the nation from the hands of Biya and bring things back to normal.
i,e 2011 is the decisive moment,Biya and CPDM should be voted out and all held for accountability.
Releasing those figures now are CPDM stupid political tactics to derailed Cameroonians that jobs will soon be created.This isn't strange but ignorant Cameroonians will fall in to this trap.
The role of the Diaspora now is to call their families back home and educate them on this tactics,which is to say let no one vote for Biya.
Any Cameroonian that stills supports Biya,after 28yrs of frustration and nothing to showed for, should be guilty for helping Biya to destroy Cameroon.

"Fellow Countrymen[Home and Abroad] The future of Cameroon is in your hands coming 2011"

bbhamass

We have been praying that something should happen to this Biyas term but it has instead happen to Poland. God why do you allow such a thing to happen to Poland and not to Cameroon??? We mourn with Poland but if we could turn back the hands of time we would have done so and reversed this tragic incident to happen to the Cameroon government. All our probs. would have now been solved.

Town Crier.

Aloysius Agendia, is an enemy to the state of Cameroon who takes delight in spreading falshood concerning our beloved government and fatherland. Nobody should heed such baseless and thoughtless write ups from a frustrated soul who is fighting hard to secure asylum status in the US.

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