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Alain Dipoko, Yabassi Boy.

This is a great initiative to support the masters!


Beer no dey so hall empty... Na wa for my DC people dem...

Alain Dipoko, Yabassi Boy.

A society of emminent Cameroonian yes men. That is what we like all you anglos to be.

The Entrepreneur Newsonline Inc.

...Congratulations to the organizers...We sincerely do hope the CPS will remain true light to positive change, and contribute in its own small way in turning stumbling blocks into stepping stones, so that our children's children inherit a befitting fatherland.....Kudos.....

But we must always remember, things are happening on the ground, and more than 20 million persons living in that triangular landmass, whether chinese or igbo, turk or french, black african or egyptian, are making things happen in their own small way...

we must all try to be part of that effort, and carve our place under the cameroon sun....


What things are happening on the ground? Biya, La Republique and clowns of La Republique like u are doing nothing but setting the stage for chaos and anarchy.

There is no collective effort. Southern Cameroonians wants no part of La Republique with her corrupt and evil ways.

Your children will become jesters for frogs,
clowns for La Republique just like u, unless u overcome your selfish and primitive instincts.

No stumbling block can become a stepping stone under the rogue regime of Paul Biya. Listen dummy, we are talking over 18 milliion people in extreme pooverty due to failed government policies. This is not about u and a few traitors who will pimp their mothers.

The Entrepreneur Newsonline Inc.

It's like you know only your 200 brothers and sisters who are in abject poverty....perhaps, that's all you know about Cameroon. The images of those faces haunt you, and their terorising phonecalls and emails begging for alms, make you think nothing else is happening in Cameroon....

.....Just the burst of air you breath and exuberance thats smacks of freedom from your current jail, when you visit Cameroon, provides indication of an inherit intrinsic value of the cameroon landmass that you get from nowhere else, not even in your current hideouts....

...why you fail to appreciate that value, is testament to your inherent selfishness, ungratefulness and deceit to mislead the world, and so doing, yourself...

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