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Va Boy

ha ha ha !

njimaforboy

Accountability is the glue that holds the best laid plans together. He is right, because Biya Paul is accountable to nobody, no one outside the government knows the GDP.

The same argument holds true that Biya Paul is not a sitting President. Presidential previleges do not apply to Biya Paul because he never won an elction. Killiing him doesn not mean Presidential assasination because he is not a sitting President. He is a mobster out to terrorize free citizens.

The Nkwen chief represents Nkwen, Northern, Southern and all over Cameroon, we have Chiefs that represent their people. Their right to chieftaincy is inherited. Killing any of them can qualify as an assasination.

Any Law that Protects any sitting President, who came to power through winning an elction does not protect Paul Biya. Any true blooded Cameroonian should attempt to eliminate the butcher of etoudi, because he is becoming suicidal and won't mine taking Cameroon to the grave with him.

This son fo a bitch is now toying with the idea of having Frank Biya take over from his father.

Guys , a fish starts rotting in the head. How can 20 million people be so blind to this truth. Biya Paul is like a dead fish that starts rotting in the head. Any true son or daughter of Cameroon should be willing to end our missery burying the dead fish before it starts smelling.

Va Boy

Alcohol, my friend. The answer to your question is alcohol, the poison that makes people stupid and careless about important things. That crap is everywhere and there is no age limit to accessing it. Pregnant women use it to poison the baby in the womb.

princenyenty

njimaforboy,
You have a point.I back you up.I only wish God's wrath sweeps Biya before he transfers powers over to the next of kin in his Kingdom of Cameroon. God is the only solution bro.Cameroonians are far unlike Nigerians.

JOANNA31Orr

Different people in all countries receive the personal loans from different banks, just because it is simple.

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