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Cheo Jules

Republic of Nyamfukas.

Chief  Ayuk  Arrey

These Illiterate Soldiers from the North who can neither read nor write.
Paul Biya will go one day be one day and we shall see what will became of you guys.

What is in the Ministry of Justice that cannot be film? Instead of you protecting the citizens, you rather beat them up. Paul Biya has reduce Cameroon Journalist to pounching bags and objects of humiliation.
I don't blame them but I blame their Homosexual Veteran Commander inchief for recruiting such illiterate Bullies who called themselves Soldiers.

Dear Fonka I belief you guys might be thinking of filling charges against them but you know there's no justice in Cameroon against those who protect THAT DEVIL CALL PAUL BIYA.
You guys just have to be very careful.
Please it is vital for us to have the names of those two bullies for future reasons.


They ran away from war in Bakassi to come attack civilians.I remember telling some one how the only thing that attaches me to cameroon was my family.Patriotism is really hard to feel especially as an Anglophone Cameroonian. I am almost wishing that Cameroon should be at war,so these these imbeciles can be fighting.Trained soldiers that will never fight in any war in a so called "military career."

Va Boy

I think Cameroun played well against the Danes and lost, but I shed no tear. I cheered them like I would cheer Nigeria, Ghana or any other African team. Some day, we shall have our own Southern Cameroons team.

Chief  Ayuk  Arrey

If One plays well and doesn't win,what used is't.


priceless for asylum seekers.



what has it got to do with asylum?

Mallam Shehu

Are you an adoro Njimafor? Both of you are, with forcing a topic within a topic, akin. Check out your ceaseless veneration of violence remarks on this forum!

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