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Wednesday, 15 September 2010


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Sangoh Angoh

Any comments about this from the fake professor yet? They are many of them who go about professing to be learned men. This one bought his certificate from the Philipinnes, and Alain Dipoko bought his from Haiti. Our "learned" men! What do they all have in common: CAMEROON.


Sangoh, you deserve a cigar.
Earnest Mollua, Allain Dipoko,
Entrepreneur etc. etc.,
these are real life fools and idiots, claiming to be educated, and partly to blame for the many problems facing Cameroon.

I hope the fool does some real time in prison there in the U.S before being shipped back to the jungle here with us.

This frog thing of corruption and thievry. The thought of Southern Cameroonians being associated with it sends chills down our spine.

That is the price of this doomed union with frogs that our children will pay until we are liberated by an assassins bullet or natural causes. The former is the only way out.


I wonder if Limbaugh ever bought something from him?

Mallam Shehu

Njimafor, where should they join you? You're hiding behind a keyboard that is surrounded by a jungle of skyscrapers. A glutton can never withstand jungle-life for a day. Stop fooling yourself and be more of a brain-glutton.


Now we know as we did before that Mallam Shehu must either be Allain Dipoko or Earnest Mollua. All three may as well be the same person. What a coward, liar and traitor.
Earnest Mollua AKA Allain Dipoko AKA Mallam Shehu. You see how easy it is to burst your dumb ass.



The man is having his day in proper court. It is possible to suspend judgement.


paysan is paysan thief people . like Biya like citizens. I thought pharmacist and Doctors make much money. why is it that they fraud all the time and go to jail.?

The Observer

What exactly is wrong with these Mubang kids? First Theresa gets 17 years for child slavery [ ], this after being convicted for a million-dollar medicaid fraud scheme after, another mubang was on a state most wanted list for owning over $100,000 in child support, and now this!!!! what a crying shame!

Mallam Shehu

in this doc's shoes, you'll be worst. Just by reading your words, one sees many traces of 'Mboko life' in them. I can bet a thousand US dollar that you're thief out there in the USA. We shall get to know you one day on the headlines. Keep on speculating on examplary paysans' screen names, it is at your peril, lie-lie Soldier man!


Mallam Shehu really hate the truth mmmmmmm. NJimafor release,release brother we are reading.


Disgrace to Cameroon. Shame on you.

Electronic Medical Records

This is going on all over america! it is horrible that these doctors take advantage of their patients and hook them further on drugs. I cant wait for all doctors to go electronic - then when someone doctor shops - it's obvious.

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