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Legion(for we are many)

I begin to wonder ,none of the electoral candidates talk about the creation of jobs, climate change, security, health care, infrastructure, our educational system(as in what do students really learn in our so called Universities)and so on. This country lacks allot of things. The way I see it Cameroonians vote any person who is ready to provide a bag of rice. Is this really politics? I am Ambazonian but I really haven't hared any of these candidates talking about these crucial issues. I think the best alternative to this election is independence. If they can't developed the country then we should. Ambazonia forever.

lionhunter

Though I differ strongly with Fru Ndi and the SDF, it is not a fact when Acha says:

"Fru Ndi is Chairman and Presidential candidate of the SDF since 1992. He has never won an election in which he is a candidate. Statistically, it is the highest failure rate: 100%".
Acha, this is not true, except you're just coming from Mars, or you were born in 1993!

Fru Ndi has his problems and is a problem himself. Granted, but let us not lose sight of the bigger problems,which are:
1) An electoral body managed by CPDM party members.
2)An election rigging machine MINATD
3)A tampered constitution
4)An armed elite force BIR ready to kill innocent citizens.
5)Biya's stolen wealth , and those of his cohorts.
I strongly believe that the problem in Cameroon is not voters registration or elections. It is bigger than that and of course, bigger than Fru Ndi. That's why Acha's paper has no concrete proposals on the Cameroonian problem now, which is a credible election body- not necessary perfect.

The simple fact is that even if Fru Ndi ask everybody to register and doesn't stand as an SDF presidential candidate, the elections will still be rigged. Or else, why did they(Biya and his clique) change the constitution in the first place? What were they scared of?
'Strike the shepherd and the sheep will scatter'. The popular and recognised bad shepherd of Cameroon now is Paul Biya Bi Mvondo. Let us not be distracted and lose sight of him. For now he is the one to be struck, and anybody can do that(even you Acha), not necessarily Fru Ndi, who is already tired.

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