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Legion(for we are many)

He was never going to come.See my people try not to get confused as to which side you belong to.Ambazonia remain strong your children will set you free sooner than later.

Ma Mary

I have always wondered about Paul Biya's serial collosal blunders on the Southern Cameroons, such as changing the name of both countries to Republique du Cameroun. Then this one. I could only come to one conclusion, namely that he receives his advice about Southern Cameroons from French people. If you have met any french officials involved with Africa, it becomes soon obvious that they believe that Africans are so primitive and backward that they are grateful for any proximity to French culture and influence. Southern Cameroons being close to la republic for 10 years, and they attempted to dissolve it in 1972. Paul Biya is still playing by french fantasies. There are many Southern Cameroonians who are prepared to sell their country for personal benefit. If he consulted some of them before taking his actions, the colonization would have been much further along. For the record, Mr Biya, your advisers know nothing about us, and should stick to eating the legs of amphibians, drinking the fermented juice of grapes, savoring old rotten milk and selling them to idiots at exhorbitant prices.

Ashu Felix

Good article.
Please visit this site www,mybuea.com and encourgage Landlords to register and place information about houses for Rents.
A little gift to help my Cameroonian people especially students who move from other province to school in another.
Felix Ashu A

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