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Monday, 13 December 2010

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Va Boy

The popular swooning that we witnessed during Biya's first Bamenda visit, at which some fawning fons elevated him to Fon of Fons, we are seeing elements of that this time.

Once bitten twice shy.

DO NOT BE TAKEN FOR SUCKERS AGAIN

Nkeze Asonglefac Felix

PAUL AYAH FOR PRESIDENT# PAUL AYAH CANDIDAT A LA
PRESIDENTIELLE 2011

by Ayah Paul Abine on Sunday, December 12, 2010 at
9:39pm


Let it be known by all persons that this Sunday, the 12 th day of December,
2010, HRH Hon Lord Justice AYAH Paul ABINE, Member of Parliament for Akwaya,
born about 1950 at Ngali-Akwaya of Ayah Abine and Omar Ayah, made a formal
declaration that he shall be a presidential candidate in the 2011 presidential
election in the Republic of Cameroon.


Some persons have been quick to ask the how possible this is in the face of the
provition by the CPDM Constitution that tha national chairperson of the party
is automatically the presidential candidate of the party. Much as the question
is pertinent and logical, we may not lose sight of the declaration by the
Secretary General of the Central Committee of the CPDM in the recent past that
he has been instructed to prepare an imminent ordinary congress of the party.
Seeking for an answer to the question now is seeking a solution for a problem
that does not yet exist. When a national chairperson has been elected
during the ordinary congress, the new situation will call for a consequential
solution.


As of now, therefore, all options are on the table. In consequence of which
Ayah Paul Abine alias Paul Ayah hereby declares his cndidature as aforesaid.
The declaration is dedicated to the youths and women of Cameroon in special,
and to all Cameroonian patriots at home and abraod in general.


In witness whereof this declaration has issued under my hand at Buea, this 12th
day of December, 2010

God bless
Cameroon!


PAUL AYAH

A SERVANT OF
ALL THE PEOPLE OF CAMEROON

mathias asongwe Ndefru

HAHA MR. HON. AYAH,HOPE YOU KNOW VERY WELL YOUR POLITICAL RECORD IN AKWAYA YOUR HOME TOWN ,THE ONLY PLACE WHERE THERE EXIST REFUGEES IN THIS COUNTRY ,LIVING IN NIGERIA, SO GET THAT SORTED OUT FIRST BEFORE YOU THINK OF THE WELFARE OF A LARGER POPULATION THAN AKWAYA. WE ARE MORE CONCERNED WITH THOSE WHO DO,NT FAN THE FLAMES OF HATRED AS IS THE CASE, IN YOUR CONSTITUINCY

Ashu

Do something about your country. Make a contribution.
Here is a webpage to bring house owner and tenants together.This for the people of Cameroon. http://www.mybuea.com
Spread the news.!!!

King

A political regime relies on laws and a constitution and not on human beings like as you think. President Paul Biya needs all institutions, which in reality constitute the basement of our democracy. As a reminder, contrary to preconceived ideas, President Paul Biya remains a regalian stricto sensu.

Sharon

It is not easy in a country like ours, to establish in an eye blink, all the major institutions. I for one, I think Mr. Biya is taking a measure in order to grant our country with institutions, so that these should not only be paper work. The aim is to establish institutions with sovereign powers.

orangedude

I believe when I see it.

People have been born since had grand children since this man became president. He has zero imagination and just clings to power for the sake of power and money. This man has been working at a high level at the presidency of Cameroon since he was a young fellow in his mid 20s. He is tapped out. He has nothing to offer. He is just another useless African head of state.

John

I’ll say in this case that Biya is Father Christmas as loved by children. He has a basket full of gifts. Sincerely I believe in 2011 because of the strong and active implication of the head of state, we are going to get back on track with high speed and witness an exponential development, we can only observe the great projects which are on the way.

Diamant

I love this father Christmas! he overwhelms us with lots of projects which are going to boost economy and employment in our country.

King

Why mix-up issues? You seize the opportunity here to talk about the ruling system and even in a wrong way, rather than talking about President Paul Biya’s actions that led to his qualification as father Christmas. You are out of topic.

King

Why mix-up issues? You seize the opportunity here to talk about the ruling system and even in a wrong way, rather than talking about President Paul Biya’s actions in Bamenda that led to his qualification as father Christmas. You are out of topic.

Greg

If you have never and can never give Cameroonians anything, let President Paul Biya enjoy that privilege of being able to play father Christmas for Cameroonians as he did in Bamanda by granting a university. What has his being father Christmas got to do with the ruling system? You are out of topic.

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