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Felix

What a Cry? How long shall you cry over spilled Milk?.
Keep crying Tunisia and Egypt are already on the field planting for a new Season.
Keep Crying Babe Cameroonian and never grow up ..........

Nkeze. A. Felix

We want to inform our members that the official date of the Revolution is February 23, 2011 at the following locations:
YAOUNDE boulevard de 20 mai, DOUALA rond point deido, BUEA bongo square, LIMBE texaco, TIKO Mutengene Roundabout, BAMENDA commercial avenue, BERTOUA, KRIBI,KUMBA Town Green, WUM market square, NKAMBE, Mamfe Town Centre, FUNDONG, GAROUA, MAROUA,NGAOUNDERE, TOMBEL,SANGMALEMA,
BOULEVARD DE 20 MAI
Yaoundé, Cameroon

Nkeze. A. Felix

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MrBiggy79 has shared a video with you on YouTube:
Cameroon - Zangalewa
AFRICA FROM A-Z : CAMEROON
Paul Biya most go is time this video will bring our sprite of the 1990s back so please brothers and Sisters let do our best to make this day the 23th of February a success, Because this is our only opportunity we have to make a great impact for change in Cameroon.see u guys on the Street that day God blessed u all .
B© 2010 YouTube, LLC

Nkeze. A. Felix


Press Release

February 19, 2011 -

The President of Cameroon Ô'Bosso, Kah Walla, held a press conference today to announce that:

Cameroon Ô'Bosso will be participating in the non-violent demonstrations on February 23rd, 2011 and has declared this the day of:

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH / Journée - CA SUFFIT!

· Too many rigged elections !

· Too many unemployed youth !

· Too many hassles for those trying to make a living!

· Too many broken promises!


This Wednesday, February 23, 2011 we say enough is enough!

WE WILL ALL BE IN RED TO:

· Render tribute to the martyrs of Cameroon

· Demand :

o The organization of free and fair elections

o Improved living conditions for the population

o The end of impunity of the « thieves of the republic »

o The end of intimidation of the people by the state

ALL IN RED THIS WEDNESDAY, February 23, 2011 TO SAY ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!


In addition to wearing red, all those who are interested in participating in non-violent public demonstrations should contactCameroon Ô'Bosso. Cameroonians must dare to invent their own future. Enough Is Enough!


Nkeze. A. Felix


Mr Issa Tchiroma Minister Of Information We want to inform our members that the official date of the Revolution is February 23, 2011 at the following locations:
YAOUNDE boulevard de 20 mai, DOUALA rond point deido, BUEA bongo square, LIMBE texaco, TIKO Mutengene Roundabout, BAMENDA commercial avenue, BERTOUA, KRIBI,KUMBA Town Green, WUM market square, NKAMBE, Mamfe Town Centre, FUNDONG, GAROUA, MAROUA,NGAOUNDERE, TOMBEL,SANGMALEMA,
BOULEVARD DE 20 MAI
Yaoundé, Cameroon
Thank's see you on the Street then we will be very welcome if you can join us.


wantim

Mr. nkeze Felix! you guys want to overthrow Biya and you don't even have a website or blog where you can post all this information. You that is how amateurish the Egyptians were? If you want to copy something, the least you can do it get it right.

Please stop spamming us with this nonsense!

tita from madrid

kah walla our problem for now is biya and the regime should go all what u are saying we have say that for the past 29years. for now we donot need good election because that well never happen with biya government actually is imposible what we need is he should go.

King

Since President Paul Biya has been winning elctions for the past years you conclude he rigs elections. I think that’s how you deduced it because you have no proves of elections rig. Opposition is transparent in Cameroon and President Paul Biya has always been elected by Cameroonians themselves, because he is the only one they feel can lead them for now.

manolo blahnik

Beautiful!!! You truly have an eye for colour.

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