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Friday, 18 February 2011


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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,
Yaoundé, Cameroon

Nkeze. A. Felix

Hi guys the time has come for us to Unite and defeat Paul Biya. let rise up now. Bcoz i believed that it's time we the Cameroonians people should take our destiny into our own hands, Bcoz history is on the move, It will be better for us to take the advantage of the current situation that is happening in Africa now to shape our beautiful country Cameroon. Bcoz the regime is in a Vulnerable position now, there is panicing now in Cameroon let Do it is our time . Let start taking off the head of those F....k guys

Nkeze. A. Felix

When writing to the BBC etc, also use words like:

Brutal Police suppression, Extra-judicial murder of innocent people, elaborate land racket, Thieves in government, a total totalitarian state, enemies of the Cameroon people, a notorious kleptocratic regime beyond measure, mindless personality cultism, henchmen and sycophants of tyranny against the people of Cameroon, human rights violators of Southern Cameroon peoples, Paul Biya must go, tormentors of the Cameroon people; Brutal army killings in Douala, Buea, Kumba, Mbanga, Yaoundé, Bamenda; a corrupt system that must be uprooted and thrown into the Atlantic ocean to drown; grotesque crimes against the people of Cameroon, crimes against humanity; wholesale looting of resources; neo-colonial slave drivers; shameless lies, self-proclaimed African Dictator-for-Life Paul Biya, Constitutional Coup plotters, we don't want Paul Biya and his bad system, The deluded Lion man. The Biya 30 years of madness must stop, 40 percent unemployment, No Roads to Mamfe and oil and gold producing Ndian and Meme regions of Cameroon; one dollar a day living standard, massive deforestation, environmental disaster.

You can also forward mails to:


it is sickenning to hear another promise from that Biya. why bother to open a university when the graduates will never be employed.may be he should start by employing the ones that are out there without jobs. I honestly think is about time he goes.Cameroonians at this point will rather hear unforfilled promises from someone else than him.He should learn from what happened in Eygpt. He might twist the constitution as many times as he wants to and supress all riots but the end will surely come.

tita from madrid

cameroonian we should be prepare to out biya,it,s our future and that of generation to come,the biya regime is now weak we should take part in this history,biya itself is afriad he knows he will go he should start looking for country where he will seek exile.

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