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The protest to ask biya to quite was good enough if all the opposition parties came together.

I strongly advice that biya including all the politicians and oppositions from 80s till date should be kicked out. For 20 years, Ni John and the so call opposition could not change the country till now.
Most of this people are getting toward retirement and dead, when do they want to bring a change to cameroon.
Young cameroonians, please stand up and fight for this change or else the country will go from fry pan to fire.

Gan Charles

I admire Kah Wallah's belief in non-violence protest. However the governement does not share this view as indicative of these events. The situation now is you eihter fight fire with fire or forget about forcing out the regime by some peaceful means and negotiations.
I do not believe that this protest was well organized or co-ordinated. I doubt most of the opposition parties were committed to this protest. In the event they were contated but did not commit, why would Kah Walla put herself out there knowing exactly what would happen? If her self sacrifice was for the benefit of the international community to put pressure on the Biya government, I have news for her, Cameroon is not a priority of the West. France has cut a deal with them and will contain Cameroon and protect her interest. I hope Wallah did not anything in the speaches or meeting with western representatives to mean that they will come to her aid in case of Police brutality - they won't.
Cameroon is likened to the little girl that is being raped by a relative and the adults do not lift a finger to help her.

Va Boy

Gan is very bleak. Can you apply your mind toward solutions and work arounds? There has to be a way around.

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