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oill mill

Advanced technology a human has brought a lot of convenience.



Dirty politics and biya dictatorship is eating up our Fondoms and so call Fons and Chief. Our Fons and Chiefs are becoming more like Dictators. Our Fons and Chiefs are not fighting for the interest of it subjects but for their selfcentered interest. Our fons and chief enjoys everything given to them by their subject and turns to support Biya with his regime that is killing all cameroonians and taking the country backward.
Cameroonians and especially the sons and daughters of so call „ Fons or chiefs“. I thinks it is time not to give this fons or chiefs respect and gifts.

The people do everything to see that their Fons and chief have a good living, we do everything to respect our fons and chiefs, we do everything to provide our fons and chief with their needs and support. The fons and chiefs eat, drink and have a good living with the providing of it people.

But this very fons and chiefs we feed, respect etc joins Mr Paul Biya to kill the citizens. This very fons and chiefs join and support Biya’s politics.

We have to blame the Fons and chiefs in cameroon for supporting Biya and preventing the growth and development of the country.
we blame the fons and chiefs for joinning biya to bring into the country: poorverty, embezzelment, corruption, selfcentered etc.

Papa Antoinette

They should be careful. We could make our traditions chief free. These are the same characters whose forefathers profited by the transatlantic slave trade, so it is no surprise that their descendants are gutless traitors


Why are all these cheefs on exile instead of in their traditional domains?

Bamba Boy

A chief and black and color tv should have been disconinued at same for the same handicap vision distortion.

Bamba Boy

A chief and a black and white tv should have been discotinued at the same time for the same reason distorion of the poeople vision.

Bamba Boy

Bouba the answer to your question is that like most CPDM benefactors they never get their money by staying at their offices. Hang a coat and go on vacation. As long as the coat is there the position as filled and is garanteed a pay check.

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