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Princwill

This is a good job. I congratulate you Washington and I am appealing to all cameroonians there to come out. This is a very good step to end this dictatorship and theives in cameroon.
The world is seeing what this dictators are doing and the world will always support to end this.

For example: the world is helping to make sure that Garhdafi leaves. He proved strong but today he was begging and wanted to stop the war because the world came in to support the opposition.

Garhdafi and Biya will follow soon.

Please cameroonians it is time to end all this and we should come out for the world will support us.

limbekid

Why always try to force an open door? What is the point of a counter rally? If the CPDM event were unpopular, all would notice. By organising a counter rally you only lend credence to an event which hitherto would have gone unnoticed.

freedom people

Thank you my Brothers in Washingston. we should all go a step further. we should make our voices heard in all the print and electronic media in the world.please help us compile of compendum of falling and broken infrastructure in cameroon since the inception of biya. please send photographs of Kumba-mamfe or kumba-mundemba roads. complie the names of cameroonians who have either disappeared or liquidated by the brutal regime.of course Biya himself is amongst the most corrupted and wicke leaders in the world. BIYA MUST GO. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.

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