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foulambaock

How much is this going to cost the cameroon taxpayer?? Why not send one or two memebers to work with the various ambassadors and consulates to put in plce those committees.This is another way to waste the hard earned tax payers money in Cameroon.

Va Boy

Such booolshit

brown

this is brilliant idea. cameroonians need a change, but they are not ready to take part in the change. pls let's take part in the decision making of our nation.

JOSEPH ELAD EFANKONG

Dear Sir.
I am a Cameroonian by Joseph Elad Efankong
resides in South Africa.
I was great reading through the struggle and preparation you people are going the put things in place for the up coming election which we thing and hope it will bring us more opportunities that can land in in our expectations.
I want to first of all appreciate you people for your time and effort.
What I want to say is, we as Cameroonians knowing full well how the elections process is being carrying out in Cameroon.
1) we know that Government is providing Id Cards to Cameroonian free to registered the Election then sponsoring election also to other areas freely.
2) We in South Africa or I for myself in South Africa is asking that, if Government has recognized us with right to vote how then we are being asking to pay R3.00 before we can be registered to vote.
Where is our right to vote as Cameroonians?
So of us here are students and we find it very difficult to meet up with our studies the small money we have to use for buying something to support ourselves we have to take to pay before we can be registered is that fair?
3) This communique has also cause threaten to the life of one Mr. DONGUE TOKOTO PHILIPPE MOKOLO. whose contacts appears bellow as I found on the website
http://www.postnewsline.com/2011/08/-cameroon-high-commissioner-in-south-africa-backing-electoral-fraud.html

CELL: +27736665307
E-mail: dongue_tokoto@yahoo.fr

Please if we have to do anything to bring life and light to our country then we must not take it for game or selfish interest.
Dear Cameroonians I believe it is time for us to stand up together and build our nation.
Hope to read from you
Joseph Elad

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I use a debit card for the sole reason that if I rack up 10 transactions per month (not PIN transactions) I get 3% interest on up to $30k. That is one of the best interest rates in the country for that amount of deposits. I make my 10 transactions and then put it away until the next month starts.

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