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Tuesday, 23 August 2011

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 PETER VAKUNTA


This of sort inanity just goes to show how far my compatriots have lost their sense of direction in their quest for a viable successor for lame duck president Biya whose exit from the CAMEROONIAN political scene is close at hand.We need to learn to spot moments when black humor is not only unwelcome but also offensive.

Neba-Fuh

EITHER this is an interlude of comic relief in the midst of political uncertainty, OR a temporal effect of anaesthesized thinking. I strongly wish it is the former!

berntoy

Politics is a sport as we all know it. If Eto`o is to run for prresident of Cameroon then that's OK! are we not in a free country?
The issue is can Eto`o handle these kind of game or better still is he qualified for the race? It would be very disadvantegeous and unwise for an individual with that affluence to sit infront of politics rather he should sit behind politics. In meam sententiam.

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Ngando

With all due respect observed, Eto is loved in Cameroon for his wonderful achievements as a world-class footballer and not as a politician. He is certainly not qualified to be president. Being popular is everything he has got but he needs to academically train himself if he has intentions to be voted even into a mayorship.

millo

holi shit who is Eto to became the president of Cameroon being pupolar and love by your country does not mean you qualify to became the president.

Ake Ako Ayamba

Any prospective candidate for the post of president of Cameroon should not happily pose for the public with an indecently dressed woman!that is the preserve of footballers. Man know thyself! May water always seek its level!
Ake

Michael

Well Etos' please i abeg just continues to enjoy your football and sports oh!!!! don't dare try to enter into Politics .for you are hounor and respected by the Cameroonian people for all your great achievments.

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