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Saturday, 01 October 2011

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jinx

The struggle for freedom is being waged on behalf of a people yearning for peace, democracy, and a better destiny by these young journalists. Let God guide, protect, and bless the your writing. You are standing up for the least in Cameroon, and your reward will be abundant. The oppressor can only last so long.

Ake Ako Ayamba

Solomon, I suggest you check your information again because as I write, Mola Njoh Litumbe has just entered the Governor's Office in Buea with some other people.
He is not escorted by the security forces.
Just check the veracity of your allegations.
Ake

John Dinga

Between October 1st when the article was posted and today October 3, 2011, a lot of water could have gone under the bridge. Dates matter when events are concerned.

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Do you really have to? The study tentatively recommends that the life-saving kits be issued to “some first responders, health care providers, and other workers that support critical infrastructure, as well as their families.” Apparently medical workers aren’t too stupid to live, according to the Institute of, uh, Medicine. And neither are government workers – those postal workers, the cops that will have to accompany them, and anybody else in government who’s smart enough to call himself a first responder (want to bet that includes the Governor?).


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