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Edward  Awadeji

This is the year that with any fairness on the horizon for the SDF or any other opposition, it must go ahead and declare the setup of a government in order to challenge the incumbent.
Other important positions should include the appointment of an ambassador to Abuja and South African for regional recognition within the African context.

Enow

Enow,
I just want you people to know that the era of Fru Ndi and the SDF is over.Fru Ndi should step down as the party chairman,He has been there for almost 20 years now.What is the difference between him and Biya?They should both leave Cameroonians alone.The opposition have all failed Cameroonians,why can't they came together and came out with a single candidate?If they think they can beat Biya in this their present situation then they are only dreaming.All they think about is their stomachs and have no time for Cameroonians and this beautiful triangle of ours.

Eslus

Cameroonians want and deserve Biya. I say this because the greed and mistrust that looms within Cameroonians is so evident that Biya is the only common denominator, and so he rules. Why could all the other twenty-two opposition parties not come together and have a quasi primary to choose one candidate whom everyone would support to beat Paul Biya? I know there are more opposition to Biya than CPDM members. And within the CPDM, not all of its members love him to stay in power. But the greed and mistrust that I alluded to above would not let that to happen. So I say unto my country folks, you deserve Paul Biya, and so stay under his rule.

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Of all the appointments however, the first that might ring alarm bells and might remain a game changer in the event of a gridlock over today’s election would be that of a new Cameroon ambassador to the United States. When the SDF approached the United Nations in 2010-over what it considered as ELECAM’s partiality-it took alongside some brilliant members of its party that, were it to make a choice over the position of Cameroon’s ambassador to the U.S., settling in on one of those who eruditely argued the SDF case before the world body, would be ideal for the party’s image in today’s international environment.

Gan Charles

The Opposition is of the illusion that the UN is on their side. Hogwash! Even if it were, opposition cannot influnce who becomes Cameroon's UN Ambassador let alone choose. No wonder the opposition is a dismal failure. They think in such illogical terms and seem to let emotions cloud their reasoning.

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