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Courage brothers and sisters courage! Even though not in the cell with you, we are with you and share your pains in some other ways not necessary to mention here. our cause must succeed because it is a just cause. God knows it all and I believe that we like the Isrealites are just going through our own tribulations. The end must come because God is a just one. Stay solid and do not relent.

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courage my people! do not stumble. Freedom is worth fighting for. we share your struggle, we are together!The road may rough and dreary,but we have to foot if bravely and strong or weary.God bless you all, and God bless Cameroon!

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We most keep it on going no turning back,This movement didn't just started today,this is our right and has always been our dream.We all knows this saying that stated,the older we get in life the more the consiquent fall backs at you.


Rubbish, cameroon is one and undivided. Stop nonsense to split lovely people who are united and happy to live together with god's blessing. At the time where the world is become globalised some small nasty people want to cause trouble among people living in peace. We will never and never let this happen. If you are nasty, cause trouble we will be more nasty to you and cause you more trouble.

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