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Marie


The irony is that Ni John Fru Ndi and his gang of blind supporters, included his "internet prophets of doom and distortion" (names withheld) complain that Paul Biya has been president for long and must be ejected from the presidency. They however pretend not to acknowledge the fact that Ni John Fru Ndi, too, has been for long as chairman and presidential candidate of the SDF. They are so one sided, narrow minded, sentimental, tribalistic and shameless that they continue to defend Ni John Fru Ndi who is actually eating from Biya's table, sustaining and supporting Biya and preventing others from ejecting Biya from the presidency. These Internet professionals in public manipulation and apparent owners of knowledge would cry loud and loud before presidential elections, and would climb on any "trouble-makers" who dare criticize Cameroon's second (after Biya) butcher of democracy, Ni John Fru Ndi. Now that election results have been released and we all expected, these Internet cry-diers" have gone into hidding, of course after hitting their heads against the rock and forcing hot red bile to flow into their eyes and heart. Will they be able to see the light and grow? Will they too be able to tell Ni John Fru Ndi in his face to "get behind me"?

I look forward to reading the "declaration" that these "Internet sellers of Illusion" are drafting in hibernation. Cameroonians have been fooled but they can not be fooled always. Ni John Fru Ndi has not seen anything yet. The "thunder" will be loud and humiliating during and after the coming legislative elections. That will be his final down fall. But will Ni John Fru Ndi openly get "married" to Paul, carrying the SDF along to the CPDM? Will he continue to be main opposition leader, pretending to criticize Paul Biya but at the same time eating in darkness and protecting Biya? Let us wait and see.

And what miracle it would have been if Ni John Fru Ndi could have just a single drop of good faith still existing in him ...

Marie

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