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John Dinga

Oh, Mr Ndifor! Ever so untiring and so thought-provoking. More grease to your elbows, Chum.

But you see, cynicism aside, pragmatism aside, in the good old Fatherland, as potential senators will get appointed by the incumbent president, the word "constituency" is quite a baggage isn't it? Won't it be nice if it were otherwise?
Nevertheless, Cameroon has its place at the United Nations, where the big ones sit and where, some day, His Excellency may stamp his foot in indignation on the table the way late Nikita Kruschev did to make a point. And nobody will pull his ear to mention "l'image de marque du pays".

Le pays est formidable; vivons seulement!


2012 made it 40 years since former British Southern Cameroon (or West Cameroon in the Federal Republic of Cameroun dispensation) lost ALL self-rule privileges. My question is: for what?
Remember Biya's last visit to France? Guess what he was told to do: throw a bone to the dogs. And the Camerounese Senate was born. For those of us who want to rule ourselves and not give up our homeland to a system (not Biya, he's soon gone) that has little or no legitimacy according to the political history playbook of this region, I will just say: stay as far away from this kangaroo Senate as possible. It is going to be a very good place for Camerouneses to hash out their palavers, but no place for any citizen of former British Southern Cameroon to have even a whisper. Former British Southern Cameroon had a legitimate House of Chiefs in the late 50's. Did the Republique of Cameroun have anything similar? You tell me.

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Chopper, this is carefully written and thoughtful. How can we ever move thoughts to action in Camerron. Maybe slim at this time but the Etoudi giant days are numbered. Belief me or not.

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