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May 18, 2009

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greatsoppo

My reply is not a reaction to what madam Ahijo said but to the pattern of our responses. Can a presenident's quality of rule be narrowed to the way he treated a group of people under him? Is that sifficient enough? Ok, let a few Northees send comments and this house will be in flames. Have we realised that Biya is just one term longer in office or has been a presidential candidate just one time more than Fru Ndi. Let us keep away this regional politics and fight for our national interest. Atleast he built a university in the north which even the then marginalised can attend today.

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