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« (Memory Lane - January 1 1960) African Leaders at Independence Ceremonies for Cameroon | Main | 2010 Economic Freedom Index: Cameroon Ranked 132nd & Economy "Mostly Unfree” »

January 17, 2010

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Dr A A Agbormbai

Wonderful piece.

"In later years, Ndongmo was dismissive of Biya, claiming that Ahidjo had deliberately picked him as his successor, knowing full well that he would destroy Cameroon; in this way Ahidjo would have proved that he had been indispensable."

Wonderful insights by Ndongmo.

dango  tumma

aa agbormbia and dibussi whats important about it?
dibussi is taking us to la republique history, i havent read any thing yet about akwayaa, pat obenson and our
southern cameroons history. whats wrong with this french cameroun simpatizers?

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