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February 23, 2011

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cadmun

Cameroonians, it is not about passion or emotion, but about reason. Take your time to study the imagery produced in this report and see whether there are any identifiable trends that may indicate bias. The person beaten with batons is a man not a woman. Thus it is not Kah Walla. She was sprayed with water.
What links the two incidence? How reliable is your source? What are you trying to achieve? Stop trying to bring unrest in Cameroon

Willie

Dibussi, great job exposing the barbarism of the Cameroon government. Keep up with your twitter feeds. Well done man.

ntam charles

Cadmun,

Whether it is Kah Walla or someone else,an abuse has been perpetuted and this is unlawful.

Ntam

Foinmujang

Biya singlehandedly changed the constitution to put him permanently in power, he has craeted ELECAM in his own image. He is about to declare himself candidate for the elections and this is tantamount to declaration of war on the Cameroonians people.
From the time he will declare himself a candidate and immediately during or after elections Cameroonians/Biya will know no peace.
This is a recipe for Chaos

Foinmujang

steph

cadmun or whatever you call yourself! it seems you can't even read the english language corectly. did the reporter said the man who is being beaten is Kah Wallah??? The reporter has taken the pains to explain how the incident went on and also emphasises on the fact that other protesters were beaten all over their bodies including their heads!!! Is this not clear enough???
If you are a Biya fan, then just look for where to hide because when the time comes, you'll not know where to stand your feet.

cadmun

To Ntam and Steph.
To Steph: I can certainly read English and maybe better than you. These are the words of the reporter "Police immediately proceeded to beat the crowd with batons and when Kah stood up to say....." On that video above,there is only one person not a crowd and we cannot determine why he is been beaten. I wonder why you say "...other protesters were beaten..."
To Ntam: Which is worse, a government that uses force to maintain law and order or an activist who manipulates images and videos to cause naive and innocent people to take to the street and get killed.
A blogger and activist who manipulates images and videos to incite unrest is worst.
We Cameroonians should be careful with the change we are asking cause those who are campaigning for change are already showing
how dishonest they can be.If they were in a position of power, there is no guarantee they won't abuse power to achieve their interest.........Power corrupts power..

s

I DID NOT SEE FOMUNYOH AND ALL THE OTHER CYBER-REVOLUIONNAIRES IN THE VIDEO. ARE THEY TOO SUPPORTING FROM THE SAFETY OF THIER APPARTMENTS AND HOMES IN THE USA/EUROPE? ENJOYING THIER FAKE POLITICAL ASYLUM AND AVOIDING DEPORTATION?

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