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May 26, 2009

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john

This was allsome men

Ambe Johnson

Wow, I am already salivating at the prospect of reading this book which, if this excerpt is any indication, is a well documented chronicle of those years that shaped Cameroon's (non)democratic future.

Kelvin Ross

Well written article! I think the appropraite honour to be given to the six matyres of democracy in Cameroon is to construct a memory stone with their names engraved in it alongside the sign post at the Liberty Square.

George Ngwa

A sterling piece, Tande! Congrats. We need your book like yesterday, so that present denialists and future generations may not forget the blood, tears and other sacrifices made to guarantee them a place under the sun.VIVA!

Bob Bristol

A nice article! The euphoria left us with a bigger nightmare .

Chris   NDZO

well written article man this recall to me when i was well beaten by the BIYA men in 1991 IN douala WHEN he SAID ,CONFERANCE NATIONAL EST SANS OBJET'' sorry for my bad FRENCH.''What goes around comes around '' May the souls of the six dead on May 26th 1990 and rest be remembered always.

Njung George

A historically factual narrative that takes one back memory lane on the buffonery and beastiality of the CPDM regime in Cameroon.It unravels the enstrencched nature and dictatorship of the CPDM single party regime prior to the emergence of multipartysm, a situation that has hardly changed. It portrays a regime that is built on brute force,deceit, lack of accountability, non-protection, alienation and even killing of the very people it is called upon to govern. The book will be well saluted. I duff my hat for it in advance.

dango  tumma

vanity up-on vanoty is just vanity
all i have read is no mention of southern cameroons, please what country doyou live in, the one that says, youhave no right for anglosaxon education, an internation airport, roads and seaports, universities and great hospital. collect your owbtaxes, freedom on your god given land is severely curtailed,and worst, english language is but taboo, is that thecameroun politicts you stillbelieve, if not then always read it as french cameroun

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