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November 06, 2009


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Edmund Linonge Njoh

how wonderful this images are when power changes hands.Its like a new begining.
But the ecomic crisis faced by US and other states were faced by Cameroon after this glorious moment.
Gods time is the best.Even the Egyptians did not suffer for ever it was only for about 400- 450yrs but it still came to an end.
weekly post says he will be back....
the information on daily show is to come up here.

Poor African

old but great video! thanks very much for sharing!

Ma Mary

The same government. Different puppets.


Ma Mary the lesbian, you still haven't given up your pathetic ramblings on the internet? at least try something new; it's the same old, same old with you. SMDH.

Ma Mary

USMinnesota. I was friends with your mother...wink wink! Welcome back from prison or hospital. Stay well.


Ma Mary the lesbian, at least you are honest about being a lesbian...I'll give you that. What progress have you and your SCNC brothers made over the last year? (besides frantic ramblings on the internet of course) LOL

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