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February 09, 2010

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Wanky

Holy cow! Always heard the name Donatien Kouagne in the "background" and remember the royal treatment that he was given (with the PM welcoming him at the airport like a foreign dignitary) in the run up to the 1994 world cup when he donated 10 Million FCFA to the Lions. Never knew of all these details. What a story!!!

Son of the Soil.

Thank God, this crook never came near the doors of Etoudi. That is how sane and devoid of criminal activities our regime is. We do not associate with small minds.Etoudi has no place for such twisted characters.


This is a call to those who globetrotter and in the false illusion that they belong outside Cameroon. What a lesson to all.

Father of the Soil

Son of the soil aka "AL DIP", I guess you missed the statement before yours where it is stated that Donatien Kouagne was received at the airport by the Prime Minister of Cameroon like a foreign dignitary, feted by the Biya regime and then treated like royalty in the corridors of power and on CRTV where he was called the most patriotic Cameroonian after he donated 10 million francs of his ill-gotten wealth to the lions; money which regime officials swindled during the infamous "operation coup de coeur". Massa, from all indications, you don't know the faintest thing about Cameroon. You better focus on your menial job in Minesotta.

Son of the Soil.

THE MANY SHADES OF FEYMANIA UNDERTAKEN BY CAMEROONIANS.
(1) the buying and selling of fake drugs.
(2) The having of more than 3 names and several dates of birth.
(3) Filing for fake asylum status.

Dear Father of the Soil, which do you belong? I read everything. The PM received Donatien as a private citizen. Donatien as a Cameroonian, had as his right to go to CRTV or even Etoudi but as a private citizen doing sight seeing. People go to Buckingham Palace for sightseeing also.

Did our man receive him? The answer is NO; Father of the Soil. Talk is cheap. Some of you will look at the sun only to try and find stains on it. What has the CPDM done? Not a single posting is done without the writer doing CPDM bashing. I detest that.

Get out of my soil

Son of the Soil, previously known as D'poko. So far so good. Continue to keep it clean.

solomonsydelle

wow, had never heard of this character until today.

Gan Charles

For whom the illgotten gain? What Donatien did was con the con. My only regret is that he did not perform more Robin Hood like act with the loot.
What I do not understand is why Heads of states with all the monies would want to engage in money doubling and counterfeiting.
GREED.
Hope there were more Donatiens out there coning the cons.
Peace!

Che Sunday

Well Spoken Gan Charles
When the greedy become too greedy, here comes a dirtier version of their kind and they fall for him.Lets pray for a dirtier Donatien and let the French keep trying to cover up their rear-ends. Someday, we will have our revenge.

The Observer

Roommates charged in Minneapolis homicide
Victim was kicked, strangled and stabbed before he was tossed in snow

By ABBY SIMONS, Star Tribune

Last update: February 12, 2010 - 7:42 PM
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An argument between crack-smoking roommates resulted in the beating, strangling and stabbing death of a Minneapolis man whose body was found in the snow last week, according to criminal charges filed Friday.

Alfunda Scruggs, 50, was charged with first and second-degree murder. His girlfriend, Hope Christina Jackson, also known as Hope Cook, 38, was charged with being an accomplice after the fact.

The body of 45-year-old Michael Moulion Fonta was found behind his home Feb. 4 in the 300 block of 8th Street SE.

According to charges against the couple:

• Police found Scruggs and Jackson in the dead man's apartment. Scruggs said that he'd lived with Fonta about a month, and Jackson joined them about two weeks ago, but he had not seen Fonta since Feb. 2.

• Jackson told investigators that she, Scruggs and Fonta had smoked crack in the apartment and Fonta had started calling her "bitch." She said Scruggs got angry, punched Fonta several times and said, "She's my bitch, and I am the only one that can call her that."

• Jackson told police that Scruggs threw Fonta to the floor, kicked him and told Jackson that they'd have to put Fonta on "house arrest because if we let him go, we're going to jail."

• Jackson said her boyfriend grabbed a black strap, sat on Fonta and strangled him, then stabbed him in the neck with a knife or screwdriver until he was motionless.

• Jackson told police that they cleaned the apartment and Scruggs took the body outside.

• In the apartment, police found traces of blood, residue from bleach, a black cord and knives. A dumpster behind the apartment contained garbage bags with bloody sheets, braids of hair and Fonta's wallet.

Scruggs was in the Hennepin County jail on $2 million bail. Jackson's bail was set at $1 million.

Abby Simons • 612-673-4921

vallyshaqing

its a pity cameroon has lost a great brain.anyway the legacy continues

Mbella Anderson

Everything that goes up must come down;its just a matter of time

Sean Blaise

THAT WAS A HERO WITH BRAINS.
ONLY A GREEDY MAN FALLS VICTIM TO SUCH.
LET US ALL STOP CONDEMNING DONACIAN AND INSTEAD LEARN TO BE SATISFIED WITH WHAT WE HAVE BECAUSE IT IS WHEN WE SEEK FOR MORE THAN WHAT WE DESERVE THAT WE FALL VICTIM. WHAT HE DID IS NOT RIGHT BUT THAT IS NOT ENOUGH REASON FOR US TO CRUCIFY HIM BECAUSE SOME OF US ARE NOT ANY BETTER THAN HIM. ITS NOT BECAUSE HIS CASE HAS BEEN MADE KNOWN TO THE PUBLIC. SOONER OR LATER WE SHALL HEAR OF YOURS TOO.

eric peter

donatien is a grear man.we need people like him to punish our greedy leaders.at list he will never allow them to use the money to buy arms to kill innocent citizens.thank you donatien may your soul rest in perfect peace.we miss you so much.

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