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April 28, 2011


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1991 came SDF telling us "Suffer don finish".In our ignorance we listened when the chairman asked us to boycott Parliamentary election.The biggest political short sightedness in Cameroon history.That he would stand for Presidential election with no parliamentary seat.Our comrades took to the street.some are still in prison.

Next came the SCNC,promising secession.Many of the so-called forefathers used this to claim assylum status in Europe and America. Others simply disappeared with the money we raised to sustain the campaign.
Our comrades took to the street.Some are still in prison.

Now you have come, proclaiming to be our cyber warrior, promising a revolution ochestrated by the diaspora via the social media. Last year, your goal was to seek ways to "successfully engage people in the digital sphere when the majority of them are not wired." Miraculously, you found the solution, and encouraged us to take to the street on February 23rd,2011.Our comrades took to the street. Some are still in prison.
How true are the words of Ayi Kwei Armah

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