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May 08, 2013


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Thank you Mr. Ambassador Jackson:
I appreciate your love and speech to see that we human beings in Cameroun can teats rights of freedom if only the set governments will keep this in mind and truly practice what English man call democracy for the people.
We shall not tire to raise our voice and call for the world potentials to listen to us and fine a way to bring us into the light which every other humans are enjoying.
May you live long to see that your expectation for the voiceless be heard in this country
Stay bless in Cameroun


The priority of any one concerned about africa should be to assist african children still dying because of lack of food , should be to educate the population to build roads, to stand
for peace and fairness to create an enviroment where by everyone feels like they belong to the same country. we know the origine of wars in africa let us address the real problems. if the world was engage as it is about homosexulity africa will be ok.

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