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October 30, 2016

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I really invigorating looking at your article. I discovered this as an educational and intriguing post, so i think it is to an incredible degree steady and skilled. I may need to thank you for the exertion you have made in making.

MBANED

Another good write up from you Mr. Dibussi. Your articles inspire me.

I will say we are in a cycle of suffering today because of greed and lack of knowledge. Thanks to your writings, it has become clear to me that the current regime has maintained the same players and strategies from the beginning where they pilled and the transformed our nation first from a family source of income, to an illegal but exaggerated money provider to Biya proponents and then finally to the personal affair of a particular clan.

I wish the opposition parties could form a coalition that will limit the negative effects of failed NCOPA to (25+7) years.

Where are the patriotic leaders of Cameroon?

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