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Kevin Komepule

Nice piece of scholarly publication from Dr. Yenshu whom I do not doubt his academic calibre.

But the Constitution, as Thosmas Jefferson puts it "is for the living and not for the dead". Thus it must be subject to changes in line with the political and social evolution of the times, provided such changes are not manifestly in the interest of an individual or a group. the Constitution must be pliable or else it will crumble under the fluctuating pressures of time.

What Cameroon needs now is an independent and credible election organising body. By free, fair, and competive elections, we can bring all mandates to an end by voting. Therefore, in my view limitations or non-limitations of Presidential terms are irrelevant.

Cheers and lets keep hope.

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