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Samuel Ndingi

This article is well written but doubt wether the ego that men and women in uniform have in Cameroon can let them follow their conscience in case of any breakdown of law and other. I do not also foresee any harmonious relation between the military and the civilian population especially as they have sold their conscience amidst the suffering of the general population that is clamouring for change which the military has refused to acknowledge. Unless the lust for money is shoved aside by the military, and the acknowledgment that Cameroon is seek by these men and women in uniform, then can we start thinking of any meaningful relation between these group.

DANGO TUMMA

REMEMBER THAT THE NATIONAL DAY OF EVERY COUNTRY IN THE WORLD IS THE DAY THAT COUNTRY ATTAINED ITS INDEPENDENCE, SOO, CAMEROUNS NATIONAL DAY OUGHTTA BE JANUARY 1ST, AND NOT MAY 20, THIS IS THE DAY CAMEROUN ILLEGALLY ANNEXED BRITISH SOUTHERN CAMEROONS AS ITS PROVINCE. REMEMBER THE FAKE PLEBESCITE

WAS MEANT TO GIVE SOUTHERN CAMEROONS (INDEPENDENCE) NOT TO BECAME A PROVINCE OF
CAMEROUN. AND NP TREATY WAS EVER SIGNED, SINCE THE PROCESS WASNT COMPLETED WHEN CAMEROUN INVADED SOUTHERN CAMEROONS WITH ITS ARMY, ,AND HAVE BEEN EXPLOITING THIS COUNTRY OF 7M ILLEGALLY FOR 56 YRS. SOO, ITS A SHAM NATIONAL DAY. A MOURNING DAY FOR 7M BRITISH SOUTHERN CAMEROONIANS, WHO ARE STILL FIGHTING FOR THEIR INDEPENDENCE.

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