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click Does this make any sense for a region that has lost the previous year? Members of these regions have lost their education, losing their economies, losing their buying power and most of it their PRIDE.
click Does it make any sense that schools are closed and the entire city also shut down? What does this make of the young and aspiring who have ends to meet? Do they see businesses failing? Do they see the youths failing? DO they see people dying? Dying at a faster rate than they will argue the government is causing it? Do they see themselves burning their own schools? School built by struggling parents? Schools that will not be rebuilt by the government? Do they realize their acts will further lead to marginalization? deprivation? Do they realize that more of our youths are being killed in the line of disputes? And no amount of revolt will bring any life back?
Do they realize that Biya will not release Mancho any time soon? Do they realize that Biya will not realize Ndasi Alfred any time soon? Do they realize that they are fighting a lost battle with this method they are employing? They must be very blind to keep believing that a miracle will give them the break through.
They are still stupid to be waiting on the African Union , European Union or even the United Nations.it is time, Cameroonians on the ground take their stand and do what is right for them and not yield to this fear being shared by a group of lost nincompoops who live in bungalows abroad.
A word to the wise is enough or let stupidity continue to reign in the name of leadership by a group of blind characters from a cartoon book. For us the silent majority and the Great annonymous, we keep our stand and will do well to keep alerting you of potential failures. Wake up my fellow Souther Cameroonians. Be like the Limbe people, they have given a death ear to these psychopaths of the so called Governing council.
The Great Anonymous