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Sunday, August 31, 2014

Na Oyinbo Save Nigeria Expose Say CBN Dey Sponsor Boko, Ihejirika, Sheriff Dem; Nawaoh

 I don bad for Naija na so. I be tell wena say this issue for Boko Haram na kill man pay. I don happen na say one Oyinbo man don put ye eye see say na so so Naija people dem dey sponsor Boko Haram. You know say some few days back, Uncle Sam ehm people be advise say make dem even catch Lucky Good Luck?
I de wanda whether na only Oyinbo fit save black man; no Nigerian fit do am since all these years. Nawaoh.
God bless Stephen Davis oh! Chai!
Di guy come Nigeria come open fowl behind, spill all the beans wey our President dem, Marilyn Ogar dem dey protect since.
We for never know. If to say na another person tok am, dem for say na APC, thank God say na Jonathan hire dis man oh.
So na CBN dey pay Boko? CBN wey no wan pay Doctor salary, no wan pay University lecturer money.
And dis general Ihejirika, chai, nawaoh! Na revenge for Biafra be dis? Shey da na why dem assassinate general Shuwa wey kill Biafrans for Civil war? me a no no oh. Dis tori long.
Tins dey happen fast, fast for Nigeria dese days, me I jus siddon dey look oh.
I don also hear say mami and papa for Chibok girls dem don buy gun say dem go fight boko haram. Thing dem de happen. 

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Groundbreaking Speech: SDF Presidential Hopeful Meets Ni John Fru Ndi

An address presented to the SDF National Chairman, His Excellency Ni John Fru Ndi at his Ntarinkon residence, Sunday, August 24, 2014 by Felix Teche Nyamusa, SDF 2018 Presidential hopeful (pending primaries) at an official meeting to chart a progress and development way forward for Cameroon.

    His Excellency the SDF National Chairman, Ni John Fru Ndi,

   Good day, my meeting with you today is this official because of its importance to Cameroonians who had been waiting for it following my request of 6 August 2014.     Cameroon today as we all observe is threatened by Cholera epidemic particularly in the North where about ten deaths have been registered. The deadly Ebola virus is already at next door neigbhour Nigeria; the corpse of pioneer head of state President Ahmadou Ahidjo is yet to be brought home for befitting official burial; Boko Haram Cameroon branch is causing havoc killings to our populations and military including the kidnap of vice prime Minister Amadou Ali’s wife; the cry of Anglophones courtesy an organization, SCNC are issues that can be stemmed by tact and open-minded governance.
    As an SDF loyalist and from inception I believe to earn the trust of people by also being trust worthy.
    As a Cameroonian I am fully aware of the high hopes of our parents when they embarked on the 1961 nation building Plebiscite.
  Considering the handicaps / problems of minorities and or marginalized sectors of the country which includes pigmies, borroros, women and youths.    Knowing that countries advance where the social well being of citizens is of optimum consideration than dictatorship – so there is no replacement for democracy as practiced by the US, France, Britain and most emerging from poverty countries on their populations.      Thus H. E, I am emboldened by massive field support of my ideology in the vanguard position as their leader, SDF Presidential candidate for 2018 and hence will see that order and the dreams of our forebears for the nation-building plebiscite of 1961 be actualize: – good governance, revamp of the constitution to ensure true separation of powers – legislation, executive and the judiciary.    As Presidential candidate buoyed by the yearning of my teaming nationwide following, we will not accept ELECAM put in place in principle by the CPDM Presidential candidate solo. ELECAM and other structures under CPDM ruling party are sordid / lopsided because legislation by the CPDM manipulated assembly is generally and openly doubted by Cameroonians. Today, only a genuine referendum where all Cameroonians vote not the tainted parliament or any elected officials here can restore the confidence of Cameroonians in polls. Thus the war / trouble Mr. Biya is running Cameroon into will be worn by the people under my leadership!    The existing national laws (constitution) at least give right to a resolve to strike action in the face of governance nonchalance. More over, naturally a people pushed to near death on the wall, by what ever force, will have no other option than to fight forcefully and of course aggressively back.  CPDM formerly CNU is, no news, the cause of Cameroon’s backwardness. Paul Biya’s party is responsible for the soaring increase of Cameroonians immigrating to other countries under at times life threatening conditions. H.E, the SDF under your leadership hardly has a rival in the history of Cameroon in political break through – reintroduction of multiparty and its accompanying benefits which include free speech. We are aware of your trials and that of the party since 1990. As a university student that 1990 launch, I immediately imbibed the party preaching. SDF of course is not without mistakes characteristic of any organization but their numerical inferiority compared to dividends is the sustaining treasure. Today, I am more than ready when given the mandate by the people as President to ensure progress, good governance particularly this time when Cameroon like Africa has the tides for progress and development tilted in her favour by dint of the youthful large size population of her work force and the enormous natural resource which will be maximally exploited by only states with democratic institutions not baren dictatorship of the sort of the ruling CPDM here. I
took President Biya and Minister Isa Tchiroma to court about a year ago on non application article 66 of the constitution which specifies declaration of assets by public officials as they discharge their duties to address corruption and embezzlement. I urge Cameroonians to stand by the ideals of the number one opposition party of Cameroon, our SDF. I sue for a rainbow coalition government open to all well meaning political parties including CPDM progressive to actualize the dream of our forebears come 2018. Here all options for achieving positive change as obtained in other progressing nations and democracies will be employed with me Felix Teche Nyamusa leading as Cameroonians number one servant.
Once more the pro CPDM ELECAM has to be replaced by an election body that reflects the will of meaningful socio political stake holders of this country; the constitution must be revamped to arrest the dictatorship and ruins of the executive. Your blessings and usual advice, His Excellency, to SDF militants and Cameroonians in general is more relevant to me now!As Presidential hopeful for the 2018 presidential, with referenda consultation of Cameroonians on critical issues as my method of operation, there is no doubt in our minds that progress will return to our nation, the Cameroon our party SDF has propelled positively for over two decades.
H.E, may God guide you, your family, SDF and Cameroon.
                                    Thanks
Felix Teche Nyamusa Cameroon 2018 Presidential hopeful.
 

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Open Letter to Communication Minister Tchiroma on Press Club

By  Asong Ndifor
Mr. Asong Ndifor
 My dear honourable Issa Tchiroma Bakary, Minister of Communication, spokesman of the New Deal Government, Chairman of the CRTV board of directors and President of Front for the National Salvation of Cameroon party.   The issue I address to you in this open letter is not about your director of media observatory Atangana Mandi who says “Anglophones are incompetent”. The Southern Cameroons National Council (SCNC) and CPDM political apostles of “national integration” can handle that provocative insult in a people better than my humble self.
The subject I put before you is the “role of the press in a democracy”. I know you are not a journalist. But your assignment as government’s spin doctor, a duty you enjoy with your dexterity in French and English, coupled with your other job as chair of CRTV board, makes you an important member of the journalism Ivy league club.
    What is your reaction when Press Club, a programme on CRTV Buea is suspended at the caprice of civil servants crawling to conceal the truth? Wouldn’t you be the one to explain to the nation and the world
made a global village by the media, if the press freedom index for Cameroon disgracefully nose dives?
Isn’t it the image of our dear country that is tarnished?  Would foreign investors not hesitate to put their money in a country where they perceive the press can be stifled even by people on the fringes
of power?   
At the risk of tedious repetition, my concern as a patriot and nationalist, is not about”land grabbing”, although it pricks the consciences of God-fearing people. My worry pivots on press freedom. It is about the liberty to expose thieves, embezzlers, terrorists, armed robbers, chiefs and civil servants who use their offices to cheat, or to borrow from President Biya, to acquire “elicit enrichment”. I am sure you will agree with me that the public has a right to know the crooks, pen-robbers and hooligans in public office.
It is the ordained role of reporters to do that irrespective of those whose ox is gored.
  As an opinionated journalist, I invite you to share the thought of my favourite writer on the issue, Nick Ragone: “In a democracy, the free flow of information, ideas, and opinions is critical. To this end, the media have three primary responsibilities: setting the agenda, investigating the institutions of government, and facilitating the exchange of ideas and opinions.” I may also add Thomas Jefferson
who said he did rather have a free press than a government without newspapers.
    The journalists, not the government, be they in newspapers, magazines, television, radio or the World Wide Web, set the agenda, they decide what stories or opinions to serve the public with. My journalism teacher at Cardiff, United Kingdom, defined news as “something somewhere somebody wants to hide, all the others are public relations and advertising”. Others say news is when “a man bites a
dog” or when a minister sneezes.
  There is no strict scientific technique to decide what the public should know. What The Eye for instance, will view as a scoop will not pass through the editorial filter of Cameroon Tribune. Both serve the public, as diverse as that public is. Both are open to criticism. We all can not see things from the same perception even when reporterspeep into stinking closets. The agenda of investigative journalism which scares so many officials with reeking skeletons in their cupboards started since the 1800s by reporters dubbed “muckrakers”. They exposed public corruption and social injustices like the Fako land scandal. All attempts to stifle the media have crumbled. The Press Club is in spirit more alive and more powerful than its detractors ever imagined. Journalists, like the Pope derive their power from moral authority difficult to conquer.
Even General Napoleon Bonaparte conceded that he feared four newspapers “more than a thousand bayonets”. Richard Nixon was pushed off the seat of the most powerful presidency on earth by two junior reporters. The press, though not as “holy” as the Father in the Vatican, will forever be victorious in its anointed mission scrutinising the executive, judiciary and legislature to ensure a society of equity, justice and peace.
  I am sure, monsieur le ministre, you share this democratic view. If you do, posterity, Cameroonians and militants of your opposition party will be very delighted if you can instruct the physical resumption of
Press Club, which I said earlier, flourishes in spirit which cannot be gagged. That action will count you among the victors and those who stand by the truth.

Yours very truly, Asong Ndifor
Post Script: “When the public's right to know is threatened, and when the rights of free speech and free press are at risk, all of the other liberties we hold dear are endangered” - Christopher Dodd
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