Cameroon at brink of civil war

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  1. Hey mr Che, I love your article, I was randomly searching for anything as of recent about the struggle then I found your web page, though I’m a bit late in my respond but nonetheless I decided to commend your for your hard work, it’s won’t go unnoticed and rewarded at the end no matter long it take, I have faith we shall one day overcome. Courage brother, we are behind you 100%. no one can kill the struggle till it goal is attained baby. I will like to keep in touch through my email…please we need a defends force else we won’t succeed.
    peace and united we stand.
    much love from me.

    1. Julius Che says:

      Fly the flag and thank you x.

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