... This is absurd. When you assemble in the Stadium, how does it affect the normal flow of activities in order to put pressure on the government? Who cares if
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, Feb 11, 2011
--- On Fri, 2/11/11, PA-TEH. <pateh.nubo...@...> wrote:
This is absurd. When you assemble in the Stadium, how does it affect the normal flow of activities in order to put pressure on the government? Who cares if you folks assemble and stay in the stadium even for a year? Daily activities will still be carried out. Yaounde central town covering the central post office, extending to Commossariat central, Ave 20th May, covering the PM' office and the area around the Ministerial buildings are the places to occupy and render Yaounde dysfunctional and not the stadium my dear friend. Be smart my friend.
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