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  1. Ndi Nelson
    29/01/2018 @ 15:30

    Dear Concord Newsgroup,
    I read with interest the above story on Mr. Osih’s encounter with the Amba Tiger and I was asking myself, for who are you running. I use to think you were a supporter of the struggle reading your stories but I might be mistaken reading what I just read. Do you not think that you will be doing the struggle a disservice by putting out this type of sensitive information. You are not doing the struggle any good telling the world who is training the Tigers and where they could be found. I know you are a press organ and if you are for southern Cameroons, your editorial line should include ways of treating information that will not do disservice to the course. Reconsider your editorial lines please if you want some of us to keep following your stories.

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  2. Spirit
    29/01/2018 @ 16:37

    WRITER, WHAT YOU ARE DOING IS VERY DETRIMENTAL TO THE AMBAZONIA MILITARY CAMPAIGN AGAINST LA REPUBLIC OF CAMEROUN THUGS. IT IS JUST NOT HELPFUL SPILLING OUT OUR SECRETS EVEN INCLUDING PICTURES FOR THE WORLD TO KNOW. IN YOUR WRITING. YOU EVEN MENTIONED THE NAME OF ONE OF THE TIGERS REPRESENTATIVE THAT VISITED ABUJA TO GIVE A FEEDBACK. THIS IS TOTALLY IRRESPONSIBLE ON YOUR PART. ANYONE WITH TIR RIGHT THINKING MIND WHO IS SYMPATHETIC TO THE AMBAZONIA STRUGGLE WILL NOT DO SUCH A STUPID THING.

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  3. saa
    29/01/2018 @ 16:46

    The writer does not yet understand that this is a war. The writer should understand that any journalist whose intention is to expose the secret of a group of fighters is considered to be on the side of the opposing fighters and will be treated accordingly. In other words, if your reporting continues to take the form of exposing the secrets of the freedom fighters, the presence of your reporters in the field will be considered hostile. THIS IS A WAR!!!!!

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  4. tabot
    29/01/2018 @ 16:54

    To all writers, for security reasons some stuff are not meant to be public. Always use good judgement to avoid compromising the struggle.

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