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Cameroon youths protest older politicians running for office

An election worker counts votes during the presidential election in Yaounde, Cameroon, Oct. 7, 2018

An election worker counts votes during the presidential election in Yaounde, Cameroon, Oct. 7, 2018

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+1 #1 Lakwena 2019-11-28 14:00
In other words, enough is enough of the complacent dead wood and parasites, who are only hellbent on feathering their nests.

At least the Cameroonian youths have the liberty to protest in at least 23 towns across the country.

But in a Gerontocracy (rule by octogenarians) Uganda, where the 80 years old conspire to retire the 60 years old; it is treason for our youths to protest and tell 75 years M7, 90-year old Kivejinja, Naduli and Gen Moses Ali of thois country to go home.

Although they can no longer recognize the difference between their left from the right legs, and often reminded that one of their shoes has dropped off on the stairs; but they will swear by their mothers that they are still young and the best to lead the country.
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