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Sunday, 01 August 2004

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Kwei Mirabel

May his soul rest in peace, we cannot do anything now for you more than prayers.you have done your best and we will never forget such a strong activist for freedom. May you find rest where you are...
ENGLAND

FRANKLIN CHAMDA

It was a surprised for me to hear the dead of mr, Mukong. Well i'm verry sorry. You all know about the high raid of persecution that is being aplicated by the government of la Republic,actualy I' am an asylum seeker in Europe. I'knew late albert as a fighter of the reinstoration of our statewood.

Ivo tonya

We missed you dearly Mr. Mukong but your enormous efforts will not be forgotten in the History of the fray for independence, may your soul rest in peace as memories of your good example continue to inspire us and to propagate our common course, long live Scnc.

CHIEF ELANGO VALENTINE

Pa Mukong as we all call him in the family, was a fatherly figure to me and the rest of my family.He was arrested the day my father died, as soon as he was set free from prisonhe came to Bamenda where my mother was then working with P&Tto let us know of his freedom.He subsequently took me to his charge.In 1979, while in sasse I spent most of my time with him in VICTORIA.His death came to me as a shocking blow.I pray that the almighty do welcome him to his bosom, for Pa Mukong has conquered all.

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