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Friday, 19 November 2004

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Joseph Nkeze

Hi,
I want to express my deepest condolences to the Lottin family for such a great loss. Death is such a heavy entreprise, and is difficult to bear. We continue to pray and hope that the God will spare his soul, and grant him everlasting mercy. As for Rene, Ernestine, Marie and all the kids, please do take heart and remain strong during this period of great tragedy.
Your dad was a good and simple man, and will be greatly missed.
Joseph Nkeze
Seattle, WA

Asonglefac Nkemleke

Dear Sons and Daughters of Pa E.K.
It is with a deep sense of loss that I learn of the passing of your Dad. Mr. Lottin was a devoted civil servant from whom some of us learned how to serve the state. I remember my early days in Buea in 1981 as the youngest person then to be appointed to head Radio Buea. I met Mr. Lottin soon after my installation. His friendliness, his counselling, and his fatherly approach calmed some of my fears about running a radio station with several veterans twice as old as I then was. His ideas and words of wisdom guided some of my own actions in a station plagued with intrigues and a staff anxious to sing their own song. I stayed the course, more especially because I knew that there was an elder nearby to whom I could always turn for counselling. Today as we mourn his passing, I pray the Almighty to grant him eternal rest and take him to the great land beyond. To the family members he leaves behind I say "take heart and rejoice for your husband, dad, grandfather, etc lived a good life. Pray for him and take heart in the words of the scriptures." Remember also that this life is but a shadow...and we must all return to Him. May his soul rest in perfect peace.
Asonglefac Nkemleke,
Maryland, USA.

charles Taku

I wish to extend my heartfelt condolence to the family of this great man.
Mr E.K Lottin was a man endowed with several qualities. Among these, was a sense of fairplay and justice. He readily testified in court on behalf of the poor and the depraved.
He was very intelligent and put this quality at the service of the people.
He was humble in character and his ways.He made friends with the rich and the poor, the old and the young.
I witnessed his sense of fairplay at work when the late legal luminary Hon Justice Ekema, Chief Ewusi and himself invited me to join them in ensuring that a close friend of theirs exercised equity, love and justice to his estrange family from his dying bed.
That, ladies and gentlemen is a quality that is in short supply today.
I stand here therefore in all humility to write down the above modest words in honour of a great man called to the Lord.MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PERFECT PEACE.
Chief Fuatabong Achaleke Taku
Lead Counsel
UN.ICTR
Arusha Tanzania.

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