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Thursday, 24 February 2005

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Frinwei

With Deep sympathy ,that i read about the lost of another teacher in our blessed Alma matter.i want to extend my condolenscence to the Staff and students of GBHS mbengwi and more especially to the family of Mr Bah .i know how painful it is to lost a family member and the the stedents especially a teacher .Hope at this deepest hour of distress,God will grants you guys the courage to stay strong .
And to you MR Chris Mbunwe,to the best of my knowledge ,as a student who was present when Late MR Mboh disappeared,he is did not drop the money by the site of the Abi fall,he left it on his window pane at home ,Secondlly nobody at the time of his disappearance knew if he fell at the Abi Fall or where he went too .So please be sure of your information give it out .
My Heartfelt Sympathy to all concern
From Frinwei(Ex Student,1999)

Ferdinand Enoayuk

It is a pitty for such an incident to happen twice on the same fall.Investigation should be carried out.

Jam Nabi

I know of a Bah Tangoh Christopher Formunyoh
who is a Math teacher and should be in his
early forties.If this is the guy it will
nice to know more .

If not may the family ,the school and the
alumni of this school kindly accept
my heartfelt sympathies.

This could be a trumatizing experience
for some of the children in the school
especially those who happen to be in
direct daily contact with Mr Tangoh as
Math is supposed to be taught daily
and assignments for the most part are
gviven on a daily bases.Which increases
the teacher student contact.

It may a good idea for the principal to
arrange for some kind of counselling for
these students and may be the staff who
desire those services.I am sure some
departments will gladly provide such
services if asked( I assume)
Jam Nabi

Roland Atanga

I was fiercely touched after reading the melancholy event that trespassed in Mbengwi some days ago. I just want to use this media to extend my heart felt sympathy to the bereave and to the staff and students of Mbengwi at large. We just have to look on God and his rainbow so that this type of heart touching history should take place again.
May his soul and others rest in the perfect dwelling if the supreme Lord

sylvanus

Please this is a public medium.Lets be careful with the words we use in writing.We should make it a habit of reading atleast twice before posting because it is very ridiculous to read something which means something else from the intended information
Thank you campost and its readers.

Gene Emmanuel

I extend my sympathy to the family and students of the late teacher, Mr. Fomunyoh. May his soul rest in peace.
Concerning the case of the other late teacher i.e. Mr Mbuh, it had never been proved that he dived into the Abi fall and he never left any money beside the fall. So Cameroon Post should reveiw the article that carries that information.Thank you.

Gene Emmanuel
Ex-Student,GBHS Mbengwi.

KennyJacks

"You were made of dust and to dust thou shall return" May his soul rest in peace. Amen

nguti charles

Condolence to the family of late Mr. Mbah. I can still hear his vice teaching our class of Further . Mathematics Since 1999-2000.

Sorry for the lost of a very good and tenanted man.

it is funny to hear that Marathon died in the Abi Fall.

Charles Nguti ( Maryland USA.Ex student 2000)

Victor

Sorry to hear about the lose.
I knew one Christopher Bah Tangoh,some years back.
He taught me Maths and Physics between 1987 and 88 in G.H.S Mundemba in Ndian Division.
He was later transfered to Lycee de Molyko in Buea.
If he is the said Tangoh,then it is a great lose.
For he was a master at his job.
A celebrated teacher,ready to teach inspite of all odds.
My sincere condolences to the family and G.B.H.S
Mbengwi. Victor,Norway.

NIH Roger Fobang

My sincere condolences to the family of Mr Bah. Wuna tie hard. God gives, and he takes.
I am an ex-student of GBHS Mbengwi.
I also heard of my beloved MARATON'S death. If was so painful. He thought me physics from Form 3 right up to uppersixth, and he was also my student at the Lawn Tennis Court. This guy would pass and pick me up at 7:pm so we should go play tennis. In the classroom it was somthing else. I remember a good spank he gave me cause I could not answer a question. The next day on the tennis court he asked me if I still had the pains from the spank. He was a very nice guy. From what I heard too, his corps was never found, but on the contrary, some long human bones were found sometime after his disappearance and it had to be determined if it was his. May his soul rest in perfect peace.
To the rest of the ex-students of GBHS Mbengwi: Don't you guys think it is time we install a VSAT there for Internet Access? Waiting for your reaction.


NIH Roger Fobang (Sanitation Prefect - 1994, youngest editor of "The Gong" at that time.)(fobang@msn.com)
(Brother to Nih Josephine (SSO), Nih Geraldine and Nih Eric) all ex-students of GBHS Mbengwi.

NIH Roger Fobang

Hey guys,
Why don't we creat a group for our GHS Mbengwi (Chigwiri) ex students association, and find some means of getting all what our fellow mates have written to the group.
What do you guys think?


NIH Roger Fobang
MTN NS Douala
fobang@msn.com

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