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FRANCK , LONDON

Miss Monjowa Kamara - so hard to think of her as being

of blessed memory, was one(hard to talk of her in the

past tense)whom anybody previledged to`ve known,would say,

he/she has rubbed shoulders with one of the nicest lady

that ever graced the earth.After haven gotten to know

her closely during our student days in Nigeria,was

treated to a sumptious diner at her home in yaounde,some

4 years ago,as welcome-cum-sendoff event.How different

it would`ve been if we were to know that as I depart for

the U.K,would be back(whenever I do)to find that I`ll

never be able to recount my experience to this great one

My heart goes out to the Mum,the Kid sister,and above

all to the elder sister,famously known as ``Appareil``.

I wonder if anyone can be able to figure out what this

loss is,to this tightly-knitted family of beautiful

``ladies``.However,I have faith,that due to their strong

religious affiliation,would embrace this loss,better

than most of us would.Let us accept that she`s gone to

the place where we all shall meet,to part no more.

MONJOWA,REST IN PERFECT PEACE,IN THE ARMS OF THE

LORD.
Would love you forever.

Kometa Magdalene Yang

I am a Cameroonian who live in Belgium.I knew Monjowa in Buea but we have never really been friends .I only discovered this morning when i went to my computer that she died.This is a great loss to the CRTV ,her entire family and the Bakweri people as a whole.May her soul rest in perfect Peace and may her family and close friends accept this loss with great courage for she is resting in the arms of the Lord
Mado

Neh Linda

I am a cameroon,the dead of this journalist made me to give my life to christ,a beautiful rich and well educated girl,if she cud still be a chile of God then who i'm i not to,i miss her more than she can think but than God its only goodnite i told her not good bye

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