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Tuesday, 26 April 2005

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Moses Cho.

I know Mrs Rose Ndi for her soft but compasionate approach. She was a good disciplinarian. It is a great loss to her family, the Baba II women association and the SDF folk. May she journey in perfect peace and may the good God receive her with bountiful love.

Moses Cho

Dr. Ewane Mboh

Condolences to the SDF Party
and the Fru Ndi Family

I wish to personally express my deep condolences to the SDF National Chairman, John Fru Ndi, following the death of his wife, Rose Ndi, in Geneva Switzerland, April 24, 2005.

Man is commissioned to die following the sin of Adam and Eve. It may be panful, but it is the most glorious path in human life, because it is a gateway to eternal life.

We only pray that Rose Ndi will enjoy a confortable place in heaven.

Her death has created roon for a peaceful reconciliation between the SDF and the CPDM party, and as well as the rest of the other political parties.

Rose Ndi's death tell us that Cameronians should work as one man, one spirit to make it better than we met it. Our children deserve a better Cameroon.

May her soul rest in perfect peace.

Dr. Ewane Mboh

Sango


Permettez moi de revenir en quelque mots sur l'article du Messager annonçant le décès de Mme Fru Ndi pour demander à ses auteurs un peu de peu de décence.
C'est vraiment lamentable que des individus qui se prétendent journalistes fassent preuve de si peu de decence et de juste mesure. Dans leur aveuglement et leur obstination à mettre le Chairman en difficulté, ils en viennent à fouler du pied les fondamentaux de l'éthique journalistique.
Pour une fois que la présidence agit de façon prompte et avisée, nous ne saurions lui en faire le reproche.
Cessez donc ces « chipotteries » stupides et infantiles en des moments aussi dramatiques.
De tous temps et sur toutes les latitudes, l'homme s'est incliné avec humilité devant la mort. N'avez vous pas regardé la retransmission des funérails de Jean Paul II? Y étaient présents outre les catholiques, les protestants, les musulmans, les hommosexuels, etc. c'est-à-dire ceux qui ont été à la première ligne du combat contre les idées du pape.
Avons nous perdu le respect pour les morts?
Quelque soit ce que vous reprochez ou reclamez à Fru Ndi, de grâce respectez son deuil et cessez de lui donner des coups en dessous de la ceinture.
Quel militant du SDF est-il embarassé que l'Etat soit venu au secours d'une citoyenne camerounaise?
En vertu de quoi doit-on refuser l'aide de son rival (et non de son ennemi)lorsque la vie d'un être humain est en danger?
Oubliez-vous que "l'aide" reçu de la présidence ne vient pas des poches d'un individu mais n'est que le fruit de nos labeurs.
Le seul débat utile devrait porter sur l'absence ou l'inexistence des structures et capacités médicales camerounaises pouvant prendre en charge de tels cas.
De grâce arrêtez donc d'insulter l'intelligence des camerounais.
Si vous avez quelques reproches à faire à Fru Ndi, avancez des arguments sérieux. Sa stature nationale et internationale l'autorise à jouir des fonds spéciaux de la présidence, ce d'autant plus que vous prétendez depuis longtemps revendiquer un statut de l'opposition camerounaise.
Je suis persuadé que vous auriez dénoncé avec autant de vigueur un éventuel refus de la présidence de prendre en charge la défunte. Que son âme repose en paix.
Toutes mes condoléances au Chairman.

Emmanuel Buwah Tange

I want to express my heart felt sympathy to the SDF party and most especially to Chairman Fru Ndi, Mama Rose was not only a wife to Fru Ndi but also a mother to the only true opposition party in cameroon, she was always with Fru through out his campaign for change, though we are not really satisfied with the outcome of this struggle, i must say cameroon will forever remain grateful to Mama Rose and the SDF party for their contributions towards the rebirth of multi- party politics in cameroon , we all witnesses to positive change orchestrated by the reinstitution of multipartism.
May the Good Lord who gave you to Chairman Fru Ndi give him and the SDF party the strength needed to carry on and may he grant you(Mama Rose Ndi) and all the seven patriots who died in the early ninthies eternal rest in heaven.
EMMANUEL BUWAH TANGE
MARYLAND USA

Jim Magnus

When Biya's wife died in the early 90s, the SDF said biya had sacrificed his wife to win the presidential elections, now Ni John's wife is dead too, what has he sacrificed her for?

junior n n

may her soul rest in peace,we shall all die some day some how ,pls fru ndi and the S .D.F familly should accept my simpathy

A Ticha.

When the spouse of someone in the spotlight dies, be they political or not, I think the 'humblest' thing to do is to wish him/her perfect peace. Why preach hate over a dead person by recounting a riddle of the 90's? People who have nothing to say, and no respect for the dead can jolly well sit and observe.This interactive forum is provided by a respectable paper. Those with hate in their hearts should take their apocrypha to their personal shrines.

May her soul rest in peace.

Martin Williams

"Jim Magnus" wrote: "When Biya's wife died in the early 90s, the SDF said biya had sacrificed his wife to win the presidential elections, now Ni John's wife is dead too, what has he sacrificed her for?"

CORRECTION: When Biya's wife died, the SDF's John Fru Ndi and the LDP's Mola Njoh Litumbe were among the first to publicly offer the condolescences to Paul Biya, and Fru Ndi even made the trip to yaounde to sign the condolensce book - and this was in the heat of the political contestation period of 1991-1992. At no time was there a suggestion from the SDF that Irene had been sacrificed

It is OK to question why Fru ndi accepted assistance from PB, but it is nothing but defamation to write lies.

Nah Chick

It was sad news to hear that a woman so young and with a long to-do list should die so abroptly. I hope she is in a better place.
My condolence to the family. May the Lord console you in this difficult moment

Ayong

Lets leave politics aside in these times of mourning by the Fru Ndi's family. At that critical state anyone will accept help from anywhere even if it is from the devil.
If it is established that Fru Ndi did not accept money for his personal enrichment then I donot see anything wrong with accepting the help from Biya.
All Fru Ndi wanted was to save his beloved wife's life saved.
Accept my condolesces.
From K. Ayong

Ayong

Lets leave politics aside in these times of mourning by the Fru Ndi's family. At that critical state anyone will accept help from anywhere even if it is from the devil.
If it is established that Fru Ndi did not accept money for his personal enrichment then I donot see anything wrong with accepting the help from Biya.
All Fru Ndi wanted was to save his beloved wife's life saved.
Accept my condolesces.
From K. Ayong

Forewah Emmanuel K

It was sad news to hear that a woman so young and with a long to-do list should die so abroptly. I hope she is in a nice place. My condolence to PA Fru NDI and the family. May the Lord console you in this difficult moment.
Please the death of Ma Rose NDI is not of any political issue, so please those taking this stuff to be political should be damn.
Please NI FRU NDI, you are our father, please take heart, it happens and it is part of our life.
Take heart please.

Ian

Our heart goes out to Ni Fru Ndi and his family at this time of great loss. You will continue to be in our thoughts and prayers. He is a loving Father and will for sure comfort you.

Ian, Stella and Nefornenwi Nkangwen

Romanus Kubeh

I personally regret the loss of primarily a human being, mother, sister and a defiant woman who has fought at her husband's and Cameroonian's corner for democracy which hasn't been achieved completely.I could have been happy to see her get a complete fight and celebrate a victory with her fellow Cameroonians but God knows best.Now is the time for Cameroonians to join and render her a nice path and also support Fru Ndi as per his fight for freedom with Cameroonians.Let's join hands together and continue the fight for we would surely succeed.Cameroon is a free nation which has been in for so long.Keep fit.Rose Ndi's spirit( Matyr) would guide and protect us
Thanks,
Romanus.

Hill

It was really a shock to hear of the death of Mrs Rose Ndi. May her soul reast in paece.
Brothers and sisters, I believe that the provider of this page in a respectable paper like this is for us young and energetic Cameroons to help suggest ways for us to try to avoid making the same mistakes which our fathers made. If we are suffering toady in Cameroon, it is because our fathers made mistakes. Are we trying to seek for solutions or we are try to insult these people even to the extent of reffering to the early 90s when Jean Irene died? Peace, lets try to give peace a chance and for one moment allow our reasoning to overide our emotions, instinct and tribal leanings. What has happened to Fru Ndi has happened to others and will continue to happen to people.
Please this is not a forum for us young Cameroonians to wash opur dirty linen in public and to expose our abysmal ignorance of the important issues of the day.
I belive this is time for Cameroon to pay Mrs. Rose some respect for she has played her on role on the stage of life. May her soul rest in peace.

Endale

where else do you want to "wash" the dirty linen? is this not a Cameroonian website my people!

Martin Fonjong

I received the news of the death of Mrs Rose Fru Ndi with shock and disbelief. However, we loved her so much but God loved her more. May the glory and mercy of the Almighty God accompany her to everlasting joy. My family and I extend our heartfelt condolences to the Chairman and his entire family for this heavy loss. May god keep blessing the chairman with wisdom and courage to complete the mission that he started with his beloved wife.
Mr & Mrs Fonjong Martin
USA

Martin Fonjong

I received the news of the death of Mrs Rose Fru Ndi with shock and disbelief. However, we loved her so much but God loved her more. May the glory and mercy of the Almighty God accompany her to everlasting joy. My family and I extend our heartfelt condolences to the Chairman and his entire family for this heavy loss. May god keep blessing the chairman with wisdom and courage to complete the mission that he started with his beloved wife.
Mr & Mrs Fonjong Martin
USA

FRINUE WINIFRED

I WISH TO EXPRESS MY CONDOLENCES TO THE CHAIRMAN OF SDF FOR THIS SECOND GREAT LOSS.IT IS INDEED A PAINFUL MOMENT BUT WE ALL SHALL SOMEDAY DIE.I ALSO LIKE TO EXPRESS MY CONDOLENCES TO MY FRIEND LUM TINA FRU NDI. IT WAS INDEED A SHOCK TO ME THAT HER MOTHER COULD DIE SO SOON.IF IT IS THE WILL OF GOD NOBODY CAN ESCAPE DEATH, WHEN THE TIME COMES.MAY THE SOUL OF ROSE NDI REST IN PERFECT PEACE.MAY YOU TINA GROW WITH THE SPIRIT OF YOUR MOTHER BECAUSE YOU SO MUCH LOOK LIKE HER.
FRINUE WINIFRED
BRASILIA, BRAZIL.

Emmanuel  Anusi

It is sad and paining to hear such a news about madam Rose Fru Ndi, Death had done the worsest to humanity.This is a Woman so simple and generous,she never moved with her shoulder high, no matter her position, I usually see her beside our shop , where she buys her shoes,she was a model which will remain green in my memory

numvie

Its really a pity to hear from the mukete's anyway let it not be taken out of proportion. please Mr mukete your family is a very big family and i think you are aware of that.Even if you must run that stupid mouth of yours use your personal name rather than that of the whole mukete family, i guess you are aware of the fact that you stand out as one of the most foolish of them so please always ask from your intelligent family members before comming to lamplight with your opinion. I have had to discuss politics with you a couple of times and i see really no sence in your voice. Even biya who is the owner of the CPDM and your charman if he even accepts idiots in his party will not accept that from you.
shameless idiot

Meredith Nkwanyong

Woona no go leave Ma Rose Ndi make ei rest in peace?

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