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Thursday, 24 August 2006


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All this history - charity sisters, charity daughters, charity mothers, charity girls, charity wives, charity pikins.

Where is the news - cause of death? That's what we readers, including those who knew the late Bridget, want to know. What killed her?

Some readers may already know how much an angel she was in her lifetime in serving humanity. And they know how much her husband loved her and would naturally miss her. But where is the news in this story? Is someone tired of their job?



This is the worst comment I have read from you. You might know something about her death or have something against Mr Banla or Mr Pefok but I don't think it is a proper way of reacting to this predicament. Hope you understand my point.


I have the feeling that some contributors on this forum are so itchy to coment even when they have nothing to say. How on earth could somebody send in such a heartless coment on an issue so sensitive. Mr Banla take heart as we all join you to pray that her soul will find perfect peace in God's kingdom.
Emmanuel Chim.


"Some readers may already know how much an angel she was in her lifetime in serving humanity. And they know how much her husband loved her and would naturally miss her." - BenF

Does this say anything? Maybe not.

I'm sorry about those I might (MIGHT) have offended in questioning a journalistic piece.

My intention was not to minimise the pain Nchechuma is grooning in since the loss of his beloved wife, but to ask the questions you too would have asked if you needed information.

Well, maybe you didn't need information, I did.

I read The Post because of the good information they give and when there is a lapse, especially one as basic as in this story, I couldn't ignore it because it would sound like whatever. I questioned the work of the reporter and editor not the person who died or her bereaved husband.

So while once again apologising to whoever misunderstood my comment and got offended by it, I repeat my question "Saaaaah!... Where is the NEWS - cause of death?"

That's a basic. Who disagrees?


Fritzane Kiki HK

Rest in perfect peace madam Banla....your beauty and matrimonial devotedness can tell what pain and grief your husband Nchechuma is undergoing in your absence.LET THE DOOR OF HEAVEN BE OPEN UNTO YOU IN JESUS NAME.


Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong


That expression R.I.P is a meaningless cliché. It is theologically incorrect. We do not speak to the dead and souls do not rest. We choose where to spend the other side of eternity while alive. When you live for Jesus, you will make heaven. If you choose religion or decide to play church, you will end up counting on 'R.I.P' while languishing in the bottomless pit.

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