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Wednesday, 01 November 2006

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rexon

This is a very sad situation. We hope the perpetrators of such acts will be brought to justice. whatever their reasons, they did'nt need to kill this man like this.

G. Akom

Sad situation indeed. Those who knew him will confirm he was a good person who was willing to help others. The name FAGO came into existence when this guy was still in primary school. I remember him as one of the few students who came to school back in the late seventies on a bicycle and he had FAGO written behind it. He made it clear secondary education was not really for him and that is why he went straight off to the garage after primary school and within a few years he was doing well. He has helped many people and they can testify. He was always willing to advice others. Whatever has happenned, I know a hard working man has gone to rest. I am still having it difficult accepting that I will not see him again. It is my hope that those responsible should be uncovered and dealt with. May his sole rest in peace. My heart goes to the family!

Fon

Many after reading this story will ask many questions.For example; what was Fago going to do in the forest with his friend before he met his untimely death? However, we should also consider that, given that Fago is a business man, may be his killer deceived him that he has a plot to sell and hence Fago went without any resistence to the forest to see the plot.This is the only reason one can advance as to why Fago accepted to go into the forest.
I leave the rest to God.May his soul rest in peace

G.Akom,
If you are Akom George, accept my greetings

raul

so you people do not know that my uncle had been buried years back

fatima

even if he has been buried, justice still had to prevail who ever did that to fago. bad and nasty things always happen to good people from bad friends who claim to be good. the killer must be among his trusted friends and relatives. i curse who so ever did this that he and his future generations still to come shall never find peace and success in what ever they do until when God will also avenge his death.

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