SakerPride - "Telling the Saker Story & MORE"
​We announce, with profound sorrow, the tragic death of Ms. ELEANOR SUH NYAMBOLI (CLASS OF 2007-HS).
ELEANOR is reported to have drowned at SEME BEACH on Sunday, January 24th 2021 and her mortal remains were recovered today, Wednesday, January 27th 2021.
Our hearts go out to the 7-year-old daughter she has left behind, 
to her MOM, Mrs. PRISCILLA (PRISCA) NEBA NYAMBOLI (Class of 1968)
as well as to her SAKERETTE SISTERS, 
Mrs. FRIDA AGBOR NYAMBOLI TAMFU, (Class of 1986) and
Ms MABEL SIRRI SHU-NYAMBOLI
We extend sincere condolences to the entire NYAMBOLI family and to all who mourn Eleanor's painful passing.
May her soul rest in perfect peace.

This Page is a CONTINUATION of the "IN MEMORIAM" Page posted at:
 http://www.sakerpride.com/IN-MEMORIAM.html
It serves the same purpose, which is to HONOR OUR SAKERETTE SISTERS WHO HAVE GONE ON BEFORE US, and KEEP A RECORD OF THEIR PASSING ON TO ETERNITY. MAY THEIR SOULS REST IN PEACE!
IN LOVING MEMORY OF ELEANOR SUH NYAMBOLI 
(CLASS OF 2007-HS)
Sunset: Monday, January 24th 2021
IN LOVING MEMORY OF MANKA (RUFINA) ONGA
(STUDENT #1621, CLASS OF 1985)
Sunrise: April 24th 1969
Sunset: Sunday, March 14th 2021
It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of CLASS OF 1985's STUDENT #1621, MANKA (RUFINA) ONGA. She passed away on Sunday, March 14th at the Limbe General Hospital, just a month away from her 52nd Birthday.

​We extend our most sincere condolences to the Siblings (4 Sisters and 1 Brother) she leaves behind: 
Mrs. Christie Bongwa, mother of Dr. Eileen Teyim (a SAKERETTE), Mrs. Majoli-Adrienne Schulze nee Onga,  Ms. Valerie Onga, Mrs. Blanche Numbi nee Onga and Mr. Gospel Onga, as well as to her SAKERETTE Niece, Miss Helen Mbufong.

Our hearts also go out to her Classmates, Friends and Family. May her soul rest in peace.
FUNERAL FUNDRAISER: 
https://gofund.me/4e92733d
Late Manka less than 3 months ago, on Christmas Day 
(25th December 2020)
IN LOVING MEMORY OF Mrs. HELEN LEGA GWANYAMA TATA
(STUDENT #213, CLASS OF 1969)
Sunset: Tuesday, March 23rd 2021
It is with immense sorrow that we announce the passing of CLASS OF 1969 "MAJOR", Mrs. HELEN LEGA GWANYAMA TATA, on Tuesday, March 23rd 2021.

Late Mrs. TATA who retired in 2012 (after 11 years of meritorious service) from the WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION where she held the position of Technical Officer - Medicines Programme Coordination - W.H.O. Geneva - Switzerland) passed away in Bamenda.

Her husband, (Late Mr. THOMAS TATA) having preceded her in death on Thursday March 18th 2021, she leaves behind, her beloved grandchildren and her children, one of whom is CLASS OF 1995's SEGMIA TATA, as well as her Sisters, CLASS OF 1970's PATIENCE GWANYAMA and CLASS OF 1971's Mrs. ALICE LIMA nee GWANYAMA.

Our hearts go out to them, and to the entire GWANYAMA and TATA Families, as they go through this extremely painful time.

May the souls of Mr. & Mrs. TATA rest in perfect peace.
Late Mr. & Mrs. TATA
IN LOVING MEMORY OF Mrs. MERCY BESSEM TATAW nee EGBE
(STUDENT #320, CLASS OF 1971)
Sunset: Saturday, April 10th 2021
Memorial Website: http://www.mercybessemtatawmemorial.com/
It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing to glory of CLASS OF 1971 "MAYOR"< Mrs. MERCY BESSEM TATAW nee EGBE, (Student #320).

According to a statement put out by her family, 
"She died of natural causes in London at 3am on the 10th of April at the tender age of 68." 

We extend our most sincere condolences to the entire family, to her fellow "MAYORS" who are, understandably, very distraught given that Late Sis Mercy was active on their Chat Group, and particularly to her SAKERETTE Younger Sister, CLASS OF 1977's Sis DIANA EGBE.

May her soul rest in perfect peace!
It is with such a heavy heart that we report the passing, ON HER 53rd BIRTHDAY, of STUDENT #2104 of the GRADUATING CLASS OF 1988, Ms. JULIET GASTON MUEPE.

Juliet, (who had been THE LONE SURVIVOR of a ghastly car accident a few years back), succumbed to a sudden and very brief illness on Friday, April 23rd 2021 in BUEA.

Both her parents having preceded her in death, she leaves behind her only brother, her cousins, aunts, uncles, friends and classmates to mourn her passing.

We extend our heartfelt condolences to them all, as well as to the TIKO BRANCH of EXSSA to which she belonged.

MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE!!!

IN LOVING MEMORY OF Ms. JULIET GASTON MEUPE
(STUDENT #2104, CLASS OF 1988)
Sunset: Friday, April 23rd 2021
THE FUNERAL & RECEPTION IN LONDON ON JULY 24th 2021,
EXSSA-UK IN ATTENDANCE
PLEASE CLICK ON THIS IMAGE  TO VIEW FULL PHOTO/VIDEO ALBUM
A few of Late Sis Marcy's "MAYOR" Classmates got together in DOUALA to watch the Funeral Ceremonies as they unfolded in LONDON
​It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing into eternity of CLASS OF 1974's Mrs. MAGDALENE AYUK ENOH-EBOB.
She passed away yesterday, Sunday 5th of September 2021, in LIMBE.
Having been widowed when her husband passed away on February 23, 2016, Late Sis Magdalene leaves behind her 2 children, Daisy ENOH-EBOB, herself a CLASS OF 1996 SAKERETTE, and Terrence ENOH-EBOB.
We extend our heartfelt condolences to them, to the AYUK and ENOH-EBOB families as a whole, to her grief-stricken classmates and to all who mourn her passing.

May her soul rest in peace.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF Mrs. MAGDALENE AYUK ENOH-EBOB
(CLASS OF 1974)
Sunset: Sunday, September 5th 2021
IN LOVING MEMORY OF Mrs. ROSE KWAH MUKI
(STUDENT #369 CLASS OF 1971)
Sunset: Thursday, September 21st 2021
It is with profound regret that we announce the passing today, Thursday, September 23rd, 2021, of CLASS OF 1971's Mrs. ROSE KWAH MUKI (STUDENT #369)

Sis Rose passed away in DOUALA after a brief illness.

She leaves behind her son, her daughter-in-law, her grandchildren, and the rest of her family to mourn her passing.
We extend our heartfelt condolences to them all, and also to her CLASS OF '71 MAYOR CLASSMATES who have not quite recovered from the loss of another of their Classmates - LATE Mrs. MERCY EGBE TATAW, who was laid to rest in LONDON on July 24th 2021.

Incidentally, Late Sis Rose did submit the picture below of herself and her Classmates who had gathered together in Douala, to watch Late Sis Mercy Tataw's Funeral which was streamed Live from London, to SakerPride. (She's on the far right.)

May her soul rest in perfect peace!
IN LOVING MEMORY OF  
MOJOKO MONONO, STUDENT #3743
CLASS OF 2000/2002-HS
Sunset: Tuesday, October 5th 2021
It is with great sorrow that we announce the demise yesterday, Tuesday, October 5th 2021, of STUDENT #3743, CLASS OF 2002/2004's MOJOKO MONONO, which occurred in BUEA, CAMEROON.
She leaves behind her son - her only child, her Parents, her Grandmother, her Twin Sister and other siblings, to mourn her passing.

We extend to them and to the rest of her grieving family, our most sincere condolences.

May her soul rest in peace.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF  
BLANCHE (REGINA) NJIWAM ACHU nee ANYANGWE
STUDENT #602, CLASS OF 1974
Sunset: Friday, October 8th 2021
It is with great sorrow that we announce the transition into eternity of Mrs. BLANCHE (REGINA) ACHU nee ANYANGWE yesterday, Friday, October 8th 2021, in DOUALA, following a protracted and debilitating illness that had left her wheelchair bound.

Having tragically lost her eldest son, 28 year old son, DANIEL ATABA AKERENWEI ACHU at their home on CHRISTMAS EVE 2018, Late Mrs. BLANCHE ACHU who was the owner of the well-known PHARMACIE AKWA-NORD leaves behind her husband, Mr. BOB ACHU and her her 2 surviving children.

We extend our sincere condolences to them, to the CLASS OF 1974 which has now lost 2 Classmates in a month, to ExSSA-DOUALA which also has lost 2 members in the same space of time, to all who mourn her passing, to the ACHU & ANYANGWE families as a whole, and specifically to the following members of the SAKERETTE ANYANGWE CLAN for whom she was SISTER, COUSIN, and AUNT:

- Prof. Florence Anyangwe Fonteh (sister, class of 1978); Atud Ngang (second cousin, class of 2026), 
Wena Achu (daughter, class of 2016); Tessa Anyangwe (niece, class of 2018), Dr. Njwen Anyangwe-Ngute (cousin, class of 1985), Caroline Anyangwe (cousin, class of 1977); Dr. Stella Anyangwe (sister-in-law, class of 1969); Olivia Ozimba (RIP. cousin, class of 1976); Constance Ozimba (cousin, class of 1981); Flora Bolima (cousin); Mandi Anyangwe graduating class of 2006; Akam Anyangwe 2003; Ngwisang Anyangwe 2000.

REST IN PEACE, Sis BLANCHE!
PLEASE CLICK TO VIEW ALBUM OF ExSSA-DOUALA @ LATE DAVID ACHU'S FUNERAL SERVICE 
PLEASE CLICK TO VIEW THE VIDEOS & PHOTOS OF THE CLASS OF 1974 DELEGATION THAT VISITED HER LAST DECEMBER
PLEASE CLICK TO VIEW THE VIDEOS & PHOTOS OF HER FUNERAL SERVICE & BURIAL IN SANTA.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF  
HELEN MBUAGBAW (MAMBU) MBUAGBAW
STUDENT #1563, CLASS OF 1985
Sunset: Wednesday, December 1st 2021 
It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of STUDENT #1563, Ms. HELEN MBUAGBAW (MAMBU) MBUAGBAW, CLASS OF 1985.
She lost her battle with lung cancer on Wednesday, December 1st 2021 at the Limbe Regional hospital.

She leaves behind a very devastated son (Form 5), a 10 year old daughter, her aged mom, her siblings and her extended MBUAGBAW family - SAKERETTE and otherwise, to mourn her passing.

We extend our heartfelt condolences to them all especially since they have since also lost another family member who was involved in a car accident on his way to Limbe, following the demise of Helen.

Helen will be laid to rest on Friday, 17th December 2021 in Limbe.

May their souls rest in peace! 
IN LOVING MEMORY OF  
ALIMA NDI nee KWETI
STUDENT #217, CLASS OF 1969
Sunrise: March 6th 1950 ~ Sunset: Saturday, December 18th 2021 
We regret to announce the death of CLASS OF 1969 "MAJOR", Mrs. ALIMA NDI nee KWETI.
She passed away at age 71 on Saturday, December 2021 in Bamenda, after a protracted illness. 

Late Mrs. Ndi who was widowed, leaves behind 10 children - 7 biological and 3 of her twin sister's children.

We extend our sincere condolences to them, to her Class of '69 Classmates, as well as to her entire family which includes her SAKERETTE Granddaughter, Kelsey Monjowa Monoke who is presently in Form 5, Younger Sister, Sally Gambo Kweti and Sister-in-law, Ndi Felicia Patu . 

May her soul rest in peace.

IN LOVING MEMORY OF EMILIA BOKWO MAKIA BODYLAWSON
STUDENT #86 - CLASS OF 1967
(SAKER MOM & SAKER TUTOR)
Sunset: Friday, January 14th, 2022
It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing into eternity of SAKER BAPTIST COLLEGE'S STUDENT #86, Mrs. EMILIA BOKWO MAKIA BODYLAWSON, of the CLASS OF 1967).

Late Mrs. Emilia BODYLAWSON who also served as a Food and Nutrition Tutor in Saker Baptist College from 1993 to 1996, passed away in Frederick County, Maryland on Friday, January 14th 2022.

Ma Emilia was MOTHER to SAKERETTE daughters: 
 *Dr. MATILDA SITU BODYLAWSON - Class of 2005
 *Ms. HENRIETTA MAOSI BODYLAWSON ( RIP) Class of 2007 

​GRANDMOTHER to SAKERETTE: 
*ARIANNA BOKWO-QUINNE EFIMBA - Class of 2000

STEP MOM SAKERETTE STEP-DAUGHTERS:
Ms. CHRISTY NADUVI BODYLAWSON - Class of 1977
Mrs. KOKOVI BODYLAWSON KALE - Class of 1978
Ms. PATIENCE KAIVI BODYLAWSON - Class of 1982
Mrs. CHOCHOVI BODYLAWSON BESA - Class of 1986

And Aunty to SAKERETTE: 
EMILIA MAKIA - Class of 1984

We extend our sincere condolences to them all, to the rest of her Family, to her classmates, and to all who mourn her passing.

May her soul rest in peace.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF REBECCA (BECKY) EBANGHA EWARE
STUDENT #610, CLASS OF 1974
SUNSET: Tuesday February 8th 2022
It is with profound regret that we announce the passing of  SBC's STUDENT #610, Ms. REBECCA (BECKY) EBANGHA EWARE, of the CLASS OF 1974.

Late Sis BECKY EWARE who lived and worked in DOUALA passed away at the BUEA REGIONAL HOSPITAL on Tuesday, February 8th 2022, as a result of Kidney Failure, leaving behind a son, Mr. Edmond Kono, and a grandson.

She was SISTER to SAKERETTES:
- Mrs. A. KOFFO NGUFOR and
- Mrs. FELICIA NGOMBA CHE

AUNT to SAKERETTES:
- SARAH NKWANYUO
- CHRISTY NKWANYUO and 
- JOYCE NKWANYUO

​She also leaves behind 2 grand nieces,  COMFORT NALOWA and JEANNE CHE who is currently a student at Saker Baptist College.

​We extend our heartfelt condolences to them all, to the entire family, to the Class of 1974 that has lost quite a few its members, and to all who mourn her passing.

May her soul rest in peace.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF MARY FUFIE LAMFU MONGKUO
STUDENT #878, CLASS OF 1976
SUNSET: Sunday, March 6th 2022
It is with profound sorrow that we announce the unexpected passing into eternity of CLASS OF 1976's Mrs. MARY FUFIE LAMFU MONGKUO (STUDENT #878), which occurred yesterday, Sunday, March 6th 2022, in YAOUNDE.

Mrs. MARY LAMFU MONGKUO who was aged 66 leaves behind: 
- 2 Children - ANGELA & THOMAS MONGKUO
- 2 junior Sisters - ESTHER LAMFU SHEI (PLUCKY CLASS OF '77) and ELIZABETH LAMFU MOMA,
as well as her Classmates, Family and friends to whom we extend our most sincere condolences.

MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE, and may God comfort all who mourn her passing.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF RACHEL MIFOR AJIME nee CHE
STUDENT #357, CLASS OF 1971
SUNSET: Thursday, January 20th 2022
​It is with regret that we report the passing into eternity of CLASS OF 1971's Mrs. RACHEL AJIME nee CHE, which occurred back on Thursday, January 20th 2022. 

Late Mrs. AJIME who served as a Biology Teacher at CBA Yaounde in the late 70s and later at GBHS Bamenda was laid to rest on January 28th 2022.

Preceded in death by an infant daughter, Linda Kah Ajime, and son Stephen Ajime, she is survived by her husband, Mr. Moses Ajime, two daughters, Victorine and Patience Ajime and her son Dr. Tom Ajime, to whom we express our sincere condolences.

May her soul rest in peace. 
PLEASE CLICK ON THIS IMAGE  TO VIEW A FEW PHOTOS & VIDEOS FROM HER FUNERAL SERVICE IN THE U.S. 
PLEASE CLICK ON THE ICON ABOVE TO READ/VIEW HER FUNERAL PROGRAM/BOOKLET
IN LOVING MEMORY OF LYDIVINE JOLYCE HELALE TCHAWO 
CLASS OF 2013/2015 (HS)
SUNSET: Sunday, April 24th 2022
We are so deeply saddened to announce the sudden passing of 25-year-old LYDIVINE JOLYCE HELALE TCHAWO, of Saker Baptist College's Graduating Class of 2013 (FORM 5) and 2015 (High School).

She died last Sunday, April 24th 2022 in DOUALA, after child delivery complications, (PREECLAMPSIA), leaving behind the 2 PRECIOUS TWIN BOYS she birthed.

LYDIVINE who has rightfully been described as a "brainbox" held a BSc in PHYSICS from the University of BUEA, recently earned an MSc in ROBOTICS ENGINEERING from POLYTECHNIQUE DOUALA, and was pursuing her PhD in ELECTRICAL ENERGY and ROBOTICS in the same institution when she passed away.

Even more noteworthy is the fact that she is, by all accounts. known to have been a "LOVING, SELFLESS and CHARMING" person who touched so many lives in the short time allocated to her on this earth. 

We extend our most sincere condolences to her distraught Family and Friends.

Her Funeral Ceremonies will unfold in accordance with the program posted below.

Rest in perfect peace "MANYI" and may GOD watch over your two little PRINCES!
IN LOVING MEMORY OF Mrs. MARY EDEM FONJOCK  
STUDENT #104, CLASS OF 1968 
SUNSET: Friday, May April 29th 2022
It is with sorrow that we announce the passing of SAKER BAPTIST COLLEGE'S STUDENT #104, Mrs. MARY EDEM FONJOCK, a Member of the CLASS OF 1968. (SBC's 3rd Batch)

Late Mrs. MARY FONJOCK, who was a practicing Pharmacist and owner of PHARMACY TAF in LIMBE, passed away on Friday, April 29th 2022 in BUEA.

We extend our heartfelt condolences to her Family, Friends and Classmates.

Her Funeral Arrangements will be posted as soon as they are made available.
May her soul rest in perfect peace.
PLEASE CLICK ON THIS IMAGE  TO VIEW A FEW PHOTOS & VIDEOS FROM HER FUNERAL IN BANDJA