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Prof. Victor Anomah Ngu
Born in Cameroon
85 years
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Dr. Ewonkem Roger
Prof. RIP, Your contribution to science and humanity will never be forgotten. Thank you.
Thank you Prof. Anomah Ngu for being a shining example, and a source of inspiration. You left the world a better place, indeed.
Uncle, it is never the right time to leave especially to your loved ones. You made an impact on all of our lives and we miss you.
Dr. Christopher Atang
You taught the world to work for the good of mankind. Like Pope John Paul VI, you taught endurance in the face of adversity. RIP
Anym Ngu-Muthi
Uncle, you taught me so much. You have accomplished God's work on earth. I'll miss you. I know you are at peace with God.
Evelyne Ndikum-Anoma
Prof, your humility and great contribution to society lives on. We met and bid cheerful good-bye in March. Rest in great peace.
Marilyn Fru Tayim
You will be greatly missed. You have fought the good fight, RIP
Prof., I light this candle in your honor, that you may be able to meet your Heavenly Father in peace. May your gentle soul RIP.
Ngonda Esther
Prof, l light this candle for you as you make your way to our Creator. What a void in Cameroon Medicine. You will be missed. RIP
Joseph Njimbidt Ngu
My brother, you taught me to be proactive, to be happy, accept things I can't control & focus on things I can. Thanks!
lifaka Matike
Prof, go in peace. Your work on earth is done. Cameroon will always remember you as one of the greatest educator and researcher.
Valerie Wehiong-Batta
Professor, your great work, kindness and compassion towards the less fortunate changed the lives of many people around the world.
Nehbi Ngu
Uncle I love you. Your hard work, humility, kindness will never be forgotten. I know you are with God resting! Love Nehbi
Dr. Chebe, Emmanuel N.
Prof., you were great as a statesman, a professional, and as a Uite (Univ. of Ibadan)my alma mater. Rest in perfect peace.
Lucie Ngongbo
Dear Professor Anomah Ngu, may your kind and gentle soul rest in perfect peace. You put your mark on so many who will miss you so.
Barbara Awa
"Prof" as you were fondly called, my father is alive today, thanks to you. Thank you. May your gentle soul rest in peace.
Anna Ngu
Papa Victor, Thank God for the wonderful time we shared together, the family reunions, and most of all the fatherly love. Bye.
Asonglefac Nkemleke
He was a senior. his back i never saw in english speaking cameroon's citadel of learning "near the buea mountain high above the sea." years later in yaounde city did i this colossus meet. always calm, ever encouraging, inspiring, and guiding younger generations to their dreams pursue. prof., you were not just a role model; you gave us hope to fight for what is right and to right what is wrong. thank you for all you stood inspirator to those of us who sought justice in an unjust society. may your gentle soul rest in perfect peace in the bosom of our lord and god!
Anomah Ngu
He is a father to all of us and and he helped countless to the very end, a heart bigger than anyone I ever knew!
The kindest and most loving person that ever walked. Love from Daddy Ola, Mom Reinne, Victor and Faith.
Prof, your great works and generous heart will always inspire us. This great family you knitted will always remember and love you.
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