Lovely
Delphine Ma'a Anjoh
  • 41 years old
  • Date of birth: Feb 25, 1974
  • Place of birth:
    Anong, North West Region, Cameroon
  • Date of passing: Apr 7, 2015
  • Place of passing:
    Meyomessala, South Region, Cameroon
Let the memory of Delphine be with us forever

This memorial website was created in memory of our beloved Sister, Delphine Ma'a Anjoh, 41 born on February 25, 1974 and passed away on April 7, 2015. We will remember her forever.

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by augusta epuli anjoh on 7th April 2016

"Ah!!!
It's been one year now. My God oh. Chai
Forever missed
Aunty Del"

This tribute was added by Gilles Anjoh on 7th April 2016

"One year have gone by my dear sister and your memory still remain fresh in our hearts, we wish you happy anniversary in the bosom of the almighty and we thank God for keeping us strong especially mamy. My dear lovely sis keep watching over us until we meet to part no more."

This tribute was added by Anjoh Mboe on 7th April 2016

"Dear Sister,

we remember you this day when the bomb shell landed, do you know that Prudencia who brought your corpse has died too, what is happening? is the questions we are all asking...no answers

God alone knows!!!!

Del with a heavy heart but total submissions to the will of GOD, we are giving GOD the sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving for the testimony of your life of TRUTH."

This tribute was added by Gilles Anjoh on 6th June 2015

"Del you still remain fresh in our minds, it is really unbelievable that we will not see or hear from you again my dear sister rest in peace."

This tribute was added by Anjoh Mboe on 6th June 2015

"Still in faith on your victory over death and believing God for your passing on to glory. I am still in shock but strong.

God mercifully bless us."

This tribute was added by augusta epuli anjoh on 21st May 2015

"Forever missed"

This tribute was added by Belle Sonkey on 12th May 2015

"Just for you to brighten your day with the Lord. You were loved!!!"

This tribute was added by Anjoh Teke on 21st April 2015

"Death has been swallowed up in victory. Where, o death, is your victory? Where,  O death, is your sting? The sting of death is Sin, and the power of sin is the law. Thanks be to God who has givens us victory through Christ, grand seour we go surely catch again , I remembered this word from you."

This tribute was added by Eric Menyoli on 20th April 2015

"My dear sympathizers and brother in the same faith. I wish to share with you by starting to say, Death is a graduation. When we're taught all the things we came to teach, learned all the things we came to learn, then we're allowed to graduate. As you may all know a mother’s heart is the child’s classroom? I thank God for all that my mom, Ma'a Delphine Anjoh, has taught me through the years. She is a portrait of a godly mother, and I’m proud to be her son. I want to share a few things I learned from my mother that have influenced me greatly. I trust that as you read this, you, too, can reflect and remember things your own mother taught you. And I pray that all parents can learn from my mom’s example and impart these same truths to. Mom taught me the importance of having a relationship with God. She told me, “You’re nothing without Him.” There isn’t anything more important for a mother to teach her children than to teach them how to have a relationship with God. From her I learned how to endure. She told me to never quit no matter what. Growing up, Mom and I endured some hard times (days we ate roughly from hand to mouth), but through her strong faith in God we learned to keep going even in the hard times. I witnessed my mom’s constant devotion to find a true man that will nurse up a strong family foundation. The beginnings were tough and It's endings was tougher Now we can testify to the truth that obedience has its rewards! If we will obey God and endure hardship like a good soldier (2 Timothy 2:3), there will be no worries. It took a lot of prayer on her part to raise me. Mom spent many lonely hours and was responsible for many duties and decisions that she had to make by herself. Mom taught me to minister to the needs of others. Even when we didn’t have enough, she still gave to others who were needier than we were. Mom welcomed everyone. If parents were looking for who to keep their kids during holidays, the first person they thought was Aunty Delphine! The kids in the neighborhood liked to hang out at our crib, but Mom didn’t mind; she was so kind and generous. Mom stood for justice. I even sometimes used to call her BARISTA. She taught me the difference between right and wrong and taught me to make proper decisions. She also taught me about the God-kind of love —a love that has influenced my life immeasurably. Many people reading this will think I despise my Dad and avoid talking about him.(O no!) The truth is Mom and Dad was never legally married. But I am here today as a result of my mother’s faith. She believed that by teaching me all that she taught, she would never have to shed tears over a wayward son. No, I haven’t done everything right. Yes, I’ve messed up at times, and I’ve done some things in the past that I shouldn’t have done. But God is forgiving, and the words of my mom always came to me in my time of need. God has been faithful to answer the prayers she prayed over the years. Mum I promise to start where you ended. These are just a few of the things I have learned from my mom. I pray that these are truths you can use to teach your own children. Mom Rest In Peace while my heart remains fully in joy believing that you are seated by the lord God Almighty side.



Son

Menyoli Ngessang"

This tribute was added by MENYOLI ERIC on 20th April 2015

"My dear sympathizers and brother in the same faith.I wish to share with you by starting to say,Death is a graduation. When we're taught all the things we came to teach, learned all the things we came to learn, then we're allowed to graduate.

As you may all know a mother’s heart is the child’s classroom. I thank God for all that my mom, Ma'a Delphine Anjoh, has taught me through the years. She is a portrait of a godly mother, and I’m proud to be her son.

I want to share a few things I learned from my mother that have influenced me greatly. I trust that as you read this, you, too, can reflect and remember things your own mother taught you. And I pray that all parents can learn from my mom’s example and impart these same truths to.

Mom taught me the importance of having a relationship with God. She told me, “You’re nothing without Him.” There isn’t anything more important for a mother to teach her children than to teach them how to have a relationship with God.

From her I learned how to endure. She told me to never quit no matter what. Growing up, Mom and I endured some hard times( days we ate roughly from hand to mouth), but through her strong faith in God we learned to keep going even in the hard times.

I witnessed my mom’s constant devotion to find a true man that will nurse up a strong family foundation. The beginnings were tough and It's endings was tougher Now we can testify to the truth that obedience has its rewards! If we will obey God and endure hardship like a good soldier (2 Timothy 2:3), there will be no worries.

It took a lot of prayer on her part to raise me. Mom spent many lonely hours and was responsible for many duties and decisions that she had to make by herself.

Mom taught me to minister to the needs of others. Even when we didn’t have enough, she still gave to others who were more needy than we were. Mom welcomed everyone.If parents were looking for who to keep their kids during holidays,the first person they thought was Aunty Delphine! The kids in the neighborhood liked to hang out at our crib, but Mom didn’t mind; she was so kind and generous.

Mom stood for justice.I even sometimes used to call her BARISTA. She taught me the difference between right and wrong and taught me to make proper decisions. She also taught me about the God-kind of love —a love that has influenced my life immeasurably.

Many people reading this will think I despise my Dad and avoid talking about him.(O no!) The truth is Mom and Dad were never legally married.But I am here today as a result of my mother’s faith. She believed that by teaching me all that she taught, she would never have to shed tears over a wayward son. No, I haven’t done everything right. Yes, I’ve messed up at times, and I’ve done some things in the past that I shouldn’t have done. But God is forgiving, and the words of my mom always came to me in my time of need. God has been faithful to answer the prayers she prayed over the years. Mum I promise to start where you ended.

These are just a few of the things I have learned from my mom. I pray that these are truths you can use to teach your own children. Mom Rest In Peace while my heart remains  fully in joy believing that you are seated by the left hand of God Almighty.
Menyoli,
did you one to say right hand of God or right hand of GOD."

This tribute was added by Anjoh Mboe on 20th April 2015

"Delphine,

> words can't express how we feel with your untimely
> departure. Its so difficult to believe you left us at this
> time. You left without a word for mami. November is just a
> few months away, who will translate papa Makia's speach,
> Who will be our lead singer! God knows best, your
> departure has left a wound in our hearts, We don't think
> it will heal anytime soon.      
>              Adieu, Mami Nyanga.
> On behalf of Akpo Makia family, pa Makia."

This tribute was added by Richard Kometa on 15th April 2015

"There are moments when life seems to be at standstill and we keep wondering how to make sense of the events around us. News of Delphine’s death was one such occasion. Leaving just at the time life seemed to be at its best for her. God alone can understand why it has to be that way.
You hardly raised your voice even in the face of difficult and embarrassing situations. Instead, you had a metallic laugh that you alone knew the secret. For the years we had in our Mbengwi ex-students meetings, you followed discussions with such passion and commitment that only you alone could understand. You were so dependable that whenever you committed yourself to any of our activities, we had just the right results.  
I understand no one can say when the time is ripe for death, but when it strikes at 41, there is no way I can avoid being confused. However, the way it snatched you speaks of an angelic departure. So RIP Delphine.
Kometa Richard
Cameroon Tribune"

This tribute was added by Margaret Fombe on 15th April 2015

"Dear Delphine,

I will not say you went too soon because the timing of man's life belongs to God. I knew you for not so long but our friendship was passionate. God created you beautiful, I know. I admired more your internal beauty which spoke volumes without a single word. Your participation in bible classes in PC Nsimeyong witnessed the depth of your belief in God the Creator. You never hesitated to thank Him in the congregation of His people, for all He did in your life. I still remember the thanksgiving you offered during bible studies for your missing purse which was found and handed to you with its contents intact.

YES, Delphine you are gone, but you lived in the fear of the Lord. You were always ready to help wherever help was needed. You were not discouraged by unappreciative remarks. I am not surprised by your smooth and brief transition to the world beyond. Some have called it heart attack, but I know this is God’s design for His daughter with whom “He is well pleased”.  

Delphine, you lived in the fear of the Lord. You worshiped and thanked Him for His assurance of your salvation which came with His resurrection on Easter Sunday. Then, He beckoned you on two days later. There could never have been a better way than this.

Dear sister, I will miss your love, your smiles, our commentaries on Rev. Masok’s approach to bible study, our jokes at the Mbengwi Ex-student’s Association meetings and especially your company; but I join all those you have left behind to celebrate your life here below, knowing that God is preparing our reunion at his appointed time.

Adieu dear friend, God grant you rest in perfect peace.

Fombe Fube Margaret
TV Producer - Director / Script Writer
Senior Translator
(English-A French-B)"

This tribute was added by Gilles Anjoh on 15th April 2015

"Delphine Anjoh, Inconceivable!
News of the death of Anjoh Delphine remains more than a mystery to those of us, members of the Yaounde branch of the Mbengwi Government Bilingual High School ex-students, MEXSA Yaounde. Her invaluable contributions to the development of our association were not just at the level of participation but included making contacts and effectively going out to do purchases for us to meet our end-of-year Christmas needs. Even when she had a job in the South Region, she did not stop attending  our gathering, taking the pains to pay her way from Meyongmessala, South Region to join us during our second Friday’s get-together each month.
We admired your courage travelling each meeting day over long distances from your brother’s residence in Bastos, Yaounde to share with the group in a member’s house in Medong or Simbock and that commitment even intensified when you moved to the South Region. We remember you would even send your financial contributions through your friends or through money transfer services before some of our members in Yaounde could do so. Whenever, possible you travelled to commune with us no matter how late in the night the travel agencies could permit you to join us.
Tragic enough, the weekend before Delphine passed on to glory on Tuesday 7 April, 2015, she was in Yaounde for a private visit but could not return without talking with our President and other group members to enquire about our activities. She even chatted with others on telephone as if to say, Adieu. Sadly, no one could suspect that was her story! That is why we have been unable to be coherent in our thoughts and understanding of what has happened. Many still feel that you will be there to hug and cheer up all of us on the second Friday of next month when we meet again. Alas!!!
Farewell!
MEXSA, Yaounde Branch""

This tribute was added by Victorine Karngong on 15th April 2015

"I couldn't believe it when it happened.I was shocked, traumatized and dismayed by your sudden death.We had an  easter weekkend together but the only thing you failed to do was to tell me you came to say goodbye. If this  is  how God planned it, who am I to question.  Del, you were always there for your friends, you were always the peacemaker, not wanting to hurt anybody and always there to do the moderations between friends when there was a discontent. Del, as we used to call each other "my friend" you were a real friend, always there in times of pain and joy. Gentle by nature, avoiding to hurt anyone who comes along your way. You have gone and left mum whom you loved so much, I really hope she is going to withstand your demise because I remember when mum was seriously sick three years and spent weeks in the central hospital, you were the care giver. Why didn`t you allow us time to care for you. It is said we should not question Gods ways but at times it is so difficult because when medics say you had a heart attack, I am so surprised. As of your son Menyoli, I pray that God should continue to protect him because the bonding between you and him was a very strong one. Menyoli, your mum is gone but count on us for support. I have too much to say about Delphine, but all I ask you Del is that as I know you are already at God's right hand, just prepare a place for us in his heavenly kingdom where we will meet to part no more. Bye "my friend" bye.

Victorine  Mbibu Karngong"

This tribute was added by Endale Edith on 14th April 2015

"You were very nice to me as a person and i couldn't help it but stop by to drop this piece for you.  I was so shocked to learn you went to rest. It is well my dear, at least you are now free from this evil world. One thing that soothes my pain is the fact that you knew JESUS so i know you are in a better place.

Rest in peace!! Aunty Delphine..."

This tribute was added by Anjoh Mboe on 14th April 2015

"DEL,

I get up every morning to be faced by this reality....who did this to you!!!!!
We came back from your workplace and heard nice things your colleagues said about,,,,especially Jimmy your boss,see the nice plans you all have shared together, you by character being for true value did not think you have to boast about it....I am comforted by your faith and know you are at the Lord's bosom and if your death is man made HE WILL SURE VENDICATE  YOU  ......For you  died in the Lord
I am comforted because your last cry was JESUS......He heard you"

This tribute was added by Kelvin Ashu on 12th April 2015

"I remember all of the wonderful things that she did during our Lycee Bilingue final year. She was always there for all of us. I know you would want us to think of you in better times. RIP Grand Soeur!!!"

This tribute was added by Prince Bisong on 11th April 2015

"Anti Del. Words are never enough to enlighten stranger of you how hospitable and homely you are (were). The sole prayer warrior of the Akpo-MAKIA family. We will miss you eternally with an unforgettable remorse. I am glad to have lived knowing you as an aunt..  On behalf of the Wusong-fule family, i say adieu. Prepare our coming"

This tribute was added by Anjoh Mboe on 11th April 2015

"JESUS!!!!!

Those were your last words,how comforting we are that you died calling your saviour,
sister we thank God for receiving you,he forgives even at the last second,you are gone from this sinful world.
May your soul rest in perfect peace.

I and the children will miss you much. lemmy was asking you every minutes aunty Del.you were where????

Is this your answer??????"

This tribute was added by babiene joyceline on 11th April 2015

"Aunty Del, they say good people never live long now I believe.I use to write in present tense to you but today is in the past. Many years back you took me into your house as your second child always said I was the twin of Menyoli.When I traveled for greener pasture in Kuwait to work as a housemaid you where the first person who came to my mind cos you thought me how to take care of household stuffs.And am proud of you for that. The younger generation of the family will miss your unconditional love and care for no  one can take your space but we  have to be peaceful and positive just as showed us,you lived and EXAMPLENARY life.My heart still bleeds for your lost.GONE TO SOON  I LOVE YOU.REST IN PERFECT PEACE"

This tribute was added by Flo Makia on 10th April 2015

"What is life? My dear friend and sister i still can not accept that you are no more. You were so happy for me when i recovered from the deadly illness and we talked about God all the time. You always encouraged me and pour out praises making sure you read all my posts and comment. You were so ggod to me and i did not even have the opportunity to say THANKS. Del may the Lord grant you eternal rest and please keep watch over us as you usually did. Wow i am writting in the past death is really mad.
Good bye dear sis till we meet to part no more."

This tribute was added by Erica Njieh on 9th April 2015

"Wow Sister Del it is never easy to hear and to accept such a sad news by us, though it might not be for you. I have always known you as one of Sister Ju's best friend and to know that we can no more hear, talk or see you is heartbreaking. We love you but God loves you most. Him alone knows why he accepted to receive you so soon. We will always miss and remember you. Sister Del rest in peace till we meet again."

This tribute was added by Judith Mukuro on 9th April 2015

"Delphine, Delphine, I am still trying to understand this. I like to believe that it is not true, but everybody says it is. Delphine who did this to you? Delphine I can not and will not stop crying. I refuse to accept this. My friend I am breaking down again. I cant write any thing. Delphine what happened to you?. I cant even say good bye. I cant even say go well. There is so much I like to say about our life together but I cant because I am breaking down. May you find favor where  you are going Delphine and may you be treated like royalty. You are royalty Delphine. You are the type of friend every one will like to have. You are a good Christian with a kind heart. You share and celebrate the joy and success of others. You are not envious. You are friends with everybody even the people higher in status than you because that is the type of person you are. You share in other peoples success. You do not wait for it to be yours to celebrate. I will miss you Delphine."

This tribute was added by Patience Morikang on 9th April 2015

"Del. My dear friend. I am lost of words.I did not know at this too soon a time i will be writing a tribute to you. Not too long ego we were on the phone about the loss of my sister.After Easter i was smiling at your pictures you posted on FB  and feeling happy for you. And now it is sadness. What a life! I remember our days in Y'de university. We used to eat from the same plate in chartau. You made me eat " Nyamagoro"  for the first time. I remember how we used to go to Nsimeyong church together. Very loving and caring person you were. A problem solver and a go getter. You always helped me when i needed to make a free phone call to my sister in the US. I never saw or hear you complaining. I never saw you not looking good. You were always a " mamie nyanga". Go in peace my dear friend."

This tribute was added by Gilles Anjoh on 9th April 2015

"I light this candle to shine and illuminate the world as you did in your radiant, ever smiling, positive altitude in the way you lead your life. Always looking for that bright spot even though life has had it own share of hardship on you and the family."

This tribute was added by Francisca Bessem Tuku on 9th April 2015

"Aunty Del i still Fine it very very hard to accept, u leaved an examplery life,peaceful,caring,God fearing,contentent,always listen to problema and giving kind Words,like Franca family is worth more than money, lif am,u seré very concern, everybodies best aunty in the family,what are i going yo tell my daughter Tour sweetheart? Whenshe Ask me?weyyyyyyyyy ohhhhhhhhhh mamiyeeeeee die no give u time for talk for menyoli or mami sef,??? Ur friends and family di cry u oooo! What a BuG Lose,what console me a little bit is that i know for a fact that you are in a better place,Rest in preace Aunty Del,you will forever be miss ,chaiiiiiiiiii A Dieu"

This tribute was added by Gilles Anjoh on 8th April 2015

"My Lovely, dear and beautiful Sister words cannot express how I feel right now I am really devastated and heart broken that I cannot think coherently to leave you a befitting tribute, you were such a loving and caring person to us all, you were always there to give a hearing ear when ever I call on you, ready to console with your soothing tongue words of  encouragements that uplifted one spirit. Persistently insisting on peace when ever there is any misunderstanding in the family.

Since you got this your present job I have seen you live your life with the utmost joy, always giving thanks to the almighty and enjoying life to the fullest. Even though it was short lived I am a little bit console that you died happy and resting in God's bosom."


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