ForeverMissed
Dr. Lawrence Tangu Nso(Nkweta) ., the living legend, the father without borders and true servant of God bowed out of the stage of life at 73. But the Legend lives On. Forever in our hearts!
Posted by Bernice Enang on July 5, 2022
One year is gone but I still feel I am dreaming.I have learnt to live with the memories we created but I truly miss you sonny .I know you are a celebrity in heaven like you were on earth because you loved without boundaries
Posted by Eyong Tabe on January 23, 2022
Daddy, today is your birth day and i want you to know that you are the anchor upon which we stood when my dad Napoleon died. You place the world's hopes and dreams in us. Continue to rest in peace
Posted by Asoni Nso on July 12, 2021
My Daddy Kos as we called u,
Who would I dance our dance with hence?
Who would call unend to check on me before my take offs?
Who would send me parcels from one end of the earth to another? Wasnt just about the calls and parcels, but the love, concern and care they conveyed. Thanks for being our daddy, just the way u were; a lion yet a lamb. We would follow in your footsteps to live in peace and understanding.
Miss u dad, but I still love you.
Rest on papa for all man.
Posted by Agbornduku Eret on July 10, 2021
GOOD BYE MY BROTHER

For Dr. Nso Lawrence PhD.

I will hear your voice no more
It died the other day!
Boo one sided has become
Your side gone with your heart!
You acted sincerely your love for Christ
As you did in service for humanity.

Your adroitness and sincerity stood tall
Even money couldn't destroy!
Where all were leaning and falling
And thought through it
You too will fall .
But sorry,
As you are wont to say!
Humbly you chose to build God's servants
Here you saw God
You wrote on church unity
And earned a Ph D
Not the Pull Him Down syndrome
That had pursued you everywhere
But Proof Him Divinely,
Ordained for God's kingdom
Where your reward is enormous
Adieu my dear brother
We shall meet in paradise.

Agbornduku Eret PhD
Kumba
9/7/21
Posted by Gordon Nso on July 6, 2021
A legard, you were a lovely father full of love, strength and encouragement. Your warm smile taught me that love reigns supreme and that is what those who were fortunate enough to know you will remember you. I also remember your jokes, invaluable wisdom and advice. You were a father of all father. A shining example to all. Daddy forever in our heart.
Posted by Hesron Nso on July 5, 2021
Dad! Your sudden demised has crushed us all mentally and physically!Dad! Why!You really scammed us all.You were recovering rapidly from your stroke and we were all happy,you even called me into your room to demonstrate to me how you can get in and out of bed without any major support and you were even telling me and mom of how you would be liberating me soon to return to my station to continue with my economic activities as you were very concern with all the economic looses I was encountering being around you since your illness.That was you! Even in time of difficulties you still had concern for other people.Thank you for being our dad and thank you for impacting our lives positively and thanks also for the thousands of lives you impacted positively.You were a wonderful dad and I am going to miss you dearly for the rest of my life.You came,you witnessed and you impacted positively and left.Rest in peace legend! Your legacy lives on.
Posted by Asonken valentina Titi on July 3, 2021
You were my only grand dad but yet you were all I ever needed you would always make everyone laugh and smile tears streamed down my face when I saw you in that sick bed since the day you went away its gotten harder day by day by the house feels so empty without you I can't still believe you are no more it like a dream you are the man that gave me inspiration and courage to achieve my goals you told me my right from wrong and most of all you put others before yourself you are not going to be with us but you will forever be in our hearts I love you grand pa and I will always love you
Posted by NSO ANNE on July 3, 2021
Daddy it's still not dawn on me yet that you are gone.i never dreamt a day like this will come...yes I know you live and are At rest with the lord Jesus because that was your course here on earth but I will forever miss you daddy, I have tried to hold it pretending dat nothing has happened that you are at home that I will come home and see you that I will call and you will pick I know my tears won't bring you back. so much to say daddy it's unbelievable you always call me your grand mother,mantab how are you my daughter I remember our last call on phone you said when you get home we will talk you said you are happy am okay my heart is heavy .I wish you stayed longer my daddy kosala my daddy kumba you were a great man always wanted the best and you cared more about others than yourself. All the beautiful moments, memories won't be forgotten ADIEU papa
                  
                    Your Niece Anymon
Posted by Nso Philomina Nanji on July 1, 2021
Oh my sweet daddy I am here before you today saying the words I have never wanted, giving a speech I have never wanted to give, feeling the loss I have never wanted to feel.
Daddy it's difficult to imagine you won't be around us again and am not sure how we will all cope, may God Almighty be our strength.
I can't forget the day I received a call at about 5am on the 25th of March 2021 that daddy have been rushed to the hospital and that you have suffered partial stroke, I felt like my whole world had come to an end. I cried, prayed that oh lord help my sweet dad from this illness. But I gained courage after I learnt from so many people that you will be fine blc so many people have live with stroke for years.
Seeing you recovering each passing day gave me hope that all will be fine, not knowing all the great improvements you made was to a scam on us. Daddy I didn't imagine that you will leave us so soon. I knew you will stay with us fir some time, but God Almighty best knows.
Daddy you were a father to all, a soul that brought joy and fulfilment to many and whose legacy will leave on forever. Am so happy before leaving this world u saw the way ex students ( kupexians) celebrated you until you said, you never knew you impacted so many souls as an ordinary teacher.
Daddy your love, your patience, your understanding, your wisdom and amaxing sense of humour will live on inside us forever.
Your grand daughter ule will miss you dearly.
Goodbye my sweet daddy, you will always live on in my heart.
Posted by EYONG TABE Besong on June 24, 2021
Daddy its unbeleivable that you are leaving us behind at this moment. Death must be so beautiful. So beautiful that you would lie in the soft brown earth, with the grasses waving above you, and listen to silence. To have no yesterday, and no to-morrow. To forget time, to forget life. When my dad died, you told me that good men must die, but death cannot kill their names. That, we should seek the road which makes death a fulfillment. You told me that the worst thing is to lose your reason for living, Today we are left with memories, hard pains and a long recovering period. You will forever be in our hearts. Go well daddy
Posted by EMMANUEL JONG NSO on June 24, 2021
My dear brother, we miss you but are sure you are at the site of our creator already serving as one of his angels. You really were already an angel in your life time as you spent most of your time serving the Lord and his people.
Posted by CEF Team on June 24, 2021
We at Christ Educational Foundation (CEF) feel sad and sorrowful for Daddy L. T. Nso our Sec. General who has silently closed the door of life and departed from us. Yet, we are comforted to know that you are present with the Lord. You live on in the areas of our lives and so many lives you have brightened, especially the less privilege children at via CEF, all your children and all the widows; will greatly miss you. May your Gentle Soul rest in peace.
Posted by Alicia Fonk on June 21, 2021
Daddy each time i see your picture...it pulls tears down from my eyes.
Countless times you wrote just to check on me & jt thinking it wont happen again bleeds my heart.
Drop a hi to mum Mary Nazah... not forgetting grand Pa & daddy "doctor"
We will forever miss U so much but you live in our hearts.May ur gentle soul rip in the Lord's bosom
  Alice Fonkem

 
Posted by Nso Festina on June 21, 2021
Daddy was someone strong, brave, and with strong will power. No condition seem hard for you to endure, once you determined your goal , you did everything possible to attain it. That made you a great achivever. Daddy you were a great man, and a role model, very prayful, you good you have impacted and transform many life's and you have run the race, all throughout these you never relented to take care of mum, and the 7 of us, and checking on your millions children everyday. Who will called me senior sister as you fondly called me , since I was named after your elder sister. Daddy I saw you during your last hours on Earth struggling for your life, but I had hope God will give you another years, but Papa God saw you had done much through out your time with us, so he put his arms around you whispered, come to me. Daddy we love you, but God love u best. yours daughter Nso Festina Epouse Ediange Festina.
Posted by Nso Helen Timbe on June 21, 2021
My sweet husband, my father, my daddy, my everything, my heart bleeds for your departure. We got married at our early age, we were together as big brother and small sister. When we started having children you told me that I should take care of the children and myself so that you can work hard in God's vineyard and God gave you the power to work in his vineyard still your departure. I remembered each time I complained that you should rest you told me that God has given you the strength to work still when it's time to leave this world. His wished was that he should go first before me when we use to crack jokes that he knows I will take care of the children more than him. Now is the children that will take care of me no more me taking care of the children because of my health
I can't forget this because each time you tell me Helen do you know that I love you? And I will answer yes I know that you love me. You were really a husband. A husband everybody will love to have. Even when I was sick you did everything for me. You didn't complained. Death has separated us but I know you are looking down on us from heaven. I thank God for the time we spent together as husband and wife. You were indeed a good and caring husband and you will forever remain my husband even in death. Goodnight my loving husband. Forever in my heart.
Your loving wife
Posted by Grace Malai NSO on June 21, 2021
Daddy was someone to look up to, someone to follow, someone to admire, someone to be proud of, someone to hold and someone to respect. Daddy was a hard-working, loving, caring, simple, humble and above all prayerful. A man with all these qualities he was indeed a special man with such a rare character. I am so incredibly grateful and happy that I had a father like you with all these qualities. A father everyone will love to have .
Mother inlaw, pepeye as you fondly call me. Weh death why are u so wicked? Who will call me mother inlaw again. I never saw this coming.
After you were discharged from the hospital we were all happy that you have recovered very fast and you gave us all hopes that everything will be ok. That God has given you the second chance to live again. But everything changed when you were rushed back to the hospital. Even in the hospital we still had faith that you will get up from that bed but God's ways are not our ways. That faithful Monday morning when you went into a diabetic comma and I prayed to God and asked of 2 things that God should give you 2 more years let me show you how much I love you and the other prayer was if it is the will of God then he should take you to his kingdom because I never wanted to see you suffer cause you don't deserve it. And God answered my prayer by calling you into his kingdom on the 14th of June in the evening. Who am I to Question your decision Lord? But one thing is for sure I know you are rejoicing in your father's kingdom where there is no pain and sorrow. There is one thing am Happy because your kupexan family celebrated your life before passing on to glory.
We thank God for your life well spent on earth. I thank you for being my father I will forever remained grateful for the fatherly love you impacted on us and others. Go well my sweet father. Even in death you remain my father, no one can ever replace you. ' Forever Loved' your daughter Nso Grace Malai
Posted by Jong Levi on June 20, 2021
It is really hard to accept that u are gone so soon my Dear Daddy Dr Nso L.T. I remembered the days we spend together when i came to Kumba and was living with you. You usually get up very early in the morning to make tea for me. I remembered how u told me all about the chieftency of Anduochi, how the family originated and how the family property was shared. I enjoyed my stay with you and in just 2 months and some weeks you left us. I remembered what u told me on your sick bed when i came to visit you. You were so happy that i left Yaounde to come and visit you in the hospital and you told me that you will be fine. I missed you so much Daddy.My regards to my fathers the Rev Paul Nso, Pa Ndifor Simon Jong, Chief Anduochi 1 and Dr Nso Magog. RIP DADDY
Posted by Jane Maureen on June 20, 2021
Daddy you welcome me into your home and made me one of your own. You were the most fatherly principal for the most of us during our school years, the best father one could ask of and a wonderful person.
To know that you went through all that pain before leaving us is most painful. God knows best! I know with your earthly departure, heaven gained another angel. Rest In Peace Daddy!
Posted by Whatever Videos on June 20, 2021
Rest in peace Daddy for all man.
Posted by nso nicholas on June 20, 2021
We spent 67 years of your 73 years together. We miss you dearly brother. Carry our love to Papa Rev. Paul Nso in eternity.

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Posted by Bernice Enang on July 5, 2022
One year is gone but I still feel I am dreaming.I have learnt to live with the memories we created but I truly miss you sonny .I know you are a celebrity in heaven like you were on earth because you loved without boundaries
Posted by Eyong Tabe on January 23, 2022
Daddy, today is your birth day and i want you to know that you are the anchor upon which we stood when my dad Napoleon died. You place the world's hopes and dreams in us. Continue to rest in peace
Posted by Asoni Nso on July 12, 2021
My Daddy Kos as we called u,
Who would I dance our dance with hence?
Who would call unend to check on me before my take offs?
Who would send me parcels from one end of the earth to another? Wasnt just about the calls and parcels, but the love, concern and care they conveyed. Thanks for being our daddy, just the way u were; a lion yet a lamb. We would follow in your footsteps to live in peace and understanding.
Miss u dad, but I still love you.
Rest on papa for all man.
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Shared by Diunase Keshu Nso on June 20, 2021
My daddy Nkosalla I am eternally grateful for going through my first years of childhood In your home. You opened your doors to my brother and I and gave us our first educational background. I remember crying every morning while we got ready to go to nursery school but your comforting techniques of asking your baby kesh to come “bough” the eyes and give “sugar” always worked. We will forever miss u

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Shared by Nanji Jemea on June 20, 2021
I still remember one of my favorite moments spent in kumba with Uncle Lawrence. I am certain I wasn’t more than 6 years old i remembered how in the evening we all were in the parlor and he carried me on his lap and played his accordion. It is said that as time passes you don’t exactly remember how something happened but you remember how you felt and though this moment is blur in my mind i remember how happy and joyful i felt this is honestly one of my best moments amongst all my holidays soent in kumba he welcome me as a daughter and each time I remember that moment I am happy and blessed I had such a great Uncle.