ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Geraldine and Rose B. Kum Achuo. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Julien Anji on March 26, 2021
Auntie geraldine I hope wherever you are now you're happy and you're in peace. You left us heartbroken, a broken heart that can never be fixed rest well auntie until we meet again
Posted by Castro Castro on March 25, 2021
It’s just so sad I have been speechless and don’t know which case to handle Mummy Rose Rest In Peace you tried you fought the battle I guest you and mum had your plan I don’t know who to question I love you all keep resting
Posted by Abosi Okorie Michael on March 23, 2021
Geraldine what happened nau? Why did you leave us too soon? You and Sister Rose. This is just too much to deal with. ...just like that?
The news of your sudden demise was brokered to me a few minutes ago by my Sis. It was devastating to hear. I could not hold back my tears. Right from the very first time we met back in 2001, you took me in like your like blood brother. Ever loving, Cheerful, kindhearted compassionate and always willing to go the extra mile to help. You will forever be in our hearts. May your souls rest in the bosom of the Lord. Safe Journey! 
Your Brother from Nigeria.
Posted by Chelsea Fusung on March 22, 2021
AJI STELLA (NEICE)
Mum, not a day goes by without my asking God why. Yu wer such a bright light, you showed me nothing but a mothers unending love. I always I knew I got my cool mum to defend me. If only tears could bring you back, I will cry an ocean for you. Everything about you was special, from love, poise, your smile, your dance steps and even your food. I will miss you so much. Im so sorry you did not get to enjoy the fruits of your labour. It brings me a little joy that whenever we spoke I never forgot to tell you that “I love you” and it always reciprocated. I will hold on to the memories and cherish them forever. I love you, rest well my QUEEN. 
Posted by Chelsea Fusung on March 22, 2021
MARIE- ANTOINETTE (SISTER)
MY sister, am shorts of words, I cant wrap my head around this, I need you back here with me. When mami died she handed me to you that you will take care of me now where have you gone to? Who are you handing me over to? Why did you decide to do this to me, chaii mamie, you don go leave me. Who will I bother? Who will I have my sister arguments with? Who will be the calm to my storm. I just have too many questions that answers. My dear sister, so Bamenda was the last place we were to meet. You’ve left me with a big hole in my heart, this vacuum will not be filled.
My dear sister, until we meet again to part no more, rest in peace.
Posted by Chelsea Fusung on March 22, 2021

DELPHINE EKIE (IN-LAW)
Mumy Geraldine, you were good to me and took care of me. You loved me unconditionally and accepted all my wrongs without shaming me. I am only your junior brothers wife but your treated me more like a sister. My family was completely yours without any discrimination. Countless times you will check on me and the children, you always receive me with a smile and willew` never allow me go back with a gift from. Who will call me again and correct me like you did, who will tell me the truth when I make an error or a wrong decision. God knows why He called you ahead of me, I will miss you.

Posted by Chelsea Fusung on March 22, 2021
NNAM LARISSA (NIECE)
Aunty Geos as I will always call you. Its still very hard for me to believe and accept that you’ve left me. You were not only a mother but a playmate an adviser, most especially a friend. Whenever I have to ask chelsy to do my hair, you try to always create fun by asking her if I have paid if not shouldn’t do my hair and we will laugh about it then you will ask chelsy to still my do my hair cause we are sisters. Mummy if I have to say how hurt I am I think a million years will be a enough. I know you are sleeping in the lord. Mum, Nnam, your love will miss you. Till we meet again to depart no more.
Philippians 1:21
For me to live is Christ and to die is gain.
Posted by Chelsea Fusung on March 22, 2021
NIFISA (GOD DAUFGHTER/GRANDDAUGHTER)
Grandma, how could you leave without evening thinking of how much I will miss you. On whose body will I have a comfortable sleep, on whose arms will i sleep with comfort being assured am safe and sound, to whom will I hurry to wake up in the morning to come meet in the parlor just to play on the body. Grandma, only you could comfort me whenever I cried, I will turn to no one for comfort cause I was confident in your comfort, you knew when I needed something. Even when you complained ofyour eyes you still fed me and I trusted you cause you made sure I was ok. Who will organized my next birthday, the one year on earth was marked with plenty preparation cause you were involved. You’ve always considered me as your granddaughter and to me I am family forever.
I love you grandma and will miss you.
I promise to be you as I grow and you will always be in my heart.
Love you.
Posted by Chelsea Fusung on March 22, 2021
STACY (FAMILY FRIEND)
Mummy Gera, you were like a mother and an adviser, you always made sure I was comfortable around you. You were sociable and fun to be with, making people laugh as one of your hubbies. You thought me to forgive those who hurt me and forget it. You stood up for me when people were against me, that alone made me felt loved. You are kind, caring and understanding. words can’t express it all. My prayer for you is that you should sit at the right hand of God and may your humble soul continue to rest in peace.
Ecclesiastes 3: 1-2
To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under the heaven:
A time to be born, and a time to die, a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted.
Posted by Chelsea Fusung on March 22, 2021
EZIGHA ESTHER (SISTER)
Geraldine you were my sister beloved sister. You were a sister I loved too much and you loved me as well. But God have you most. When the news of your death came to me I felt it was a dream up till this moment its still very hard for me to believe and accept that you are no more my lovely sister. May your soul rest in perfect peace till we meet again to part no more.
Posted by Chelsea Fusung on March 22, 2021
MUA JULIANNA
My dear beloved sister, I want to thank you for the short time you lived on earth. You w ere my mother, my sister, my adviser will always bring me to the right part. No one will ever do as you did. May your soul rest in perfect peace till we depart to part no more.
Posted by Chelsea Fusung on March 22, 2021
KOOM OBIOMA (DAUGHTER)
Mummy why would you leave me so soon, who told me you were going to take me out on women’s day and gave me something nice, you made so many promises and yet you left me so soon. Mummy, who will I run back to school to, who will call m me my pikin love. There is never going to be any mother like you again in my life, you will give me the best there is, you will do all it took to make sure am doing fine. Who will discipline me like you again, who tell me am a big girl, mum you’ve broken my little heart. Even though you left without a word, I know you had me at heart, I promise to do all you asked me to and I shall make sure your name is never forgotten. I love you mum.
Posted by Chelsea Fusung on March 22, 2021
EBUA DENIS (BROTHER)
Geraldine, how can you keep do this to me, you left me without even letting me hear your voice. My mother my nurse as I fondly called you, what will I tell Precious happened to you as she is expecting a second birthday from you as you promised her when she finally walks well. Geraldine, I will always call you on my way to limbe and you will welcome like the mother you are, I will come to you with my problems and you will ask me not to worry and you will solve it without stress, my lion is gone, my strength is finish, who will I run to when I have issues so that I am confuse, who will I run to when I don’t know where to turn to, who will call and ask for solution since you chose to cheat me by leaving without a word. What happen to all the promises and plans, what happened to all the words you we will tell me DENIS I will eat your money cause am always helping you. You gave my daughter the best gift in the hospital till date she is talking about. You gave her first ever birthday in the hospital, you made sure she was comfortable in your house. You’ve never discriminated between my children. Geraldine its hard to say bye the way you left us, am missing you my mother.
Posted by Chelsea Fusung on March 22, 2021
EBUA CHRISTOPHER (IN-LAW)
If I was told you will leave this early I won’t have accepted. You are the only one who truly understands me; you took care of wife without looking back. Gera, yes we will always have disagreements but nit for once was it for 24hours, you will always talk to me and I never ignored your words. Now that you are gone, who will I trust again to understand me this much, only you knew how to talk me out of anything that wasn’t right? Geraldine, seeing you lifeless was a big blow to heart, for the first time in my life I had a shock and I couldn’t speak, I couldn’t move my body, for the first time I felt the hand of sadness grip me so much I couldn’t breathe. Was our discussion going to be last, the Friday I called?
Posted by Chelsea Fusung on March 22, 2021
EBUA ISABELLA (NIECE)
Aunty, you took me like family and treated like your daughter, you gave my support countless times and even advise. You have never turned me down or deny me access to you. You took care of my mother and yet you left without me coming to show my appreciation, I told you will bring you anything you want from me no matter what, yet you decided to go without us going out as we had plan. Aunty GERA, to me you are a second mum; I told you things I didn’t tell even my own mother. Aunty, you have left me speechless. 

Posted by Chelsea Fusung on March 22, 2021
EBUA BORIS (NEPHEW)
To me were not an aunty but a mother to me and my siblings, you’ve never turn down my call anytime I cal. I can’t talk how much we have given the last you had. So many times I came to you completely empty and confuse but you will make me smile and laugh, you will always tell me ma man no worry I will do everything to get it done for you. Mummy, you left me too soon, who will I run to and talk with, who will call again to disturb and make me happy. Everything am doing is not just for my but for you too. Mummy I am missing you so much.
Posted by Chelsea Fusung on March 22, 2021
KUM ROSE (SISTER)
Geraldine, why have you left me in this state of confusion? You will always tell me ma man hurry up and get well so you can leave my house let me have cold head, you will always to the room and spend time with me and make laugh, you alone become my nurse and best friend, you alone made sure I had everything I needed and wanted without stress but now you’ve left me without saying a word. If I knew that day Thursday was the last I was going to see you and talk with then I won’t have let you step out of my side, I had known that was my last discussion with you that evening in the parlor I won’t have let you out of my side. You encouraged me more than anyone, you told me I was going to be well and we will go out,. Geraldine why, .
Posted by Chelsea Fusung on March 22, 2021
KUM RELINDIS MBI (NEICE)
My very own person, the one who will always give me directions and correct me in times of my worries. You’ve never seen me as your niece but rather treated me as a sister. You will always call me and we will discuss a little fun chats and it will end in friendly insults and laughter. Who will call me now and act exactly like you, who will call me just to query me for what I have no idea about just to make me laugh, who will I tell my problems to and expect genuine respond without any compromise. I told you everything cause to me you were my best friend. What happen to our last conversion? My very own elder sister, my mother, my father, I will miss you so much but know you will never leave my heart.
Posted by Alain Ebua on March 22, 2021
Good Night To You Both Aunty Geraldine And Aunty Rose  .It’s saddening Your exit in a twinkle of an eye is so devastating our Hearts Forever Green in our Hearts ❤️R.I.P
Posted by Ngefor Edith on March 19, 2021
My dear friend and sister Geraldine, since you left me on the 7 of March 2021, my life without you is empty, you have gone so soon, no answers to my so many questions, you were there for me in all situations, you could not allow me take care of you even in your sickbed, you spent your life here on Earth taking care of others in and out of the country, but you could not permit me give you even half of that care you gave to others.
Dear friend, you promised to decorate my house and even choose your room in the house because I always shouted at you when you cry in the night for Yannick.
My dear who will occupy the room and decorate the house with blinds. Dear I now realize that you never really love Mbong, Chelsea, Obi and I. You had to choose Yannick over us.
Dear, I could not believe your departure until I spent two nights in Limbe without you, then it down on me as a follower of Christ, that you have gone to your creator. As a CWF member you became a new creation, as we prophets in the PCC. I as a member of the CWF will make sure that you are given a CWF burial as the movement constitution demand, because you were for Christ on Earth.
Beautiful girl, Jay, Big Mami, sweet heart and sister go and rest in the bosom of the Lord. Prepare a place for us, until we meet to depart no more. Your Delegate of Transport, Mrs. Kuete Edith Ngefor
Adieu
Posted by Beatrice Nduwimana on March 18, 2021
My dear sister Geraldine, shining star of souls. May the Holy angels and Saints welcome you into Paradise. A life too short, but well lived in the service of our Lord and Savior. Our tears are many, but we surrender our sorrows to our Maker Who loved you more. We love you sister Geraldine!
Posted by Emmanuel kumbong Tsi on March 18, 2021
HOW WE WISH U CELEBRATED OUR GRADUATION WITH US BEFORE LEAVING US mum Gera...
     Chaii Ma Gera...Quiet Lady...
U are gone without atleast Celebrating your Success with us..
Posted by Emmanuel kumbong Tsi on March 17, 2021
A TRIBUTE TO OUR CLASSMATE
Ma Geraldine Achou
DEAR GOLDEN LADY..
•You were like a friend,mate,advicer,sister,,parent(coupled with your parental experiences)to us the family of Saint John Bosco Teacher Training College (SJBTTC)Buea.
•You were greater than us all but u decided to put on a garment of humility for us to interact well.
•You were older than us all but you became so young...for our sake.
•You were richer than us but became poor just to integrate well with us..
•You had issues with your sight but saw more than many of us with healthy sights.
•You had many life challenges but performed most outstandingly than us with little or none.
•Though with the afforementioned challenges,you left us the ex-students of SJBTTC with these consoling words"I Must Pass This Capiemp Even If Na Witchcraft" teaching us never to give up in any situation we are faced with and she truly achieved her ultimate goal...
•You were always ready to stand with,in and for your mates despite ur health challenges and parental responsibilities...
• It is true that we all are going to die one day and no one knows the day nor the hour, your sudden death has left us (ex-students of SJBTTC) speechless but man's ways are not God's way...
You left an indelible mark in us the family of SJBTTC Buea.
We will never cease to remember you mama..
.Rest in peace is too hard and heavy to say my friend..
Posted by Mary Ghongkedze on March 17, 2021
Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us, unseen, unheard, but so near everyday. May God Almighty receive you and show you the most beautiful mansion for you to rest eternally with him. Your death came as a shock to us, ,but we know God 's decision cannot be questioned. Rest in Perfect Peace Ewo.
Posted by Ikom Christopher on March 14, 2021
Geraldine, how could you leave me this early without evening waiting for a while. You were there for me in the hospital when I was critically sick, you abandoned everything and made sure I was comfortable. I remember how you check on me constantly and made sure I ate whatever I wanted. You've never discriminated among us. Yes I am your elder brother but to me you were more of a mother to me. You called me when and told me you arrived Bamenda safely and have seen of the corpse of Oliver in law. Your words was " big man and me transport ya" and I did. Why did you not tell me you were to leave me? What about your Obi? Let alone Chelsea ,Mbong and Rose? Who can ever take care of them like you?
I will miss you my sister.
Posted by Agnes B. Kwala on March 14, 2021
Dear sister, your parting from this world came to me as a shock. May Almighty God put you in eternal rest. Sister you went too soon. We will always miss you.
Posted by Zelma Buo on March 13, 2021
I first met Geraldine in 2014 when she and her sister Antoinette and Antoinette’s husband Jude Aji, visited our home at Mile 50 in Wum, on one of their frequent visits from the South-West where they were based to our shared and most beloved Aghem Village. I will never forget the radiance Geraldine exuded. Her warmth, her grace, her happy and self confident personality, and her spontaneous and generous laughter. From that first meeting Geraldine left her mark and our appreciation, fondness and respect only deepened every time we met her again in Wum or at her home in Limbe or at Antoinette and Jude’s home in Buea.
Despite her young age, her grace and consideration for others and her wise, mature and take-charge personality commanded attention and respect in return. It was beautiful to observe her amazing interaction with her teenage daughter smoothly balancing love and authority in the classic mold of a committed, adult parent.
Geraldine left this world way too early, but God knows best and He is in control. He called her back with her pure spirit in tact, leaving behind wonderful and indelible memories of joy, kindness and consideration for others, and family, friends and a beloved daughter to celebrate her short but remarkable life. R.I. P
Posted by Mbah Queenta on March 13, 2021
Mumy Jera, it's hard to know you are gone. Your death is like a dream to me. Mum I will always remember your concern and kindness towards me. We knew each other in 2019 at St. John Bosco Teacher Training College in Buea and our love for each other was like knowing each other for so many years.
   Mum Jera, I amired your trust and confidence in God as you will always say in the dialet " Queen, weather the devil likes it or not I must pass this CAPIEMP because I know the God that I serve."  With this words from mum gave me more reason to ask God  to bless her to have this CAPIEMP because of the trust and confidence that she has in Him. I said even if it means that I should fail for her to pass that would still be my joy because I wanted her to be happy.
  Mumy Jera, I will miss you but I know you have gained so much more seeing Jesus face to face. You were and still are an excellent mum to me. It is really unfortunate that I heard no last word from you. Adios Mum, may your soul rest in peace in God's bosom. We love you but God love you must.
Posted by Justine Achuonjei on March 11, 2021
Gera was a beautiful young lady with a very kind heart. She will greatly be missed. Travel well little sister. May your soul Rest In Peace with the Lord
Posted by Tabi Gladys on March 11, 2021

Dearest mummy I have been speechless since your departure even at this point I lack words to attribute because I still think it’s all a dream.
My blind batimus like how me and baby (Chelsea) call you,you will be forever missed .
You were so full of life ,most loving,caring,understanding and most of all always present to listen to my worries and complains.Always ready to prepare my bags before my travel.
“Gla I cook you wety? ,Gla I’m praying for you “
Well since the Lord has decided we cannot question his action . I know your in a better place keep resting till we meet to part no more.
You are missed
I love you my hype man
Posted by Nkwa Wally on March 11, 2021
Ma man, (as we always call each other), What happened you decided to live us so so soon without accomplishing all the dreams, promises that we made to each other and also to my brother and friend Yanko, not forgetting fun, jokes, quarrels that we had everyday. Who are you living your Obi, Baby and Mbongis too? Who will I quarrel and shout too and the next minute is laughter... You left us without even a word, and so many unanswered questions. You were not just a mother but the best friend I ever have,
a good adviser, counsellor, and my number 1 gossip partner. Nothing breaks our hearts more than having a world (or home) that no longer have you in it. You weren't one in a million but just you, and it was an honor to have shared this life with you. Rest in peace, Momy Gera, you will remain to be our dearest forever. Greet my brother for me.
Adieu Momy Gera
Posted by Castro Castro on March 11, 2021
Mum I really don’t know what to say and how to put my emotions in writing . I made a promise to my friend to try my best to make sure you are happy, you have been a mother and a friend to me you know everything about me and tell me what to do we play and laugh like sister and brother ,friends it’s really sad to know you are gone just few months after I left home . To the world you were one person, but to me you were more . You didn’t have much, but we always felt like we had everything. You didn’t leave millions in your bank account, but you left a legacy worth much more.You taught me love, patience and endurance. You taught me how to pray and led by example. You praised me whenever I did good and pointed out my mistakes with that gentle voice. You encouraged me to work hard . I still remember your voice as you call me “Swinedog”, “Ma Man” etc. I think about you every day and my only wish was to fullfill the promise I made to my beloved friend on his grave to always be there for you and make you smile .
I was devastated when you feel ill. In a matter of days, the smile on your face disappeared and was replaced by gloom. I remember I couldn’t stay 1week without seeing you and talking to you over the phone .
I will never forget that fateful day I took you to the beach and you say my Son if not of you Who will bring me here “this is Beautiful “ and 11 January 2021 when you send me a message on my birthday it was more than a gift with so much words to express your love . The cruel hand of death had snatched you away from us. We miss you every day. I thank God for you and cherish the memories we made. I love you.
  
Posted by chelsy baby on March 11, 2021
Mum it's been three days already but it already feels like three years without you. I miss your smile, laughter, shouting,our unending quarrels, I even miss you calling me baby. I remember one time I asked you when you'll stop calling me baby you said " ma pikin even if you marry born five pikin them ya I go still call u baby" LOL. You were a fun loving person, you kept everyone entertained, even my customers. You gave me my best memories but your now a memory. You were all I ever wished for,my role model, my perfect human. You have left me shattered but I know you're in a better place now. I'll not say goodbye now, just wish you farewell to the after life journey. Stay well my love till we meet again.
Posted by Changwe Kunda on March 11, 2021
I pray that Jehovah guide you through this trying time. Loosing a mother is an explainable have been there, I know how you feel. A mother is a lot of things lots in one, Chelsea take heart. Beautiful woman you are missed by your family, friends and a lot of people who new you.
Posted by Ngefor Edith on March 10, 2021
Spending the night in the hotel with her, night clubbing together and spending nice times together in down beach. We were together when her mum died in Limbe, when the Son died in Thailand, attended a funeral in Bokwi _ Buea. Geral was very instrumental when my father died in 2008, she was the only friend who attended my traditional wedding in Bamenda, attended my mothers in-laws funeral in Yaounde and Mbamokumbo_ Mbuoda, my Aunty's burial in Njong_ Santa mile 12 and my younger brothers traditional wedding in Buea and Court wedding in Douala in 2019
Posted by Ngefor Edith on March 10, 2021
Moving memories of ACHU GERALDINE EWO ( Alas Jay, sexy mummy, always happy and smiling lady).
My sister and friend Geraldine from a different mother. I knew Geral in Government High School Wum, when I was elected as the Cooperative Prefect in Upper Sixth Arts. During the organization of a Cooperative party for the school, I was to choose younger beautiful girls to cook and save in the party, that's how I met Geraldine, she was a very beautiful girl, smart, dynamic and sexy.
From then we became friends, from Wum _Court yard to Bamenda- Ndamukung and to Douala_ Bonnaberi quarter, we were always together. It was thanks to Geral that I knew Douala, when I was in the University of Yaounde I, I spent all my short breaks from the University with Geral, especially when she became pregnant while in Douala till she gave birth to Chelsea, I saw Geral went through all the stuff times in Douala.
When she moved to Limbe, I went to Limbe for the first time in life when she was dedicated into the Christian Women Fellowship movement of Limbe New Town congregation of the PCC in Cameroon. Henceforth Limbe became my second family home. We were always together in joyful and sad moments like spending my annual leave from work with her, coming for a working mission and
Posted by Ngefor Edith on March 10, 2021
Geral spent two months with me in Yaounde after the dead of her son, she is considered as a child of our family, my mother and elder sister went as far as saying that Geral will be the one to organize their funeral when they shall depart from this world, due to the manner in which she organized the cooking and feeding in my father's burial.
Geral participated financially and morally to any event in our family, just as any of us. She has bought dresses to at least all the females in our family.
Geral your going is so heart breaker, sad and socking to our entire family, especially to my mum, elder sister and Aunty Delphine.
Geral our last discussion a week ago was for you to travel to Bamenda for the burial of your younger brothers mother in-law and come back for us to plan on how to go bury my father's younger brother in Bamenda on the 13 of March 2021, you were to call be after the trip in Bamenda, Jay am still waiting for your call dear sister and friend. Please you have to make the call you promised me. Geral you have disappointed me, you are not faithful to me, you asked me not to do internal Deco of my house, that you were to decorate my entire house with blinds as your own contribution for the construction of the house. Jay am waiting for interior deco ooooo.
My heart bleeds in anger and pain, who will occupy the vacuum you have left. Geral my regards to your mum, brother John, Ikom Yannick, my father, Our friend Meh Moureen and a host of others who left ahead of you. For Chelsea, Obina and the others, rest assure they are our responsibility. Go you well and rest in the bosom of our God, dear sister and friend.
Adieu
Mrs. Kuete Edith Ngefor/DDTransport/ Donga_Mantung/ Nkambe
Posted by Odette Ntam on March 10, 2021
Auntie your beautiful soul has gone to rest. My eyes fill up with tears for the love of you and selfish reason of not being able to touch you once more. I can feel your love when we spoke, the joy in your voice made my day bright. When the time comes will meet again. Love you darling.
Posted by Chelsea Fusung on March 10, 2021
BY LEVIS
TRIBUTES
BIOGRAPHY
Achua Geraldine Ewo aka Mummy G as she was known by those close to her was born on the 20th of December 1972 in Wum, North West Region. Geraldine comes from a very good home filled with unity and love. She was of Mami Anna Ekie Mbong and Ebua Vincent Ayaba but was raised by her uncle Pa Achuo Daniel Dze all of blessed memory. Geraldine had siblings who loved her dearly, Ntam Emilia Nchuo, Ebua John (of blessed memory), Ikom Christopher, Rose Bih, Chi Oliver, Mercy Nsen (of blessed memory) and Ebua Denis.
Geraldine was blessed children whom she loved till her very last breath; Ikom Yannick (of blessed memory) koom Chelsy and Koom Edoren.
Mummy G as was known to many grew up in wum were she attended primary school. She will always assist her mother with her cola nut business and farm activities but she later left wum to Douala to stay with her aunty for time and from there she moved to limbe were she attended National Comprehensive Secondary school. While in Limbe, she learned hair dressing from her elder Sister and they became one of the very first modern saloons in the town of Limbe dealing with foreign products for hair. Geraldine aka mummy G ever since then has been in limbe till date.
In the line of academics, mummy Gera was so much into the challenge to get to the highest level despite her poor eyes site, she wrote the GCE O/L and passed with flying colors. As if that wasn’t enough, she challenged herself once again and graduated as a teacher but this academic was just the start as she had plans to continue but rather she left too early just when it was all getting started with her.
If hospitable was a person then mummy G definitely is that person, without any source of income she has brought up so many children,. Her house was open to ever one, from Walters, Levis, Emile, Nelson, Stacy, Ashly and even the youngest granddaughter whom she was fun of till her last breath Nafisa. It was hard to differentiate who was her child cause to her everyone was same. she wasn’t the only child nor the first in the family but she was more like the mother and the father as everyone will always come to him for whatever reason and she will assist without putting herself first. Geraldine as many already knew was diabetic and had high blood pressure but this has never kept her down, she will always fight her way out of this, she will always be strong for other. She was passionate when it comes to people; she was a great mother, wife, sister, aunty, grandmother and many more.
KUM RELINDIS MBI (NEICE)
My very own person, the one who will always give me directions and correct me in times of my worries. You’ve never seen me as your niece but rather treated me as a sister. You will always call me and we will discuss a little fun chats and it will end in friendly insults and laughter. Who will call me now and act exactly like you, who will call me just to query me for what I have no idea about just to make me laugh, who will I tell my problems to and expect genuine respond without any compromise. I told you everything cause to me you were my best friend. What happen to our last conversion? My very own elder sister, my mother, my father, I will miss you so much but know you will never leave my heart.


KUM ROSE (SISTER)
Geraldine, why have you left me in this state of confusion? You will always tell me ma man hurry up and get well so you can leave my house let me have cold head, you will always to the room and spend time with me and make laugh, you alone become my nurse and best friend, you alone made sure I had everything I needed and wanted without stress but now you’ve left me without saying a word. If I knew that day Thursday was the last I was going to see you and talk with then I won’t have let you step out of my side, I had known that was my last discussion with you that evening in the parlor I won’t have let you out of my side. You encouraged me more than anyone, you told me I was going to be well and we will go out,. Geraldine why, .

EBUA BORIS(NEPHEW)
To me were not an aunty but a mother to me and my siblings, you’ve never turn down my call anytime I cal. I can’t talk how much we have given the last you had. So many times I came to you completely empty and confuse but you will make me smile and laugh, you will always tell me ma man no worry I will do everything to get it done for you. Mummy, you left me too soon, who will I run to and talk with, who will call again to disturb and make me happy. Everything am doing is not just for my but for you too. Mummy I am missing you so much.

EBUA ISABELLA(NIECE)
Aunty, you took me like family and treated like your daughter, you gave my support countless times and even advise. You have never turned me down or deny me access to you. You took care of my mother and yet you left without me coming to show my appreciation, I told you will bring you anything you want from me no matter what, yet you decided to go without us going out as we had plan. Aunty GERA, to me you are a second mum; I told you things I didn’t tell even my own mother. Aunty, you have left me speechless. 

EBUA CHRISTOPHER (IN-LAW)
If I was told you will leave this early I won’t have accepted. You are the only one who truly understands me; you took care of wife without looking back. Gera, yes we will always have disagreements but nit for once was it for 24hours, you will always talk to me and I never ignored your words. Now that you are gone, who will I trust again to understand me this much, only you knew how to talk me out of anything that wasn’t right? Geraldine, seeing you lifeless was a big blow to heart, for the first time in my life I had a shock and I couldn’t speak, I couldn’t move my body, for the first time I felt the hand of sadness grip me so much I couldn’t breathe. Was our discussion going to be last, the Friday I called?


EBUA DENIS (BROTHER)
Geraldine, how can you keep do this to me, you left me without even letting me hear your voice. My mother my nurse as I fondly called you, what will I tell Precious happened to you as she is expecting a second birthday from you as you promised her when she finally walks well. Geraldine, I will always call you on my way to limbe and you will welcome like the mother you are, I will come to you with my problems and you will ask me not to worry and you will solve it without stress, my lion is gone, my strength is finish, who will I run to when I have issues so that I am confuse, who will I run to when I don’t know where to turn to, who will call and ask for solution since you chose to cheat me by leaving without a word. What happen to all the promises and plans, what happened to all the words you we will tell me DENIS I will eat your money cause am always helping you. You gave my daughter the best gift in the hospital till date she is talking about. You gave her first ever birthday in the hospital, you made sure she was comfortable in your house. You’ve never discriminated between my children. Geraldine its hard to say bye the way you left us, am missing you my mother.

KOOM OBIOMA (DAUGHTER)
Mummy why would you leave me so soon, who told me you were going to take me out on women’s day and gave me something nice, you made so many promises and yet you left me so soon. Mummy, who will I run back to school to, who will call m me my pikin love. There is never going to be any mother like you again in my life, you will give me the best there is, you will do all it took to make sure am doing fine. Who will discipline me like you again, who tell me am a big girl, mum you’ve broken my little heart. Even though you left without a word, I know you had me at heart, I promise to do all you asked me to and I shall make sure your name is never forgotten. I love you mum.
MUA JULIANNA
My dear beloved sister, I want to thank you for the short time you lived on earth. You w ere my mother, my sister, my adviser will always bring me to the right part. No one will ever do as you did. May your soul rest in perfect peace till we depart to part no more.




EZIGHA ESTHER (SISTER)
Geraldine you were my sister beloved sister. You were a sister I loved too much and you loved me as well. But God have you most. When the news of your death came to me I felt it was a dream up till this moment its still very hard for me to believe and accept that you are no more my lovely sister. May your soul rest in perfect peace till we meet again to part no more.



STACY(FAMILY FRIEND)
Mummy Gera, you were like a mother and an adviser, you always made sure I was comfortable around you. You were sociable and fun to be with, making people laugh as one of your hubbies. You thought me to forgive those who hurt me and forget it. You stood up for me when people were against me, that alone made me felt loved. You are kind, caring and understanding. words can’t express it all. My prayer for you is that you should sit at the right hand of God and may your humble soul continue to rest in peace.
Ecclesiastes 3: 1-2
To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under the heaven:
A time to be born, and a time to die, a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted.



NIFISA (GOD DAUFGHTER/GRANDDAUGHTER)
Grandma, how could you leave without evening thinking of how much I will miss you. On whose body will I have a comfortable sleep, on whose arms will i sleep with comfort being assured am safe and sound, to whom will I hurry to wake up in the morning to come meet in the parlor just to play on the body. Grandma, only you could comfort me whenever I cried, I will turn to no one for comfort cause I was confident in your comfort, you knew when I needed something. Even when you complained ofyour eyes you still fed me and I trusted you cause you made sure I was ok. Who will organized my next birthday, the one year on earth was marked with plenty preparation cause you were involved. You’ve always considered me as your granddaughter and to me I am family forever.
I love you grandma and will miss you.
I promise to be you as I grow and you will always be in my heart.
Love you.



NNAM LARISSA(NIECE)
Aunty Geos as I will always call you. Its still very hard for me to believe and accept that you’ve left me. You were not only a mother but a playmate an adviser, most especially a friend. Whenever I have to ask chelsy to do my hair, you try to always create fun by asking her if I have paid if not shouldn’t do my hair and we will laugh about it then you will ask chelsy to still my do my hair cause we are sisters. Mummy if I have to say how hurt I am I think a million years will be a enough. I know you are sleeping in the lord. Mum, Nnam, your love will miss you. Till we meet again to depart no more.
Philippians 1:21
For me to live is Christ and to die is gain.


DELPHINE EKIE (IN-LAW)
Mumy Gerldine, you were good to me and took care of me. You loved me unconditionally and accepted all my wrongs without shaming me. I am only your junior brothers wife but your treated me more like a sister. My family was completely yours without any discrimination. Countless times you will check on me and the children, you always receive me with a smile and willew` never allow me go back with a gift from. Who will call me again and correct me like you did, who will tell me the truth when I make an error or a wrong decision. God knows why He called you ahead of me, I will miss you.


MARIE- ANTOINETTE (SISTER)
MY sister, am shorts of words, I cant wrap my head around this, I need you back here with me. When mami died she handed me to you that you will take care of me now where have you gone to? Who are you handing me over to? Why did you decide to do this to me, chaii mamie, you don go leave me. Who will I bother? Who will I have my sister arguments with? Who will be the calm to my storm. I just have too many questions that answers. My dear sister, so Bamenda was the last place we were to meet. You’ve left me with a big hole in my heart, this vacuum will not be filled.
My dear sister, until we meet again to part no more, rest in peace.

AJI STELLA (NEICE)
Mum, not a day goes by without my asking God why. Yu wer such a bright light, you showed me nothing but a mothers unending love. I always I knew I got my cool mum to defend me. If only tears could bring you back, I will cry an ocean for you. Everything about you was special, from love, poise, your smile, your dance steps and even your food. I will miss you so much. Im so sorry you did not get to enjoy the fruits of your labour. It brings me a little joy that whenever we spoke I never forgot to tell you that “I love you” and it always reciprocated. I will hold on to the memories and cherish them forever. I love you, rest well my QUEEN. 
Posted by Mua Levis on March 10, 2021
Mummy to me was not just my aunty but my best friend and my mother. All throughout my life I've stayed with her. She will always tell me how much I clink to her back as a child with my finger in my mouth not wanting to go to anyone except her. She will always cover me and tell me when am wrong and correct me at all time times. Many times I've told her her things and she will smile and make fun of them and will always tell me we will get out of it and that's how we always survive it.
Mummy I love you till my last breath.
Son Pastor Levis
Posted by Chelsea Fusung on March 10, 2021
Moving memories of ACHU GERALDINE EWO ( Alas Jay, sexy mummy, always happy and smiling lady).
My sister and friend Geraldine from a different mother. I knew Geral in Government High School Wum, when I was elected as the Cooperative Prefect in Upper Sixth Arts. During the organization of a Cooperative party for the school, I was to choose younger beautiful girls to cook and save in the party, that's how I met Geraldine, she was a very beautiful girl, smart, dynamic and sexy.
From then we became friends, from Wum _Court yard to Bamenda- Ndamukung and to Douala_ Bonnaberi quarter, we were always together. It was thanks to Geral that I knew Douala, when I was in the University of Yaounde I, I spent all my short breaks from the University with Geral, especially when she became pregnant while in Douala till she gave birth to Chelsea, I saw Geral went through all the stuff times in Douala.
When she moved to Limbe, I went to Limbe for the first time in life when she was dedicated into the Christian Women Fellowship movement of Limbe New Town congregation of the PCC in Cameroon. Henceforth Limbe became my second family home. We were always together in joyful and sad moments like spending my annual leave from work with her, coming for a working mission and going to the night club.

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Posted by Julien Anji on March 26, 2021
Auntie geraldine I hope wherever you are now you're happy and you're in peace. You left us heartbroken, a broken heart that can never be fixed rest well auntie until we meet again
Posted by Castro Castro on March 25, 2021
It’s just so sad I have been speechless and don’t know which case to handle Mummy Rose Rest In Peace you tried you fought the battle I guest you and mum had your plan I don’t know who to question I love you all keep resting
Posted by Abosi Okorie Michael on March 23, 2021
Geraldine what happened nau? Why did you leave us too soon? You and Sister Rose. This is just too much to deal with. ...just like that?
The news of your sudden demise was brokered to me a few minutes ago by my Sis. It was devastating to hear. I could not hold back my tears. Right from the very first time we met back in 2001, you took me in like your like blood brother. Ever loving, Cheerful, kindhearted compassionate and always willing to go the extra mile to help. You will forever be in our hearts. May your souls rest in the bosom of the Lord. Safe Journey! 
Your Brother from Nigeria.
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BIOGRAPHY

Achua Geraldine Ewo aka Mummy G as she was known by those close to her was born on the 20th of December 1974 in Wum, North West Region. Geraldine comes from a very good home filled with unity and love. She was of Mami Anna Ekie Mbong and Ebua Vincent Ayaba but was raised by her uncle Pa Achuo Daniel Dze all of blessed memory. Geraldine had siblings who loved her dearly, Ntam Emilia Nchuo, Ebua John (of blessed memory), Ikom Christopher, Rose Bih, Chi Oliver, Mercy Nsen (of blessed memory) and Ebua Denis.

Geraldine was blessed with children whom she loved till her very last breath; Ikom Yannick (of blessed memory) koom Chelsy and Koom Edoren.

Mummy G as was known to many grew up in Wum were she attended primary school. She will always assist her mother with her cola nut business and farm activities but she later left Wum to Douala to stay with her aunty for time and from there she moved to Limbe were she attended National Comprehensive Secondary school. While in Limbe, she learned hair dressing from her elder Sister and they became one of the very first modern saloons in the town of Limbe dealing with foreign products for hair. Geraldine aka mummy G ever since then has been in Limbe till date.

In the line of academics, mummy Gera was so much into the challenge to get to the highest level despite her poor eyes site, she wrote the GCE O/L and passed with flying colors. As if that wasn’t enough, she challenged herself once again and graduated as a teacher but this academic was just the start as she had plans to continue but rather she left too early just when it was all getting started with her.

If hospitable was a person then mummy G definitely is that person, without any source of income she has brought up so many children. Her house was open to ever one, from Walters, Levis, Emile, Nelson, Stacy, Ashly and even the youngest granddaughter whom she was fun of till her last breath Nafisa. It was hard to differentiate who was her child cause to her everyone was same. she wasn’t the only child nor the first in the family but she was more like the mother and the father as everyone will always come to him for whatever reason and she will assist without putting herself first. Geraldine as many already knew was diabetic and had high blood pressure but this has never kept her down, she will always fight her way out of this, she will always be strong for other. She was passionate when it comes to people; she was a great mother, wife, sister, aunty, grandmother and many more.

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TO A FEARFULLY AND WONDERFULLY MADE DAUGHTER OF THE MOST HIGH

Shared by Ma Syh Masango on March 10, 2021
  1. GERAL YES YOU HAVE GONE TOO SOON MY SISTER.  WHO ARE WE TO QUESTION THE FATHER. YOU WERE A BEAUTIFUL SOUL INSIDE AND OUT. ADMIST ALL THE BROKENNESS YOU FACED HERE ON EARTH, THE LORD HAS FINALLY HEARD YOUR CRY AND HAS FINALLY CALLED YOU HOME. YOU ARE NOW SMILING BECAUSE YOU ARE NOW FREE FROM ALL PAINS AND ALL HEADACHES. YOU HAVE LEFT THOSE YOU LOVED AND CARED FOR. BUT ALL GLORY BE TO GOD WHO IS TAKING AND COMFORTING THEM.  IT SAD THAT YOU ARE GONE BUT JOYFUL THAT YOU ARE SITTING AT THE FEET OF THE SAVIOR. SLEEP WELL GERA AND JOURNEY WELL INTO ETERNITY UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN