ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Hostensia Monjoa Onana, 51 years old, born on October 13, 1969, and passed away on May 25, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Nicole Nyambi on June 14, 2021
Hos, how does one say goodbye to such a loving, charming, beautiful and amazing soul like yours. So full of life; you always brought light where there was darkness and the irony is no one can bring that same light in this current darkness you left us with.
My dear sis you will be greatly missed . Rest In Peace dear, rest well.
Posted by Mado Bans on June 8, 2021
Too many rhetorical questions I ask myself, wildest thoughts of you at the early hours of dawn is my new normal. I am short of words... Having shared some really joyous moments with you, in days that seem like the sun was just rising, only to have a turn of events and your sun set forever.
Just when the stage was prepared for you to start reaping the good fruits of thy labour, death shows up impromptu at this very trying times with so much going on around the world. 
Recurrent memories of the times we spent together, the jokes, the food, your elegant outfits, are the best memories of you that I have and that I hold dearly.
Insomnia imbibed in a layer of fright is recurrent in the darkest hours of night.
Your witty, selfless,hard working nature and passion for cooking and decor,are exemplary traits which most of us admired in you. You were a Jack of multiple trades and a master in all.You were a bulldozer.
It still feels like a dream that you are gone,but I am consoled knowing that you are in a better place, and resting in his bosom.
Rest well mummy and know that we are with Ndolo all the way.... Rest in power Mummy Hos!!!........ Mado B Fangda
Posted by Chelsea-Jersey Onana on June 7, 2021
When I first went to Cameroon in 2013 I was 6 years old. I remember aunty hostensia coming to our house full of energy and I was so scared of the jovial and positive vibes she was giving, I was scared to leave the house with her to go to her house while my siblings had. I was so scared I came to the conclusion that I didn't like my aunty. Afterwards when I went to her house I was still very scared but I reliased that she had this type of warmness that was drawing me in. She treated us with ice cream, cakes, everything you could imagine and I started to think that wow this my dad's sister is very fun, everything an aunty was supposed to be, however I was still scared. A bit later in the day me and aunty hostensia were resting and lying down on her outdoor swing, talking and getting to know each other, when she left me to get some more cakes but she returned to me screaming as I fell from the swing to the hard concrete ground. The love and tenderness she showed towards me were characteristics of aunty hostensia that I will never forget. In one day I went from being scared of my aunty to thinking I got landed with the best aunty and that is how our aunt and niece relationship grew bigger and more special.
When you left, it left me in pieces. I had never seen my dad or mom in such a distraught state. It felt like the whole world was upside down and like a huge part was missing. I wasn't able to focus for a few daysI love you mummy hos and you will always be in my heart
say hi to my grandpa aka pa onana
Posted by Obia Ranndy on June 7, 2021
I never got to meet you mummy, but I heard only nice things about you. Your departure has left my friend, sister and grinding partner heartbroken. We will stand with and by her. We will support her through this challenge. Rest well Mummy Hos. God had a better plan for you. A son You never met.
Posted by j luma on June 7, 2021
Thank you for giving us the gift of Ndolo. Thanks for being you and a ray of sunshine in everyone’s Life. Rest well in heaven. Bev Luma (Mims)
Posted by Verla Charlotte on June 7, 2021
Mummy Hos it still feels like a dream to me, I can't believe you are gone for good,I can't believe I won't get to see your charming smiles, who will teach me how to bake cakes and cupcakes,who will bake my graduation cake,who is going to give me the best dresses to make me shine among my peers? You didn't give me your last advise before living. I know you've become one of my angels. I am thankful to the heavens for giving me an opportunity to get to be and experience the love and care from an amazing person like you,Rest well mummy till we meet to part no more. My regards to grandpa
Posted by Junior Montana on June 5, 2021
Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in our heart. Miss Anty Hous
Posted by Tina Besong on June 3, 2021
Mummy hos!! Aunty hos....writing this and shaking !! I will try not to cry anymore and appreciate your time spent on earth !! Thank you for properly raising my big sister Ndolo and be rest assured she will never let you down !! The news of your demise still remains a shock to me but I am trying to console myself you are resting in peace.Your life on earth was shorter than expected but the ways of man aren’t that of God!! Farewell my aunty .I will miss your culinary skills most especially and your very jovial nature.I am glad to have spent a few precious moments with you on earth before you left .Sleep well mama until we meet again .I love you
Posted by Judwin Ndzo on June 3, 2021
Such a vibrant strong woman! Rest in peace. You shall be missed.
Posted by Yves Emendack on June 2, 2021
Watching you excel when you put your God given talents on display was just amazing. You brought smiles on the faces of your admirers and you never ceased to remain true to yourself. Now that you’ve found eternal peace, take your rest in HIS bosom. You will continue to live in the hearts of those who knew you and appreciate you for just being you. As they say: “Those we love don’t go away, they walk besides us everyday”. Keep taking those invisible steps beside Ndolo. Adieu...
Posted by Dorean Azaah on June 2, 2021
Chai Bushfaller where do I start? You lived life on your terms and died on your terms. Its a hard pill to swallow but who are we to question the will of God. I wonder if you see our parents there.. Will we meet to part no more Hors..un answerable questions linger thru my mind. We loved your cingt minute de follie like you always said.. Now I see clearly why you told me severally to allow you enjoy your life.. Ah!!! Hors as painful as it is. I Should think you are in a better place. Please Rest from all the toils of the Earth.
I wish you goodnite.
Goodnite HMO.
Posted by Eliane Mbonde on June 2, 2021
Mommy your legacy will forever live on. thank you for adopting all of us. It hurts that you left so soon but we trust you are resting in God's arm. Continue to be our guardian angel. love you always
Posted by Eric Mulango on June 2, 2021


She was a true star
A real celebrity way before television. I'm not even talking internet, I mean television.
Let me give you an example. There was a fire at government school down beach class seven ( second floor) and it was alleged and rumoured that Hors jumped from upstairs to downstairs unscathed.

This wasnt just a real testimony and appreciation of her talent as an athlete but an attribute reserved for stardom.

It would be 30 odd years later from church service that I cornered Hors and asked her to put this story to rest. Wasnt that my paparazzi or tabloid moment?
The question was straight forward
"Grand seour did you jump"? Her recollections of the events was swift.

And you can publish the fact, I got it from the horse's mouth, the first real star I knew, the first athlete to compete and represent us winning a silver medal at the national OSUCS games...And yes by this time it was on television. The only other news on TV was Roger Milla taking part at the world cup.

She did not jump.
Rest in power dear sister.
Posted by Herman Ayisi on June 2, 2021
You were a candle light In a hurricane,you always were the lighthouse, Hozy I will miss you but would you know me if you ever see me again? Ohhhhh I'm dreaming I know I will never see you again Hozy but you made my life worth living.
Love you sis

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Posted by Nicole Nyambi on June 14, 2021
Hos, how does one say goodbye to such a loving, charming, beautiful and amazing soul like yours. So full of life; you always brought light where there was darkness and the irony is no one can bring that same light in this current darkness you left us with.
My dear sis you will be greatly missed . Rest In Peace dear, rest well.
Posted by Mado Bans on June 8, 2021
Too many rhetorical questions I ask myself, wildest thoughts of you at the early hours of dawn is my new normal. I am short of words... Having shared some really joyous moments with you, in days that seem like the sun was just rising, only to have a turn of events and your sun set forever.
Just when the stage was prepared for you to start reaping the good fruits of thy labour, death shows up impromptu at this very trying times with so much going on around the world. 
Recurrent memories of the times we spent together, the jokes, the food, your elegant outfits, are the best memories of you that I have and that I hold dearly.
Insomnia imbibed in a layer of fright is recurrent in the darkest hours of night.
Your witty, selfless,hard working nature and passion for cooking and decor,are exemplary traits which most of us admired in you. You were a Jack of multiple trades and a master in all.You were a bulldozer.
It still feels like a dream that you are gone,but I am consoled knowing that you are in a better place, and resting in his bosom.
Rest well mummy and know that we are with Ndolo all the way.... Rest in power Mummy Hos!!!........ Mado B Fangda
Posted by Chelsea-Jersey Onana on June 7, 2021
When I first went to Cameroon in 2013 I was 6 years old. I remember aunty hostensia coming to our house full of energy and I was so scared of the jovial and positive vibes she was giving, I was scared to leave the house with her to go to her house while my siblings had. I was so scared I came to the conclusion that I didn't like my aunty. Afterwards when I went to her house I was still very scared but I reliased that she had this type of warmness that was drawing me in. She treated us with ice cream, cakes, everything you could imagine and I started to think that wow this my dad's sister is very fun, everything an aunty was supposed to be, however I was still scared. A bit later in the day me and aunty hostensia were resting and lying down on her outdoor swing, talking and getting to know each other, when she left me to get some more cakes but she returned to me screaming as I fell from the swing to the hard concrete ground. The love and tenderness she showed towards me were characteristics of aunty hostensia that I will never forget. In one day I went from being scared of my aunty to thinking I got landed with the best aunty and that is how our aunt and niece relationship grew bigger and more special.
When you left, it left me in pieces. I had never seen my dad or mom in such a distraught state. It felt like the whole world was upside down and like a huge part was missing. I wasn't able to focus for a few daysI love you mummy hos and you will always be in my heart
say hi to my grandpa aka pa onana
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Shared by Clarisse Mo-Ajok on June 5, 2021
Sister Hostensia, I came to know you at the age of 15 & I'm in my 40s now.
I do remember the first time you visited us at our residence at Animal Farms as my mom's friend  and junior sister, your visit was all about the preparation for my forthcoming 16th anniversary that year.
It took 3 days for you & my mom to organized it for me, it was successful thanks to you too. From then, I became your junior sister & friend, my relationship spreaded into your family and I was adopted.
With the passing of time, distance couldn't separate us but our communication were kept intact. 2 Years ago, I remember I needed you for assistance, and you said to me "ok Clar I want travel; when I came back, I  go call you" & you did.
Last year, I took a decision in my life, you texted me and warned me to make sure I don't changed my mine & you said "Clar stay focused I di wait good results I dey for your back". You actually stood by me especially during this Pandemic period, you could encouragement me whenever you find me online doing my things.
Finally, you've left me without me completing what I told I'm doing, who's now waiting for me in Limbe if I come home as we planned.
I'll miss you. May you GENTLE SOUL; ALWAYS FULL OF POSITIVITY REST IN PEACE
Shared by George Mfonfu on June 3, 2021
Hozy my dear grand soeur, it is still hard to believe you are gone. We love you but it seems God loves you more.  I remember how protective you were of me, alway ready to come to my defense when I got myself into trouble. You loved your family so much, now you have left a void in our hearts .We shall miss you but rest assured  you are resting in the bosom of the lord.