ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ida Ebong, 31 years old, born on December 8, 1989, and passed away on February 20, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Njikang Tiffany on March 30, 2021
Mungs your dead has left my heart bleeding. You have gone so soon my dear friend. We had great plans for our children and our lifes, it's sad you couldn't live to see that happen. I will always get angry at you when you keep away for a while without communicating, that was cuz I loved you so much. Now you are gone forever and it's been really hard to accept. I miss our moments, I miss our quells, I miss our craziness above all I miss our singing today. I pray your soul finds rest Mungs, watch over us our guardian angel. You will be forever missed. I love you Mungs ( Tiffany)
Posted by nkwelle adrien ebong on March 26, 2021
To my lovely sister (Aja)
I stand motionless and speechless consumed by grief from every side. Sorrow has arrived as dead has made a mockery of me me and am now a laughing stock. My confidant, my gossip partner an epitome of beauty , my smile have been stolen away.
We gather here today to mourn and cry. Our questions pointing at the clear skies, where have you gone to? Aja why did you go? Why did you leave so soon? But all are rhetorical echoing back at me. Live without you is so hard to conceive.
Our hearts are damaged and scarred severely.
We shall miss you much more dearly.
For having you in our lives was a blessing, but now the time has arrived for you to take your rest in the side of your creator.
We promise to cherish all our memories with you and you shall live in our minds till we me meet to part no more.
A peace has fallen on you but to us a taste of sorrow we have been fed with. It's really like a hole has been dug in our lives.
But we have hope that those who sleep in the will all rise on the last day. I believe where you are there is no more pain, no suffering and no sickness.
Aja we love you but God loves you more so sleep on .for now the sky is night, but after night will come daybreak.
Therefore we will wait hoping to see you again .
We thank God for his word says in 1 Thessalonians 5:18 that in everything we should give thanks.
Adieu my dearest.( From Aja and dubby)
Posted by nkwelle adrien ebong on March 24, 2021
My sweet sister, you have left me speechless. Where do I start? You said you were waiting for baby J. He came and yet you're gone. It feels like years but it has only been a month and yet that is still too long not being at your side.
I still love you the same as if you were still here with me, laughing during the good times and crying during the bad ones.
I miss being able to call you any time and spend hours talking about everything under the sun.
As children we were practically joined at the hip. we grew up and grew stronger and supportive of one another, as most siblings do.
We had our own set of friends and our own set of goals for our lives, but that still didn't change the fact that we were one and loved each other. There was nothing that I wouldn't do for you and nothing that you wouldn't do for me. I remember how you took care of me when I was very sick in Yaounde and you followed up to see to it that I was given the best of treatment. Yet you didn't even give me the opportunity of being with you at your last hour . I always wish you were still here with me enjoying life,
But I can understand why God would want such a beautiful angel on his side from now until eternity.
Just know that I love and miss you and your ways and style are irreplaceable.
Your big brother Nkwelle
Posted by nkwelle adrien ebong on March 24, 2021

OKEM EFFIOM (YOUR SOULMATE)
You and I are separated what has life come to.My world has come to a stand still,I get no sleep I miss u. Your face doesn’t fade away from my vision even for a moment ur mum cries and calls ur name everyday. I can’t even say a word to u even if I wish to, like a whiff of fresh air you have lent fragrance to my breath ohh those were the days we were always together now there is much distance between us. With no priest nor congregation we made promises to each other I’ll keep those promises but u see (till death do us path) death can’t separate us coz I know u are watching over me. I refuse to say goodbye till we meet again.
Posted by Favormaru Esehngome on March 23, 2021
Even though you are gone away,
Your love will always be here to stay. You touched our hearts with so many things.God knew you were the one to save, He took you home to get some rest, Even though we loved you best.Our hearts are filled with so much pain, God loved you more, there was no shame. At this time we must let go.Your memories we will keep a flow.Rest our dear cousin with peace of mind, Your memories will live on through.


Posted by Florence Esehngome on March 23, 2021
My mother in-law princess of zion we didn’t know that morning God was going to call your name. In life we loved you dearly in death we do the same. It broke our hearts to lose you. You did not go alone for part of us went with you the day god called you home. You left us beautiful memories, your love is still our guide ,and though we cannot see you, you are always by our side. Our family is broken and nothing seems the same but as God calls us one by one the chain will link again.

Posted by Nfor Tessa on March 21, 2021
My dearest Titi as we normally called you from childhood, you were so nice, so kind and so frank. The aunty Penn in the making; you were. Hearing you shout sometimes over "nothing" will often make me smile. Thank God I had the opportunity to see you again in 2018 and Dec 2019. I Didn't get to spend so much time with you, but the memories I share of our childhood days and the times you will run away from school and come and stay in the house with us in Kumba will forever be cherished. Adieu my dear sister
Ahone Tessa ( Ahony as you always called me)
Posted by Eseh-Morara Constance on March 20, 2021
Writing a tribute for Munge sounds like writing one of those Fairytales I read in a fiction. I met Munge in 2001 in Douala, on visiting my friend,now my husband- Dr. Eseh Lawrence who is her uncle. Young Munge was bracing up for secondary school education, and her uncle insisted she went to Saker Baptist College. He charged me with the responsibility of ensuring she got admitted into Saker. All the efforts put in failed, making four round trips to Limbe, because we began the process late. However, she got admitted into Baptist High school, Buea. While in BHS, I paid her regularly visits especially since the Vice Principal at the time is a classmate and friend.On this particular ocassion that leaves a lasting memory in my mind was when I surprisingly brought her birthday goodies, cake in the vice principal 's office. When she was called, she thought she had done something wrong; only for her to see me with her birthday package. I cannot forget the sigh of relief she heaved, then a broad smile and embrace, as she said " Aunty Constance!!" Looking at me with so much expression of love and appreciation.
When she left BHS, I never interacted with her again. I heard about her achievements from a distance, just like I have heard about the devastating news of her death from a distance. Adieu ! our daughter, Munge, RIP.
Posted by nkwelle adrien ebong on March 20, 2021
My sweet loving daughter, how I wish i was dreaming and that someone will wake me up from this slumber. I miss you every minute of every day. I take comfort knowing that your life touched so many but I mourn the loss of time with you. It hurts me to know I will never see your beautiful face again, to talk and smile with you like we always do and to listen to your words of advice. I wonder what you would have looked like as a grown woman with your own family. I think these thoughts will always haunt me.
 I want to say thank you. Thank you for the 31 years of snuggles, smiles and coo’s. Thank you for fighting so that we could get to know your sweet and determined personality. Thank you for showing me how to be strong, so that I can make it through this life without you. Thank you for teaching us that though parenting isn’t always easy, it’s always worth it. You were always worth it. I would fight for you over and over again. I love you forever and always. Mommy
Posted by Rachel Yeye on March 20, 2021
Sister Munge, when I just heard the heart breaking news I couldn’t believe it. I searched for how it could have been fixed. My mind constantly thinking and dreaming of ways things should have gone to keep you alive. It got to the point where for the first week I prayed to God to perform the miracle Jesus did on the little girl in the Bible and I strongly believed you were gonna wake up. I lived in denial— I refused to think of you amongst the dead, refused to cry, I couldn’t bring myself to post a photo of you with the caption “RIP” cuz I knew you were going to come back. But when I saw Mami, the reality hit me in the face and all of those heart breaking emotions came flowing out.

Now I can say Rest In Peace sis, we will forever miss you. May God accept you to eternal life in His Heavenly Kingdom. AMEN 
Posted by Engr Cross on March 20, 2021

OKEM EFFIOM (YOUR SOULMATE)
You and I are separated what has life come to.My world has come to a stand still,I get no sleep I miss u. Your face doesn’t fade away from my vision even for a moment ur mum cries and calls ur name everyday. I can’t even say a word to u even if I wish to, like a whiff of fresh air you have lent fragrance to my breath ohh those were the days we were always together now there is much distance between us. With no priest nor congregation we made promises to each other I’ll keep those promises but u see (till death do us path) death can’t separate us coz I know u are watching over me. I refuse to say goodbye till we meet again.
Posted by Samuel Ngole on March 19, 2021
God our father, your power brings us to birth, your providence guides our lives, and by your command we return to dust I pray for Ida who have been dear to me find a place with you in heaven.
 Lord, those who die still live in your presence, their lives change but do not end. I pray for Ida in company with Christ who died and now lives, may they rejoice in your kingdom where all our tears are wiped away. Unite us together again as one family to sing your praise forever and ever amen .
    From the book of prayer Sammy ngole
   


Posted by Ndille Waltina on March 19, 2021
Titi mungs as we usually call you.I had an opportunity to spend few days with you when you were in saint Francis kumba and you will came visit us in kumbambeng you became our mother ,sister ,friend ohh titi am still in shock that you are no more but only God knows .Rest well sis in the bosome of your maker while we hold on to the memories that you have left us with.
Posted by Benny Ndutu on March 19, 2021
Titi Mungs as I called you, it's with a heavy heart I write this tribute. I wish it was a dream, but unfortunately it's not.
My sister,
My friend,
My Abombi,
My twinnie,
My confidant from childhood.
I remember all the sweet memories, your selfless nature and sacrifices will never be forgotten. I give God the glory we were able to spend some quality time in Dec 2019. We didn't want to separate from each other. Ohh Abombi! You've left a vacuum in my heart that only God understands. ADIEU my sweet sister. Mami Mungs.
Posted by Lovette Anne on March 16, 2021
Myyyy ....a sister , a mother and a friend that’s what you were ..we always cracked jokes together you led me to a right path and never did I imagine you will go now we were supposed to be sisters for life but your no longer here and am left only with memories which stand in your place .Even though u have walked through the heavens gate we are never far apart you will always be in my heart. Fare well sis rest in Gods heavenly bossom .
Posted by Pascaline Ngole on March 14, 2021
Corisco, I don’t even know how this name came about, my best friend, my gossip partner, we could stay up all night talking, the thought that you are no longer here causes me so much pain, if only tears could bring you back. The night before you passed we spoke and you promised that we were going to execute ‘that’ project together, we had so many plans my dear friend. I miss you so much, all am left with now are memories, my mind knows you are in a better place, farewell my sister and best friend
Posted by Fr. Basile Sede on March 14, 2021
Ebong Ida,
You went so soon! You will ever remain fresh in my mind. I remember vividly when I heard the name Ebong in St Francis college. In my normal light hearted style I asked; ‘Do you know a young man called Eseh Ebong who schooled in BIROCOL? ‘ You smiled and nodded your head in affirmation saying ‘he is my senior brother’.
Then I became reconnected to your wonderful family.
It was in fact a family journey with all of you in SAFRACOL. Though I was principal, we were like one big family. I enjoyed all the college adventures as they reminded me of my own college adventure days. It was discipline as it was fun as I often shouted your name among other names like Okem John, Epingo Solange, Epingi, Achiri Mathurein, Sone Ngole, Yeyeh Pascaline, Ndogmu, Dewah Mary Lucia Forbi etc.
We shall all miss your good smiles, your wonderful voice, music and you gently and comforting company.
RIP my dear daughter!!! May God grant you a place in eternity.
Posted by Sonita ashu Eta on March 13, 2021
WE MET BACK THEN IN SAINT FRANCIS, U WERE SO AMAZING, GREAT HEART N ADORABLE. SO MANY QUESTIONS TO ASK GOD BUT I KNOW HE HAS ALL E ANSWER TO THEM.IF TEARS COULD EVER BRING U BACK WE HAVE CRIED FOR EVER. SO SAD TO SAY GOODBYE BUT I KNOW U WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED. WE LOVE U BUT GOD LOVE U MORE. DEATH IS A THING THAT'S HAS REALLY KEPT US LONELY BECAUSE WE MISS OUR LOVE ONCES. GO WELL MY dr. OUR HEART IN TEARS
Posted by nkwelle adrien ebong on March 11, 2021
Dear IDA,
You never said I'm leaving,
You never said goodbye,
You were gone before we knew it,
and only God knew why

A million times we needed you,
A million times we cried.
If love alone could have save you,
You never would have died.
In life we loved you dearly,
In dead we love you still.
In our hearts you hold a place,
That no one could ever fill.
It broke our hearts to lose you IDA,
But you didn't go alone.
For part of us went with you,
The day God took you home.

Those special memories of you,
Will always make us smile.
If only we could have you back,
For just a little while.
Then we could sit and talk again,
Just like we used to do.
Your students don't find it easy to accept that you are gone forever.
The fact that you are no longer here,
Will always cause us pain, but you
Are always in our hearts forever

ACA DEPARTMENT.
GTHS NDOP.
Posted by nkwelle adrien ebong on March 11, 2021
Ida can't believe I am writing a tribute to you. You are worth celebrating, you are unique in the whole world. There is only one person with your talent experience and kind heart. No one can take your place.I thank God for your life and the impact you had on me during your brief stay on Earth.May God forgive any sin you committed on Earth and open the gates of heaven for you. Farewell my dear friend . Kiazeh Celine. Friend
Posted by Ayuk Bessem on March 10, 2021
Ohh Munge your death is still a shock to me ,am yet to still believe you no more You are truly a big sister to all, am just Mesang friend but I felt the love of a big sister from you ,You welcomed me with all your heart and loved me like I was your own blood ,You never failed to advise me .Am grateful for all the moments .I will forever miss you ,Go well till we meet again Big sis . Bessem
Posted by nkwelle adrien ebong on March 10, 2021
AUNTY!ANY TIME I SEE YOU,I GO ALWAYS CUT YOU CAFE.
CHEF !!!!!!!!! TAKE YOUR CAFE.IF YOU NO ANSWER ME,I NO GO BRING MY HAND DOWN.WOW OH DEATH IS THIS SWIFT AND SMART YOU ARE?

OH DEATH WHY DID YOU DRIBBLE US AND SNATCH LIFE FROM THIS MODEL. AN ICON,
A HERO, BRAVED, STRAIGHTFORWARDNESS IN ACTION, ADVISER, ENCOURAGER AND CARING IN SEARCH FOR THE BETTERMENT OF THE FAMILY AND EVERYONE AROUND HER.
MUNGS .YOU WILL ALWAYS REMAINED IN THE MINDS OF ALL THOSE YOU ARE LIVING BEHIND AND YOUR GOING AHEAD DOES NOT MEANS YOU'RE GONE FOREVER BUT ALWAYS ALIVE IN THE SPIRIT OF ALL FAMILY MEMBERS, FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES.GREET YOUR GRAND DAD AND ALL THE OTHER DEPARTED SOULS OF THIS FAMILY.REST IN THE BOSOM OF GOD YOUR FATHER.
ADIEU MUNGE. AUNTY DELPHINE
Posted by nkwelle adrien ebong on March 10, 2021
The body is but an outer covering of the soul. The reality is, the soul which never dies, but just changes form. So we know that in some way you I'll always be there around us. I Pray your soul finds peace in the bosom of the lord

Aunty Elizabeth
Posted by nkwelle adrien ebong on March 10, 2021
The news of your passing away was nothing less than a shock to me. I can't believe that you re gone and never to met anymore. Everyone has to go one day or another. But some departure are too much to bear. This world deserve young ones like you, but I guess heaven deserved you more. No matter what we say, we can never bring u back to life. Our prayer to God is that, he keeps you in the best place in heaven. Be an angel there and keep watching over us on earth. Good byes are not forever and not the end. It simply means I'll miss you until we meet again. Dearly loved, sadly missed. Aunty Emmerencia
Posted by nkwelle adrien ebong on March 9, 2021
My beloved big sister ,my look alike you called me to come but yet you didn't wait for me. If I could I would give anything to hear you say"pikin you over resemble me chyy”shout at me even once again and I promise won't get angry. Who will call to me and give a tight hug saying “twinny" or “my pikinn”.Singing isn't beautiful without your voice neither is dancing fun without ur special steps. My dearest twinny may your soul rest by the lord.You forever live in our hearts. I love you and will always miss you.
            Ebong Nkonge(your twinny)
Posted by nkwelle adrien ebong on March 9, 2021
Cherie Ida,your sudden death took me by surprised is hard to believe that you are gone for ever. You were like a special branch of a tree in the family, you produced juicy fruits in both dry seasons and rainy seasons, your ways were so unique I always puzzled at your ways of doing things
Your unique style of calling my name influenced other people to start calling me Nyambi yet they're unable to call it exactly like you.
You impacted so much in me that I will not forget a minute with you was always like a whole day because you always had something important to tell me
I knew you to be a very powerful and tough but death has proven me wrong, no one is above death
Since death is inevitable, one day I will also die and meet you people
When you get there greet my Mum,Dad, sister Eli, Papa Richard and others
I love you but God loves you more Adieu
Nyambi.
Posted by nkwelle adrien ebong on March 9, 2021
My bossom as i always called you i cant really believe you are gone , you were friend and sister to me ,we have shared our happy and sorrowful days together .Death just came and snatch you away from us .All i pray for you is eternal rest in the hands of the Lord .I will miss you . Adieu Ida your friend Eneke Pamela
Posted by nkwelle adrien ebong on March 9, 2021
Oh,What a world, That shock on the 20th of February will never wipe out of my mind. What do we have to say if God has decided? Now without seeing you I feel your presence be it in church or in the market missing how we always do things like mates in the house cracking jokes as I will always call you "the drama queen","My mother" and your reply will be drama mama or sweetest. My daughter farewell my queen mother you will forever live in our hearts.May perpetual light shine upon your soul.
Your sweetest mama Penny
Posted by nkwelle adrien ebong on March 9, 2021
There are so many things I wish I had said and done but sadly can no longer do now that you're gone but these few will say.
you were not just a friend but a sister, the kind I never and will never have.
You are Precious and priceless, never to be forgotten. you're irreplaceable.
life goes on yes but nothing is the same ,I am forced to hide my heartache when your name is being said and sad is my heart that longs for you. silent are the tears that fall cuz living without you is the hardest part of all.
There was nothing you could not do to see me happy and smiling for your heart was the kindest and true love reigns there in even in death.
If only I could have you back for just a little while then we could play, gist and still do the we used to do.
I still see you everywhere and your sweet smiles on your ever beautiful face.
Your sweet voice still echoes loud in my ears, your gentle touch I still feel cuz you're alive to me Mungis and will remain alive till we meet again.
Adieu ma copine cheri Mungis, adieu. 
from Eposi your sister from another mother
Posted by nkwelle adrien ebong on March 9, 2021
Sudden, unexpected, heartbreaking and above all frustrating Oh what a loss if the earth was to reject good people who died untimely we would have been celebrating now that it will definitely reject you. Our Faith will heal the misery and reveal the mystery. Pully life has played a bitter trick on us you were my sister, my friend, adviser, singing partner, and alot more. You came and bonded so much with my husband and kids for ur last 2months on earth and left us heartbroken. I have so many whys but only God will answer them. Can never forget the last night vigil we attended at chapel obili how u danced as though there was no tmrw weerh my pully you loved and trusted God with all your heart you were an epitome of strength u always tell me you have been through alot but God remains Faithful u can t complain blc you are alive strong and healthy. Thank you pully for standing by me through out the last quarter of my pregnancy, thnks for the love and undiluted care you rendered to my entire family we will cherish those moments forever Rest Easy Pully
Posted by Martha Eseh on March 7, 2021
My dear sister-in-law, your untimely passing has left a hole in our hearts but the memories you left behind will remain with us forever. You are out of sight but never out of our minds. Rest well!!!

Martha

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Posted by Njikang Tiffany on March 30, 2021
Mungs your dead has left my heart bleeding. You have gone so soon my dear friend. We had great plans for our children and our lifes, it's sad you couldn't live to see that happen. I will always get angry at you when you keep away for a while without communicating, that was cuz I loved you so much. Now you are gone forever and it's been really hard to accept. I miss our moments, I miss our quells, I miss our craziness above all I miss our singing today. I pray your soul finds rest Mungs, watch over us our guardian angel. You will be forever missed. I love you Mungs ( Tiffany)
Posted by nkwelle adrien ebong on March 26, 2021
To my lovely sister (Aja)
I stand motionless and speechless consumed by grief from every side. Sorrow has arrived as dead has made a mockery of me me and am now a laughing stock. My confidant, my gossip partner an epitome of beauty , my smile have been stolen away.
We gather here today to mourn and cry. Our questions pointing at the clear skies, where have you gone to? Aja why did you go? Why did you leave so soon? But all are rhetorical echoing back at me. Live without you is so hard to conceive.
Our hearts are damaged and scarred severely.
We shall miss you much more dearly.
For having you in our lives was a blessing, but now the time has arrived for you to take your rest in the side of your creator.
We promise to cherish all our memories with you and you shall live in our minds till we me meet to part no more.
A peace has fallen on you but to us a taste of sorrow we have been fed with. It's really like a hole has been dug in our lives.
But we have hope that those who sleep in the will all rise on the last day. I believe where you are there is no more pain, no suffering and no sickness.
Aja we love you but God loves you more so sleep on .for now the sky is night, but after night will come daybreak.
Therefore we will wait hoping to see you again .
We thank God for his word says in 1 Thessalonians 5:18 that in everything we should give thanks.
Adieu my dearest.( From Aja and dubby)
Posted by nkwelle adrien ebong on March 24, 2021
My sweet sister, you have left me speechless. Where do I start? You said you were waiting for baby J. He came and yet you're gone. It feels like years but it has only been a month and yet that is still too long not being at your side.
I still love you the same as if you were still here with me, laughing during the good times and crying during the bad ones.
I miss being able to call you any time and spend hours talking about everything under the sun.
As children we were practically joined at the hip. we grew up and grew stronger and supportive of one another, as most siblings do.
We had our own set of friends and our own set of goals for our lives, but that still didn't change the fact that we were one and loved each other. There was nothing that I wouldn't do for you and nothing that you wouldn't do for me. I remember how you took care of me when I was very sick in Yaounde and you followed up to see to it that I was given the best of treatment. Yet you didn't even give me the opportunity of being with you at your last hour . I always wish you were still here with me enjoying life,
But I can understand why God would want such a beautiful angel on his side from now until eternity.
Just know that I love and miss you and your ways and style are irreplaceable.
Your big brother Nkwelle
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On behalf of The Ebong's family, we will like to thank everyone who is here today and to those who have sent their condolences either through texts, multiple phone calls, nightly visits, meals, flowers, moral and or financial support. They have been both comforting during this difficult time and has been a reminder of the impact that Ida left on so many others. Please feel free to share your stories including pictures of Munge on this memorial site. 

Ida Munge Ebong was only 31years old when she exited this world with no prior notice. She was a middle child of a family of 5 siblings. Ida was born in Douala Cameroon where she completed her primary school education. She then attended St Francis Secondary and high school in Kumba where she obtained her Ordinary and Advanced Level Certificates. Ida moved on to The University of Yaounde 11 in SOA to study law. She was one of the fortunate ones to get an admission into the prestigious teachers training institute-Ecole Normale Superiere Bambili where she graduated with a teaching degree. Before her passing, Ida was a teacher posted to work in GTHS Ndop.

Ida had no children of her own but she found joy in the company of her little nieces, nephews and other family members. she will be greatly missed. She was a prayer warrior and up till her passing, she was calling on the mercy of the lord. 

Her sudden death has left behind bleeding hearts but the beautiful memories of her will continue to bring joy to the hearts of her loved ones. we continue to pray for the peaceful repose of her soul.
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My selfless Sister!

Shared by Benny Ndutu on March 21, 2021
Titi, I got up this morning thinking of you and the selfless person you were. I remember when we went to the market to buys things for my girls in Dec 2019. Before we left the house, I showed you the money I had on me. I paid our transport to the market normally. After we had finished shopping, I gave you money as transport fare but you refused saying "Mami mungs you know say you bi students noh, a bi suppose add money make you buy my bebe them things if no bi say a no deh fine now". The question I have been asking myself is who really does that? In this our 21st century where everyone is interested in what they benefit from you.

Abombi you for even wait make a finish this school so that you for chop the money too. You have been the one blessing me from childhood. I have the feeling I didn't refund enough. Anyway, that's life. I can't question God. ADIEU sweet sister. Mami Mungs. 

Julie Fomenky

Shared by Julie Fomenky on March 17, 2021
My precious Ida,(my bestos) your death has taught me so many lessons and as such ,am still in shock, who will i call to console me when am stress? who can i trust with all my secrets? You were a sister to me, even distance couldn’t stop us, as you always say to me”Ju baby, don’t let anything stress you, life is too short, don’t over think about it” Never did i know death was coming to snatch you away from me, those special memories of you will always make me smile,if only i could have you back, for just a while, then we could sit and talk again just as we use to do,you always meant so much to me and always will do too,the fact that you are not here will always cause me pain,but you are forever in my heart,until we meet again

Eposi Enjema

Shared by nkwelle adrien ebong on March 9, 2021
These heartfelt words are written to you Munge,every word is meant sincerely 
When they first told me that you were no more I took it for an expensive prank because you were still very full of life and dreams but when I saw the evidence then I knew it wasn't a joke that you Mungis are no more,this is the most shocking news I ever heard, this is hard for me to accept.
How am I supposed to carry on without you my Mungis, you always took care of everyone, you never withheld anything from me, I was always confident whenever I think that I have you on my side,no one can take your place, you're irreplaceable, you were not just a friend but a sister given to me by another mother .All the memories and moments we shared are what I'm now left with, I hide my pain when your name is being said cuz sad is my heart that longs for you and those silent tears that fall cuz your heart was the kindest and loving without any restrictions. No amount of tears will erase your beautiful face from my eyes for I still see you everywhere, your sweet smiles and your voice echoes very loud in my ears. 
I feel pains that today I'm talking about you in the past my darling,only God has answers to all those questions I ask each time I look at your photos, I ask you to forgive me for not being there for you when you were fighting for your life my dear. You might be dead but you're still alive to me for you live on in my heart and soul, we always connected from the soul,I now feel your absence weighing on me ,how do I go on without you, it's too hard Munge. 
At this point I'm forced to say adieu mama,farewell my golden friend, you will never be forgotten it's my promise to you, no one will ever take your place, you are priceless, I remain grateful to God for bringing you my way,go well Mungis, rest in peace my gisting partner, rest in the bosom of The Almighty Father, till we meet again stay safe in His Presence. 
from Eposi your sister from another mother.