ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, John Mbaimoun Nji, 81 years old, born on January 22, 1940, and passed away on April 23, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Roland Wouapit Mbaimoun N... on June 11, 2021
God looked around his garden and found an empty space. Then he looked down upon this earth and saw your tired face. He then puts his arms around you and lifted you to rest. God's garden must be so beautiful, for he only takes the Best. Eternal Rest upon your soul my dear Father.Amen
Posted by Jeanne Nji on May 28, 2021
Papa still cannot believe you're no more. The compound is so quiet without you. Your 'papa ye woman' I will not hear you call me again... It's hard, but I know you're still here with us and I can hear your whispers. We'll remember you forever.

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Posted by Roland Wouapit Mbaimoun N... on June 11, 2021
God looked around his garden and found an empty space. Then he looked down upon this earth and saw your tired face. He then puts his arms around you and lifted you to rest. God's garden must be so beautiful, for he only takes the Best. Eternal Rest upon your soul my dear Father.Amen
Posted by Jeanne Nji on May 28, 2021
Papa still cannot believe you're no more. The compound is so quiet without you. Your 'papa ye woman' I will not hear you call me again... It's hard, but I know you're still here with us and I can hear your whispers. We'll remember you forever.
his Life

Biography of our beloved Father

Pa Mbaimoun Nji John was born on the 22nd of January 1940 as second child and first son of the union between his parents Nji Mbouombouo Seidou Nfortumngwa and MafoulieSarah.

He attended primary school and obtained the standard six certificate at the catholic primary school Balikumbat small market.

He later relocated to small Soppo Buea where he became a teacher and assistant Botanist for the British government, as they shuttled between mountains and Victoria in search of insects, reptiles and other wonders of our vegetations.

In 1961, he succeeded in the very first recruitment of the southern Cameroons frontier guard service, which later was renamed “Southern Cameroons Customs and excise service”.

His first mandate of duty took him to Wum, Bangourian, Esu and Santa, the then Northern Zones.

He got married on the 1st of December 1966 to his first wife, Mama Manjia Njoueretou Spouse Nji Mbaimoun.

He was then transferred to the Tiko warf as chief of Service. There he family increased with the birth of their first son Layou Mbaimoun Nji Charles (Of blessed Memory) who was born in 1967.

That same year, he was again transferred to Bekumu Ubenekang where he served as chief of post till 1973. There at Bekumu, he got married to the second wife, Chinedu Mina, of which their union gave birth to a son Ngavomoun Mbaimoun Nji Dominic.

Duty calls again by ending 1973, he was transferred to Kumba customs brigade where he served as chief of post.

In 1978, he was again transferred to Bafoussam as chief of post. He served there for 3 years and was again transferred to Douala in 1981 to the customs Headquarters. He headed the ports entry 1 till 1984, when he was again transferred to Bamenda as chief of customs mobile brigade till his retirement on the 30th of June 1994.

On the 18th of July 1991, he was honored and decorated by the president of the republic to the rank of “Chevalier of the Cameroon order of merit”.

He enjoyed his restful retirement taking care of his family and finally rested in the lord on the 23rd of April 2021.



He left behind his wife,8 kids, and 16 grandkids to keep his legacy moving.

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