Those who touch our lives .... stay in our hearts forever. You were special and forever will be missed.

May the memory of Joseph Atabong Jinya be with us forever
  • 59 years old
  • Born on April 1, 1957 in Lewoh, Lebialem Division, South West Region, Cameroon.
  • Passed away on June 25, 2016 in Buea, South West Region, Cameroon.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Joseph NkemJinya 59 years old , born on April 1, 1957 and passed away on June 25, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Posted by V~ Mgt. on 25th June 2018
HEROES DON'T DIE... It is been 2 years yet just like yesterday as the memories are still very fresh. Continue to rest in perfect peace and intercede for us. The more we miss you as the days go by, the more our hope and joy builds as we look forward to the resurrection morning when we shall meet to part no more. NkemJinya, Your legacy lives on!
Posted by Milton Forchap on 25th June 2018
On behave of the children of late Abongwi Forchap Ambrose, we want to say thank you for the love you showed us. it was and will always be a privilege for us to have had an uncle and daddy like you. We are proud of you and we promise to follow your footsteps. RIP YOU WERE SO FULL OF LIFE...........
Posted by Jinya Carlson on 25th June 2017
How time flies... already a year has gone by. I don’t know where to begin, each time i try to think, it brings tears to my eyes, you were my rock, you were everything to me, you did things for me, you did things for all of us. You left us so early. Nobody will fill up this space only God, daddy your death was a great shock to me, even till now I have not recovered. It was a great loss to us the entire family, but believes with God there is still hope for us. You are the best father and the greatest example. I love you daddy and I will see you again. May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.......
Posted by Linda Ayangafac on 25th June 2017
Daddy, it's been a year today that I can't even talk to you. It is really still fresh in my mind. I can't believe that I am even writing this. I can't believe that you never got the chance to come to our house. Daddy you did not even have a walk or drive with your son-in-law. Daddy I wanted you to come so we could go pick your grand children from school. Daddy, I remember when we had to name our second child and you told us to name her after your wife. Daddy you were so selfless. Daddy I'm still in pain but I try to think of the good memories and say thank God my dad was strong and able to provide for us. Daddy you are hero and you will forever be missed. I love you daddy.
Posted by Cynthia Jinya on 25th June 2017
Daddy, it's one year today since you left this world for the beautiful kingdom of God. What is heaven like? I take consolation in knowing that you are surrounded by a boundless sea of love and joy. Your grand baby is already a year now and counting. She is full of life and is always very busy around the house. Don't ask me what she is busy doing. I look forward to the day when we will tell Delyanne about her granddad, a very kind man with an extremely inspiring way of life. Someday, we shall meet again and shall reflect on June 25th 2016, a day that marked your triumphant transition to the Glorious kingdom of God. I will forever love and remember you.
Posted by V~ Mgt. on 25th June 2017
GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN. Ndi Nkem J.J.A, we are blessed and honored to be counted worthy to celebrate 1 year anniversary of your eternal journey. A year ago, we were in tears but we thank God that a year after we are celebrating in joy the love and the family spirit that you lived and taught us to adopt as a way of life. We give God the glory for the life we shared. We continue to depend on your intercession and we pray that the Almighty will grant you a peaceful rest until we meet again on that Resurrection Morning. Intercede for your loving wife for God to grant her the strength, consolation and the good health that she needs to carry on with the family. Daddy, we keep missing you every day. You remain fresh in our hearts. Rest in peace Daddy.
Posted by Yolanda Awung on 25th June 2017
Daddy, I can't believe it's been a year already since your transactionz to the next world. Seems like yesterday. Daddy, saying you are terribly missed is an understatement. You are everything one could ask of a father. Since your passing, I finally got to believe in the saying that good people don't live to be old. GOD alone knows why. Daddy, I hope your namesake, Atabong will get to understand when he gets of age. Daddy, thank you for being a great dad.
Posted by V~ Mgt. on 1st April 2017
Happy Birthday Daddy! We ought to have been celebrating your 60th anniversary today. I can imagine the joy and the lovable conversation that we would have had today... This makes me miss you more and more. I miss your wonderful smiles, jokes and love. Your grand daughter Princess Delyanne would have loved to squeeze your fingers, and jump up and down everywhere around you today. We thank God for the wonderful life you lived and the legacy you instilled and left with us. Continue your fatherly love from the Heavens above. Even though out of the physical sights, you remain very close to our hearts every second of the day. Continue to intercede for us, tell God to send the Holy Spirits and Angels to comfort your beloved wife and kids. Daddy, have a wonderful (first) birthday feast with the Heavenly Saints; where your parents and many others shall be sitting with you on the table. Until we meet again, Requiesce in pace! With great love, Colado Valentine A. NGUBEJOH Son in-law
Posted by Doris Teq on 14th July 2016
Dadi, I still cannot believe you are gone. You were such a caring and a good man, not only to your children but to everyone who came your way. God knows best why he chosed you. We would forever remember you. May your soul RIP.
Posted by Doris Anyingu on 13th July 2016
Daddy i didn't know you for quite a long time but for the short period i knew you, i notice you were a very loving,kind and sociable person. Your words were always encouraging and inspiring. We love you but God loves you most.You will forever remain in our hearts.RIP PA NKEM NJINYA.
Posted by Muluh Cyril on 13th July 2016
Only God alone knows why he had to take you away so soon dady. We will continue to see the fruits of your great life in the gentle loving and kind behaviors you impacted in not just your children, but everyone close to you. May your soul rest in peace
Posted by NGOLEFAC Nkafu on 13th July 2016
Your Jokes, and smile will be missed forever, Your leading role in family and community issues are still fresh in our minds and will never fade away. I vividly remember every New Year Day (Mbebafuo's Family End of year feast) we will joke about everything. Your sincerity and frankness were values you did not compromise. We learned a lot from your way of life. All we can do now is make you proud by following in your footsteps while you rest in the bosom of the Lord. farewell....Daddy Nkem Jinya
Posted by Colado V. Atabong Ngubej... on 12th July 2016
Daddy, It's been 17 days that the shocking waves of your eternal transition reached us. I keep pondering if this has been a dream... A humble man you were. A loyal husband and father you stood the test of time. A Christian family you built. A selfless servant you served the community and the nation of Cameroon. Throughout the struggle to regain your health, you remain faithful to Christ, believing in God who surpasses all creatures and power. You looked up to Jesus Forsaken on the cross with courage and hope until the very last minute. Thanks to your exceptional qualities of good parenting, you blessed me with the most beautiful, intelligent, humble, God fearing, understanding, loving and caring lady as a life partner. Your demise has generated a big space that nobody can fill. You left us so soon, but you left us with a legacy. My 10 years of closeness to you groomed me with those aspects of yours- a man of substance. Your little grand daughter, Princess Delyanne shall miss that wonderful grand dad. We pray God pardon any of your ills and grant you eternal peace until we meet again. You'll remain fresh in our memories-----Adieu Daddy Colado (Son-in-law)
Posted by Boris Awungnjia on 7th July 2016
Pa Nkem Njinya or Daddy as we normally referred to you. Its hard to believe especially as i did not have the chance to say good bye but I have to accept the fact that you are no more. You were indeed a Dad. You thought me love, happiness and most importantly the simplicity of life. As it goes, “What we have once enjoyed we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us.”. You will forever remain in our hearts. We will miss you.
Posted by V~ Mgt. on 5th July 2016
FUNERAL PROGRAM CAMEROON THURSDAY 21 July, 2016 10:00 Removal of corps from the Buea Mortuary 11:00 Judicial honour at the South West Court of Appeal Hall, Buea 12:00 Procession St. Charles Lwanga Parish Molyko, Buea 13:00 Requiem mass at St. Charles Parish Molyko, Buea 15:00 Laying of corps at the deceased's residence Molyko (Behind St. Claire Hotel) 20:00 Wake-Keep/Vigil 23:00 Departure to Lewoh, Alou Sub Division FRIDAY 22 July 2016 08:00 Arrival of corps at Lewoh-Fotabong 09:00 Breakfast (for overnight travelers, judicial core and other guests) 10:00 Requiem mass at St. John the Apostle Catholic Church Fotabong 12:00 Laying of corps at the deceased's residence Anya Lewoh - Viewing of corps, eulogies/tributes 14:00 Burial - Reception 16:00 Traditional rites 20:00 Mpeh (All night vigil) SATURDAY 23 July, 2016 11:00 Traditional dances 14:00 Reception SUNDAY 24 July, 2016 09:00 Thanksgiving mass at St. John the Apostle Catholic Church Fotabong 14:00 Family reunion and end.

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