ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, MATILDA JIE WACHIA 54 years old , born on March 14, 1964 and passed away on January 3, 2019. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Kong Josephine on June 22, 2019
Mama Bambili. I can't still believe that you are no more. It's been very difficult for me to forget about you. Your memories are so fresh in my mind. Many at times I will pick up my phone to call you and tell you my prayer concerns, then it will come to my mind that you are not there. But that which keeps me moving on,is the fact that, you taught me how to depend and trust God. Mama we love you.
Posted by Ngong Justin Chee on March 14, 2019
I lay a flower not on your grave but on the worth of life you lived and the impact that life of yours has had on me. You turned 55 today and i am pleased the most High shall celebrate that with you.
Your life lives on in me.
Your Most Beloveth Son
Justin
Posted by Ngong Justin Chee on January 16, 2019
The Sting of Death is Cruel, harsh and merciless. It doesn't take into consideration the pain not on the dead but the living. Your death mom still brings me untold and unbearable pain that many at times i just accept to live. I have come to the conclusion that i would live and i would learn to live without you.
You shall forever remain a mother irreplaceable.
Posted by Ngong Justin Chee on January 16, 2019
We would forever miss you. Everyday i wake up waiting to get my phone ring with a call from you seeking to know how i slept.

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Posted by Kong Josephine on June 22, 2019
Mama Bambili. I can't still believe that you are no more. It's been very difficult for me to forget about you. Your memories are so fresh in my mind. Many at times I will pick up my phone to call you and tell you my prayer concerns, then it will come to my mind that you are not there. But that which keeps me moving on,is the fact that, you taught me how to depend and trust God. Mama we love you.
Posted by Ngong Justin Chee on March 14, 2019
I lay a flower not on your grave but on the worth of life you lived and the impact that life of yours has had on me. You turned 55 today and i am pleased the most High shall celebrate that with you.
Your life lives on in me.
Your Most Beloveth Son
Justin
Posted by Ngong Justin Chee on January 16, 2019
The Sting of Death is Cruel, harsh and merciless. It doesn't take into consideration the pain not on the dead but the living. Your death mom still brings me untold and unbearable pain that many at times i just accept to live. I have come to the conclusion that i would live and i would learn to live without you.
You shall forever remain a mother irreplaceable.
her Life

Her Life and Career Journey

Name: Wachia Matilda Jie

Place of Birth: Fonfuka-Bum

Father: Wachia Longboy Njitata         Mother: Tubuah Martha Nange

1979: FSLC (GS Fonfuka)

1984: GCE Ordinary Level (GSS Fundong)

1987: GCE Advanced Level (GHS Mbengwi)

1992: BA History (University of Yaounde)

1999: Higher Teachers Training College - Yaounde

Place of work: CCAST Bambili (2000 - 2019) as History Teacher

Her virtues: Assiduous, punctual, committed and sincere

Addendum roles: HOD for History (CCAST Bambili) and GCE O/L Examiner

Christian Life

She was a Christian devout, with deep commitment to God and church fellowship. She was Baptized in CBC Bethlehem Baptist Church Fonfuka in 1979. Since 2000, she has been a member of CBC Bambili Baptist Church. She also served as church secretary, prayer band coordinator, deaconess and performed other key roles in the house of God. She was passionate in prayers and witnessing.

Her death is a great loss to a wider family


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Ma Wachia

Shared by Gilbert Ngwaneh Miki on January 15, 2019

Dear auntie,

Do you really know that I don't still believe that you have gone home? Do you know that I still feel like I am going to come around and meet you in Bamenda? If I was a poet, I would have simply styled one and lobbied for the schools to use as part of their study program, because you were indeed a great woman. If I was an architect, I would have designed your effigy and positioned at a very conspicuous point in the cities because you were a figure. If I was a manufacturer, I would have branded one of my company products as "Ma Wachia". I can continue and continue but one thing remains: that as a development practitioner, I will forever say how you contributed to the socio-economic and cultural development of people, communities and the society at large. 

To us the family that you have left behind, we are thankful to God for your life. You died an important person because the time and date of death coincides with significant biblical record: First, you died at 12 noon: The number 12 is a symbol of faith, the church and divine rule. The number 12 features prominently in the Bible. The Old Testament Book of Genesis states there were 12 sons of Jacob and those 12 sons formed the 12 tribes of Israel. The New Testament tells us that Jesus had 12 apostles. The number 12 also represents the presence of Angels around you. ... Number 12 is said to mean positivity, faithfulness, optimism, and growth.

Secondly, you died on the 3rd Day of the first month of the year: the number 3 biblically represents divine wholeness, completeness and perfection. If there ever was a desire to highlight an idea, thought, event or noteworthy figure in the Bible for their prominence, the number 3 was used to put a divine stamp of completion or fulfillment on the subject. The power of three is universal and is the tripartite nature of the world as heaven, earth, and waters. It is human as body, soul and spirit.

You are indeed my hero

Now think of this as you are resting besides your father, our father King Jesus: that we are missing you NOT as unbelievers but as those who know that one day, we will meet again. As you rest in quietness, hear what your sisters and brothers, sons and daughters, nieces, nephews and cousins are saying about you:

From your son: Kwe Henry Bai-wung

Dear Mama, I am the most honored person on earth to have had the privilege of being your son. You were my mother, my father ... my sister, my playmate, my friend and my destiny helper. You were my motivation for survival even through my health crisis. You always felt my pain before I did. You would always fast to God and retreat for me to survive. You thought me the deep secrets of life and showed me the love of Jesus Christ... So painful that you left just when I am coming back to put a smile on your face...I have clearly seen your purpose on earth and I am thankful to God to have sent me an angel to guide me through the dark side of life and to expose my to light. I promise you that I would do my part and would forever make you proud in all my endeavors and be the dream son you always wanted to have...Now you enjoy immortality and glory which this world can never offer and I am so happy for you mom. I really would miss you for the rest of my life on earth and I definitely would see you again someday. Rest with the Lord Mom

It's me Wacha Laura, your sister

Neh Bai, It is difficult to accept that you are no more though you gave up your last breath at my watchful eyes. God will help me to bear this sharp pain. I thought we would bury our mum, but God had a better plan for you. However, I am happy because you have built me up. I am trying to picture how this family will be after you. Ecclesiastes 3:2a says "there is time to be born and a time to die." Farewell

This is Lambert

Mama, you thought me the fear of God, discipline and boundless love. You sacrificed all pleasures just to ensure that we acquire decent education and upbringing. You spared no effort to flush out indecent attitudes and behaviors in us. Though it was disheartening for me and my grandmother to watch you leave this world at 12 noon on 3rd January 2019, one thing is sure: the values you imparted in us and all those you influenced, are already impacting the society immeasurably. You have left a lasting Legacy.

It's me Dr. Jacky

I am one out of the few children in the world who grew up receiving outstanding and identical motherly care and affection from two mothers. When were about to begin school, Justine and I, our first uniforms were sewn personally by you, giving us the opportunity to have the best appearance in class ...As a result of the kind of home you created for me and my very good friends, my best academic performance in life so far was when I lived and studied with you...You succeeded to instill in me tangible christian values and culture which are all the bedrock of my life today...You were the most beautiful...You voluntarily laid down your life sacrificially to see everyone of us to rise above what you had attained. Your life can be summarized in the words: LOVING, SACRIFICIAL, PIOUS AND GENEROUS. I am glad that you gave me the opportunity to cater for you and to contribute to the management of your ailment not only as your daughter but as a medical doctor you raised...Mama thank you for laying down your life to raise us up, thank you for letting us know what motherly love is, thank you for showing us the way of life. A great deal of your strengths and values are in me and I promise you that I will never forsake these. See you in the second appearing of our Savior, Jesus Christ

If you can hear Jacky, then you can hear me. It's Justine

Mama Bambili, I celebrate you for achieving thus far. I am because you were who you were. Your Mothership, mentorship and tutorship have brought me thus far...As a mother, you have raised me...and all your lessons are still fresh in my mind. You introduced me to the person of Christ and made me to know Christ as the Epicenter of my life and for this reason, my destiny is secured in him...Your passion for academic growth inspires me to hold strong even when the tides get rough. "Tripple H" as we referred to you in CCAST Bambili, I will never get out of our system and thus can proudly say, you live on in me...Adieu mama

I am not speaking for myself only BUT together with the ones you cherished to see even on your dying bed. It is your son Miki along with Miki Delight-Praise (your grand daughter) and Runder Bongfen (Your daughter-in-law)

Dear mum, you were awesome even at the last day we visited you in the hospital. I also recall the overflow of joy in you when you saw Delight-Praise, Your granddaughter. You could sing from within your heart, thanking God for permitting you see your granddaughter. You have lived an impact-driven life as we (all who have passed through you) are a visible testimony. Your dusty body will not be seen anymore but memories of you will be sustained. Your walk with Christ was clear and as you followed Christ, so to we are and will be His followers till we meet at the glorious gates of heaven where there will be unending joy. You have finished well and you have won the belt of eternal life as a “Tipple H” for Jesus.

Adieu Mama

Mama, here is Rooservelt Wacha Wacha

I still cannot believe that you have left us this soon. Mama you have left a legacy for my to follow. You have shown a lot of bravery and commitment in raising us up. It is rather painful and disheartening that you will not reap the fruits of your labor. All I have to say is thank you for a job well done. I shall uphold the moral principles and values you transferred to me. Adieu Mama.

It's Shallot Munang, your daughter-in-law

I still can't believe that you're no more. The news of your death was really and still a shock to me up till this moment. I was deceived with the brightness on your face the last time I saw you. You left at a time when I was getting to enjoy you more than I have ever done but one thing I have learned from you is your commitment to God and your braveness. Mama, I will really miss you but I know you are in a better place. Rest in the Lord mama