Let the memory of Molua Fritz be with us forever
  • 43 years old
  • Born on June 6, 1968 in Bota, Limbe, Cameroon.
  • Passed away on October 20, 2011 in Hyattsville, Maryland, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Molua Fritz Mokoko 43 years old, born on June 6, 1968 and passed away on October 20, 2011. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Cecile Enie on 6th June 2012
Dear Bros, time seems to have passed by but yr memory remains, just yesterday i was looking at yr funeral photos. I wished you were here to celebrate yr BD. Howvever, we belief you are were there is no more pain or sorrow. You are forever missed.
Posted by Eno Makia on 3rd December 2011
We are all visiting on this side and GOD has assigned a number for each one of us when we have to come home.Massa your number came soon and now you are dwelling in HIS house forever.Please intercede on our behalf while you now see GOD face to face.Sleep well my brother and someday we will have a party again.
Posted by REXZE MBOUGE on 23rd November 2011
Molua Fritz Mokoko aka Perry Cool, i truly remember like it was yesterday playing soccer together with the Bota FC, tennis at Cite nanga SONARA, we played tennis together at Victoria club, Table tennis at Limbe river Club. I do still remember those days at Bota Camp one, Canteen under mango, SS club soccer field. Brother we really love but the man upstairs loves you more. REST IN PEACE.
Posted by Martin Adamu on 17th November 2011
You may have left us too soon but we will always remember the times we shared together. The times we played ball together. The times we communion together. All the the fun we had will forever remain in memory. It is mankind's plaque that we all will one day leave this world. Hope you find peace whereever you are. I still remain your friend.
Posted by Daniel Korondo Sr on 17th November 2011
Molas, life has a journey end after we live it. You lived yours and the Almighty said it was your time to come to the end of the journey. We will remember your days as a strong handball player in Comprehensive in Victoria. All those who knew you will forever remember you. Go make the way for those of us you have left behind untill we will meet to part no more. Rest in peace.
Posted by Rosemary Olive Mbone Enie on 13th November 2011
My dear brother, May your soul rest in peace. We all heard the news and felt really touch in our hearts. I remember the last time we talked on phone was when I was visiting Iya your baby sister in Antwerp. Belgium Summer 2009 and I had the chance to speak with you. Well hardly did I know those were the last words I shall have to share with. Only God knows why? RIP my dear!
Posted by Andrew Edimo on 12th November 2011
Death, Death, you this five lettered word, you come to us at will. You have snatched Mola Molua from us at blink. You have gone with him forever. We shall never see his gentleness, smile and radiating love for those around him. Death, Mr. Death, where will you spend eternity. Good bye Mola Molua as you rest in peace in the Lord.
Posted by Cecile Enie on 12th November 2011
Molua,we had been very close and even after u travelled to the US, we remained in touch. Coming to the US later, i knew we were going to be together, but that didn't happen.Then u suddenly showed up in my life and promised we shall talk everyday henceforth.Just after 4 days u slipped away for good when i started having the joy of us being together.I'm deeply hurt. May yr Soul rest in peace
Posted by Claire Anangfack on 12th November 2011
Brother we love you but God loves you best, may your soul rest in perfect peace until we meet again. Pain and suffering no more.
Posted by Emmanuel Tabi on 10th November 2011
For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things to come, Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus, our Lord. Molua aka bobolo you will forever be remembered stay bless my friend the angels are waiting for u. No more sorry no more pain, sleep well. Adios

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