Let the memory of Paul be with us forever.
  • 40 years old
  • Born on February 1, 1979 in Victoria, SW Province, Cameroon.
  • Passed away on July 26, 2019 in Augusta, Georgia, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Paul Nkwelle Metuge.  Nkwelle is a twin, born on February 1, 1979 and he passed away at the ripe age of 40 years on Friday, July 26, 2019. We will remember him forever! He will live in our hearts and minds forever.  We love you Nkwelle

Friday, September 6th, 2019
***VIEWING & SERVICE : 4PM to 7PM***
Southern Crematory & Funeral 
1861 Dallas Hwy, Marietta, GA  30064

***WAKE KEEPING:  9PM to Dawn***
Monte Carlo Ball Room
2077 Beaver Ruin Rd, Norcross, GA  30071

Saturday, September 7th, 2019
  ***VIEWING : 10AM to 11AM***
  ***MASS:  11AM to 12:15AM***
St. John Vianney Catholic Church
1920 Skyview Drive, Lithia Springs, GA 30122

***BURIAL - 1PM***
  Southern Crematory & Funeral 
1861 Dallas Hwy, Marietta, GA  30064

***REPAST - 3PM****
Nazareth Plaza/Suite #150
   585 Franklin Gateway SE
Marietta, GA  30067

Posted by Zouck Ewann on September 7, 2019
In times like this ,it makes some of us to question God. Looking at life personally, it has different stages which we have to go through. My Brother, fellow SOBAN, you have accomplished the mission that you came here on earth to do . I can only wish you my prayers, safe journey, and my condolence to your family.
Louis Nkumbe Mbong Ewane (1978) class
Posted by Gerald Beseka on September 6, 2019
Dear brother, its hard accepting the fact I'll not see you no more. There's so much memories I was hoping to share with you the day we meet but guess that's not going to happen here on this planet Earth. But will share one here with you, I remember one evening as I entered the house from playing in the woods, you and your brother Sone were singing and dancing with our mothers in our leaving room.
RIP brother till we meet to path no more.
Posted by Jane Metuge on September 6, 2019
Nkwelle, it is so difficult to believe that you are gone. This is like a nightmare I will eventually wake up from. I watched you and Sone grow up and you guys always laughed at me because I couldn't tell you guys apart and when I finally dld, both of you were so amused. Your Mum is an amazing woman and my heart goes out to her. You guys were her pride and joy. I pray God comforts your entire family and gives them the peace the world cannot give. Continue to rest in peace Baby Brother.
Posted by Linda Pyles on September 5, 2019
It sadden us to see you exit at this very young age. Your heavenly father needs you most. Your absence will be greatly miss. Rest in the lord.BRPT
Posted by Ngwa Ngengang on September 5, 2019
Nkwelle, years ago, you left Cameroon for the US alongside your Mom, brother and sister. I knew it was for a better and brighter future. Just one week to your death, I went past your house and it kept me thinking.......five days down the line, everything on planet earth stood still as news of your sudden demise hit the airwaves. You went too soon. But what lives on and can never die, are those precious moments shared with family and friends. The diversified ways in which you touched and affected each individual, will live on till we meet on that glorious morning. Sleep on peacefully dear younger brother. Your spirit lives on eternal. May God grant your family peace that the world cannot give.
Posted by Francis Ejikeme on September 5, 2019
Dear young Soban,

It saddened my family and myself that you exited this world so soon. The Lord knows better. We pray for the repose of your soul. We also pray that God should give your family the strength and courage to bear their loss. Rest in peace bro.
Posted by Esua Julius Fossung on September 5, 2019
Assets can be evaluated. Money can be counted. Loss can be estimated...
...but Life can neither be priced nor measured.
You led an invaluable life though you quitted too soon. If only you could come back, even for a moment to make us mortals understand.
All the same we are proud God preferred you.
Bro, Rest In Peace.
Posted by Fembe Nanje on September 3, 2019
Dear Nkwelle

It saddens me that you are gone. You have left a vacuum that can't be filled. May our heavenly father accepts you with open arms. Praying for strength and comfort for your entire family. Words can't express how saddened we are. Rest in peace little brother.
Posted by Bibi Kigham on September 3, 2019
My brother Nkwelle,

I am deeply sadden but gladden at the same time because I know, while we are mourning your loss here on earth, others especially your Dad, friends and family members gone ahead of you are rejoicing to meet you behind the veil in heaven.

Mbut man!!! as we fondly called each other while you were still here on this flaming earth.

You made me to understand that true friends are the ones who never leave your heart, even if they leave your life for a while. Even after years apart, they pick up with you right where they left off, and even if they die, they are never dead in your heart.

We did experience all the above as true friends while you were still here and even now that you are gone. Nkwelle you were a true friend and a brother!!! Rest well my friend and brother until we meet again on the other side.

Your friend,
Posted by Mamie Ngassa on September 3, 2019
Dear Nkwelle,
It saddens me to know that you're gone . Gone too soon. May the Lord receive you with open arms; May your soul find rest with the Lord. Praying for the Lord to comfort & strengthen your mom, brother, entire family & friends. It is well, it is well with our souls! BRPT
Posted by Neriah E on September 2, 2019
Brother Nkwelle,
Your sudden death has touched us all.. May your soul rest in perfect peace with the Lord. I pray that God relieve your family,especially your mom and brother of this unbearable pain. You will be greatly missed.
Posted by Ebot Nki on August 28, 2019
My dear Nkwelle, I’ve been hesitant to leave a tribute because I haven’t still come to terms with reality that you’ve left us so soon. I’m heart broken from your sudden departure from all your love ones but do know you’re in a much better place and pray you find peace and joy with the lord. Till we meet again brother
Posted by Sango Larry Ekaney, For T... on August 28, 2019
The Angels came for you, much sooner.

My dear Nkwelle,
It was a sad day on July 27th when news came of your exit from this world. It was as though the world stopped for a minute. No words written today will ever express the sadness and emptiness we feel.

Your aunty Adeline and I and the entire family are in shock. Since then we have always thought it was a bad dream and we will be told it was a joke. We don’t think that we are ready to let go at this time or will we ever be able to. It hurts so much to know that we will not be able to hear your gentle voice again.

We are left with memories of the past to live with. Your gentle smile like no one could, your captivating smile, nice guy demeanor, your signature coolness. We admired the way you carried yourself with respect and humility. Weh Nkwelle, why u do we so eh! Why did you have to leave us? Why was it not right for you to stay? We will never understand. But we have to accept as God’s will and he himself knows why.

We want you to know that we loved you. A million words won’t make you return neither will a pool of tears. We know because we’ve tried.
You have left a void in our lives and our hearts. We pray that the good lord will accept you in his house were you truly belong. We believe that you have gone ahead to prepare a place for us. We really don’t want to say goodbye because we know we’ll see you again someday.

Your brother, mom, uncles, aunties, and the rest of the family will miss you greatly. We’ll have solace knowing that you’re in a better place. So go and rest in peace with the Lord, Nkwelle, the Angels have come for you, till we meet again.

The Ekaney Family
Posted by Senge Balimba on August 27, 2019
Wow where can I begin?? I was hoping that if I didn’t come here for a while this online memorial will disappear. I have come back on here and it is still here. Nkwelle I just want you to know that you have left a void in a lot of peoples hearts. I know that you are in a better place. But still you will be missed. I still can’t believe what is going on. I guess when we come and bid you farewell then reality will kick in. My dear brother continue to rest in perfect peace until we meet again.
Posted by Jenkins Mukete on August 19, 2019
My Friend My Brother

I remember very well those days as a child playing around. May you forever find Joy. Go well my friend my brother until we meet again

RIP bro
Posted by Divine .N. Meande on August 19, 2019
Dear Family ,
Our deepest condolences to you all ,Meande ‘s family
Posted by Senge Ebung on August 14, 2019
My other twin, my brother, you chose to visit the world beyond same weekend we decided to party like no other. It only just started dawning on me that this could be true on Sunday the 11th. I refused talking to Sone, bc I believe my phone will ring, and you'll say "ESA forget these funny people."
I look back at my childhood, and this was never the plan. I still do not believe it, but I fear what not grieving properly can do.
I can never refer to you as "late" bc to me you are ever so alive. All the njakri, the laughs, the stories. Why couldn't Pierre and Nick chase you back with a cane! 1995 just got relived.
I refuse to say goodbye, I refuse to call this a closed chapter, I still haven't shed a tear bc I know it's a joke. My brother, call me!
Posted by C*JN FOMENKY*II on August 6, 2019
Rest well, may you rest in peace and I pray for the repose of your soul. In God we trust.
Posted by C*JN FOMENKY*II on August 6, 2019
My dear Nkwelle,

Where do I begin? Your death came as a shocker to me!  You were more than a friend in so many ways. You were the true definition of what a brother should be. I still can't believe we are working on your funeral arrangement? So is life I suppose? There are truly some things we can't comprehend and who am I to ask God why? Why you? Why now? In God we truly trust.

Hearing of the sad news and getting confirmation from your twin, our brother Sone was even more devasting. I hadn't cried for a while, but I burst into sobbing and lost it completely. Sone was strong and held up good. I am proud of him.  I started reminiscing all our childhood years. Jojo reminded me of the fights while I was attempting to protect my cousin Terence and all the "alaska trips" and "puff puff and beans" sessions as kids. I started thinking the bike era with Ateh, Arrey, Atabong visiting from Yaounde, Boyo from Limbe, and the soccer at Ateh's and my place...the trips to veterinary with the pets and so much more! I realized how blessed we were and how fortunate I am to have grown up with all of you.  Life! I am tearing up as I write this. Those were the moments! No jealousy, no gossips, kids living the life, freely and without fear! 

I recall when we were in elementary school (St. Anthony) class two, and I remember the day Mrs. Sophia or Lucy came in and said you all had to go to Class 3 because you came from PNEU and you were advanced for what we were then studying...I wasn't happy. I went home and told paps you all would no longer be in my class and we will only see during lunch break? Albeit the hike a class ahead to class 3, we still stayed friends and brothers.  We all planned to go to Sasse as we came near to exit from our gorgeous St. Anthony (our own PNEU of K-Town).  We will meet in Sasse and journey further and far to the U.S. to become men of class, honor, and dignity.  We kept close all the same.  I miss you so much. I don't even know how Sone will keep on, but I can promise you, we will do our best to fill in as surrogate brothers the best we can. You all were the closes and most identical twins I have seen yet.

I pray we will work together to always do well to remember you and keep you in our hearts and minds forever.  You were such a jovial and cool brother. I recall all our recent chats, I cherish all the support you provided to me during my run, I have all your positive energy and words vividly engraved in my memory for life.  Brothers like you don't come around too often. What more can I say or do? There is nothing neither I, Nkwelle, Senge, Nkie or any of your people or family could do to stop you from journeying to the greater beyond. It was God's call and his making.  Our catholic faith, doctrine, and catechism teach us to believe you have gone ahead to a better place, of no sickness, no death, no sorrow, no challenges, no malfeasances.  I hope your soul rejoices with the Lord. I hope you get to rejoice and sing to the Lord a new song with your Oldman, my Oldman, Pa Ebong, Pa Fonkeng, Pa Atabong, Pa Folemu, Pa Willy, Pa Njimilie, Pa Tongwa, Pa Tayou, Johnson Ayuk, Pa Bodylawson, Pa Takor, Pa Mesembe, Pa Awah, Pa Don Sheriff, Pa NzoupEpie, my mom, Mami Fusi, and all our parents and those who have gone before us.

Adieu my brother. Go well! Until we meet again.

Your friend,

Posted by C*JN FOMENKY*II on August 6, 2019
Wherever you are, wherever you may be, I hope you continue to smile and make your presence felt like you did on earth. Your death is a burden to bear. We miss you dearly! Fomenky street misses and mourns you, K-Town misses you, your Buea Road Pikin Them Famille misses you, Sobans, your friends, we miss you dearly.  Your departure is heartwrenching to us all. RIP my dear brother and friend. 

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