This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Noah Binda, 83 years old, born  in 1938, and passed away on January 17, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Pam Tah on March 4, 2021
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Binda Kinyam Noah was born in Oshie in 1938 to late Pa Binda Okaichek Mbariku and late Susan Endah in a polygamous home but was the only child of his mother.

He attended primary school at Basel Mission school Bereje Oshie where he first learned vanicular in “Mungaka” (Bali language) He started class from infant I & II and proceeded to learned grammar from standard I and II in Oshie still. He went to Bali and continued in the Basel mission school Njenka in 1952 where they were disturbed in their studies by the Bali Wikikum tribal war. He then went to the Basel Mission school Ngwo in 1953 and attended standard III and IV, since the war in Bali had ended, he went back to Bali where he completed standard VI at the Roman Catholic school and obtained his First School Leaving Certificate in 1957. In 1958 he was employed as one of the registration clerks and also as a polling officer to register voters in the premier elections which was peacefully conducted in the Southern Cameroon territory, and which Foncha won Dr Endeley. The electoral area which he covered was in Njikwa subdivision. After that he left Oshie in 1958 to the coastal area of Southern Cameroon and worked for a short time with the timber company at Muyuka and in 1959, he went to CDC Tole Tea Estate and worked at the Tea Factory. In 1960 he left CDC at a time when C.D.C management wanted to uplift him from factory worker to the post of a clerk, a high position on a permanent base. He was then employed by the United Nations Peace-Keeping Force (Army) to work as sales clerk in their canteen in the camp at longstreet Small Soppo, Buea.

In 1961, he entered Government Service as a surveys field worker in the then Land and Survey Department. He travelled in this work to several places in the South West Region and was later sent to work in Surveys Office in Bamenda. While in Bamenda office, his ambition for future better position made him take a decision to improve his standard of education and he therefore enrolled to study by correspondence from the rapid results College London. He wrote and passed the London Cooperation of Secretaries Examination and the London G.C.

E “O Level” which enhanced his working career in the Government Service, his main station of work were in Buea, Bamenda, Nso twine and finally he ended up as a returned civil servant in Buea. To summarize it, he worked as field worker on daily paid condition in 1961 in Buea, as auxillary staff on a monthly salary by 1st September 1962 at Bamenda, as Clerical Assistant on 10th August, 1971 at Buea as Clerical officer (Adjoint d’Administration), on 22nd April, 1978 and as Chief of Bureau for General Affairs on 27th January, 1979 in Buea.

He was married to Endah Deborah and God blessed them with seven children; 4 boys and 3 girls. His wife left this Earth on the 6th of December 2013 when she had gone to Germany to visit her children and for health reasons. He leaves behind to mourn him; his friends, colleagues, family; children, grand children, sisters, brothers, Uncles, Aunts, his PCC congregration, OCA and the general population.

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Shared by Pam Tah on March 4, 2021
Pa Noah, a great Father, Uncle,  Writer and Intellectual. Keeper of the family, traditional, historical and cultural archives. He endured and came out triumphant, showing us what it means to endure with grace and faith.  He gave me the courage needed to withstand  raging storms. 
 God creates storms and gives the Noah. I only live to tell because of my personal and God given  Pa Noah. He literally  built the ark and put me in it. As the flood waters raged, I was safe in his counsel, I was safe in his words, I was safe in his prayers, I was revived by his Aura, I was comforted by his words and I will keep his memories. 
I wish for every girl an uncle like my Pa Noah was to me. 
Pa, I honor you - Pa, I Iove you -  Pa, you are a great man.  Take your well deserved rest.