Here is the patience of the saints: here are they that keep the commandments of God, and the faith of Jesus. Revelation 14:12
  • 60 years old
  • Born on August 12, 1958 in Limbe, South West, Cameroon.
  • Passed away on January 2, 2019 in Yaounde, Centre, Cameroon.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Prof. Dr. NANA PHILIP NJOTANG 60 years old , born on August 12, 1958 and passed away on January 2, 2019. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Badjio Marie on 22nd January 2019
Oh Docteur, comme nous t'appelions, tu nous laisse dans une triste profonde.Lucas te dis que jusqu'à ce qu'il te suive, il te reste reconnaissant pour votre séjour a Lomie, Sud-est du Cameroun ou vous avez été affectés toi,comme Médecin Généraliste à l'hôpital de Lomie et lui comme Surveillant Général au CES. Surtout cette intervention chirurgicale qu'il avait reçu de toi. Ou il s'en était sorti le même jour et qui avait surpris tout le monde dans ce coin aussi reculé du pays. Mon frère, je ne t'oublierai jamais, vas et repose en Paix !
Posted by Ojong Samuel on 21st January 2019
Pa, I am orphaned... Pa, it is abnormal! Pa, I am lost for words... Thrice I have made it to your street and I cannot muster the courage to walk through your gate again. We began my thesis research together, what do I do now? Until we meet again, in a better place, I will uphold the values of honesty and diligence you taught me. Requiescamus in pace mi padre!!!
Posted by Ronald Nana on 20th January 2019
Daddy as i used to call you, i am short of words today cause you left me so early. You were just 60 and so many plans especially for your clinic where you berely worked a year. It is so sad and sorrowful cause no one can replace ur absence in our lifes today, your patients are crying for u were such a doctor n weren't after money. All y ou wanted was thier satisfaction through thier healing, which made you happy. You were so open n exposed ur problem to everyone cause u had a pure heart n took everyone as ur friend regardless of thier social class, such a kind hearted person, ur absence is not only to me n mum for everyone u new. I promise to continue ur good deeds hère especially ur clinic which we had so manu dreams together grow up our little family u left behind. I shall b dat father u wanted me to be n unite thé whole family as one. I know you are happy were u r are n you shall jeep guiding n protecting us against All oppressors, i love n will always love you rest in perfect Peace ur son Ronald nana
Posted by Dingom Madye Ange on 19th January 2019
Prof comme on vous appelait affectueusement, vous nous laissez sans voix et sans repères dans ce grand village qu'est la maternité principale. Nous avons refusé cette hypothèse lors de votre séjour à l'hôpital, mais le Sgr en a décidé autrement... nous lui rendons grâce. La seule consolation que nous avons est que vous êtes parti vous reposer. Que la lumière sans fin brille sur vous Prof. Reposez en paix!!!
Posted by Filbert Eko on 19th January 2019
Chaï prof, you've left me in complete darkness. How will l manage all the projects we had planned? How will I be facing our daddy, Pr Leke in your absence? I really don't know how to support this absence. Let our Lord receive you for he loves you more than we do and give me strength to support the gap you've left. RIP
Posted by Mesack TCHANA on 19th January 2019
Je suis le Dr Tchana, gynécologue à laquintinie depuis 2008. Je suis un pur produit du Prof Nana qui a d'ailleurs dirigé mes sujets de recherche du "book". On a depuis lors gardé des contacts très étroits jusque dans les milieux socio-culturels et je pouvais l'appeler à tout moment quand je faisais face à des difficultés dans ma pratique quotidienne. Je garde de lui l'image d'un clinicien-pedagogue hors pair et très simple, proche des apprenants. C'était un homme omniprésent et omnipotent plein d'énergie qui ne delessait aucun pan de ses tâches que nous autres on lui demandaient comment il s'y prenait pour honorer très bien à tous ses engagements multiformes. Grand Prof je suis sûr qu'en dehors de moi tu as façonné des générations des médecins que tu continueras d'inspirer là haut auprès de Dieu le père. RIP
Posted by MBU ENOW Robinson on 19th January 2019
Philip we shared commonalities, born in Victoria, SW Region, my region of origin. Educated at GHS Mamfe, Manyu division where I come from. Attended CCAS Kumba, a town where I grew up. You replaced me at the Bamenda Provincial hospital when I moved to Fundong. I encouraged you to sit for the SP exams when I was in the 3rd year. I was the minutes secretary during your recruitment interview into the FMSB. Through GOD'S providebce you joined me at the Yaounde Central Maternity in 1998. You developed a sincere liking for me, my bedside teaching prowess, my surgery and my way of doing things. So we grew up embeded in each other under the watchful eyes of our master, Prof Robert LEKE. I moved to the central administration and shifted all what I was doing at the maternity to you, because I trusted you, because I knew your value, because I knew the substance you were made of. Today the vacuum is created, today I have to fall back as a buttress to the maternity. You have left the service hollow, you have pulled me again to the start line. Phi, the maternity wants you, the staff you have left behind need you. ADIEU Phi, Adieu. Your friend and colleague, Professor Robinson E. MBU
Posted by Francis KENGNE on 5th January 2019
I wish, I could tell you I'm not ready to let you go. But you've already departed, And my heart is feeling so sad.

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