Let the memory of PROFESSOR WALINJOM be with us forever.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, PROFESSOR WALINJOM MUNA . We will remember him forever.
Posted by Madeleine Ngandeu on March 26, 2019
Hommage de la Société Camerounaise de Médecine Interne (SOCAMI) au Professeur MUNA, interniste et cardiologue chevronné
Une fois de plus, la grande faucheuse a frappé : après les enfants hier, c’est notre parent aujourd’hui, notre Maître, un Maître exceptionnel ! Ah, quelle injustice sommes-nous tentés de dire… mais qui sommes-nous pour oser juger la vie ?
La Société Camerounaise de Médecine interne est triste, abattue ! Le Maître, notre Mentor, le baobab de la science s’en est allé, sur la pointe des pieds.
Le Professeur Wally, le Professeur MUNA comme nous l’appelions, a formé plusieurs générations d’internistes et même d’autres spécialistes à la Faculté de Médecine et des Sciences Biomédicales de l’Université de Yaoundé I, contribuant ainsi à l’essor de cette spécialité dans notre pays.
Professeur MUNA, Cher Maître, vous avez été un Chef de Département de Médecine Interne et Spécialités à la hauteur de la tâche, rigoureux, honnête, loin des intrigues, un Grand et Vrai Maître ! Vos enseignements de la médecine résonnent encore comme un écho en nous. Maître exceptionnel, vous avez laissé votre empreinte en chacun de nous et nous avons retenu la leçon de ne jamais céder au découragement.
Oui, vos élèves, vos enfants vous pleurent à raison ! Nous pleurons notre Icone, notre Bibliothèque. Vous nous avez fait rêver, vous nous avez servi de modèle ! Qui de nous n’a pas voulu vous ressembler dans le domaine médical ? Nous vous promettons cher Maître, que la relève continuera le chemin jusqu’au bout pour que la médecine interne que vous avez tant enseignée, rayonne toujours dans notre pays.
Dear Sir, “you were good for us! You were the generation of good men, and, create leaders of our formative years”! You left a good legacy. May your Soul rest in perfect peace!
A maman Thérèse, votre épouse, qui a toujours eu pour nous, un accueil très maternel, nous témoignons notre compassion, de même pour votre fille, vos frères et sœur.
Professeur Madeleine NGANDEU pour la SOCAMI
Posted by Joshua Walinjom on March 8, 2019

Mrs. Therese Muna, Vanessa Muna, members of the Muna family, distinguished guests, what we once enjoyed and deeply loved we can never lose, for all that we love deeply becomes part of us.
Professor Muna, you are and shall forever be part of the NCDH.

When words are most empty, tears are most apt, for the NCDH has loosed its illustrious coordinator; a great master, a mighty physician and an incomparable teacher, a man after God's own heart, a great hero and an epitome of excellence.

Thousands of words have been written and spoken to describe this quintessence of astuteness and pinnacle of wisdom, but I must admit none of them is adequate enough to describe the embodiment of this mighty man of valor. 

You left us to join our brother Dr Alain Kamga. Great is our distress for grief is the Price of Love. It is so painful because the song is ended though the melody lingers on….
The NCDH mourns its emblematic founder, for the great Baobab has fallen.

Born of Elizabeth Muna and Honorable S.T. Muna, the former Vice President of Cameroon, trained at Washington State University and at the Osler Service at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore - USA, imagine the great privilege God gave us to learn and work at the NCDH with Pr Wali an extraordinary trailblazer. 

The unconditional love you had for your people and your burning desire to make the care for hypertensive and diabetic patients affordable, led to your creation of the NCDH.

You wanted the treatment of diabetes and hypertension to be at the reach of all, no matter their socio-economic class. 
As you always said; none should be left untreated because he lacks money.

You knew how to select the best healthcare professionals and bring out their utmost potential, inspiring them to devote themselves altruistically to the service of humanity.
Together with Prof Nouedoui and Prof Kingue you all thought us that;
the good physician treats the disease but the great physician treats the patient who has the disease.

Even in your last days when your vibrant strength was failing, you spent hours upon hours at night interpreting Holter ECGs. 
Your patients were your priority. They came first and you came last.

Professor, the patients are crying, the doctors are wailing … where is the great physician, where is our mentor, our champion, the lionheart, the great chevalier...?

You were awarded several medals of Honor, but no medal could ever really classify your supercalifragilisticexpialidocious worth.

Thank you Master for you taught us that what counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived, but it is the difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.
You have fought the good fight, you have finished the race, you have kept the faith. Now there is in store for you the crown.

All the Doctors and Para-medical staff of the National Center of Diabetes and Hypertension (NCDH) Yaounde Central Hospital.

Compiled by Dr Joshua WALINJOM (MD).
Posted by Rose Yidmia Njinimbot on March 8, 2019
Cry not, but pray for his peaceful passage to the LORD. "The earth is no home to anyone, but a corridor to our final resting place in the hands if our creator. Uncle, your life with us was the candle light that would be difficult for us to estinct, but keep burning. My love to all who went before you.
Rest in Perfect Peace UNCLE,
I J M N.
Posted by Joshua Walinjom on March 4, 2019
Quote :
“If your efforts are guided by honesty and rigor, if you do it without getting tired or giving in to discouragement, you will inevitably reach the top.”
By Pr Walinjom Muna.

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