Let the memory of Mrs. Fatmata Zahara be with us forever
  • 63 years old
  • Born on May 15, 1948 .
  • Passed away on December 5, 2011 in Sierra Leone.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Mrs. Fatmata Zahara Tunis 63 years old , born on May 15, 1948 and passed away on December 5, 2011. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Allieu Sheriff on 5th December 2013
I can still recall her beautiful smile that sends Light in the eyes of my uncle. I believe those wonderful smiles still seen as you lay there watched by angels of peace. We love you my dear aunt and sister but Allah loves you most. May the angels of salaam guide over your blessed soul. Rest In Peace till we meet again.
Posted by Sao James-tengbeh on 27th February 2013
Awwwwwwwwwww in tears going through the tributes. Ngo zahara was a very cheerful woman,bubbly n full of life.Indeed u were gone too soon when we needed you most.Time to enjoy the fruits of ur labour.But ooooh gone too soon to be with Allah.You will forever be in our thoughts and prayers and may mother earth gently rest on you insallah.
Posted by Grace Gaye on 5th December 2012
Aunty Fatmata was full of life, fun, kind and always up for a laugh and that is how I will continue to remember her. She was one aunty I always enjoyed hanging around with (holidays to Makani) she and uncle MB will make sure I had the best time...THANK YOU for being you and Thank you for allowing me to share those wonderful memories with you. May your gentle soul continue to rest in peace
Posted by Tanisha Morris on 2nd August 2012
May your mommy beautiful soul REST IN PEACE till your meet again..inshallah
Posted by Hananatu Tunis on 14th April 2012
mom you will forever missed, your are the best mom, i have ever had without you life we never be same and may your soul rest in perfect peace love you until l die.
Posted by Jinah Hindolo on 23rd January 2012
You leave a void that cannot be easily filled. you were such a pleasant and kind person that never said no to anyone's child. The love for your kids and mankind in general, I admired. There wasn't a day that you were not happy. Your smiles, laughter and welcoming attitude I will forever miss. My husband remembers your love for basket ball and your favorite word for him "demia". RIP.
Posted by Rabiatu Tunis on 23rd December 2011
Mom, I grew up looking into your face and finding all the love and strength I needed to go through life.Your face was my world.As I grew older you were always around, cheering me up when I was down. You were an amazing, loving, caring, kind, hardworking, understanding, beautiful, and inspirational mother. You are certainly irreplaceable. May Allah rest your soul in perfect peace.
Posted by Jumanatu Morray on 21st December 2011
My mom left me with beautiful memories. She was an incredible lady, very warm, loving, caring sweet and beautiful. She will forever be a part of my heart and soul. I missed her dearly! I wish i could talk to her again. May Allah rest her soul in perfect peace.
Posted by Sheku Kallon on 16th December 2011
May Allah provide the strength, courage and guidance to her family and friends to weather the storm and may he grant her safe passage to Hejana.
Posted by Maurice Ferenkeh Koroma on 16th December 2011
My deepest condolences to the Tunis family. May her soul rest in peace and may light perpetual shine on her.
Posted by Mariama Morray on 15th December 2011
My Grandma will be at every wedding, birth, ceremony, and special occasion because she will live inside our hearts forever.
Posted by Mohamed Sidie Sheriff on 13th December 2011
Fatmata Zahra Tunis nee Bona/Nyei Daughter of Alhaji Ibrahima Nyei of Faasi fame in Liberia Wife of Alhaj Mohamed Bashirr Tunis (late) till death did them part Mother of Fatmata, Jumanatu, Hananatu and Rabiatu (daughters) Mother of Murtadha, Bashirr I (late) and Bashirr II (sons) Left Duniya on December 5 2011 at 63 in Kenema Left behind tears but joined God’s eternity of solace and bliss
Posted by Murtada Tunis on 13th December 2011
She leaves a void. Certainly irreplaceable. Whilst all else sugar coats reality to me, she says it as she sees it no matter the temporary inconvenience. A straight shooter. An independent thinker. Supports the truth and outspoken against untruth. She was an embodiment of tough love. A born leader. Open, inclusive, and boundaryless in touch, love, and, care.Loved by all and griefed by all.

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