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Two Of 25,000 Recruits Die In Two Days 

CameroonPostline.com — Felix Gwei Nfor and Juliet Kinyuy Kibong Ngalim, who were part of the 25,000 recruited into the public service, have died.

Gwei Nfor, who was posted to work in Kumbo, in the office of the Senior Divisional Officer for Bui Division, died in the Banso Baptist Hospital on March 22.

Miss Kinyuy Kibong, who was posted to the Ministry of Justice, died in the Shisong Catholic Hospital on March 23, and was buried on March 26 in Nkum Sub-division. Meanwhile, late Gwei Nfor was buried in Ndu Sub-division on March 23.

Pastor Samuel Mbunda, a colleague of the deceased, in his message of hope, called on mourners and sympathisers to repent, confess their sins and accept Jesus Christ as their saviour.

The Senior Divisional Officer for Bui, Bernard Ngone Ndodemessape, who led a delegation from the Kumbo Prefecture to Kakar Village, said the death of Gwei Nfor was a great loss to the family, the Kumbo Prefecture and the State as a whole.

He said when the deceased took up duty he was looking sick. He regretted that at this time when it is difficult to get a job, it was painful to lose it through death.

According to eulogies presented by the delegate of the Kakar Abi family Yaounde and the uncle of Gwei Nfor, the deceased was a popular photographer in Yaounde and the President of the Kakar family Yaounde since 2009, before his recent recruitment into the public service.

Gwei Nfor reportedly died of chronic malaria.

By Peter Adi Fonte

First Published in The Post print edition no. 1333
 

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