Douala – Cameroon: One of the encyclopedias of the Southern Cameroons Library also known as the “Iroko Tree“ Mola Njoh Litumbe has been “burnt” down: Mola Njoh died Tuesday 26-05-20 at a Hospital in Douala- Littoral and Cameroon’s economic Capital at 94.
As soon as his dead was announced, many took to the social media to extend their condolences and these are some of the messages :
Very sad, indeed. My deep sympathy and sincere condolences to Mola Litumbo & the Litumbe family.
Pa Njoh Litumbe, our Moyo & family friend, was a great man. As the first Cameroonian to become a Chartered accountant in the UK, in the late 1950s, he left his footprints in the sands of time. He was a man of strong character, transparent integrity and high principle. He was also a role model, who had the courage of his conviction to stand up against injustice and marginalisation of the Anglophones. He will be sorely missed. May His Soul Rest in Perfect Peace.🙏🏿 Barr. Diko M.M
As a rule of thumb, the moment is now for venerable folks in Anglophone Cameroon to contemplate immortalizing their scholarship as their opportunity cost before flatlining. Taata
A man of steel. A man of Principle. Never quivered in his quest for the liberation of SC. You will always be remembered. History will never forget you. Nto
What a sad news. My greatest freedom fighter. May his soul rest in perfect peace. Dr. Ebot
He kept the Christian faith and lived with his political convictions. Chief N.M
What a sad news. My greatest freedom fighter. May his soul rest in perfect peace. He has done his part.. we will remember him for his own works… Yume & Wole C. https://youtu.be/VJB6KqeXOjE
Shey Tatah Sevidzem- SM