SakerPride - "Telling the Saker Story & MORE"
To the left, THE "NGALAMES"! Proud Sakerette Mom with her 3 Sakerette CARATS. Below, THE NGAAJES! Radiant Mom with her 2 Beautiful CARATS. THE ABONGE SISTERS Abonge Judy (1973) Abong Alice (1975) Abong Regina Zah (1979) Abonge Georgette (1987) THE AGBOR SISTERS Janet AGBOR Tabot Playne AGBOR Ebai Beju AGBOR Rosemary AGBOR (1993) THE ENDELEYS Mojoko ENDELEY Matute (1982) Grayce ENDELEY (1987) Ewelisane ENDELEY (1985) Mamua ENDELEY (1992) THE FOSSUNGS Mary FOSSUNG (1976) Edith FOSSUNG (1979) Anne FOSSUNG (1981) Evelyn FOSSUNG (1984) THE NTUMNGIA SISTERS Mankaa NTUMNGIA Nwancha (1988) Ngum NTUMNGIA Kapapi (1989) Bi NTUMNGIA (1990) Matuh NTUMNGIA Awunti (1993) THE NOKURI SISTERS Harriet Anike NOKURI (1980) Yolanda NOKURI Hegngi (1981) Linda NOKURI Bodylawson Rhea NOKURI Mbuakoto THE YONGKUMA SISTERS Grace YONGKUMA (1976) Gladys YONGKUMA (1978) Irene YONGKUMA (1985) Elizabeth YONGKUMA THE AGBOR SISTERS Cecilia AGBOR (1984) Vivian AGBOR (1989) Christy AGBOR (19??) THE BEKONDO SISTERS Mercy BEKONDO Akpo-Esambe (1976) Mildred BEKONDO (1986) Njowo BEKONDO (1988) THE ELANGWE SISTERS Aggie ELANGWE (1994) Shiela ELANGWE (????) Adeline ELANGWE Wele (1998/2000) THE FOKUMLAH SISTERS Lela FOKUMLAH Nina FOKUMLAH - RIP (1999/2001) Nellie FOKUMLAH (2003/2005) THE AWEH SISTERS Lucy AWEH Eneme Susan AWEH (1995/1997)
THE OBENS Bessem ENOH & Mr. Ashu OBEN "CELEBRITY" SIGHTINGS AT THE WEDDING!! THE MANY-A-DECADE OLD "RAT QUEST" PERSISTS!! The GOOD BOOK says in PROVERBS 18:22 that: "HE WHO FINDS A WIFE, FINDS A GOOD THING" I bet you that if WISE KING SOLOMON had lived after 1966 when the first batch of SAKERETTES graduated from S.B.C., there would have been a verse 22b that would have gone on to say: "... BUT HE WHO FINDS A SAKERETTE WIFE FINDS THE BEST THERE IS"!! ('Am juss sayin' yah!! SELENSEH!! LOL!!!) CAT MARTIN CHUNGONG MAKES HISTORY TODAY AS THE FIRST AFRICAN TO BE ELECTED TO THE POST OF SECRETARY GENERAL OF THE INTER-PARLIAMENTARY UNION (IPU)!!! CONGRATULATIONS TO CAT MARTIN CHUNGONG & OF COURSE TO Dr. STELLA SHU CHUNGONG, THE STRONG WOMAN WHO HAS BEEN BY HIS SIDE PROPELLING HIM ON TO GREATER HEIGHTS FOR OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY NOW! GODSPEED, NDE MA!!
THE FULLERS Evelyn FUOCHING & Mr. FULLER THE TAKORS Beryl-Ann MBOME & Mr. T. TAKOR THE MBAKOS Hannah LITUMBE & Dr. Aloysius MBAKO
A TALE OF 2 EUROPE-BASED "CATS" CONGRATS TO BOTH & TO THEIR RESPECTIVE "RATS"! CAT & SAKER DAD,HIS EXCELLENCY NKWELLE EKANEY, Cameroon High Commissioner to Great Britain and Northern Ireland, WINS 2014 AFRICAN DIPLOMAT OF THE YEAR AWARD! H.E. Commissioner Nkwelle Ekaney, Far Right, with some the other distinguished personalities who were honored at the 2014 DIPLOMAT OF THE YEAR AWARDS Ceremony on which took place in London, on April 14 2014 CONGRATULATIONS! HEAR YE! HEAR YE!
Cameroon High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, H.E. NKWELLE EKANEY, our very supportive CAT who chaired the Gala Evening at S.B.C.'s Golden Jubilee Celebrations in Limbe, (2012) and who was conspicuously PRESENT at ExSSA-USA's August 2013 Convention Gala in New York , has won the 2014 Diplomat of the Year from Africa Award!!! The laureate received his prestigious Award in the Ballroom of the Langham London Hotel on Monday, April 14 2014, during DIPLOMAT magazine’s 2014 Annual Awards Ceremony, which was attended by Ambassadors and High Commissioners from over 70 countries, and diplomats from over 100 countries. In its sixth year, the awards ceremony recognized the outstanding work and achievements of London’s diplomatic community, who are trying to better their nations’ well- being.The magazine identified 10 categories that recognize different levels of diplomacy, and winners were nominated by their peers. The categories include 2014 Diplomat of the Year from the Middle East, 2014 Diplomat of the Year from Africa, 2014 Diplomat of the Year from Asia, 2014 Diplomat of the year from Europe, 2014 Diplomat of the Year from the Americas, 2014 Outstanding Contribution to Women in Diplomacy among others. DIPLOMAT points out that, with over 160 diplomatic missions, a posting to London remains one of the ambitions and highlights of any diplomat’s career. In keeping with that assertion, H.E. Commissioner Ekaney states that he is thrilled to be in London because it is ‘the world’s international economic capital', and also because of Cameroon's long-standing ties with the UK, which date back to 1960. The Cameroon High Commissioner to the U.K. first arrived in London on October 3, 2008. He recalls that, ‘the minutes I had with the Queen, were some of the happiest moments in my life.' CAT Ekaney’s first diplomatic po sting was in the Permanent Mission to the UN in New York, where he worked his way through the ranks from 1977 to 1986. The diplomat studied journalism at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. After that he pursued a BA in Political Science and an MA in International Affairs. His wife, Janet Mejane Nzounkwelle, (Class of 1971), joined him in Canada in 1973 and they were married a year later. They have three daughters living in Cameroon and the U.S. Mbole Ekaney, Senge Balimba (Class of 1996) and Ndolo Ekaney (Class of 2001/2003), whose THRIVING, Glitzy, Glamorous, Boutique - TRENDY BY TIA, is featured on this Website at: http://www.sakerpride.com/NEWS-ADS.html
ONE LEARNÈD GENTLEMAN, 3 BARS TO HIS CREDIT! FÉLICITATIONS, CAT MAÎTRE CLEMENT N. FONDUFE ET MADAME ANNE YAKUM FONDUFE (Class of 1984) TRIPLE MAÎTRE "CAT" CLEMENT N. FONDUFE & his Beloved "RAT", ANNE YAKUM FONDUFE at the SWEARING-IN CEREMONY, Wednesday, May 14 2014 in PARIS, FRANCE
He was already a Member of the CAMEROON BAR before he moved to the United States at the turn of the Millenium. After his sojourn at HARVARD University, ( he's a 2001 Harvard Law School Graduate), he sat and passed, (at his FIRST try), the infamous NEW YORK BAR EXAM which is no feat to be even attempted by the faint of heart, given that it has embarrassed the likes of JFK Jr. (God rest his dear soul), who failed it TWICE before finally succeeding the THIRD time around! Just Sayin'! This PARTNER at Latham & Watkins LLP who is actually the global head of the firm's Africa practice moved from WALL STREET (NY) to PARIS barely 2 years ago, took the PARIS BAR EXAM late last year, aced it and was, yesterday, M AY 14 2014, sworn in as an AVOCAT A LA COUR, Paris!!! He is, therefore, a (HIGHLY) qualified lawyer in New York, in Paris and in Cameroon, all before he actually turns 50, a full, long, month after this "GRANDE SOEUR" of his would already have done so, God willing!!! (LOL!!) I have known this "Jolly Good Fellow" and proud SHESAN, for close to 4 decades now, and watched him go from one momentous accomplishment to the other, the GREATEST of them all, in my very UN-Humble opinion, being his "getting hitched" to Ms ANNE YAKUM (Class of '84), back on December 22nd of 1993, a Union that has produced 2 PHENOMENAL CARATS, one of whom is a Sophomore at the Prestigious (Ivy League) Columbia University! Talk about 2 apples that have fallen delightfully close to the parental tree! My only regret right now is that I will NOT be able to take any calls from MAÎTRE and/or Madame for quite a while after I hit the "PUBLISH" button, because, "COGNIZANT of the fact" that their TRUE, GENUINE MODESTY would have gotten in the way had I sought their express permission first, this ELATED & PROUD Big Sis of theirs just "followed her heart". Methinks that should count as a "MITIGATING CIRCUMSTANCE" when my "sentence" is deliberated and handed down. ABI?
RAT ": Nickname for a SAKE RETTE ("Official")
A " CAT ": Nickname for a Sakerette's "ROMEO", the OH-SO-LUCKY "CAT" who found himself a precious "RAT"! ("Official")
A " DEAL " ( D - I - L ): A Sakerette's D aughter- I n- L aw who is a Sakerette herself (Unofficial) (*Term coined by MOI, a few seconds after "SEAL" was coined! A Sakerette getting a Sakerette for a Daughter-In-Law is a good DEAL, if you ask me!) A " CARAT ": A Sakerette's Son or Daughter ("Official") (*Term coined by Pam Nyambi. Sakerette Children are well worth their weight in rubies, diamonds & gold!) A " SEAL " ( S - I - L ): A Sakerette's S ister- I n- L aw who is a Sakerette herself (Unofficial) (*Term coined by yours truly a few minutes ago!! Sisters-in-law can help SEAL marriages, can't they?) LIKE MOTHER, LIKE DAUGHTER ... Some daughters -"CARATS", did follow in their mothers' footsteps, all the way to "Mbanga Bush"!
Late Paulette DOHNJI & Dolly LYONGA Lambe being recognized by Mrs. Eyere MBIWAN Takor (Class of '69), for being the first two SECOND GENERATION SAKERETTES! They sure made history in 1985 as the first 2 daughters of ExSSANS to also graduate from SBC! Ms Genevieve NDANDO (1971) & CARAT Ms Sylvie Ejedepang-KOGE (1992)
- Rose Valerie Ngalame nee KOME (1970): > Paulyne NGALAME Ntuba, Marie NGALAME Mballesube & Prysca NGALAME Mbi - Agnes Eyere Takor nee MBIWAN (1969): > Manyi, Egbe, Ayuk & Achare TAKOR ('92, '95, '98 & 2002 respectively!) - Rachel Lyonga nee EPOUPA (1968) RIP: > Dolly LYONGA Lambe ('85) & Nathalie Lyonga (2010/2012) - Justine Dohnji nee NGWA (1967): > Paulette DOHNJI ('85) RIP - Genevieve Silo NDANDO (1971): > Sylvie MAKOGE Ejedepang-Koge (1992) - Belinda Assam nee OBEN (1977): > Larissa (2003) & Charlene ASSAM (2005) - Dora Ngoh nee EWUSI (1977): > Enanga LIWONJO Elute-Penda (2000) - Christiana Ngong nee CHOP (1967) RIP: > Prudence NGONG Muluh & Rosemary NGONG Kiffa - Martha Teke nee AKWA (1984) > Endum TEKE - Marie-Solange Evehe (1980) > Cynthia FONDERSON - Hannah Monono nee ITAMBI (1979) > Dr. Naiza, Enjema & Limunga MONONO - Magdalene Nkeng nee ENOH (1977) > Taboko, Ndip and Corrine NKENG - Melissa NAMBANGI (1974) > LaBelle NAMBANGI - Margaret NDASI (1978) RIP > Dr. Eni Muna Mbuagbaw (2002/2004) - Ebob Atabong nee AGBORSANGAYA (1976) RIP: > Emambo & Bate ATABONG - Francesca NTUBA nee Ngoh: > Belle NTUBA, Njie NTUBA Ahlijah, Fule NTUBA Roepeter, Wuke NTUBA & Dibo NTUBA - Bernice EKIKO (1970): > Dora EKIKO Enaw - Grace Mabu nee KINYANG: > Nya MABU Ngwashi - Adeley Ngalame nee NGALE (1976) > Winnie NGALAME & Sandra NGALAME Ajebe - Gladys Che-Maabo nee FONCHAM (1976) > Sheila CHE-MAABO - Janet Ekaney nee NZOUNKWELLE (1971) > Senge EKANEY Balimba & Ndolo EKANEY - Esther Masango nee CHONGONGEI (1967) > Makuba MASANGO ('91) - Dora Meoto nee EKO (1976) > Silo MEOTO ('97) & Dora MEOTO (2003) - Evelyn Mbame nee EKO (1976): > Dr. Dione MBAME ('92), Barrister Etondi Mbame ('96), Eposi MBAME ('97) - Betty Luma nee MWAMBO (1976) > Joso LUMA - Rose Ekindi nee JAPHET (1967) > Munyele EKINDI & Poupe EKINDI Eta - Miranda Lifanda nee BELL (1969) > Mboni LIFANDA Atogho, Beboi and Efosi LIFANDA - Magdaline EJUBA (1973) > Lum FUBE ('94) & Sina FUBE (2010) - Fatima GURIN (1972) > Mboti Rahila NGONGI - Judy ABONGE (1973) > Edith & Kielly ANGUH - Dorah Tambi nee CHU (1972) > Bessem, Malua, & Takunaw TAMBI, and Ayuk TAMBI Atem-Ebai - Florence Martin nee NGOLE (1980) > Diandra Etondi MARTIN - Glory Fobizshi nee NANJI (1981) > Desta, Grace & Evanuelle FOBIZSHI - Mary Eposi LYONGA (1976) > Christine TCHALLA (1997) & Marthe TCHALLA (1999) - Franka Biaka nee HONGLA (1979) > Catherine NDELEY - Elvire Hortense BIYE (1981) > Athina MENYE (2012) & Laureane MEFAN (2013) - Francisca Ncho nee LITUMBE (1975) > Joffi TEMPLECOLE Atogho - Helen Njomo IKUNDI (1976?) > Millie & Joffi IKUNDI (2002) - Sume Ndumbe-Eyoh nee EPIE > Dibo, Sume and Fese NDUMBE-EYOH - Roseline Ngaaje nee NZEGGE (1978) > Mbange & Kube NGAAJE - Olabisi ANJORIN (1972) > Joan Ndongo DIVINE (1996) - Emilia Bodylawson nee MAKIA > Matilda Bodylawson & Henrietta Bodylawson (RIP) - Amina Bodylawson nee GURIN > Asamao Naduvi BODYLAWSON - Pamela Eben nee EBOT (1981) > Patricia EBEN (2010/2012) & Frances EBEN (2012/2014) - Margaret Khama nee WILLIAMS (1979): > Palmira Williams Njang - Ernestine Mbacham nee POLLE (1980): > Sharon, Fanny & Santher MBACHAM - Deborah Tangyie nee TAH (1966): > Lemnda Tangyie (1991) - Magdalene Enoh nee NKONGHO (1970) (RIP): > Bessem ENOH Oben (1995) - Playne FUONDJING (1966) > Debra BILIKHA (1997/1999) - Tima Haddison nee MOTUBA (1977) > Eposi, Bedie & Masoma Haddison (1998, 2008 & 2014 respectively.) - Jessie Tua nee MOTALE (1968) > Brenda Formanji Malemba (1994) & Herminn Dibo-Bedie Mbando (2003) - Doreen M. nee MBUAGBAW (1991) > Chloe McGough (2019) - Grace Angyiembe nee AMBO (1982) RIP > Lovelyne Angyiembe ANAGHO (1995) - Janice Achu nee NCHOTU (1988) > Vanessa ACHU (2012)
Top: Mom: Janice Nchotu Achu ('88)
Below: CARAT: Vanessa Achu (2012)
...I GOT ALL MY SISTERS WITH ME!!! ...
DYNASTIES & SISTERS @ SBC
THE IKOME SISTERS
Dorothy IKOME Forbin (1970)
Gladys IKOME (1972)
Grace IKOME Mbony (1975)
Lois IKOME Njie (1977)
Janet IKOME Mokonya (1989)
THE EBWE SISTERS
Florence EBWE Jordan (1983) Judith EBWE Ngome (1987) Vivian EBWE Alobwede (1988) Therra EBWE Weinberg (1994) Linda EBWE Williams (1996) THE MOFA SISTERS Regine Kulu MOFA Ojongtambia (1970) Jacobine Yemi MOFA (1979) Faith Jemea MOFA (1982) Dialle MOFA Takang (1986) Yoti MOFA Obenge (1991) THE NTUBA GIRLS Belle NTUBA (1986) Njie NTUBA Ahlijah (1990) Fule NTUBA Roepeter Wuke NTUBA Dibo NTUBA THE NJONJO SISTERS Hannah NJONJO Dibonge (1984) Rebecca NJONJO Tambi (1989) Pamela NJONJO (1990) Eposi NJONJO Marvel NJONJO
Miss Dialle MOFA on Graduation Day, 1986 THE TEMBUNDES Stella TEMBUNDE (1983) Patience TEMBUNDE (1986) Philomene TEMBUNDE (1999) Vera TEMBUNDE (2006) Mildred TEMBUNDE (2008) " QUARTETS " THE BAMU SISTERS Monique BAMU (1978) Justine BAMU Nwafor (1980) Carol BAMU Abam (1986) Mary BAMU Ndifornyen THE BESONG OBEN SISTERS Esther OBEN I Susan OBEN Tabot Esther OBEN II Ulanda OBEN THE ENYONG SISTERS Belinda ENYONG (1988) Imelda ENYONG (1988) Gracy ENYONG Bawack (1991) Anita ENYONG Ojang (1999) THE ETA SISTERS Eleanor ETA Atogho (1983) Agbor ETA Fobeneh Yebiy ETA Moma Takang ETA THE FUOCHING SISTERS Evelyn FUOCHING Fuller (1985) Agendia FUOCHING Nkeng FUOCHING Cheijo FUOCHING THE GWAN-NULLAS Anastasia GWANULLA (1973) Chantal GWANNULLA Nchanji (1983) Lucy GWAN-NULLA (1987) Henriette GWANNULLA (1992) THE IYOK SISTERS Bessem IYOK Egbe (1986) Senge IYOK Mbongo (1986) Heidi IYOK (1989) Ebob IYOK THE KOME/AKO SISTERS Rose Valerie KOME Ngalame (1970) Pauline AKO (1980) Bertha AKO (1981) Sarah AKO (????) THE NGUM SISTERS Martha NGUM (1978) Ernesta NGUM (1981) Priscilla NGUM (1981) Francisca NGUM (1982) THE MOTANGA SISTERS Edith MOTANGA Nana, Ella MOTANGA Pacheco, Alice MOTANGA Cheambe Germaine MOTANGA-Nelson THE MBUAGBAW SISTERS Miriam MBUAGBAW ('79) Comfort MBUAGBAW ('83) Doreen MBUAGBAW ('91) Patience MBUAGBAW ('92) THE LYONGA SISTERS Eleanor LYONGA Daphne LYONGA Enanga LYONGA Yoti LYONGA THE NKENG SISTERS Victorine NKENG (1980) RIP Elma NKENG (1981) Caroline NKENG Cecelia NKENG THE TAKOR SISTERS Manyi TAKOR (1992) Egbe TAKOR (1995) Ayuk TAKOR (1998) Achare TAKOR (2002) THE TAMBI SISTERS Bessem TAMBI Malua TAMBI Takunaw TAMBI Ayuk TAMBI (1998) THE TATAH SISTERS Elizabeth TATAH (1976) Grace TATAH (1977) Eunice TATAH (1983) Gladys TATAH (1985) " TRIOS "
THE MBIWAN SISTERS Ebob MBIWAN Tanyi (1974) Namondo MBIWAN Ndando (1979) Egbe MBIWAN Monjimbo (1981) THE ANJORIN SISTERS Kofoworola ANJORIN (1967) Olabisi ANJORIN (1972) Modupe ANJORIN (1980) THE ARREY SISTERS Yvonne ARREY Helen ARREY Mathilda ARREY THE ASUQUO/MUKETE SISTERS Marie Dibo MUKETE (1966) Gloria Affiong ASUQUO Constance Mayem ASUQUO (1972) THE ARREY SISTERS Helena ARREY Yolanda ARREY Petra ARREY THE ASHU SISTERS Esther ASHU Mercy ASHU Patience ASHU THE DEWINGONG SISTERS Linda LEWINGONG Georgette LEWINGONG Laura LEWINGONG THE CHIA SISTERS Adeline CHIA Viyuoh (1984) Lynda MBZIGHA-A (1990) Prudence CHIA Mbu (1990) THE EKOLE SISTERS Etona EKOLE (1984) Ete EKOLE (1989) Clara EKOLE Munzu THE EBUNE SISTERS Catherine EBUNE (1979) Anne EBUNE Takow (1981) Lydia EBUNE (1983) THE EGBE SISTERS Emilia EGBE (1976) Clara EGBE (1981) Esther EGBE Ayuk (1983) THE ENONCHONG SISTERS Pamela ENONCHONG Ayuk (1976) Cecelia ENONCHONG (1978) Quinta ENONCHONG (1981) THE FIELDING SISTERS Edith FIELDING Soyombo (1976) Patience FIELDING (1984) Boh FIELDING Geh (1987) THE FOMUKONG SISTERS Agnes FOMUKONG Bongang (1974) Josephine FOMUKONG Awodabon (1980) Silver FOMUKONG (1994) The GWANYALLA SISTERS Feh GWANYALLA (1993/1995) Kah GWANYALLA (1997/1999) Andin GWANYALLA (1999)
THE KAJIH SISTERS
Susan KAJIH (1981)
Delphine KAJIH (1983)
Kah KAJIH (1986)
THE KANGSEN SISTERS
Ida KANGSEN Gwan (1967)
Grace KANGSEN Nku (1970)
Emmy KANGSEN Kisob (1975)
THE JING SISTERS
Sally JING Job (1971)
Rita JING Atanga (1979)
Regina JING Nana (1988)
THE LOTTIN SISTERS
GEORGETTE LOTTIN (1973)
Marie LOTTIN Nasah (1980)
Delphine LOTTIN (1983)
THE KWENDE SISTERS Jane KWENDE (1981) Linda KWENDE (1987) Corantine KWENDE (1992)
THE KOGE SISTERS Irene KOGE Pearly KOGE Lucy KOGE THE MBOME SISTERS BERYL-ANN MBOME Takor Matilda MBOME Yolanda MBOME THE MBAME SISTERS Dione MBAME (1992) Etondi MBAME (1996) Eposi MBAME (1997) THE LUMA SISTERS Rebecca LUMA Ngongi (1969) Lilian LUMA (1970) Juliet LUMA (1971) THE NCHOTU SISTERS Janice NCHOTU Achu (1988) Manka'a NCHOTU (2000) Sandrine NCHOTU (2002) THE MONJIMBO SISTERS Dorcas MONJIMBO (1981) Hannah MONJIMBO Charlotte MONJIMBO THE MESEMBE SISTERS Fembe MESEMBE Oben Gwendoline MESEMBE Balogh Mildred MESEMBE THE NGANTCHA SISTERS Mireille NGANTCHA (1987) Irene NGANTCHA (1988) Pamela NGANTCHA THE NDUMBE-EYOHS Dibo NDUMBE-EYOH Sume NDUMBE-EYOH Fese NDUMBE-EYOH THE NGAYAP SISTERS Florence NGAYAP Nankam (1982) Irene NGAYAP (1990) Annita NGAYAP (1999/2001) THE NJU SISTERS Florence NJU Fongang (1977) Adelaide NJU (1978) Sarah NJU Dinga Nyoh (1980)
THE NKELLE SISTERS Monica Nono NKELLE Fese NKELLE Dibo NKELLE THE NGONGI-MUSOKO SISTERS Janet Mboti NGONGI (1967) Olive Mbango MUSOKO (1976) R.I.P Elinge MUSOKO EKOLLO (1978) THE SHU SISTERS Dora SHU Mbanya (1973) Florence SHU Acquaye (1976) Stella SHU Chungong (1980) THE OBEN SISTERS Ayamo Gina OBEN (2000) Eku Sabrina OBEN (2002) Ekong Amanda OBEN (2004) THE NTEFF SISTERS Hannah (Ngong) NTEFF (1967) Esther NTEFF Akpey (1971) Grace NTEFF (1973)
THE TEBO SISTERS
Estella TEBO (1982)
Anne TEBO Rossi (1986)
Juliana TEBO (1992)
THE UGWU SISTERS
Esther UGWU (1975)
Gladys UGWU (1978)
Veronica UGWU (1980)
THE SIMO-MAX SISTERS Juliana SIMO Max (1967) Anna SIMO Max Tagho(1968) Bernadette SIMO Mukam (1987)
THE ACHU SISTERS Karen ACHU Ethel-Noel ACHU (1999) Nina ACHU
THE FOSAM SISTERS Evelyn FOSAM (1988) Gladys FOSAM (1993) Grace FOSAM (1995) THE GOME SISTERS Fabiola GOME (2003) Ivana GOME (2005) Simone GOME THE ASONGANYI SISTERS Zara ASONGANYI (2003) Nora ASONGANYI (2004) Spora ASONGANYI THE NAMA SISTERS Afor NAMA Susie NAMA Coretta NAMA (2003) THE MBACHAM SISTERS Sharon MBACHAM Fanny MBACHAM Santher MBACHAM THE MBONG-NGOLES Rosaline MBONG (1968) Miriam NGOLE (1987) Lucy-Lisette NGOLE (1988) THE NDONYI SISTERS Angeline NDONYI (1979) Elizabeth NDONYI Wellang (1985) Helvetia NDONYI (1990) THE NGALAME SISTERS Paulyne NGALAME Ntuba Marie NGALAME Mballesube Prysca NGALAME Mbi THE ROOKS SISTERS Annette ROOKS (1980?) Sheryl ROOKS Loretta ROOKS " DUETS "
THE MARTIN SISTERS Ella MARTIN Chuwa Etonde Esukise-MARTIN (2003) THE NAMBANGI SISTERS Melissa NAMBANGI (1974) Beatrice NAMBANGI Ntuba (1977) THE LYONGA SISTERS Dorothy LYONGA Lambe (1985) Nathalie LYONGA (2010) THE ABANDA SISTERS Terry ABANDA Bieng (RIP) (1978) Patience ABANDA Melone (1981) THE ABANGMA SISTERS Rose ABANGMA Oma (1978) Gladys ABANGMA (1981) THE ABONGWA SISTERS Melanie ABONGWA (2000/2002) Delphine ABONGWA (2002/2004) THE AFONG SISTERS Anne AFONG (1979) Adeline AFONG Ngatchu (1983) THE AGBORSANGAYA SISTERS Ebob AGBORSANGAYA Atabong RIP (1976) Ozong AGBORSANGAYA-Fiteu (1984) THE AGBEYEGBE SISTERS Elinge AGBEYEGBE (1983) Ebie AGBEYEGBE (1985) THE AGBOR SISTERS Bessem AGBOR Manyi AGBOR THE ARREY SISTERS Ethel ARREY Ngome (1976) Pamela ARREY (1978) THE ALIMA SISTERS Priscilla ALIMA (1969) Victorine ALIMA (1979) THE ANE SISTERS Florence ANE (1976) Janet ANE Akob (1980) THE ATABONG SISTERS Betty ATABONG Fonderson (RIP) (1978) Jackie ATABONG (1984) THE ATABONG SISTERS Kate ATABONG Ndi (1987) Constance ATABONG Nkwantah (1990) THE ASHUNTANTANG SISTERS Joyce ASHUNTANTANG (1983) Helen ASHUNTANTANG (1990) THE AWUNTI SISTERS Mbinwi AWUNTI Waindim Nanjui AWUNTI THE ATOGHO SISTERS Jessie ATOGHO Ekukole (1978) Barbara ATOGHO Tiedeu (1982) THE BESSECK SISTERS Emma BESSECK RIP (1986) Juliet BESSECK (1992) THE AYUK SISTERS Yvonne AYUK Etta (1984) Oneke AYUK Mbuagbaw (1994) THE BALIMBA SISTERS Mpoke BALIMBA Njabon Patricia BALIMBA THE EFESOA SISTERS Lilian EFESOA Njalla-Quan (1971) Nan EFESOA Sloane (1973)
THE DIMLA SISTERS Beri DIMLA Ngong (1970) Felicia DIMLA (1981)
THE CASPA SISTERS Judith CASPA Foyabo (1984) Ethel CASPA (1985) THE EJEDEPANG-KOGE SISTERS Mesode EJEDEPANG-KOGE Emade EJEDEPANG-KOGE THE EJELLE SISTERS Nadia EJELLE (1986) Messang EJELLE (1990) THE EJEDE-EJEDE SISTERS Cindy EJEDE-EJEDE Noella EJEDE-EJEDE
THE EKUKOLE SISTERS Agnes-Marie EKUKOLE (1989) Sandra EKUKOLE (2003/2005) THE EMBOLA/McQUIRE SISTERS Joyce McQUIRE Shalo RIP (1975) Ruth EMBOLA RIP (1979) THE EKINDI SISTERS Munyele EKINDI Poupe EKINDI THE ENO SISTERS Magdalene ENO Nkeng (1977) Laura ENO Dimitte (1986) THE ENOW SISTERS Florence ENOW Jane ENOW
THE ENGO SISTERS Pamela ENGO (1975) Yondi ENGO (1976) THE EWUSI SISTERS Christiana EWUSI Attere (1969) Dora EWUSI Ngoh (1977) THE EWANGA SISTERS Susan EWANGA (1985) Ethel EWANGA
THE ESAKA SISTERS Rose ESAKA Ekobena (1979) Mbango ESAKA Ekole (1992) THE FONMBOH SISTERS Grayce FONMBOH Lisette FONMBOH THE FAWOH SISTERS Bridget FAWOH Vivian FAWOH THE FOMUSO SISTERS Carolyn FOMUSO Lydia FOMUSO THE FOTABONG SISTERS Margaret FOTABONG (1978) Catherine FOTABONG (1979) THE FUBE SISTERS Lum FUBE (1994) Sina FUBE (2010) THE FORTEH SISTERS Glory FORTEH Clementine FORTEH THE IHEKWOABA SISTERS Florence IHEKWOABA (1983) Nkiru IHEKWOABA Abba (1983)
THE GURIN/ISSA SISTERS Fatima ISSA GURIN (1972) Amina ISSA Bodylawson (1973) THE GEH SISTERS Evelyn GEH Jato (1979) Linda GEH (1985)
THE KALE SISTERS Hannah KALE - RIP (1966) Frida KALE (1968) THE JOSHUA-WAAH SISTERS Rebecca JOSHUA-WAAH (1967) Anna JOSHUA-WAAH (1972) THE ILONGO SISTERS Catherine (Mammie) ILONGO (1974) Catherine (Mbamba) ILONGO (1979) THE LAMFUS Mary LAMFU Mongkuo (1976) Esther LAMFU Shei (1977) THE MAKIA SISTERS Banyo MAKIA Ndanga (1978) Batenyo MAKIA Oben (1982) THE KIENTCHA SISTERS Rachel KIENTCHA Tita (1986) Marie-Eleonor KIENTCHA (2000) THE MBONGO SISTERS Fese MBONGO Hamilton (1979) Fende MBONGO (1985) THE MENYOLI SISTERS Christine MENYOLI Margaret MENYOLI THE MAKOGE SISTERS Hanah Eba MAKOGE (1978) Gladys MAKOGE (1980) THE MONDOA SISTERS Susannah MONDOA (1978) Elizabeth MONDOA Quan (1982) THE MESEMBE SISTERS Martha MESEMBE (1977) Agnes MESEMBE THE MEOTO SISTERS Silo MEOTO (1997) Dora MEOTO (2003) THE NANA SISTERS Lucy NANA (1988) Philomene NANA (1990)
THE MUKUM SISTERS Edith MUKUM (1984) Linda MUKUM Ndofor (1994) THE MOTINDA SISTERS Regina MOTINDA Billong (1969) Rose MOTINDA (1981) TH E NDANGU/LAH SISTERS Kate NDANGU Njome (1984) Judith LAH Elad (1989) THE NANA SISTERS Christiana NANA (1967) Frida NANA (1968) THE NANJI SISTERS Glory NANJI Fobizshi Mercy NANJI Afa THE NDUMBE SISTERS Dora NDUMBE Eko (1983) Yoti NDUMBE Bodylawson (1991) THE NGAAJE SISTERS Mbange NGAAJE (1999) Koube NGAAJE (2001) THE NDIMBIE SISTERS Evelyn NDIMBIE (1975) Joyce NDIMBIE (1984) THE NGONG SISTERS Prudence NGONG Muluh Rosemary NGONG Kiffa
THE NGOLE SISTERS Florence NGOLE Martin (1980) Evelyn NGOLE (1985) THE NGENDE SISTERS Comfort NGENDE Mbafor (1967) Gladys NGENDE Njoh (????) THE NZEGGE SISTERS Roseline NZEGGE Ngaaje (1978) Quinta NZEGGE Untermeyer (1982) THE NVENGE SISTERS Florence NVENGE (1979) Bridget NVENGE (1982) THE NKWATE SISTERS Estella NKWATE Atekwana (1978) Vera NKWATE Ngassa (1980) THE POLLE SISTERS Florence POLLE (1977) Ernestine POLLE Mbacham (1980) THE OZIMBA SISTERS Olivia OZIMBA (1976) Constance OZIMBA (1981) THE OBENSON SISTERS/TWINS Ethel OBENSON Abangma (1981) Patricia OBENSON (RIP) (1981) THE TAMBE SISTERS Ekoke (Julie) TAMBE (198O) Lydia TAMBE Samkoh - RIP (1990)
THE TAKUSI SISTERS Marie TAKUSI Njowo (1982) Genevieve TAKUSI Makia (1990) THE QUAN SISTERS Sike QUAN (1980) Mboti QUAN Kisob (1984) THE TENDO SISTERS Margaret TENDO Besong (1967) Lilian TENDO Wambua (1970) THE TEMBE SISTERS Esther TEMBE (1980) Estella TEMBE Fokunang (1984) THE TANGA SISTERS Isobel TANGA Wilma TANGA THE ACHU SISTERS Gabriella Apongha ACHU (1997/1999) Naomi Fruh-Ngwing ACHU (2000/2002)
THE ASSAM SISTERS Larissa ASSAM (2003) Charlene ASSAM (2005) THE CHU SISTERS Tabogho Chu (1998) Maloa Chu (2003) THE EMBOLA SISTERS Florence (Sissako) Tamko EMBOLA (1977) Ursula (Ndolo) EMBOLA (19??) THE EKOSSE SISTERS Betty EKOSSE Dorean EKOSSE (2002) THE EBONGALAME SISTERS Pamela EBONGALAME Macaulay (1985) Ewande EBONGALAME
THE FORFEKE SISTERS Patience FORFEKE Cherno Barry (1984) Mercy FORFEKE (1986) THE ETTA SISTERS Valerie ETTA (2003) Queen ETA (2004) THE ENOW SISTERS Judith ENOW Acha-Fonge (1985) Ida ENOW THE INONI SISTERS Loretta Inoni Shirley Inoni (1999)
THE IKUNDI SISTERS Milly IKUNDI Joffi IKUNDI (2002) THE IKOME/LYONGA SISTERS Elsie Ebenye IKOME (1969) Mary Eposi LYONGA ( 1976) THE MONONO SISTERS Enjema MONONO Limunga MONONO (2003) THE LIFANJE SISTERS Karen LIFANJE (1988) Martha LIFANJE (1989) THE JINGWA SISTERS Viola JINGWA Llewlyn (1982) Julie JINGWA Jackson THE NSEM-ARREY SISTERS Mariette NSEM-ARREY (2003) MaNchong NSEM-ARREY THE NJINIMBAM SISTERS Helen NJINIMBAM Gwanfogbe (1972) Emeline NJINIMBAM Fodje (1976) THE NDANGOH SISTERS Amuka NDANGOH (2003) Alison NDANGOH THE WOKS SISTERS Emma WOKS (2003) Nancy WOKS THE TAKANG SISTERS Becky TAKANG Enow (1978) Manyi TAKANG THE USAMATU SISTERS Jumai USAMATU Patou USAMATU (2003) "DYNASTIES" THE ANYANGWES Stella Nwigwe ANYANGWE (1969) Regina Blanche ANYANGWE Achu (1974) Caroline ANYANGWE (1977) Florence ANYANGWE Fonteh (1978) Mercy ANYANGWE Moni (1981) Njwen ANYANGWE Ngute (1985) Ngwisang ANYANGWE (2002) Ambo ANYANGWE (2004) Mandi ANYANGWE (2006) Tessa Awum ANYANGWE (2010) THE BODYLAWSON SISTERS Christy (Naduvi) BODYLAWSON (1977) Jennet Kokovi BODYLAWSON Kale (1978) Kaevi BODYLAWSON (1983) Chochovi BODYLAWSON Situ BODYLAWSON Henriette BODYLAWSON (RIP) THE DOHNJIS Justina Ngwa DOHNJI (1967) Benedette DOHNJI Paulette DOHNJI (1985) RIP Bridget DOHNJI (1988) Doris DOHNJI Moki (1988) Catherine DOHNJI Mercy DOHNJI THE FOMUKONGS Evelyn FOMUKONG Ugwuzor (1978) Isabelle FOMUKONG (1981) Bih FOMUKONG Atanga (1987) Tenguh FOMUKONG Fokam (1987) Esong FOMUKONG Etta (1995) Nkwanyuo FOMUKONG (1995) Mah-Fri FOMUKONG (1997) THE FOMUNYAM CLAN Grace FOMUNYAM Orock (1975) Patience FOMUNYAM (1984) Vanessa OROCK (2005) Alberta OROCK (2014) Nadia FOMUNYAM (2005) Hermine FOMUNYAM (2016) THE EKIKO CLAN Dora Belinda EKIKO Sabatini (1966) Bernice EKIKO Ashu (1970) Barbara N. EKIKO (1977) Dora EKIKO Enow (1989) Esther N. EKIKO (1986) Bertha EKIKO (1998) Lorraine Ashu Bullock (1992/1995) Lilian Agbor-Arrey (2010) Pereviva Besong (2009) Elaine Finjap (2011) Bernice Finjap (2008) Elke Enow (20??) THE GHOGOMUS Alice GHOGOMU (1971) Rosaline GHOGOMU (1973) (RIP) Mercy GHOGOMU (1975) Adela GHOGOMU (1977) Emilia GHOGOMU (1981) Bridget GOGHOMU (1983) Janet GOGHOMU (1983) THE GOBINAS Mary GOBINA Ebie (1970) Sophie GOBINA Apande (1974) Elizabeth GOBINA Ndeley (1978) Judith GOBINA (1981) Rose GOBINA Hilmara (1980) Sally GOBINA (1986) THE HADDISONS Daisy HADDISON Etya'ale (1969) Christiana HADDISON (1969) Fanny HADDISON Elsie HADDISON Wope (1974) Hannah HADDISON Williams (1975) Elizabeth HADDISON (1983) Clementine HADDISON (1984) Drusillia HADDISON (1985) Jacobine HADDISON (1990) THE MANGAS Catherine MANGA Mukete (1995) Rebecca Ewenye MANGA (2007) Esther Namondo MANGA Mouchili (2004) Catherine Nanyongo MANGA Jr.(2014/H.S) Anastasia Enanga MANGA (2015) Flora Mojoko Limunga MANGA (2016) Annet Enanga MANGA (2016) THE LITUMBE CLAN Lydia LITUMBE Inoni Pauline LITUMBE Njoku (1970) Hannah LITUMBE Mbako (1975) Sally LITUMBE Njie (1986) Francisca LITUMBE Ncho (1975) Pauline LITUMBE Hill (1983) Liengu LITUMBE Martin (1970) Enany LITUMBE Njie (1979) Embelle LITUMBE (1982) THE MOLULUS Catherine MOLULU Grace MOLULU Ngomba (1979) Irene MOLULU Shupo (1987) Edith MOLULU Dorothy MOLULU Vivien MOLULU THE MBIWANS Eyere MBIWAN Takor (1969) Ebob MBIWAN Tanyi (1974) Namondo MBIWAN Ndando (1979) Frida MBIWAN (1980) Egbe MBIWAN Monjimbo (1981) THE MBUAGBAWS Miriam MBUAGBAW (1979) Comfort MBUAGBAW (1983) Helen MBUAGBAW (RIP) 1985 Agbor MBUAGBAW (1985) Jacqueline MBUAGBAW (1989) Dorean MBUAGBAW THE NKWANYUOS Gwendoline NKWANYUO (1978) Martha NKWANYUO Ayuk (1981) Agnes NKWANYUO Tansinda (1981) Rose NKWANYUO (1990) Sariette NKWANYUO (1990) THE NTUBAS Mispah NTUBA Itoe (1969) Francesca Ngoh NTUBA (1969) Kidi NTUBA Makia (1979) Gloria NTUBA Jua (1981) Belle NTUBA (1986) Njie NTUBA Ahlijah (1990) Dibo NTUBA Mbene NTUBA Fule NTUBA Roepeter Wuke NTUBA Dibo NTUBA Frankie Belle NTUBA THE TAMBES Elizabeth TAMBE (1966) Mary TAMBE Tabot (1975) Arrah Atem-TAMBE (1993) Edith Atem-TAMBE (1994) Ntoh Atem-TAMBE (1996) Nkehe Bita-TAMBE (2008)
MARRIAGES MADE IN HEAVEN ... & IN SAKER!!! SAKERETTES WITH SAKERETTE "SEALS" / "S-I-Ls"!! (SISTERS-IN-LAW)
- Egbe MONJIMBO nee MBIWAN > Dorcas, Hannah & Charlotte MONJIMBO - Namondo NDANDO nee MBIWAN > Genevieve NDANDO - Joan ASOBO nee SHU > Angeline ASOBO - Joan TEMBUNDE nee EKOBENA > Stella, Patience, Philomene, Vera & Mildred TEMBUNDE - Clara ALLOTEY nee IGWACHO > Emma SOLOMON Lebaga - Elizabeth QUAN nee MONDOA > Sike QUAN & Missy QUAN Kisob - Magdalene NKENG nee ENO > Victorine, Elma, Caroline & Cecelia NKENG - Batenyo OBEN nee MAKIA > Belinda OBEN Assam - Anita ETTA nee BALINGA & Esong ETTA nee FOMUKONG > Maru ETTA Nkwelle - Ethel ABANGMA nee OBENSON > Gladys ABANGMA and Rose ABANGMA Oma - Betty LUMA nee MWAMBO > Janet (Eli) LUMA (RIP) - Senge MBONGO nee IYOK > Fese MBONGO Hamilton & Fende MBONGO - Genevieve MAKIA nee TAKUSI > Tambi Nyenti MAKIA - Eleanor ATOGHO nee ETA & Mboni ATOGHO nee LIFANDA > Jessie ATOGHO Ekukole & Mma ATOGHO Tiedeu - Boh GEH nee Fielding > Evelyn GEH Jato & Linda GEH - Mbone MBALLESUBE nee Ngalame > Mirabel Sube MBALLE - Paulyne NTUBA nee Ngalame > Mbene NTUBA - Poupe ETA nee Ekindi > Eleanor Atogho nee ETA, Agbor, Yebiy, & Takang ETA - Beryl-Ann TAKOR nee Mbome > Manyi, Egbe, Ayuk and Achare TAKOR - Senge BALIMBA nee Ekaney > Mpoke BALIMBA Njabon & Patricia BALIMBA - Rose EKOBENA nee Esaka > Joan EKOBENA Tembunde & Lilian EKOBENA - Matuh AWUNTI nee Ntumngia > Mbiniwi AWUNTI Waindim & Nanjui AWUNTI
IN-HOUSE "DEALS" !!
You bet there are some tremendously BLESSED "
" (Mothers-In-Law) who are guaranteed tasty, delicious & delectable
any time they show up at their "DEAL's" (D-I-L - Daughter-In-Law's) residence, because their sons chose well,taking a "RAT" for a wife! here's that exclusive list:
Agnes Eyere MBIWAN Takor (1969) > SAKERETTE "DEAL", Beryl Ann TAKOR nee MBOME ('93) Juliana SIMO MAX (1967) > SAKERETTE "DEAL", Dr. Bisoh SIMO nee CHUMBOW ('99) Gladys EGBE Ngwafor (1977) > SAKERETTE-CARAT "DEAL", Dr. Sharon NGWAFOR nee MBACHAM
INTRODUCING (DRUM ROLL & TWO GUSTY TOOTS FROM MY VUVUZELA) ... THE "NATIONAL ORDER OF SAKERETTE MBANYIS "!!! OH YES! SOME VERY WISE BROTHERS SAW THAT THEIR BROTHER HAD FOUND HIMSELF "A GOOD THING" SO THEY TOO WENT & DID LIKEWISE!! ("COPY WORK" AIN'T NECESSARILY A BAD THING OH! IMITATION DOESN'T ALWAYS LEAD TO DANGER)
Here are the "inductees" into the "N.O.S.M." THE NGALAMES: * Mrs. Rose Valerie NGALAME nee KOME (1970) Married Justice Hans NGALAME (R.I.P) * Mrs. Adeley NGALAME nee NGALE (1976) Married Mr. Lewis Njumbe NGALAME (R.I.P)
THE MBANYAS: * Dr. Dora MBANYA nee SHU (1971), Married Mr. Jean-Claude MBANYA * Mrs. Rose MBANYA nee MISE (R.I.P.) (1977), Married Mr. Justin MBANYA
THE EKOS: * Mrs. Jaqueline EKO nee DIOH (1983) Married Mr. Kenneth Modinde EKO * Mrs. Dora EKO nee NDUMBE (1983) Married Mr. Gerald Esunge EKO
THE ATOGHOS: * Mrs. Eleanor ATOGHO nee ETA (1983), Married Mr. Aatsa ATOGHO * Mrs. Mboni ATOGHO nee LIFANDA (1992), Married Mr. Awuro ATOGHO
THE LAMBES: * Dolly LAMBE nee LYONGA (1985), Married Mr. Molua LAMBE * Beatrice LAMBE nee BOANA (1985), Married Mr. Teke LAMBE * Kate LAMBE nee KUMBONGSI (1984), Married Mr. Ndive LAMBE * Vivian LAMBE nee GWENSON (1984), Married Mr. Toko LAMBE (Uncle)
"DIASPORA SAKERETTES" (Sakerettes who attend(ed) S.B.C. while resident outside of Cameroon)
1. ENDUM TEKE (CARAT) - U.S.A 2. CHOLAG AWUNTI - U.S.A. 3. CHLOE Mc GOUGH (CARAT) - FRANCE
THE SAKER-SASSE CONNECTION!!
Now, I'm not sure how many people remember the well known and oh-so-funny "in those days" jingle that went thus:
"Have you been to Saker Hill? Just to see the Saker Girls, Sasse Boys are roaming about, Just because of Saker Girls!
Principal must see to it, Parents must pay money, Nightwatchman must do his job, Just because of Saker Girls!"
WELL, SOME SASSE BOYS' "ROAMING ABOUT" DID ACTUALLY YIELD FRUIT - INSPITE OF BINDIE'S PALAVER LETTER EFFORTS!!
HERE ARE JUST A FEW SOBA - ExSSA COUPLES To Prove It!
* THE MELONES - Patience ABANDA & Mr. Francis MELONE * THE QUANS - Elizabeth MONDOA & Mr. JJ QUAN * THE TANSINDAS - Agnes NKWANYUO & Mr. FRANCIS TANSINDA
* THE OBENS - Batenyo MAKIA & Dr. Felix OBEN
* THE EKOS - Dora NDUMBE & Mr. Gerald EKO * THE EKOS - Jaqueline DIOH & Mr. Kenneth EKO * THE TAMBIS - Dora CHU & Dr. TAMBI * THE MBUAGBAWS - Eni MUNA & Mr. Enow MBUAGBAW
* THE MBUAGBAWS - Oneke ETA & Mr. Tony Tambi MBUAGBAW
* THE ETAS - Poupe EKINDI & Mr. Oboko ETA
* THE ETAMES - Anwi NGANDO & Mr. John ETAME
* THE TAKORS - Beryl-Ann MBOME & Mr. Takor TAKOR
* THE EJEDEPANG-KOGES - Sylvie MAKOGE & Mr. Koge EJEDEPANG-KOGE
* THE TEMBUNDES - Joan EKOBENA & Mr. Paul TEMBUNDE
* THE NDELEYS - Elizabeth GOBINA & Mr. Steve Ndiva NDELEY
* THE OJONGTAMBIAS - Regine Kulu MOFA & Mr. Cyril OJONGTAMBIA
* THE EKUKOLES - Jessie ATOGHO & Mr. Bob EKUKOLE
* THE MATUTES - Mariana Mojoko ENDELEY & Dr. Martin Molua MATUTE
* THE FULLERS - Evelyn FUOCHING & Mr. Charles FULLER
* THE NGUTES - Njwen ANYANGWE & Dr. Franklin NGUTE
* THE ENEMES - Lucy AWEH & Mr. Steve ENEME
* THE MBAKOS - Hannah LITUMBE & Dr. Aloysius MBAKO
* THE SHUPOS - Irene MOLULU & Mr. Francis SHUPO
* THE NFONOYIMS - Susannah MONDOA & Dr. Jay NFONOYIM
* THE TANIFUMS - Patty ORINJI & Mr. Oscar TANIFUM
* THE EKOBENAS - Rose ESAKA & Mr. Eddie EKOBENA
* THE ACHA-FONGES - Judith ENOW & Mr. William ACHA-FONGE
* THE NGWAFORS - Gladys EGBE & Dr. Ephraim NGWAFOR
* THE OBENS - Bessem ENOH & Mr. Ashu OBEN
* THE HADDISONS: Tima MOTUBA & Mr. Alexander Kodjo HADDISON
THE EKOS Dora NDUMBE & Mr. Esunge EKO THE ENEMES Lucy AWEH & Mr. Steve ENEME THE TANSINDAS Agnes NKWANYUO & Mr. Francis TANSINDA
THE TANIFUMS Patty ORINJI & Mr. Oscar TANIFUM THE CHUNGONGS Stella SHU & Mr. Martin CHUNGONG THE MUKETES Catherine MANGA & Mr. Elvis MUKETE
THE NFONOYIMS Susannah MONDOA & Dr. Jay NFONOYIM
Anne Yakum Fondufe & Ozong Agborsangaya-Fiteu Anne & Ngonde Martins Puepet who came aaaaall the way from "Naija"! Rev. Esther Tanga GADPAILLE, also President of ExSSA-USA, officiates!
Reverend Gadpaille is back to being simply Mrs. Gadpaille; Sis Mary Tambe TABOT & Monsieur! OZONG!
Sis Jessie Atogho Ekukole with The FONDUFES - first Anne, (far left), and then her beloved CAT Clement, (Far right). (With Anne Yakum Fondufe & Gwendoline Ndive Monangai, (Center)
Sis Bri Fondo Davies & Oga
Agnes & Ernest NJABA (Left) Sharon Romero Smith, Hannah Njonjo Dibonge & Aggie Achuo Njaba (Above Left) Hannah Njonjo Dibonge & Aggie Achuo Njaba (Above)
IF THAT WERE NOT SO, WHAT DO YOU THINK PROMPTED THIS DEAR SOBAN TO SEND THE FOLLOWING EMAIL TO HIS SOBA AMERICA EGROUP BACK IN NOVEMBER OF 2008???
To: firstname.lastname@example.org From: ekille@XXXXX.com Date: Tue, 18 Nov 2008 21:08:56 +0100 Subject: SobaAmerica Bravo Saker Baptist College!!
Amazing, this great performance of Baptist Schools [and Catholic Schools]!! St. Jo 4th.
Saker Baptist College is obviously an appropriate "Hunting Farm" for anyone looking for a "good" wife. Could anybody here provide information on hunting tactics / strategies?
WELL, SOMEONE FORWARDED HIS EMAIL TO OUR ExSSA-USA EGROUP & SINCE I WAS RAISED BOTH AT HOME & IN SAKER TO BE "THE GOOD SAMARITAN" & NOT THE HEARTLESS PRIEST & LEVITE WHO JUST WALKED ON BY & LEFT THE POOR "ATTACKED-BY-ROBBERS" MAN TO PERISH, I RUSHED TO THE DEAR SANGO'S AID WITH THIS RESPONSE, AND I STAND BY IT, 6 GOOD YEARS "AFTER THE FACT"!
To: email@example.com; EX-SakerUSA@yahoogroups.com; firstname.lastname@example.org From: email@example.com Date: Wed, 26 Nov 2008 10:03:15 -0500 Subject: [EX-SakerUSA] SobaAmerica Bravo Saker Baptist College!!
My, my, my!!!
I don’t know how on God’s (not-so-green-anymore) earth I missed seeing the fantastic email below from a week ago!! It has sure made my day which, I must say, was already off to a wonderful start, given that it began with me “Oshay Baba-ing” and “Imela-ing” myself into a sweaty mess, courtesy of SISTAH AGATHA MOSES, via YouTube! Nothing like a PRAISE & EXERCISE COMBO!!!
Now, back to this email from this precious SOBAN who may have just earned himself a “free season pass” to the D.C. Convention! As for the “hunting tactics” he’s seeking, I don’t think I can come up with anything other than to warn him NOT to try getting any tips from Sarah Palin oh! Moose hunting tactics don’t apply when it comes to Sakerettes!!!
Obviously, the people who are best placed to give him sound advice are our Saker CATs, but what I can do to “help a brother out” is emphasize the BENEFITS (which go way beyond academics), of choosing a Saker girl for a wife - for better or for “ndon”; No “cam we stay” or “lay away” on the horizon! So here’s what I have to say to this dear Sakerette Wife-Seeking Soul:
1. In these economically tough times, no female on the planet is better equipped to cope with a shrinking budget than the average Saker girl oh, Pappy! Put on a blind fold, do your “tumbu-tumbu” and pick out any Saker girl: I bet you that the “dandruff scraping” and “scalp oiling” skills she learned in Saker will drastically cut down on, if not completely eliminate expensive visits to the Salon for herself and the kids. She will reduce your utility bill to single digits because she is capable of taking a decent shower with drops of water that could barely fit in a teacup (on good days) or a thimble (on not-so-good days). She is used to charcoal irons (or straw mats under the mattress), stretching combs and flashlights so you do not need to worry about the power/energy side of things either. Furthermore, having fared quite well on a “banga school” and “one bite” diet, I bet she will be able to make “nutritional adjustments” should the need arise. Something else you might be able to save on would be lawn care. Not even the Russian peasants of old could wield a scythe the way a Saker girl can handle a "lance" on her “plot”! Any lawn mower that can stand up to her prowess has yet to be invented!
2. You will not find anyone anywhere (male or female) that can cope as well with pressure, anxiety and fear. When you have faced Madam Enow or Miss Kern in an inspection line knowing full well that you still have plantain gum or “cutex” on your fingers/finger nails and that the name embroidered on the inside flap of the blue sack you are wearing is NOT yours, and when you have failed to wilt under Mr. Ntonifor’s piercing glare, you can face anything in this world!
3. You might have some brothers out there who have heard that Saker girls are “prudes”. I would say, quite proudly, that many of us are “prudish” but I would also be quick to add that we can be quite “risqué” when we choose to be! Just ask any Saker girl that was in SBC in the late 70s and early 80s and they will tell you that we were into the “nudist colony” thing that far back, with Form 5 girls taking their baths (much to poor BABA’s shock and dismay), out in the open on the Armstrong, King & Witt House lawns!!! We are also risk takers, which explains why some of us were hardy/bold enough to “branch” on the way back from Church on Sunday morning when we knew Miss Binder could walk or drive right by and write our names on her palm and why even more of us, despite being acutely aware of a possible 1 WEEK SUSPENSION PLUS "HARD LABOR" consequence, lingered on talking to “Prince Charming”, when our watches clearly told us that there were only 2 minutes left before “Outing” was over. Need I mention the Bay Saloon cliques??!!
4. I don’t know what year you were born but if you are not part of the “Joromi” / “Guitar Boy” generation, I suspect it may be after the 70s, in which case, you might not know the song that goes:
“I be don hear your news, You be wuru-wuru / kata-kata woman oh, Any corner for Kumba eh, Baby na waya, Any man pikin oh, You say na ya boyfriend…”
This, sadly, may describe some “wenches” from other schools I am not willing to name here but if you want a good description of a Saker Damsel, allow me to refer you to Proverbs 31:10-31 , especially verse 24 (KJV), because it probably explains why many of us LOVE girdles.
Just a little “mise en garde” dear Bro ! Be prepared to sign pre-, mid-, and post-nuptial agreements involving “sundry” issues like watching the kids without calling or grumbling when “Madame” has gone to the Convention – wherever it is taking place, South Africa included! Also we do not hire Private Investigators to do background checks on prospective CATS; we do it ourselves and we are far more efficient than the FBI and CIA combined so be careful, sincere and honest. You don’t want the CCBS (“Chuku-Chuku Beep” Squad) on your trail – or tail for that matter.
Good Luck, Mola!
Have a BLESSED and SAFE Thanksgiving, everyone!
Egbe Mbiwan Monjimbo.
PROUD SOBANESE!! I am no Lawyer, but I don't have to be one to understand the importance of "EXHIBIT A" when it comes to proving one's point so: WHY NOT GLANCE THROUGH THE ALBUM BELOW & SEE JUST HOW MANY SAKERETTE SPOUSES GRACED THIS MONTH OF FEBRUARY 2014 SOBA -YAOUNDE MEETING with their presence, in true "TON PIED, MON PIED" style!!
MAÎTRE FONDUFE with Former British P.M. TONY BLAIR, a couple of years ago.
Mrs. SUSAN EWANGA NKEMBE PRESIDENT, ExSSA-MN
AND NOW, I CANNOT THINK OF A BETTER WAY TO REST MY "SAKERETTES JUST ROCK" CASE THAN TO SIMPLY RE-POST BELOW THIS OH-SO-HONEY SWEET NOTE THAT A PRECIOUS, OBVIOUSLY & UNDERSTANDABLY "SMITTEN" CAT POSTED IN THE GUEST BOOK OF THIS VERY WEBSITE FOR ALL THE WORLD TO SEE:
N.C. Azinwi Saturday, 9/21/13, 3:30 AM
A true piece of outstanding creativity and skill...and that is an understatement. Going through the website made me fall in love, once again with the person I now consider my true soulmate... a Sakerette!
From: Bellinzona, Switzerland
Mr. MARTIN CHUNGONG & Wife, Dr. STELLA SHU CHUNGONG, Class of 1980 Mr. MARTIN CHUNGONG & Wife, Dr. STELLA SHU CHUNGONG, Class of 1980 Mr. MARTIN CHUNGONG SECRETARY GENERAL OF THE IPU News Release
First ever African elected as IPU Secretary General
Geneva, 20 March 2014
Cameroonian Martin Chungong has been elected as the new Secretary General of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU), the first African to hold the post in its125-year history.
A record attendance of IPU Members made their choice on the closing day of the 130th IPU Assembly in Geneva.
Chungong, who is the current IPU Deputy Secretary General, will take over from Anders B. Johnsson who officially retires at the end of his fourth mandate on 30th June this year.
Chungong had worked in the Cameroonian parliament for14 years before joining IPU in 1993. His career at the Organization has focused on developing and leading programmes aimed at strengthening parliaments by being more modern, representative and effective institutions that are better able to fulfill their democratic mandate.
“This is a truly exciting time to take on this challenge. Issues relating to peace and democracy are at the heart of many of the major issues facing the world today,” says Chungong. “People everywhere are demanding more from their political representatives and from their parliaments in a rapidly evolving age. My commitment is to help parliaments meet this challenge head on.”
The Secretary General elect ran against two other candidates – Shazia Z. Rafi (Pakistan), former Secretary General of Parliamentarians for Global Action and Geert Versnick, former Belgian MP.
He speaks fluent English and French as well as Cameroonian dialects.
Chungong will be IPU’s eighth Secretary General since the Organization was created in 1889. All previous incumbents have been Europeans.
SON EXCELLENCE et MADAME! Les Belles Dames de Son Excellence! The Wife, The Daughters & The Grand Daughter!
H.E. attending the August 2013 ExSSA-USA Annual Convention in New York.
H.E. Nkwelle Ekaney & Sakerette first Lady of Cameroon in the UK, Sis Janet Nzuonkwelle Ekaney (Class of '71) play host to holiday maker, Dr. Stella Nwigwe Anyangwe (Class of '69), and Sissako Tamko (Class of '77), on diplomatic communication internship in London, at the Cameroon Residence in Hampsted.
Saturday, December 22nd 1993 - Bamenda, Cameroon
"CAT" PROFESSOR CARLSON ANYANGWE APPOINTED RECTOR!!!
Professor Anyangwe attending a Conference on Criminal Law, a few years ago
It is my pleasure to inform you that our very own CAT, PROFESSOR CARLSON ANYANGWE has just been appointed RECTOR of THE WALTER SISULU UNIVERSITY, in BUTTERWORTH, SOUTH AFRICA. Prior to this appointment/Promotion which was confirmed on Friday, May 30th 2014, he was the Executive Dean of the School of Social Sciences at THE WALTER SISULU UNIVERSITY, MTHATHA, South Africa. CONGRATULATIONS are certainly in order for the illustrious Professor and his equally phenomenal spouse, Class of 1969 "MAJOR", Dr. Stella Nwigwe Anyangwe. We wish them both continued success in their every endeavor!
GOD SPEED!!! REAL "FLYING" NEWS! (Literally!) This Saker-Sasse "Thing" is a real "NA TE NA BWINDEA" Affair oh! BEHOLD the SOBA-AMERICA PICTURE & COMMUNIQUE below for thyself ...
"The SOBAN AIR FORCE ONE takes off in preparation to facilitate the trip for critical attendees, among which are the melodious Saker Singers from around the country led by the MN branch who plan to inject acoustic excellence into the event. Do not miss this 75th anniversary celebration featuring the voices of our Saker sisters."
They went, they saw, THEY REPRESENTED !
PLEASE CLICK ON PICTURE ABOVE TO VIEW PICTURES OF THE EVENT ExSSA-MN's Sis Ndome Esaka Ekobena, (Class of '79), heading out to the SOBA GALA! THE VIP's of ExSSA-DALLAS' Powerful Delegation to the SOBA-AMERICA CONVENTION, Mrs. Miranda Ngonga Kwame (President - left), and Mrs. Linda Mukum Ndofor, PR - right)