Wednesday, 22 May 2013

DISTRICT 102 PTO - 2013 STUDENT AWARDS- Our own 'son' and nephew on the spotlight! Time to celebrate with Ndallah!

NB: This article was originally published here:


"Welcome to tonight’s award presentation. The students that are here
with us have earned recognition from the PTO and their teachers for
their hard work in District 102.

Each year, two students, one boy and one girl, are selected by the 8th
grade teachers for their commitment to service, community
involvement and leadership. Often times, these are students who do
well academically, as well as help out with school, community or PTO
Ndallah N. Njongmeta 
"The next award is the Douglas Parks award. This award is presented each year to one outstanding 8th grade student who the teachers feel exemplify our Universal Values of Integrity. They are: Loyalty, Pursuit of Excellence, Citizenship, Caring, Respect, Trustworthiness, Fairness,

Honesty and Accountability. Dr. Parks hoped that the students of District 102 would consistently model these values. The recipient of the Douglas Parks award receives a $100. We are honored to announce Ndallah Njongmeta as this year’s recipient.

He is a diligent, responsible student who always has a smile on his face and is very considerate of others. Teachers state that Ndallah is a class leader who works well with others and takes initiative in class, demonstrating a level of maturity and integrity that should be commended. One of the most polite students in his class, Ndallah treats students and staff with the utmost respect. This year, Ndallah participated as a member of the band, chorus, and Aptakisic Business
Corporation. As a member the track and cross-country teams, it was
common to see and hear Ndallah offering encouragement to his
teammates, and providing assistance to struggling runners. AJHS is
fortunate to have such an outstanding student who models our District
102 Universal Values of Integrity in such caring, conscientious ways!
Congratulations to Ndallah for receiving this award!"............

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Ndallah Ntunibu Njongmeta is my elder sister's( Nenge Lynda Azefor Njongmeta) first son, named after our late father ! I am sooo proud of you and may you continue to shine! From aunty Mabi!

The Njongmetas -Ndallah, Lynda, Leo, Moema

Sunday, 12 May 2013

Happy mother's day cards from my kids!

Words can't express how I felt receiving these nicely worded cards and love from my children!
Thank you Ngwi.
Thank you Georgie Jnr.
Thanks hubby for your love.
Thank above all, the Lord for the gift of motherhood.

Saturday, 11 May 2013

Adieu Moise Bangteke of CRTV, FM 105 Swelaba!

By Mabi Azefor Fominyen

Moise Bangteke and Mabi  -CRTV  Littoral 2005.
This picture was taken at CRTV Littoral on March 8, 2005, during the Women's Day celebration, with Moise  Bangteke and I acting as MCs ( Impresarios). I still remember him jokingly saying to me " Attend je vais prendre une photo avec ma petite soeur, avec mes lunette noire .....!" Excuse my french!

According to his colleagues whom I joined on phone, Moise died yesterday( May 10, 2013),as he was being taken to the hospital, after collapsing during on a morning routine  walking exercise. Sad!

He had been on air the previous day and was expected to present his regular radio show from 10;am to 12noon, on Friday at FM 105 Douala, when news of his sudden death broke.

He was full of positive energy, life and vigour. Great qualities he wanted the younger generation of radio broadcasters to develop as they embarked on the FM radio entertainment business.

He was an exemplary and a devoted broadcaster, with an incredible youthful spirit that came across whenever he was on air!

You will be missed by many.
RIP Moise!