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Mr. William Ebot Akem is dead, buried but not forgetting because his legacy lives on. Mr. William died on the 8th of June 2012 after a protracted illness at the Presbyterian General Hospital in Kumba at the ripe age of 75.Mr. William Ebot Akem was the first of six children, Born to Pa Ebot Akem and Mama Amu Elisabeth (Both origins of Ogomoko Village Manyu) on the 10th of October 1937. He attended the Government Primary School Mamfe and earned his standard six leaving certificate in 1951. He later gained admission into the police college, Omuahia in Nigeria and upon graduation; he worked in Ibadan, Nsukka and Joss with the police force. Upon leaving Nigeria, Pa William gained admission into the west Cameroon clerical school in Bamenda, and later served at the poultry farm in Muyuka and the press book. Pa William worked with the High ways Department for a while and later joined the Ministry of Public Service and Administration and served in different capacities in Limbe, Buea, Kumba Tiko , Tombel and Bamusso.

Mr.Mboe of the Kumba1 Council (Left). Okada riders president and Rita in Ogomoko.

Bafaw choir entertaining the crowd.

Madam Irene and Mr. Alain at Ogomoko during wake service

Mr. William Ebot Akem was the first of six children, Born to Pa Ebot Akem and Mama Amu Elisabeth (Both origins of Ogomoko Village Manyu) on the 10th of October 1937. He attended the Government Primary School Mamfe and earned his standard six leaving certificate in 1951. He later gained admission into the police college, Omuahia in Nigeria and upon graduation; he worked in Ibadan, Nsukka and Joss with the police force. Upon leaving Nigeria, Pa William gained admission into the west Cameroon clerical school in Bamenda, and later served at the poultry farm in Muyuka and the press book. Pa William worked with the High ways Department for a while and later joined the Ministry of Public Service and Administration and served in different capacities in Limbe, Buea, Kumba Tiko , Tombel and Bamusso.

In 1984, pa William Ebot was transferred to Kumba where he served at the S.D.OS office till he retired in 1988 One of the greatest achievements of his life was in training his 10 children, and 4 of his late brothers children who had died earlier in 1978, with his minimum earnings .

At the morgue.

Mourners at the Morgue.

Nfon V.E.Mukete at the mortuary.

Pa William Ebot Akem was legally married to Ma Veronica Ashu Akem (of blessed memory) in 1972 with whom they lived until her death some six years ago. Pa Akem was diagnosed with hypertension and diabetes in the early nineties, ad later with prostrate and has been living with these illnesses for 14 years.

During funeral service at Catholic Church Kumba Town

k1c Workers during funeral in Kumba

Evangelist Ntuba and the Overcomers performing during wake service

May his gently soul rest in peace.

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