Lifting body of the minister, deputy secretary general of the Presidency of the Republic was held on Thursday in the presence of Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh, personal representative of the Head of State.
Emotion and contemplation late Thursday morning at the morgue of Yaounde General Hospital which hosted the lifting body of the minister, deputy secretary general of the Presidency of the Republic, Peter Agbor Tabi. Many personalities, including the President of the Senate, marcel niat njifenji, members of the government, the ladies of the Circle of Friends of Cameroon (CERAC), colleagues of the missing teachers, many students and family members. In the midst of this world, the personal representative of the Head of State Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh, Minister, Secretary General of the Presidency of the Republic whose arrival on the scene has been the trigger for this moving ceremony.
As to the home of the remains there some days, there was an inter-religious prayer. The half dozen occasional speakers held to pray for the repose of the soul of the illustrious dead, but especially for families bereaved by the loss of this multidimensional man, died in Paris on April 26. “We know that death is not the end. It’s just the transition to a new world … the Lord is with you that we have and it is to you that we return … Let death be for him, the gateway to the light … “Did you heard representatives of different religious confessions. This before Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh and those present go to bow to the coffin covered with the green-red and yellow-flag set amid many bunches of flowers, including that of President of the Republic and Mrs Chantal Biya. The body left the morgue to 13 pm for the campus of the University of Yaounde I. Peter Agbor Tabi will be buried tomorrow in his village Ndekwai near Mamfe in the department of Manyu, South-West region, with the outcome of the official funeral decided in his honor by the head of state.