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Ndip Enow Mbah

Thank you very much Mr Martin Jumbam for your well researched articles and encouraging stories from Cameroon.keep it up brother in the lord!

Shufai Wo Kitukelah

The greatest humility and show of appreciation can be summed up in two words. "Thank you". Thank you Shufai wo Bastos for being you. I have read Tav Jumbam’s posting and it has struck a nerve like he will never know. Tav it is amazing the role Shufai Wo Bastos played in your life and it is rewarding to hear you say thank you. Many of us has been impacted by him over the years and this gives us a chance to reminisce and Thank Wo Bastos for being them.

Jude Nformi

So inspiring especially to learn how interactions and cultural aspects can shape who we are. It so amazing how with the influence of two very renown role models you could manage to take a decision that would shape you life forever.

Tem Damian

Prof is a fellow member of CMA Mvog Ada, and I tell you he is inspirational to us all. I am happy to be informed of the importance he served in your life. We look forward to him for advice on how we too can meet up not only on our professional lives but spiritual enrichment.

Thank You Sir.

Tatah Bridget Suiru

Thank you immensely Mr. Martin Jumban. Its good to know that even in death my beloved uncle and father Mr. John Bime fondly called 'JB' is still acknowledged for his friendly and fatherly love he had showed to all while on earth. I know he is resting in the Bossom of our Lord.
Thank you again.

DIVINE NJODZEKA

This is one of the most articulate write ups i have ever read.The honesty translate to a much bigger thing than just appreciation.
Oh Nso how many Prof Lantums and Fonlons still exist.
Tav only you can be this honest.
Divine

Abioseh Porter

What a gem! Martin, your memoirs will be both educational and much fun to read. Nso land, Yaoundé, Bamenda,Aix, Madrid, Paris, DC--hey school boy--Edmonton, Calgary, Mammoth Caves in Kentucky, Gainesville, St. Augustine, Florida, Princeton, the Philly area, among so many other places. What a fine life for a good man, buddy!

JUDITH Kibuh

Great write up uncle

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