|RIP Ta Nformi Ngala Elvis|
Ngala Elvis, the Secretary General of Warr Cultural and Development Association, formerly administrative manager of CAMITEX, and worker at the Department of Documentation and Communication at the National Assembly was laid to rest in Mbot village on Sunday March 1, 2015. Present to pay last respect to the departed Wimbum hero were friends, family members and colleagues. VIP speakers at his burial included among others, Hon. Awudu Mbaya as well as Director of Documentation and Communication at the National Assembly.
Born on March 15, 1965 at Mbot, Ngala Elvis attended CS Mbot where he got his First School Leaving Certificate. The quest for more knowledge took him to Commercial High School Mubi(Nigeria) where he graduated in flying colours with RSA stage III. Back home after graduating in flying colours, Ngala Elvis taught at Ali Typing School in Ndu and from 1985-1987, he also taught at Bambili Comprehensive College while preparing for his GCE Advanced Level which he obtained with fascinating grades. In 1991, Ngala Elvis joined NIAST Nkambe as teacher and bursar. From 1995-2003, Ngala Elvis joined CAMITEX where he served as Administrative Manager and Accounting assistant. From 2004-2006 he was the Administrative Manager of Money Express and from 2007 to 2014, he was the Private Secretary to Hon. Awudu Mbaya, the Member of Parliament for Donga Mantung Centre and Quaestor at the National Assembly. In 2014, he was recruited at the National Assembly and transferred to the Service for Documentation and Communication where he served until was called up by the Almighty. Mr. Ngala as he was commonly called was also the President of Mbot Abee.
He is author of many published and yet to be published works of arts. Some of his publications include: The Guide on Good Leadership, A Pinching Shoe. May His Soul Rest in Perfect Peace.
|Director of Documentation and Communication (white gandura) in chat with Mbot elite before leaving for Yaounde|
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