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Burial Of Cameroon Judge Famous For Fingering Fru Ndi’s 1992 Presidential Victory Announced!

By Eric Tataw – Thursday July 11, 2019.

Burial Of Cameroon Judge Famous For Fingering Fru Ndi's 1990 Presidential Victory Announced!
Gwanmesia née Doh Lucy Nahgua, former Cameroon’s Supreme Court Judge would be buried, Friday July 12, 2019.

The funeral program of a Cameroonian female judge said to be famous for handing over presidential victory in 1992 to President Paul Biya has been announced.

John Fru Ndi, Chair of Cameroon’s main opposition political party, Social Democratic Front (SDF) is said to have won presidential elections in 1992 before it was doctored in favour of Paul Biya, Cameroon’s President.

Other reports allege the deceased judge, Gwanmesia née Doh Lucy Nahgua intentionally changed the elections over night since she was a supreme court judge at the time.

Justice Gwanmesia would be buried, Friday July 12, 2019, an official interment schedule has indicated. A Requiem Mass has been said in the deceased’s residence, Wednesday July 10, 2019.

From 10 AM through 2 PM GMT, Thursday July 11, 2019, the schedule further indicates coffining at the Yaounde General Hospital Mortuary, honours at the Supreme Court in the country’s capital, Yaounde, Holy Mass at the Mont Febe Benedictine Monastery Church and laying in State at her residence at the entrance into Hotel des Deputes.

Justice Gwanmesia who died on Tuesday June 4, 2019, in Yaounde, is a graduate of ENAM, a higher education sector in located in Cameroon’s capital training judges and administrators. She has held several positions of responsibility including; Vice-President of the South West Court of Appeals in Buea, among others.

A wake would be held at her residence late in the night of Thursday July 11, 2019, before the burial rite on Friday July 12, 2019, strictly on family.

Born on November 26, 1941, Justice Gwanmesia’s mother coincidentally, comes from Baba II in Mezam Division of Cameroon’s North West Region, same village as John Fru Ndi.

She would be buried in her hometown of Bali, one of the towns in the country’s North West hardest hit by a deadly armed conflict going in the region. Family sources however say there’re options she might be buried elsewhere if insecurity persists.

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