By Beltha Mokube – Tuesday March 12, 2019.
A Cameroonian woman who served as Delegate of Secondary Education in Fako, one of the Divisions in Cameroon’s South West Region has died.
Helen Njomo Ikundi who’s also onetime Principal of Government Bilingual High School (GBHS) Limbe, died in West Virginia, an Eastern U.S. state, Monday, March 11, 2019, family sources have said.
Reports say she’s incumbent Chairlady of Presbyterian Church Bota Middle Farms- Limbe and was married to Dr. Fritz Ikundi.
She moved to the US with her husband and children after winning the DV Lottery. Family sources who confided in National Telegraph said the former Principal after battling with Cancer.
Reports say she had been to India for a treatment during which she underwent surgery but has now died and family members say it’s Cancer.
The Sakerette was a calm and kindhearted woman, loved and cherished by many. A family member who said burial arrangements are still pending also told National Telegraph on the phone her death is a big blow to many.