The pioneer North West ELECAM regional delegate, Chief Emmanuel Formoukum Ning who died last July 15th 2016 will be laid to rest on August 13th, 2016 in Weh village, Fungom Sub-division, Menchum division of the North West Region. Family sources revealed recently that the remains will be removed from the Bamenda regional hospital mortuary on Friday 12th August 2016 and transported to Weh for burial on Saturday 13th 2016.
An all-night vigil to pay last respect to the man who implanted the CPDM rigging apparatus in the North West region will be organized on Friday august 12th 2016. On August 13th, the remains will be transferred to the Ouwert royal palace where he served as chief. Prayers will be said before noon to pave the way for traditional rites and subsequently burial. The former ELECAM regional boss took ill recently in Weh village where he had taken up permanent residence shortly after his retirement in 2013 and was crowned as chief of the Ouwert chiefdom.