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« Commémoration du décès du Chef Ngoule Ewane Zacharie » Papa, il y a 2 ans que tu es allée te reposer. 20 Avril 2012 - 20 Avril 2014. Nous avons une Pensée Pieuse dans notre prière de ce jour. Repose en Paix Papa! Nous t’aimons Papa et surtout n\'oublie pas ta progéniture que tu as laisse sur cette terre. Merci de nous avoir donné la vie et que le Dieu tout puissant t\'accorde une place auprès de lui. Ta fille qui ne cessera jamais de t’aimer et qui te garde jalousement dans son petit cœur, quoique tu sois partie. Repose en Paix \"PAPA CHEF NGOULE EWANE ZACHARIE\", Car un Chef ne meurt pas, il se repose. Les habitants du quartier Nkoldongo Montee Zoe ou tu auras vecu pendant pres de 60 ans est prie de nous rejoindre dans notre priere de ce jour. Beni soit le jour où tu m’as donne la vie papa. \"Repose en Paix Papa Cheri\" Doudou Teclaire Ngoule\'S
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