With a hand upon my heart, I feel The pride and respect For ever knowing such a great patriotic elite of our Clan. In the tears that now stream down my upturned face As our PDO flag waves above you in your glory and grace.
Light was the gift you unselfishly gave your people in all forms . In most cultural and educational events, you exhibited surmountable inspiration. Selflessness and simplicity was the price that you ultimately paid. Every day, I give my utmost admiration for your footprint. The sounds alone are enough to keep me alive, the language pulling away from meaning like flesh from bone but you taught us all Akamentso.
Even though you are no more, Your sacrifice lives on, The Pinyin Bible is an indelible mark You kept as a legacy. For your courage was way beyond normal, it was finally dedicated. You led us to a new dawn, We reaped peace as you faced an educational crusade
In the clan through the mother tongue. Got better lives as you gave up yours, You fought till your last breath, and the pinyin dictionary stands tall in your image and power. Akamentso, your type will take us decades to find.
The Makong family is proud of the Presbyterian Church You layed the foundation stone, Makong is drinking from the Source you tapped up the hill for the community to drink
From the youth wing to the Pinyin Development organization, You build a sense of belonging and direction in the Pinyin Clan. Your title Akamentso was by far merited and worked for.
I can’t forget your numerous writings on manuscripts to pocket Diary powerful teaching booklets “My child, as you leave home” will never depart from my memory. A speaker with wisdom and super intelligence. “Temel lodge “ beautified our clan with a 3 star motel in your honor. The mansion will surely receive your carcass.
A man full of charisma, handsome in his age as he just celebrated his 30th birthday. Akamentso, God loves people of your caliber, you could have stayed a bit longer but your assignment with the Lord was an unstoppable call to His vineyard. As you journey beyond, your our fathers and mothers there with you till we do meet forevermore.