Activist Joe La Conscience makes Godasse coffin for late indomitable lion Jacques Nguea. This native of Loum in the Moungo knew how to mark his generation. He played for the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon 53 times. Nicknamed “La Gazelle” for his burst of speed, he began his career with Ouragan de Loum. His city has chosen to pay a vibrant tribute to the latter by making a Godasse coffin for the last journey on earth of the deceased indomitable lion in retirement. It is the work of activist Joe La Conscience.
Jacques Nguea Enongue died on June 1st 2022, at the age of 67. The former Canon de Yaoundé player was part of the Cameroon selection which played in the World Cup in Spain in 1982, the very first of the Indomitable Lions and the 1984 African Cup of Nations won by Cameroon in Abidjan.
We will return to EYA’A, L’ECHASSIER, His Majesty NGUEA ENONGUE JACQUES
The latter exhibited his masterpiece in his carpentry in Loum. “ After the sarcophagi in planes, yachts, cathedrals, microphones, guitars, cars and also beds and cradles in cars, I am pleased to present to you the latest Godasse, by NGUEA ENONGUE JACQUES The former member of the hurricane of Loum, and the cannon of Yaoundé, the most terrible ambidextrous flying winger in African football, former globalist of 82, winner of the 1st African Cup of Nations 1984 in Abidjan, 5 times winner of the cup of Cameroon, 8 times champion of Cameroon 3 times winner of the African interclub cup “, sent to Actu Cameroun the activist Joe La Conscience.
It should be noted that the formerly indomitable lion who left us last June will begin his last journey on Thursday, July 21, 2020, by lifting his body from the morgue of the Yaoundé central hospital. This ceremony is scheduled for 2 p.m. “ We are going to pay EYA’A, THE ECHASSIER, His Majesty NGUEA ENONGUE JACQUES, a tribute worthy of the immense footballer that he was. I hope I have been up to this new challenge,” continued Joe La Conscience.