He arrived America on June 06th with his wife Kenso Helga and his Son Nathan who was 2 years 8 months old . Barely 6 months after their arrival, on that unfortunate day January 5th 2018, Elvis Ntoko had just returned from work complaining to his wife that he wasn't feeling too well as he laid on the floor. " I am feeling like electric shock on my legs , its coming to my waist " Elvis screamed. His wife asked him to take shower lets them go to the hospital for checkup and call off from work in subsequent days. As she was cooking, she heard him screaming again " my leg is electrocuted, its climbing up to my waist, my stomach, my chest , my head "....She immediately dialed 911 as she witnessed her husband's body getting swollen and unrecognizable . He was rushed to the hospital and since then , Elvis Ntoko has been transferred from one hospital to another and has never returned to his house. The hospital became his new home for 2 years until December 24th 2020 he died. He's body Remains is at White Oak medical Center Silver Spring Maryland. Elvis Ntoko didn't have enough time to secure a Life Insurance for himself.
He was a good husband, best dad to his son Nathan and best friend to many . He's easy going , jovial personality and smile made everyone around always feel welcomed and loved. Elvis Ntoko was the backbone supporting his family . He's originally from Cameroon in west Africa.
This is a humble request to all sympathizers please contribute as much as you can and help spread the words lets assist his wife with the funeral cost. Donations will go directly to his wife Kenso Helga Bei Dzekem. Thank you all.
- Jemea Najeme-Mosenge
- Warren Buchler
- Veronica Akwe
Organizer and beneficiary
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