Friday, August 3, 2018

Residents of the Paul Biya Center of Technological Excellence in Douala received their Computer donation from the Head of State yesterday


Prof. François-Xavier Etoa, representing the Minister of Higher Education, was speaking on the occasion of the ceremony of handing over computers from the presidential gift, intended for students of the IAI-Cameroon, Center of technological excellence Paul Biya of Douala. Ceremony organized in the premises of Gicam in Bonanjo.

"You are a generation of job creators. The economic takeoff will start from you, "said the rector to his young audience, invited to develop a winning spirit, to overcome any difficulties that may arise on their course.




A course that will not miss opportunities, given the area that is theirs. "Digital is a niche of jobs. We really believe in you," said the representative of Minesup, asking the recipients of the day to turn resolutely the back of the facility.

The IAI-Cameroon resident representative, Armand Claude Abanda, after paying tribute to the presidential couple for their actions towards the youth and within the social framework, assured that the residents of the Douala center would make the best possible use of the received computers: develop innovative projects and create wealth.

"I invite you to let your creative spirit explode, to take the path of excellence, which goes through personal and institutional discipline," said the resident representative.




Nelly F., a Systems and Networks student, said she was delighted after receiving her computer, which she holds tightly against her handbag: "I'm glad I had this device. I did not expect this gift, "she says, before considering the uses it will make.

It is possible that other young people in the city will soon feel the same: the rector of the University of Douala has slipped to the media that other Ipes (private institutes of higher education) could soon receive computers from of the presidential gift.

During the ceremony, the president of the students of the center read a motion of support and thanks addressed to the President of the Republic, in which the "deep gratitude" of the beneficiaries was expressed.