Friday, 16 February 2018

Minister Jacques Fame Ndongo aka Grand Tita distributes 130 PBhev laptops to students of the University of Buea

The Minister of Higher Education Jacques Fame Ndongo aka Grand Tita last Wednesday February 14, 2018 personally handed over 130 President Biya's Higher Education Vision - PBhev laptops to students of the University of Buea.

The 13.898 bio-metrically registered students of the University of Buea (UB) for the Paul Biya-Higher Education Vision (PB-HEV) laptop computers have started receiving the gadgets. 
The Minister left Douala on the same day to Buea, after distributing the much talked about laptop to students of the University of Douala.
130 University of Buea recieved their toy boxes of the PBhev at the Limunga Njeuma ampitheater of the University of Buea, in the presence of dignitaries like Governor Okalia Bila of the South West Region, Horace Ngomo Manga VC of the institution, Officials of the school curious observers and thousands of students gathered for the event.

Addressing the students of the University of Buea, Minister Fame Ndongo explained that the gift from the Head of State, President Paul Biya, ia aimed at enabling students connect to the cyberspace of the world, and  to tap the latest knowledge to enhance their studies and assure success. He said the computers were of the latest technology and that it is  a wonderful tool for learning.
The UB students applauded when he told them in his words, “The Head of State has given you the best, make good use of it.” 
He said the Digital University (Université Numérique) was conceived for Cameroon so that the Country can progress from classical university to a real modern one.
He also said the computer-gifts were a didactic, pedagogic and even a magical tool for students to make a considerable leap in their education to become students not only of Cameroon or Africa but of the world.
 Ntui Oben Obi Agbor, a student of the instituton, praised President Paul Biya for promoting learning and culture and above all thanked him for having students at heart, in a vote of thanks.
The rest of the computers would be distributed in the various Faculties of UB to bio-metrically registered students so they reach every deserving learner. 
Professor Horace Manga stressed that each copy of the computer must be tested before being handed over to the students and once received no complaint would be entertained afterwards.

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