17 July 2017

Cameroon: The University of Douala - New Dynamism Expected

Newly appointed staff of the institution were commissioned into their functions July 13.

The Rector of the University of Douala has urged newly appointed staff to work hard in order to leverage the performance of the institution. Prof. François-Xavier, who also made known his expectation for a higher level of excellence, was speaking at the university campus July 13, 2017, shortly after commissioning ten staff of the university. They were appointed by two Presidential decrees on June 27, 2017.

In order to meet set objectives there is need for collaboration and motivation in the State University, reason why the Rector called for new dynamism from those installed and renewed efforts from old staff.

Those commissioned into their functions were René Joly Assako Assako and James Mouangue Kobila as Vice Rectors, and Henri Wamba as Secretary General. Four directors were also commissioned into their functions: André Tchoupie, Fridoline Ngo Nonga, Gothard Zie Zie and Eric William Massing Ma Massing. Léandre Nneme Nneme and Georges Bertrand Tamokwe Piaptie were installed into the functions as Directors of ENSET and the Higher Institute of Economic and Commercial Sciences, respectively. Robert Kpwang Kpwang was installed as Dean of the Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences.

At the end of the installation, Fridoline Ngo Nonga, acknowledged the tasked ahead of her: "There is work to do. I will put in my best to continue from where my predecessor left."


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