Following their desire for future partnership, members of the ASMAC Debate Club and 237campus.com met Wednesday April 17th, for a preliminary meeting to discuss terms and conditions for the partnership. This collaboration is expected to benefit both parties in supporting and promoting their activities.
The round table discussions which lasted for about an hour were held at the restaurant of the Advanced School of Mass Communication.
The meeting, which was a first between both parties was geared at setting modalities and terms for an agreement to work in partnership in the future.
They started by introducing their organisations, and laying down their expectations.
The representative of the student’s website Larissa started by stating the goals, role and objectives of 237campus.com.
She explained that for now the information shared is only limited to ASMAC but as time goes by other institutions will be involved from the UY1 to UY2 and other integrated state universities in the country.
She expressed her gratitude for such an initiative of a coalition and promised that her group will do everything possible to include and integrate ADC activities in their area of focus.
She was well explicit and left no one in doubts anybody who attended this coalition meeting was very satisfied.
Mr ENOWMANYI the president of the ASMAC Debate Club expressed gratitude for having the student’s website bureau in his midst.
He emphasised the fact that it is not limited to a particular language, as one of the objectives of the Debate Club is to promote English and French the national languages of Cameroon, and also vernaculars.
Both camps present promised to discuss with their members, and draw up proposals and requirements for the partnership.
A second meeting will be scheduled in the days ahead, which will enable both parties draw up and sign a partnership agreement.
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