Cameroon – Education: After the Rebuilding of the Post and telecommunications school, Teachers and students thank Paul Biya

Written by Deckson N.

Through correspondence, students and teachers of the National Higher School of Posts, Telecommunications and Information and Communication Technologies (SUP’PTIC) praise the actions of the Head of State in favor of this institution.

On October 26, 2016, Head of State Paul Biya signed a decree appointing and reorganizing the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Postes et Télécommunications (ENSPT). At present, the establishment is known as the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Postes, des Télécommunications et des Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication – SUP’PTIC (National Higher School of Posts, Telecommunications and Information and Communication Technologies in English). According to the Daily Emergence published Tuesday, November 29, 2016, this is the reason why teachers and students of SUP’PTIC of Yaounde wanted to thank the Head of State.

Considering Decree No. 2016/425 of 26 October 2016 appointing and reorganizing the National School of Post and Telecommunications (ENSPT); Considering the integration of the incubator component into the new reorganization; Considering that SUP’PTIC students will now be represented on the board of directors … We reaffirm our full support for your program of major achievements whose implementation gives a high profile to the postal and telecommunications sector and to our school in particular ” , Indicate the students in a motion of support for the Head of State.

The teachers also expressed their satisfaction through a correspondence addressed to the Minister of Posts and Telecommunications, Minette Libom Li Likeng. “The signing of the presidential decree on the creation of SUP’PTIC marks the beginning of a more promising era for our school,” they argue, while welcoming the efforts made to restore their higher education and technical bonuses Suspended for 16 months. For them, the reinstatement of these bonuses has a positive impact on the social climate. The latter is all the more satisfying. Indeed, the allowances of permanent and temporary staff are paid despite the budgetary constraints of the moment.

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