UDs concords with President’s message
Dschang SIC/UDs 11/02/16.Celebrations marking the 50th edition of the National Youth day in Cameroon were observed at the ceremonial ground of Dschang on the 11th of February at 10.00 am. In his early speech rebroadcast at the Ceremonial ground, the Head of state President Paul Biya in line with the theme for this year ‘Youth citizenship and fight against insecurity for the advent of an emerging Cameroon’ reminded the youths to be security conscious, demonstrate economic patriotism, and embrace agriculture and digital economy. He assured them of a 3 year special youth plan, the setting up of three pilot centres of excellence geared towards youth development.
During the march pass celebration which marks the end of the one week filled with activities, numerous schools, institutions, clubs and associations took part to crown the day’s event. The colourful event was marked by dexterous display of youth from the different schools who expressed support to the Head of State through their songs dressing and banners. Songs such as the promotion of national integrity, fight against insecurity were sung by various youth groups. The University of Dschang in its usual colourful display opened the march pass for higher institution which was led by the Chef DASA/UDs. The majorettes followed suite with some students dressed in the green, red and yellow T- shirts with a motion of support for the president.
The Faculty of Letters and Social Sciences, dressed in sport wears carried a banner tagged “Happy 50th youth day, to all young Cameroonians”. The Faculty of Law and Political Sciences had the banner tagged “Cameroon youths are happy and united on their 50th Anniversary”. The Faculty of Economics and Management Sciences had “Yes to a young dynamic and responsible citizen”. The Faculty of Sciences displayed the banner tagged “the way leading to success depends solely on hard work”. The university march pass ended with the passage of clubs and associations. It is worth noting that the Faculty of Agronomy and agricultural sciences was crowned 1st among the higher institutions of learning during the event. /