CUIB Bids Farewell to Two of its Own

Posted on: July 05, 2016                  956 visits

Jean Paul Kenmoe ENP Coordinator and Njingo Julius Volunteer Accountant all from the Centre for Entrepreneurship Research and Innovation (CERI) were lauded by Eyong Thaddeus Director of CERI, who during a send off ceremony said, their exit will be felt as a result of their unflinching contribution to the activities of the Centre and the university as a whole.

During the send off ceremony Eyong Thaddeus told Kenmoe and Njingo they will forever remain in his heart as their inputs were in one word exceptional. As a culture of the Catholic University Institute of Buea (CUIB) gifts were given to both departing employees as a souvenir of their stay and contributions made to CUIB. Co-worker Tiengwe Laura stated that, the two will be remembered for their professionalism and work life balance. ENP Coach Guillaume Ndayizigiye on his part said the vacuum left by these two will not be forgotten in a hurry acknowledging their readiness to serve at all times.

In an emotional tone Jean Paul Kenmoe said “It is hard to say goodbye” as the family and working environment at CUIB will always bring him nostalgia, he went on to reveal that he was happy to have contributed his little ideas to CUIB especially as Organizing Committee Chair of the 2016 Academic and Entrepreneurial Trade Fair and as an Entrepreneurship Facilitator for students. He added that said these responsibilities during his stay at CUIB developed and improved his skills and competences. On his part Njingo Julius expressed gratitude to the management of CUIB for giving him the opportunity to serve as a volunteer and to learn from the experience of dynamic individuals citing the Director of CERI who gave him tasks which enabled him to bring out his skills talents and character in getting work done; he went on to say the peak of his work was when he was tasked to track book supply payments and the creation of an accounting system for the unit. To these he disclosed, he will forever be thankful to CUIB for the opportunity.

At the end of the ceremony the director of CERI Eyong Thaddeus bid them farewell on behalf of the CUIB Community wishing them better days ahead in their various endeavors.