10 Better Experts On Cameroon’s ICTs Market
The laureates of Huawei 2016 “Seed for the Future Programme,” got their end-of-course attestations in Shenzhen on Friday November 18, 2016 after theoretical and practical training.
Cameroon’s Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) industry has been enriched with ten fresh experts who can now combine theory, practice and latest innovations to boost the sector. The ten Cameroonian ICTs students - laureates of Huawei 2016 “Seed for the Future Programme,” got their end-of-course attestations in Shenzhen on Friday November 18, 2016. The certificate award ceremony was a culmination of a weeklong skills sharpening workshop at the headquarters of Huawei in Shenzhen city, Guangdong Province, South China.
From their faces and testimonies, the elated Cameroonian ICTs students are now beaming with enthusiasm to be served the chance to chip in their contributions to the development of the growth-induced sector in the country. After receiving their attestations, the Cameroonian flagbearers all expressed gratitude to Huawei Cameroon for what they unanimously said; through their spokesperson, Tchagna Kounanou Aurelle, was “a golden opportunity to learn latest ICTs evolutions as well as see and create contacts with fine experts thanks to whom Huawei is conquering the world with state-of-the-art products and services.”
As diverse as they are; selected from all the four corners of Cameroon, the Cameroonian fellows for the 2016 Huawei Seed for the Future Programme have varied ways in which they hope to use the knowledge acquired. But all in a bit to make ICTs an irresistible tool in Cameroon’s short, medium and long terms development drive.
To Biyo’o Zoa François Desire, Medjignia Lekougong Jelly Rool and Wandinga Leonard Ngonga, marching theory with practice as well as learning how the network evolves has been of great advantage for their future. While hoping to judiciously use the knowledge back in Cameroon in their areas of operation, they equally expressed the desire to share it with their peers so that together, they can improve on Cameroon’s ICTs development and in so doing contributing to the growth of the economy.
Meanwhile, to their co-learners like Clavis Lahfen, Amenge Ruth Ngomah and Nkamwa Marcel, studying modernity in ICTs networking and telecommunications puts them on the same podium with the rest of the evolving world especially in upcoming technologies like cloud computing and 5G. Speaking on behalf of Huawei during the certificate award ceremony, Simon Lacey, Senior Expert, Trade Facilitation and Market Access at the company said “when you need skills, you need ideas and creativity to be able to attain set objectives”
He urged the laureates to continually cultivate Huawei’s spirit of hard work, dedication and self-confidence to march forward in an ever evolving world where science and technology are development catalysts. Cultural shows via the display of traditional dances and songs spiced the closing ceremony.
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