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Yaounde opens its doors to FENASSCO B 2022

The Mayor of the Yaounde City Council, Messi Atangana Luc has welcomed pupils from all over the national territory, partaking in this year’s National School Games Finals – League B, dubbed FENASSCO B.
“In the name of the people of Yaounde, I welcome you to the city on seven hills… I also thank Prof Laurent Serge Etoundi Ngoa, president of the FENASSCO B federal council for his constant solicitude. Mr Minister, receive through my modest voice, the gratitude of the people of Yaounde”. Mayor Messi Atangana Luc made these remarks at the FENASSCO B launching ceremony on June 20, 2022. This year’s edition is themed ‘A healthy and safe environment for sports without COVID-19.
“The government,” he added, “has upheld its engagement by organising the present edition of the National Finals of School Games League B 2022. The population of the city on seven hills, here is your FENASSCO league B games. It is now incumbent on you to manifest your exemplary solidarity during this sportive festival.”

The City Mayor also encouraged those partaking in the games to take time off and visit Yaounde’s amazing touristic and historical sites. He cited among others, the Reunification Monument, Monument Patriot, the National Museum, the Multipurpose Sports Complex, and the magnificent Olembe Stadium.
Delivering the opening speech, Basic Education Minister, Prof Laurent Serge Etoundi Ngoa urged all athletes to uphold the spirit of fair play, and make proud, the different regions and institutions they represent.
Mayor Messi Atangana Luc on the eve of the games, it should be noted, received the olympic torch, a symbol of continuity and togetherness. He was handed the torch at the esplanade of the Yaounde City Council, in the presence of the governor of the Center Region, and other officials.                   Giyo NDZI

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