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CEEAC revives the International Bantus Civilisations Centre

CEEAC revives the International Bantus Civilisations Centre
  • Comments   -   Saturday, 13 May 2017 17:10

(Business in Cameroon) - The General Secretary of the Economic Community of Central African States (CEEAC), Ahmad Allam-Mi and the Managing Director of the International Bantus Civilisations Centre (CICIBA) Antoine Manda Tchebwa signed on 10 May in Libreville, an agreement setting the terms of the cooperation between their two institutions.

“This document formalises our commitment to carry out joint and common actions to turn culture into a tool for development and a medium for peace in our respective communities. Particularly in the fields of support for cultural operators, creation and densification of cultural areas”, declared Ahmad Allam-Mi.

For Antoine Manda Tchebwa, signing this agreement marks the actual revival of activities of the International Bantus Civilisations Centre which went through long years of dormancy. The MD of CICIBA applauded the determination that the General Secretary of CEEAC showed in pushing through this promise made a year ago to fruition.

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