Vice Chancellor of the University of Wolverhampton hosts Alumni evening to celebrate 30 years of work in Cameroon

29 June 2016
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On 22nd June 2016 Professor Geoff Layer hosted an Alumni Evening at the Mont Fébé hotel in Yaoundé for Cameroonian Alumni.

To start the evening Philip Dearden, Head of the Centre for International Development and Training (CIDT) gave a short presentation on CIDT’s 30 years of work in Cameroon. View his presentation here.

Below: Professor Geoff Layer, Philip Dearden and Ghislain Defo discussing the evening

Below: Philip Dearden greeting Steve Evans and his wife Elaine Evans from the British High Commission.

Below: Vice Chancellor Professor Geoff Layer welcoming alumni and guests

Below: Famous Cameroonian footballer Roger Milla (who is a roving ambassador for the University of Wolverhampton) also gave a short speech and talked about his foundation which is supported by the University of Wolverhampton.

Event featured on Cameroonian TV

This event was featured on Cameroonian TV’s Canal 2 on Tuesday 28 June 2016. You can watch it below. The broadcast is in French, but still gives a flavour of the event.

Photos from the evening