Cameroonian Governor Thanked Turkish Nation for the Turkish Schools


Date posted: December 28, 2012

ENSAR TUNA ALATÜRK – BURSA

Abakar Ahmat, the Governor of Ngaundere state, Republic of Cameroon, paid a visit to Sahabettin Harput, the Governor of Bursa, Turkey. Mr. Ahmat thanked Mr. Harput for the Turkish schools in Cameroon on behalf of the Turkish nation.

Governor Ahmat was accompanied during the visit by the Mayor of Ngaundere Hamadou Dawa, head of the Department of Health Hamadicko Harouna and some other officials.

Mr. Ahmat said: “This is our first visit to Turkey. We appreciate the warm hospitality, we are happy to be in beautiful Bursa.” He added, “You thanked us for helping and supporting the Turkish schools in our state. In fact, these schools benefit our country and it is us who must thank.”

Governor Harput briefed the guests about the history of Bursa and its economic importance for Turkey today.

The visit ended with presenting gifts to each other.

Source: Summary from Zaman November 23, 2012

Disclaimer: The original news is in Turkish. Slight deviations from the original meaning may have occurred due to the difficulties in translating phrases and idioms. PII volunteers translated the article.


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