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Graduation in the Catholic school of health sciences Shisong on the 29 august 2015

Sister Agnes Ngo Nken the graduated student from Catholic School of Health Sciences Shisong, Kumbo,North West of Cameroon

Graduation, the dream of every scholar; you can’t stop yourself from thinking about it from the very moment you are enrolled into an Institution. It is often a long awaited day. Imagine how much anxiety I felt whenever I watched others celebrate on this day and how I wished I could be in their position. I had fantasized over my graduation day from the very moment I set foot in school on the October 12th 2012. Many times I thought about it and could not imagine it could one day come and go. On August 29TH 2015, seeing me with my mates marching together in our robes, with beautiful smiles and bright faces was a dream come true. That day in Shisong parish, people came from all over to rejoice with us. I was blessed to have there all the Sisters of my Kumbo community, Sisters Evangeline and Brigitte from Meyomessala and my dear Father who travelled to be with me. Twenty two future health personnel from four specialties graduated that day: 110 Nursing Assistants, 35 State Registered Laboratory Technicians, 27 State Registered Midwives and 50 State Registered Nurses. I was among the State Registered Nurses. We began the day at 8:30 am with the holy mass, followed by the graduation ceremonies. The three first best students in each department were rewarded. I didn’t have the chance to be among them but I thank my CND Sisters for their encouragement during my studies and the Almighty God who assisted me throughout my three years of study and blessed me at the end with an average of 15.35/20, number 8th out of 50 in my class. We received an attestation while waiting for the diploma from the Ministry of Public Health. Happiness and Joy filled the atmosphere; we could see it on all the faces of the participants who were singing and dancing in thanks giving for all God had done for us, his/her loved ones. As it is often said: ”It hurts to say good bye”. Yes, saying good bye to my mates and all those I was opportune to know and share with, made this day a little sad, but joy always exceeds sadness. I felt accomplished and fulfilled on that day. I thank my loving CND community members, my other Sisters near or far who accompanied me throughout my studies. Special thanks go to the leaders of our Congregation for their confidence in me. May the name of the loving God be glorified at all times and all places. 

 

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