IVORY COAST: CLARETIAN MISSIONARIES, PROCLADE BETICA INAUGRATES NEW LIBRARY IN PORT-BOUËT

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IVORY COAST: CLARETIAN MISSIONARIES, PROCLADE BETICA INAUGRATES NEW LIBRARY IN PORT-BOUËT


The Claretian Missionaries through their social unit has inaugurated a new Community Library in the Port-Bouët Municipality, Ivory Coast. The inauguration ceremony held on Thursday, October 8, 2020 took place at the St. John Mary Vianney Port-Bouët.


The new library named after Provincial Superior Father Piotr Beza, Cmf is equipped with 12 computers with high speed internet connection, 1 video projector, 2 multifunction printers and over 2,000 books including 6 dictionaries.


Rev. Fr. Félix Marie Ketoglo, Cmf,  expressed gratitude to the Mission Procurator for the commitment to ensuring the completion of the project.

The Mission Procurator, Rev. Fr. Andrews was also grateful to the government as well as religious authorities for support they offered towards the successful establishment of the facility.

He also specially acknowledged the efforts and collaboration of Rev. Fr. Piotr Baron, Procurator of the Province.

A student who spoke on behalf of the beneficiaries thanked the Claretian Missionaries and Proclade Betica for establishing the library. He also assured them of making good use of the facility to ensure that the facility last long for them.

 

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catholicinformer.com

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