The doors of the Rest House Block of the CBC Health Services Resource Center of Excellence Mvan, Yaoundé has been officially opened. The Director of CBC Health Services, Prof. Tih Pius Muffih received the facility on June 9, 2020 from the contracting company, ESSOKA in the presence of a host of administrative and technical staff, and other visitors.
The reception ceremony comprised of a tour and a video projection of the facility, the signing of the provisional reception document as well as the handing over of the keys of the facility.
Speaking during the ceremony, Prof Tih Pius thanked the entire team members for supporting the project. He said the key to the rest house is a symbol which indicates that anyone who visits the facility will be blessed.
For his part, the team leader of the ESSOKA Group, Ndukong Amos said, “While working with the CBCHS within the 5 past years, we’ve learned that work is not just business but a ministry and service to humanity. The ESSOKA Group has acquired added value working with the Health Services which goes beyond money and we wish that other privileges of this nature be given to us. In a nutshell, we are thankful to God for putting us in contact with the CBCHS. It has been a very cordial relationship. “
Going by the Assistant Administrator of the CBCHS Resource Center of Excellence Mvan, Mr. Kadzem Claude, the rest house will provide an opportunity to host at least 30 persons and the multi-purpose halls 200 persons respectively.
He elaborated that the architectural jewel encompasses: the VIP rooms with a kitchenette, and a high standard semi VIP rooms. The rest house also comprises a floor for offices which are available for rent to other organisations that are noted for reputable work in the country.
The Technical Supervisor of the CBCHS Technical Services Department, Mr. Abraham Chambah expressed great satisfaction with the quality of work done. “I am very impressed that the picture we had at the beginning of the project has come to realisation. This is an ideal place.” He noted.
Situated at Ndam vouth in the Mvan neighbourhood, Yaoundé, the CBCHS owned rest house has 31 well furnished rooms, 18 offices, multi purpose halls comprising of quality sound systems, video projectors, security cameras, flat screen TVs and standard furniture. The four-floor building also has two levels of parking space that can contain at least 30 vehicles.