scyl 2010 Brussels convention

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT

The National Chairman for the SCYL, Comrade Ebenezer Akwanga will be presiding over an all SCYL International Convention which is schedule to Begin on the 26 February 2010 at Edingen in Belgium-Continental Europe.

The Convention which is the first National Executive Conclave of the SCYL since 1997 will draw dignatories and resource persons across Europe, South Africa, the USA and Canada.

Meanwhile, Chairman Akwanga Ebenezer will make an emergency first stop  in the Netherlands on the 22 of February 2010 where he will be  welcomed officially by the Executive of SCYL Holland accopanied by the National Secretary General of the SCYL Comrade Lucas Cho Ayaba who flies  in from the UK on same day.

The National Chairman for the SCYL will be accompanied by the National Secretary General and the International Secretary for an emergency meeting with the Belgian Foreign Ministry and  will hold a working session with the Belgian Immigration Service -CEDOCA- on the 23 February 2010 in Brussels.

The National Chairman and Delegates will be treated to an all African Night Party in The Hague on the 24 February 2010 and his convoy officially leaves The Netherlands for convention proper in Belgium on the 25February 2010. Same 25February 2010, he will be guest speaker on invitation  at an accademic forum where he is expected to grant an interview to a Canadian Professor and accademics.

The Convention proper begins on the 26 February 2010 at 18.00 CET and is scheduled to end on Sunday 28 February 2010 with Church Service and Diner.

For Security reasons, a detailed programme will be communicated daily. Send an e-mail to scylinfo@yahoo. co.uk  for inquiry.

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