There is perhaps no apt time than this to introduce to you the Federation of African Student Unions or FASU.
I am indeed privileged to walk you through a vision that some like yourself were inspired by, and have attained to for about sometimes now no matter the request. Founded in June of 2006, the Federation of African Student Unions exist to enhance educational interest in, and around Africa by bringing African Student Organizations leaders together to discuss and provide scholarships and educational materials to academic institutions in, and around Africa as a way to facilitate student and strengthen academic development in Africa.
At its core; FASU seeks to concentrate on these continuous:
To serve as the central organization of African student organizations leaders
Unify African Student Organizations' Leaders to support and strengthen academic development in, and around Africa.
There is hope for FASU. I foresee this organization gaining tenure at several universities in, and around the world. I envisioned FASU becoming one of the most successful and proactive central student organization in the world. And with God’s permission, members like yourself will coordinate to share ideas within your respective profession to enhance and strengthen the future of Africa.
The fact that you are still reading indicates how much you share our core values and our priority to unite African Student Organizations Leaders around the world to support educational interests in Africa.
Should it matter who you are or where you’re from? No!
Your next step will answer some basic questions on how you can become a member of FASU, what you can do to assist us and much more.
We are integrating interested candidates, including non Africans to be a part of this great venture as we have had several others who are very supportive of our cause. We welcome your participations and your collaborations in assisting us built an even stronger FASU. How could you help? What would you do and When? Today is the day my friend. We welcome your inquiries. Email us: ESBlimie@Gmail.com
We also welcome your participations and your collaborations in assisting us built an even stronger FASU. For those of you we've worked with in the past, hopefully you've seen our responsiveness in action. For those of you we haven't yet worked with, we look forward to proving ourselves to you.
Emmanuel S. Blimie
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