November 2022

The minutes of the general meeting of West Coast Association VZW held on 26/11/22 at the residence of Mr. Daniel Figar Tuinwijklaan 29, 8501 Bissegem.

The meeting started with an opening prayer by pastor Ezeagu.

Absenteeism: Mr. Shegun Okunomo travelled to Nigeria, Tony Lippins would not be coming while Mr. Onah and Mr. Vitus Ononiba were on their way. On that motion of adoption was moved by Mr. Obi and seconded by Mr. Rowland Kingon.

Account: The matter was deferred to next meeting due to the absence of Pastor Ezeagu.

Printing of Constitution: On that Mr. Ezebuiro was mandated to print the constitution and he agreed to go and verify what it takes and get back to us.

General: Mr. Rowland Kingon talked about having an assistant financial secretary.
– Mr. Imoke talked about reading the minutes manually on the meeting floor.
– The chairman Mr. Amachukwu wants us to think of having more activities with our family next year.
– Mr. Onah talked about having something with our family during X-mas periods.
– Mr. Rowland Kingon wants us to have social activities with stadhuis by showcasing African cultures.

Finance: The total sum of 230 euros was realized in the days meeting.

Expenses was 50 euros for the host wife and the balance sum of 180 euros was handed over to the treasurer Mr. Patrick Garain.

The chairman Mr. Amachukwu thanked everyone for being obedient and said that this is the last meeting of the year and thanked us for the loyalty and trust and wishes everyone good health and Happy Christmas in advance.

A minute of silence was absented in honour of Mr. Onah’s late sister and Mr. Onah thanked the Association for the calls and messages he received during their period of grief.

Mr. Udeaja gave a report about Mr. Oyebamiji’s wife that was operated upon in the hospital.

In the absence of further topic for discussions motion of adjournment of the days meeting was moved by Mr. Lucas Onuoha and seconded by Mr. Anthony Obi and closing prayers were said by Mr. Patrick Ezebuiro at 18:40 PM. Refreshments were served.