PCC moderator case postponed to the 5th of June, close to 6 weeks from now, nothing yet is mentioned to that of the Bishops and priests in Buea.
The second is a disturbing news that the GCE Board which the Anglophones fought so hard in the early 90s to get has been moved to Yaounde to be managed by BACC,
GCE Board is the board which organises the Anglo-Saxon exams. BACC board organised the French exams. Before the GCE Board came to life, our parents and people protested. It came with a cost. Anglophone Cameroon currently has no political power over the board. As a result of this strike action, it is now clear that GCE will not take place in Southern Cameroons. Any exams organised by the GCE Board in Southern Cameroons will lack credibility as students have been home since November 21st, 2016. Any student taking such exams is doing him or herself a disservice. Parents should caution against that.
The worst is about to happen. La Republique is doing everything possible so that GCE Board organises this exam at least for their children in French Cameroon undertaking Anglo-Saxon education. As a result of this, CANAL 2 English yesterday March 21st in the morning during their press review revealed that GCE Board management will be transferred to Yaounde to be managed by the BACC Board. This will be a sacrilege but not strange as La Republique could do everything possible to taint the struggle.
These are the issues we are complaining. We have no political power over our education, legal system and all other institutions. The cosmetic solutions provided by La Republique now cannot be sustainable unless the form of the so-called union changes and that can only happen in the restoration of our lost state. Southern Cameroonians should be prepared now than ever before to defend the motherland.
However, BaretaNews in speaking to a source at GCE Board refused to confirm or deny the story. Our source pleaded with us that staff of the GCE Board calls could be monitored and that he/she will get to us through another means.
Worthy of note is that the Post newspaper on Friday, March 3rd, 2017 published the story and can, therefore, confirm the story. Southern Cameroonians should be ready to resist. The time is now.
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