Cameroon's "Special" GCE Exams have been postponed to July 1 2017

GCE subjects previewed for Monday 26 June have been postponed to July 1.
The information is contained in a communiqué issued by the Minister of Secondary Education .
Monday has been declared public holiday in Cameroon in honour of the feast of Ramadan which was celebrated on Sunday.  The president wants Muslims to prolong  feasting.
This is not the first time the controversial GCE examinations are experiencing a postponement. The deadline for registration was extended by two weeks. Another two weeks were added to the written part. That is why the written part began on June 12 instead of late May as tradition has it in recent times.

These were desperate efforts from the regime to turn things round when West Cameroonians showed little interest in whole show.
In the wake of the unrest in West Cameroon, schools have experienced unusual problems.
The most cherished GCE exams have recorded the lowest turnout ever, with less than half of the student population in the two English-speaking regions of the country boycotting them.
West Cameroon began the struggle actively in November 2016.
They decry their marginalization by the eight populous  French-speaking regions.

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