Cameroon: Secondary Education Minister on crucial Exam mission to the Anglophone regions

The Minister  of Secondary Education is presently in the South West region to ensure that all official exams are written hitch free. In what is his first of the two lap mission, Jean Ernest Massina Ngalle Bibehe has toured some schools in Buea this Monday May 8th, where he evaluated the level of school resumption.  He has  discussed with officials on the smooth conduct of exams set to begin  later this month.

Specific instructions have been dished out to school authorities to see to it that exams are written at all cost. The secondary education boss is presently chairing a meeting with stakeholders where adequate measures will be taken towards the effective take off of all official exams.
Cameroon Concord has been reliably informed that  the Minister will carry out a similar exercise in the North west regions. Schools in the English speaking zone of Cameroon have been shutdown following 6 months of protest  by Anglophone teachers that has exploded  to a burning crisis.

Repeated efforts by the government and the clergy to force parents to send  their children to school has ended in a fiasco; the latest being the failed trip by the President of the National Episcopal Conference, Samuel Kleda.

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