Southern Cameroons: Political GCE SCANDAL

Political GCE SCANDAL. Southern Cameroonian parents and students have decided to boycott hugely and massively the political GCE. Even those who registered saw a massive boycott with few taking the exams. A GCE supervisor particularly from GBHS Tantum wrote angrily to Mark Bareta. Now this is the instruction and it is an instruction from Yaounde passed over to the GCE Board and down the chain. At the end of each paper, the GCE supervisor is made to fill the booklets with the names of all those absent and hand over…

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Sacrilegious Political GCE in Southern Cameroons

Sacrilegious Political GCE. Today begins the political GCE over Southern Cameroons as well as in the neighbouring la Republique. While citizens of La Republique have had a full year, those in Southern Cameroons since November, 21st 2016 have been without school and effective preparation. The political regime in Yaoundé is bent on organising the exams over Southern Cameroons for the next two weeks to show strength as well as show might in acclaiming its lost authority over Southern Cameroons. It is fair to note the following: 1. Students have not…

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Decentralisation of Universities in Southern Cameroons

The Decentralisation of the Universities Since the establishment of St. Joseph’s College Sasse in 1937 and the Cameroon Protestant College in Bali in 1949, young people have had to travel long distances from their homes to acquire secondary education. In the 1950s young people had to travel on foot from Wum and Nkambe, divisions in order to go to Sasse College if they were products of Catholic primary schools. But even before that the uneven distribution of primary schools in the 1950s and coups 1960s placed tremendous strain on families…

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Parents Begin pulling their kids from GCE SCAM.

Developing Story: Parents Begin pulling their kids from GCE SCAM. BaretaNews is getting comfirm information that some parents of students from PCSS Buea, have finally understood that, GCE of this year is a big scam by LRC, and have asked all their children to pack out from the dormitories. Some of the students have begun going home. Also, BaretaNews can also confirm that in Sasse college, the form five and upper sixth students who came purposely for the scam called GCE have been let loose. They now have phones in…

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Anthobex: New NGO Investing in Kids and Communities

Anthobex: New NGO Investing in Kids and Communities

Anthobex connects first-born of less privilege Cameroonian families to sponsors in the U.S and other western countries. These benefactors shall support them through school (first born project). The Anthobex vision took a while to be manifested because we kept on developing and getting prepared for this opportunity. Besong Anthony told Bareta press. Many international organisations are looking forward to helping alleviate poverty, especially in AFRICA via agricultural rebirth projects and Anthobex stands as one of the gateways. Anthobex is an NGO founded in 2005 by Besong Anthony a Sr.Oracle certified database administrator…

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Bamenda University Under Francophone Attack

Anglophone System of Education is Good Enough: No to Academic Assimilation In December 6th 2016, teachers of the University of Bamenda (UBa) led by Professor Doh Gaius tendered a memorandum to the Prime Minister’s Office in Yaounde. The aim was to express their grievances related to the gross levels of inequality between the Anglophones and Francophones registered into the Higher Technical Teachers Training College (ENSET) and Higher Teachers Training College (ENS) in Bambili-Bamenda especially in the Department of Sciences. Following the memorandum, Anglophones bitterly complained of the lack of Science…

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Assessing the Blank School Year- The Facts

UNESCO and Cameroun Government Struggle with Blanc School Year – (TRANSLATED FROM FRENCH) In the 3rd week of January 2017, Paul Ombiono, UNESCO Ambassador in Cameroun, noted that if by the end of January there were no school resumption, Cameroun must have had less than 60% of the required 900 hours which makes up a valid school year. That means as of January 28th 2017, there was a shortage of 270 hours of school time. Here is what government doesn’t want you to know. By that assessment, as of January…

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