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MINSEC to Push Through With End of Course Examination Despite Anglophone Crisis

MINSEC to Push Through With End of Course Examination Despite Anglophone Crisis

Jean Ernest Bibehe, the embattled minister of Secondary Education has been visiting some schools in Bamenda today to assess the level of preparedness of some GCE and BAC accommodation centres ahead of the end of course examination in both the English and French subsystems of education. Jean Ernest Massena Bibehe visited GBHS Downtown, GBHS Nitop, […]

Ernest Bibehe Insists End Of Course Examinations Must Hold

Ernest Bibehe Insists End Of Course Examinations Must Hold

Secondary Education minister Jean Ernest Massena Ngalle Bibehe has assured examination stake holders in the region that his ministry would do everything to ensure that end of course examinations in the region run smoothly despite the looming socio-political climate. The minster made the assurance during an in-camera meeting held at the Governor’s office Tuesday May […]

74M For Bamenda Food Market Fire Victims

74M For Bamenda Food Market Fire Victims

The President of the Republic, H.E Paul Biya has compensated the victims of the March 14th fire incident at the Bamenda food market where a total of six lockup stores, 91 open stores (temporal stores) and 12 trading benches were ravaged by fire in a suspected arson. Handing over the financial package to the victims […]

Public Health Minister Launches Construction Of Bamenda Teaching Hospital

Public Health Minister Launches Construction Of Bamenda Teaching Hospital

Public Health Minister, Andre Mama Fouda has officially launched the construction work of the Bamenda Teaching Hospital with the laying of the foundation at Futru-Nkwen on May 3, 2017. The teaching hospital is part of government’s 1000 billion emergency plan, a government programme intended to transform Cameroon into an emerging economy by 2035. The Bamenda […]

Bamenda Grand Councilors Blame SDO for Falling Revenue

Bamenda Grand Councilors Blame SDO for Falling Revenue

Grand councilors of the Bamenda City Council have blamed the low realisation of the 2016 budget on the absent of the various tax drives which were not authorised by the Senior Divisional Officer for Mezam, Pierre Rene Songa. Reacting to this during the Administrative and Management Account session at the City Council Chambers on April […]

Anglophone Crisis: Pentecostal Churches Declared Support For Catholics, Pres and Baptist leaders

Anglophone Crisis: Pentecostal Churches Declared Support For Catholics, Pres and Baptist leaders

The way things are unfolding, it would appear there is no end in sight for the Anglophone Crisis. Each passing day bring up a new twist to the unfolding story. Recently it was a call by the Apostolic Bishop Congress (ABC) for all Pentecostal Christians together with Apostolic/Pentecostal Bishops, Pastors and leaders to “stand up in […]

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