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Camasej – Regional Hospital Sign Far Reaching MOU

Camasej – Regional Hospital Sign Far Reaching MOU

The Northwest Chapter of the Cameroon Association of English Speaking Journalists –Camasej and the Bamenda Regional Hospital have “put pen and paper together” in  a memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that would be of mutual benefit to both parties. The MOU was signed Thursday July 20th at the Conference Hall of the Regional Hospital-Bamenda.  Dr. Thompson Kinge, […]

NW Junior MPs To  Challenge Pressing Issues In Y’de

NW Junior MPs To  Challenge Pressing Issues In Y’de

Children parliamentarians (Junior MPs) of the North West region have expressed their desire to put aside timidity when they meet with their peers in Yaoundé on the occasion of the 19th session of the Children Parliament. They made clear their intensions known on Friday 9th June in Bamenda at the North West Governor’s office during […]

NW Governor Tours FSLC Centres

NW Governor Tours FSLC Centres

Northwest Governor Adolphe Lele Lafrique is touring centres accommodating pupils currently writing the First School Living Certificate – FSLC examination today. The Governor left Bamenda a while ago for Fundong, Boyo Division. A release from his office also indicates he will visit centres in Bali, Batibo and Widikum before the examination wraps up later this afternoon. […]

BAYA – Providing Platform For Women To Fight Stigmatization Against HIV

BAYA – Providing Platform For Women To Fight Stigmatization Against HIV

BAy The prevalence of HIV/AIDS has unfortunately remained an ‘epidermic of women’ in most local communities around Cameroon because of their unequal cultural and economic status in society. In such communities, initiating discussions about sex remains a taboo especially amongst women and girls.   Most women living with HIV are often considered promiscuous and this […]

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 […]

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