62 000 candidates For 1200 Police Inspector Positions

Statistics released by the General Delegation for National Security (DGSN) indicates that some 61 500 candidates are sitting in for the competitive entrance examination for 1 200 places into the national police force as police inspector today Friday and Saturday March 27 and 28, 2015.

The exam is taking place in 10 secondary schools in Yaoundé, the unique centre for the candidates from all over the 10 regions of the country. The 1 200 successful candidates will be absorbed into the general and specialist branches of the police force.

Officials of the DGSN say they have carried out adequate provisions to ensure that candidates know their examination sub-centers and their table numbers by publishing the list weeks in advanced to the examination.

In a bid to avoid nepotism, fraud and corruption, the Delegate General For National Security, Martin Mbarga Nguele introduced online registration where the candidates are handed only secret code to use throughout the examination. While launching the exam last year, he said “only the deserving candidates will be admitted”

Some candidates are of the opinion that the massive number of candidates registered for the exam is only a means for the state to raise money from poor Cameroonians who are desperate for a job.

It should be noted that each candidate for the police inspector paid an examination fee of 15 000 frs into the account of the DGSN, certified document with the use of fiscal stamps worth 10 000 frs and others expenses incurred in communal stamps and online registration and printed forms. This number is only for the position of police inspectors with tens of thousands others registered for the position of police constable, police assistant superintendents and police superintendents


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