NW Governor Tours FSLC Centres

Governor lele L'Afrique with his close aides

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.

The examination is written in the backdrop of the ongoing Anglophone Crisis, and comes a day after secondary and high school students started with the written part of the GCE in both the Ordinary and Advanced Levels in the Technical and General sections. Francophone pupils are also sitting in for the CEP, the FSLC equivelent.

The Governor made a stop over at the GBTTC Bamenda on his way to Fundong. The visit is to asses the level of participation of pupils and the security of the candidates. Several pupils are not sitting for the examination due to the ongoing teachers' strike that began last November 21, 2016 and that has spiral over into a general socio-political crisis known today as the Anglophone Crisis.

By Fokum Emmanuel P.

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