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Kupe-Muanenguba BAC students sit exams in Littoral Region as insecurity threats persists

Journal du Cameroun |
Students writing the 2018 session of the Baccalaureate Examination in some parts of Kupe-Muanenguba Division of the South West Region were reportedly forced to sit for the examination in Moungo Division of the Littoral Region because of security concerns in the area.

According to a source who spoke to Journalducameroun.com, administrative and education officials in the area had to move some accommodation centres to Loum in Moungo Division of the Littoral Region because of insecurity.

Many of them were scared that the gunmen who disrupted the 46th National Day celebrations in Kupe-Muanenguba will certainly stormed the examination accommodation centres and disrupt the conduct of the exams.

It would be recalled that the May 20th celebrations at the Kupe-Muanenguba Divisional headquarters, Bangem that were to commence at 9:00am only kicked-off at about 2:00pm and lasted for less than ten minutes, after deadly clashes erupted between Cameroon security operatives and the Ambazonia Defence Forces.

During the gun battle, the Mayor of Bangem, Simon Eku and his Second Deputy, Enongene Epie, were both kidnapped by the Restoration Forces.

The municipal authorities were kidnapped for spearheading activities to give the National Day celebration in Bangem the grandeur it deserved.

According to other reports that emerged, the municipal authorities were equally kidnapped for mobilising militants of the Cameroon People’s Democratic Movement (CPDM) to partake in the National Day festivities, despite repeated warnings from Amba Boys for the event to be roundly boycotted.

In a video released on social media, the abductors of the Mayor and his Deputy promised to free them after the National Day celebrations. However, over 96 hours later, the abducted municipal officials are still to regain their freedom.

It was in bid to prevent a similar situation that education stakeholders in synergy with the administrative authorities in Kupe-Muanenguba decided to move the examination centres to Moungo Division, after a turbulent 2017/2018 academic year.

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6 comments

  1. And how credible is the idea of writing an exam in that mood?

    When Trump gives it a name, they see a mad man in him. When his Ambassador,
    tells Biya that is bad, the minister summons him and talks trash. When did the
    shouting of the hen, stop the kite from doing what it knows best?

    Thank God, gradually, they have put the name of Cameroon, in the black books
    of the US, themselves. When they point one finger at the Ambazonians, four are
    slowly bent to look at them.

    The struggle Continues as victory, is around the corner.

  2. Joshua, you are just dreaming. Keep killing us and calling God’s name. We will never have southern Cameroon. You devils will see the outcome.

    • You can be bold enough, to list the outcome here.

    • You this idiot. How is he dreaming? It is idiots like you holding this struggle back. We will clean the house and head to Bgea weather corrupt bribe taking children of Elvis Ngole Ngole like you accept or not. With your face like a freaking cross between George Ewane and Njeuma.

  3. The legislative and presidential elections will be disrupted in SC. ELECAM members have already been declared Personae non Gratae ( PNG ).

  4. Then @kongossa will tell us that the school year will be blank kikiki !!