– The registrar, Mr. MONONO had refused to release the political GCE despite sustained pressure from Yaounde
A staff at the GCE Board has informed me on high authority that there is currently a serious feud between the Registrar, Mr. MONONO Humphrey and the colonial minister of Secondary Education. That is why, against the laws that regulate examination boards, and particularly, that which set up the GCE Board, it was the colonial Minister of Education (Secondary) who released the results of the political GCE. First in History. This is enough evidence that this year’s GCE is completely political. So those of you parading around that you have passed, you are wasting your time. Any certificate you are carrying is a WORTHLESS PIECE OF PAPER similar to ‘BONAS Docky’.
The story goes that the colonial minister invited the registrar to Yaounde and forced the board to consider ‘C’ grade at the Ordinary level to be as low as 18% while grade ‘E’ for the A level to be 15%. It was at this that infuriated the registrar who shouted at the minister, ‘over my dead body’. The colonial minister went ahead, against the laws setting up the board, and released the A levels. As I write, the final marks of the O level are currently in Yaounde for doctoring.
The colonial minister, in typical La Republique COMMANDEMANT attitude has threatened the minister with dismissal.
My Comment: People of La Republique du CameroUn are bent on destroying every prestige of ours, unfortunately, in connivance with some of us. Mr. MONONO must understand that we, Southern Cameroonians will consider him as the prodigal son and embrace him if he resigns. However, we will not sympathise with him if he gets sacked as a result of this current stalemate with La Republique.
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