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Cameroon – GCE 2017: BGS Molyko Principal Will Not Extend GCE Registration Deadline

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Written by Deckson N.

Despite calls by parents whose children study at Bilingual Grammar School, BGS Molyko Buea for the registration deadline of 2017 GCE examinations, the school’s Principal, Hannah Mbua Etonde has refused to do so.

Even though Anglophone teachers are on industrial strike, the newly appointed Principal to the school has told students that the deadline will expire on Tuesday December 10, 2016 and will not be extended.

According to the Weekly English Newspaper, The Rambler Hannah Mbua Etonde has clearly mapped out the school from late registration despite the fact that French examinations, Baccalaureate has been pushed to January 27 that of GCE has not been extended.

Observers say her move could be understood as confirmation of accusations of complicity with oppressors in the current face-off between the government and teachers.

Anglophone teachers strike according to students in BGS Molyko is doing more harm to their studies and that if care is not taken, the percentage pass this year will significantly reduce.

Via CIN

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Deckson N.

2 Comments

  • HEY PLEASE STOP CREDITING HER WITH WHAT SHE HASN’T THE ABILITY TO DO,EXTENDING THE REGISTRATION PERIOD OR AUTHORIZING LATE ENTRY IS THE RESERVE OF THE BOARD AND NOT PRINCIPAL’S, WHO’RE EXECUTING STAFF ENSURING THE RESPECT OF EXISTING LEGISLATION PERTAINING TO PEDAGOGY AND THE RUNNING OF THE SCHOOL,

  • I pray the will be GCE this year father lord course ,some of we are studying though the is strike ,some people has repeated for some years now maybe this was their year to pass I pray GCE will be this year, this strike holders don’t care about students future I pray GCE board and the government will care ,

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