This information was made public on Monday 3 July 2017 by the regional delegation of secondary education.
According to the regional delegation of secondary education of the Northwest, the region plagued by crisis has a success rate of 55% in the Bepc 2017 session. This information was communicated on July 3, 2017. “At the Bepc 2017, the Northwest Region is heading high with 55.04% of the success rate. This is our joy given the difficulty we experienced throughout the year in the North-West Region, “said the Regional Delegate on the National Station. So he did not fail to thank the whole educational community which showed a lot of self-denial and refusal to sacrifice the future of the children.
The Emergence daily edition of July 4, 2017 which also relays this information, also notes that the Regional Delegate of the secondary schools of the Northwest congratulated the promoted. And he invited those unsuccessful candidates to better prepare for the next school year that will take place in September 2017. As a reminder, both the Northwest and South West regions saw various fields of daily life paralyzed. One of these areas was education. Victims of many threats and called to respect the ghost towns, parents and students had to stop going to school.
The situation had reached the point where some people were already talking about a blank school year that would be decreed in Cameroon. The efforts of the Government have succeeded in reversing the trend and convincing parents to make their school children return back to school. Even if it must be acknowledged that not all were convinced by the measures of the Government and failed to overcome the fear created by the complainants of the anglophone crisis.