Saturday, 11 February 2017

Governor Lele L'Afrique Threatens That Certificate Exams In The North West Region Must Hold, Whether The Strike Continues Or Not

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Governor Adolphe Lele L'Afrique

The Governor of the North West Region is threatening striking teachers, parents and students that Certificate Examinations must hold, despite the ongoing strike action.

The governor vented his anger during frustrating visits to some schools across the North West Region, when he went to assess the level of school resumption, after some fake  Trade Unionist were bribed to call off the strike on Feb. 3. 2017.

During his visits to Mesaje, Central Nkambe and Ndu Subdivisions of the Donga and Mantung Divisions, Governor Adolphe Lele  L'Afrique was astonished to see less than 90 pupils in all, who were only of the francophone sections.

Feeling disappointed, the governor summoned the Mayor of the Ndu Council Emmanuel Bunyuy, and the Fon of Ndu Nfor Nformi, and begged them to appeal to parents to send their kids back to school.

The men respected his pleas and made the appeal to parents, but their appeal fell on deaf ears, as the Monday 6 and Tuesday 7th February Ghost Towns successfully paralyzed the entire North West Region and it environs.

The governor who like his counterpart of the South West Region, is doing all to secure his jobs, is using all sorts of threatening words and actions, to get schools to resume effectively, so that he can score a  pass mark from his boss Mr. Biya.

Schools in the anglophone regions of Cameroon have been grounded since November 21st 2016, and government's senseless arrests of some teachers and anglophone youths, is making matters worse, as every town in the Anglophone Region is heavily militarize.

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