A candidate who died on October 9, 2017 was declared success, in the just released entrance results into the National School for Administration and Magistracy - ENAM.
The candidate Ndjomo Milsaints Claude's name appeared on the list of 'Cycle B Administration and Social Affairs.' He died even before the publication of the results of the first part of the exam, which was released on November 16, 2017 by the Minister of Public Function and Administrative Reforms, which means he did not even attend the Orals that ended on Nov. 25th, 2017.
An unfortunate candidate, who personally know the deceased, and who didn't make it in the final part wrote on Facebook that: "I am a victim of injustice. We were six successful candidates for the first part of the entrance into Cycle A of the Administration and Social Affairs section. But before the Orals one of us died. Ndjomo Milsaints; may his soul Rest in Peace. Shockingly on the list of 5 who were finally declared successful after the second part, his name was among, whereas he did not participate in the Orals. The only name missing on the list is mine. Enyegue Mvogo Daniel. I who attended the Orals, and who is still alive."
According to the late Milsaint funeral program, he was born on April 15, 1980, which means at the time of the exam, he was 37 years old.
Such is the corrupt nature of our country Cameroon, where tribalism, nepotism and all vices reign in the administration.