Parents in their thousands have stormed First School Leaving Certificate FSLC and Certificate d’etude Premiere CEP examination centers across the North West region in a bid to ensure the security of their children.

Particularly in Government Teacher’s Training College Nkwen GTTC hosting pupils from Catholic School Bayelle, Ntaghem St John and Government Practicing School Old Town with kids from CBC Nkwen, the parents were in their numbers.
After visiting the Bamessing Center accommodating 32 pupils, Ecole Publique Francophone with 19 pupils, St Peter and Paul Catholic Primary and Nursery School Bamuka Ndop with 138 pupils and Government practicing School Bamuka with 228 pupils effectively seating the end of course examination all in Ngoketunjia Division, the Minister of Basic Education Tuesday made a stopover in Mezam Divivion in the North West Region to appreciate the state of the examination.
Basic education minister in hand shake with parents 

While in Mezam specifically at GTTC Nkwen, the Minister ignored protocol to check hands with many parents who accompanied their children to the examination center.
“I could feel a lot of humility while greeting the Minister. I am very happy with the Minister who humbled herself to greet us. It feels good and reassuring to have such a humble minister. We hae sacrificed a lot and that is why I had to accompany my daughter. We are living in insecurity and I had to come because I don’t know what can happen to my child.” A parent whose name we got as lovelyne said.   
“You saw everywhere we passed we meet parents who were waiting for their children which is a great way of giving their support to their children and to ensure that their children are effectively writing the examination something which is very encouraging and comforting. I leave the NW very satisfied after what I have observed. Minister Hadija Alim Said
With 139 candidates at the Army Camp Ecole publique Francophone and over 522 pupils present at the Bamenda I Government Practicing School coming from CBC Nkwen where the Minister visited it was purely an examination atmosphere as the candidates concentrated on their scripts.  Many more parents presentreceived the encouragement and appreciation of the Minister.
“We are also very happy to see that parents are involved, that the education family is involved in the organization of this examination. Some of the parents came out to accompany their children to the exams centers and are waiting when time will come they will bring them back to the house. It is a clear testimony of the involvement of everybody in the process.” NW Governor Adolph Lele L’Afrique said.
Started since May 25 with practicals, the end of primary course examinations for 2018 ends today.

Derick BAKAH

Derick BAKAH

Bakah Derick is a Broadcast Presenter and Multimedia specialist with focus on sharing with the rest of the world the daily happenings in the Northwest Region of Cameroon. You can contact us on +237 675460750 or debakah2004@gmail.com.

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