Cameroon - North West: Five Classrooms Burnt Down In Bamenda on Eve of GCE Practical

Par Wilson MUSA | Cameroon-Info.Net
DOUALA - 15-May-2017 - 12h51   3109                      
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Some 5 classrooms of the government Primary school Atuakom in Bamenda, North West region have been ravaged by wild flames which began around 3 am Monday May 15, 2017.

Surrounding residents say some unidentified men carried the act and vanished before security could be alerted.

The school which is a product of the Japan-Cameroon relations was constructed in 2014.

Fire fighters arrived the scene early Monday accompanied by Police with Water Canon, they both succeeded to quench the flames.

Investigations have been opened.

Warning To GCE Candidates?

Observers are panicking over the security of students as thgey embark on the practical part of GCE this Monday. Many belief it is a warning signal by activists who are against the writing of GCE this year.

Special Centers have been created and candidates who did not register will be kept in these centers as prescribed by Secondary Education Minister Jean Ernest Ngale Bibehe.

Ghost town welcome GCE candidates as towns have remained dry this morning.

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