Education Archive

UNESCO has not declared Blanc school Year in Cameroon

Due to the current strike by Anglophones which has led to the interruption of classes in schools in the English-speaking Regions of Cameroon for more than three months, unofficial information circulating on social networks suggests that UNESCO has already declared a Year in Cameroon. Read on » » »

L’UNESCO n’a pas déclaré l’année blanche au Cameroun

En raison des revendications sociales qui ont conduit à l’interruption depuis plus de trois mois des cours dans les établissements scolaires dans les Régions anglophones du Cameroun, une information non officielle qui circule sur les réseaux sociaux fait croire que l’UNESCO a déjà déclaré Read on » » »

Cameroon – University of Buea School Resumption: Vice Chancellor Goes on Offensive

Dr Nalova Lyonga, UB VC / The Vice Chancellor of the University of Buea, Dr Nalova Lyonga, has initiated a census to determine the number of students and lecturers attending lectures. The Post Weekender reports that the census is to know the exact number Read on » » »

Attached,exact date UN recognised southern Cameroons as an independent state and proof it actually functioned as a country before joining.

Attached is the exact date the united Nations recognised southern Cameroons as an independent state. And proof Southern Cameroons and la republique actually functioned as a country before joining.                     Please follow and like us:0 Read on » » »

Cameroon: colonial past and present frictions

In Cameroon, there has been a surge in protests by the English speaking minority against the dominance of the francophone majority. Understanding the country’s colonial past helps explain the depth of this animosity. The area around Mount Cameroon, an active volcano some 4,000 meters Read on » » »

Certificates From The Cameroons Shall Not Be Recognized

As of today, UNESCO has earlier said that all certificates from Cameroon for this academic year 2016/2017 shall not be recognized internationally. However, the power to declare the school year blank rest only with the Government of Cameroon. UNESCO has already taken its decision. Read on » » »

Hundreds Of Ancient Egyptian Coffins To Be “Restored”

  Foreigners have a history of lightening the skin coulour depicted on ancient Egyptian artifacts.  Egypt will restore hundreds of coffins dating back thousands of years to the time of the pharaohs as part of an American-Egyptian project to preserve and document one of Read on » » »

What the Consortium President told Southern Cameroonians before his arrest

Dr.Agbor Balla,Anglophone Consortium president ———- STATEMENT OF ACCEPTANCE Following the recent tragic arrest of our legitimate consortium leaders, Dr. Barrister Agbor Balla and Dr. Fontem Neba by the French Cameroun forces, Mark Bara and Tapang Ivo jointly accept the backup contingency plan by the Read on » » »

Cameroon-Dr. J.N. Foncha’s Resignation Letter from the CPDM

John Ngu Foncha               Yaounde, 9th June 1990 Your Excellency, RESIGNATION FROM THE CPDM I have the honour to inform Your Excellency that after careful consideration and careful thought, I have decided to address to you my resignation Read on » » »

Cameroonian students create application to track drivers traffic signals

Cameroonian students from the School of industrial engineering at the University of Douala, in the economic capital of the country, have just created an application which can track undisciplined drivers on the road, particularly those who do not respect the traffic lights. Called “Man Read on » » »

Cameroon-Anglophone Problem: Secondary Education Minister Meets Teachers, Parents, Others in Bamenda

Jean Ernest Massena Ngalle and governor lele Lafrique Secondary Education Minister Jean Ernest Massena Ngalle Bibehe has called on teachers, parents, principals and school proprietors to make sure that schools reopen on Monday. Talking to the various stakeholders in two separate meetings at the Read on » » »

Cameroon: Bishop of buea instructs education secretary to suspend reopening till further notice.

The Education secetary for Buea Diocese Fr. Alexender Sob, on the instructions of the Bishop, His Lordship Bishop Emmanuel Bushu, Chancellor of Academic orders has postponed the reopening of all Catholic Schools within the Buea Diocese until further notice. This is to say, CKC Read on » » »

Cameroon: The Tombel Massacre of 1966

+The reasons for the massacre were complex.   According to Victor T. Levine’s, The Cameroon Federal Republic (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1971). Levine depicts the Tombel Massacre (pp. 155-157) On December 31, 1966, a mob of Bakossi in Tombel ran riot and slaughtered as Read on » » »

Cameroon -A must read:Moments in U.S. Diplomatic History

+Creating of Yaounde’s First Consulate. The first official U.S. diplomatic post in Cameroon was founded in 1957 during its waning days as a United Nations trust territory. The country was divided between the French and the British; both colonial powers had been preparing their Read on » » »

Cameroon: BGS Molyko principal will not extend GCE registration deadline

Hannah Mbua Etonde,BGS Molyko Buea Even though Anglophone teachers are on an indefinite strike, the newly appointed Principal to the school has told students that the deadline will expire on Tuesday December 10, 2016 and will not be extended. According to the Weekly English Read on » » »

Ethiopian Judaism Identical To That Practiced By Ancient Jews?

  Ethiopian Jews are discriminated against in Israel. Dr. Yossi Ziv has been researching the religious rituals of the Ethiopian Jewish population still in Ethiopia and discovered that they maintained the same customs and traditions as the Jews of the Second Temple period for Read on » » »

CAMEROON:FINAL RESULTS OF EMIA ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

The Minister Delegate at the Presidency in charge of Defence, Joseph Beti Assomo on Friday 25th of November ,2016 signed a communique releasing the final results of those admitted in to National Military Academy (EMIA)for the 2016 session.The following names of successful candidates which Read on » » »

Cameroon: UB Lecturers Add Their Voice To Anglophone Teachers Strike Planned For Nov. 21st

    Lecturers of the University of Buea after a meeting this morning 17th of November ,2016, decided that the strike action initially announced for November 21st must and will hold in all schools of English speaking Cameroon (that is North and South Wests Read on » » »

Cameroon:Students of University SOA Demonstrating for the Non-payment of Excellence Award,D’la mobilising

Report says Students of the University of Yaounde II – Soa are currently protesting over the non payment of their Excellence award prices (in french-Prime d’Excellence). Some students are however currently being paid, but all the students of the 2014-2015 batch of the Private Law says Read on » » »

Archaeologists Unearth Mummy in Egyptian Tomb Circa 1075 B.C.

Archaeologists Discover Millennia-Old Mummy in Egyptian Tomb   Spanish archaeologists have discovered a millennia-old mummy in “very good condition” near the southern Egyptian town of Luxor, the antiquities ministry said Sunday. The find was in a tomb likely dating from between 1075-664 B.C. on Read on » » »