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Government says unregistered candidates are free to write GCE!

Despite the current political crisis that has made several students to be absent from school since November last year, the GCE 2017 is going to hold, according to the measures the government is putting in place. In an article written by Ignatius Nji for the Eden Newspaper; Jean Ernest Massina Ngalle, Minister of Secondary Education, has instructed principals in the North West region that willing candidates who have not registered should be allowed to sit for the GCE exams and french equivalent exams if they show up on the examination day. The registration formalities can be handled thereafter, the minister said. The minister promised to ensure that government puts in place what it would take to guarantee their safety. The minister also promised special prizes for those who participate and pass their exams this year.

Meanwhile, the North West governor; Adolphe Lele L’Afrique, cautioned the principals and Divisional delegates of secondary education to discourage the continuous adherence to the calls for boycotts of public events. Teachers, he said, should denounce all those who go round threatening fellow colleagues to stay off work. Any such acts, Lele L’Afrique warned should be reported to the security forces for appropriate action.

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