Anglophone Text Book Affair: Ambazonians no strangers to French Cameroun dismissals, but Biya era is different 0

The Francophone regime in Yaounde has expelled eight Southern Cameroons pedagogic inspectors from their positions.  The French Cameroun government say the 8 are accused of having participated in the propagation of a book conveying secessionist ideas.

The book in question, “Moving on student’s Book 2”, was removed from the official list of textbooks recommended for the 2017-2018 academic year. The book carries on page 56 a lesson on rights and freedoms, a concept through which the author praised the people of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia by inserting the Ambaland flag, instead of the theme on living together contained in the original book.

The Biya Francophone regime noted that the authors of this far-reaching falsification have been formally identified.  Cameroon Concord News gathered that the eight  are teachers serving with the Ministry of Secondary Education as pedagogical inspectors, an employee of the British Embassy in Yaounde and two employees of the publishing House, Cosmos Educational Press Ltd.

We understand the Ministry of Secondary Education has decided that all books published by Cosmos Educational Press Ltd will be gradually removed from the official list of textbooks in La Republique du Cameroun.

Names of people involved

Nduge Alfred Enang

Emme Mojoko Evele

Mballe Samuel Eseh

Obenson Gregory Ayuk

Fudelis Atabong Tatuh

Ekwoge Joseph Elongo

Tabi Ayuk Suzana Ngwa

Asaba Morfaw Prudencia Emeteh

Arrey Elvis N., employee at the British Embassy

Bong Moses P., employee at Cosmos Publishing House

Ntungwe Ebane N., employee at Cosmos Publishing House

By Sama Ernest with files from CIN