16, May 2017
The Francophone regime in Yaoundé has announced two competitive entrance examinations for the special recruitment of 50 magistrates and 30 court registrars from Southern Cameroons in a move interpreted by the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium as a desperate attempt at stifling the West Cameroon revolution.
The Biya regime, dominated by vicious anti Anglophone elements launched the so-called recruitment examination at the Advanced School of Administration and Magistracy, ENAM. A statement aired by the state owned radio and television stated that the competitive entrance organized by the Ministry of Public Service and Administrative Reforms is for the 2017/2018 academic year.
The information was contained in a press release signed by a Francophone cabinet Minister, Michel Ange Angouing. The release further stated that the written part of the examination shall be only in the English language. The Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium has called on Southern Cameroonians not to take part in the process. A spokesperson for the Consortium said the recruitment of 50 magistrates and 30 court registrars will not resolve the acute unemployment in Southern Cameroons.
The Francophone political elites say the examination will be written in four of the ten regions notably Centre, North, North West and South West. Potential examiners have been referred to the notice board of the Ministry and regional delegations or the website of the Ministry of Public Service for details.
By Rita Akana with files from CRTV