Cameroon: Son of CPDM billionaire expelled from ENAM for cheating during exams 6

The Disciplinary Board of the National School of Administration and Magistracy (ENAM) has expelled five students, including three Cameroonians and two foreigners (a Chadian and a CAR) for cheating during second year examinations.  Abas Mohamadou Ousmanou, son of CPDM billionaire from Ngaoundere, Alhaji Abbo is among the excluded.

They were caught trying to access documents related to a core module from their mobile phones. ENAM examination laws prohibit the use of any material or electronic devices. In response to a request for an explanation that was served to the students by the disciplinary board of ENAM, the respondents argued that: “Having almost finished, we pulled out our phones to look at the time. It was at that point that the supervisor asked us to hand over the phones to him”.

The students pleaded guilty of violating ENAM examination rules and regulations.  Abas Mohamadou Ousmanou and his gang of fraudsters received no pity from the disciplinary board.

Rita Akana (Cameroon Concord News Group)