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Monday, 28 August 2006

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s.akamembulle

The financial setback of GCE BOARD started since the creation of the board.I belief the government creation of the GCE BOARD was not to satisfy the anglophone community but to give the GCE examination the credibility it deserved especially since it was wrongfully handled right from the time it was taken over from LONDON.If therefore the government fails to finace the board them we ourselves must do something. Education is something nobody can compromise.A society needs literate people in order to grow.We all comment the sacrifices administered by our poorly paid teachers each and every year for the success of the GCE examination.There is nobody who can work on an unsatisfied mind. we believe our teachers accept all the financial odds to proceed with the marking of the examination for the sake our innocent children.The newly appointed registrar Mr Monono should not be used as a sacrificial lame. He inherited this financial germ within the GCE BOARD and may leave the board with this financial problems still hanging.If this GCE BOARD fails it will not only be a disaster to the anglophone community in Cameroon but to the entire anglo-saxon education in the world.There should therefore be a mighty challenge to the anglophone community to enable the success of GCE BOARD.Let the anglopnone businessmen,elites,traders,musicians,kings,gamblers and even those abroad put their heads together and rescue this appailing situation in Buea.We will request the people in authority,pastors and priest,musicians,even the teachers themselves to organise rallies.conferences,concerts and many other activities that can draw populations and ask people to contribute their widow's might in order to raise fund for our prestigious and respectable GCE BOARD.There is no problem without a solution.We should look for an immediate solution to rescue our GCE BOARD before it collapses.
S. AKAMEMBULLE (SOUTH AFRICA )

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