Humphrey Ekema Monono, Cameroon GCE Board Registrar has released the 2012 General Certificate of Education (Advanced and Ordinary Levels). However, the fever is high everywhere as students continue to hunt for the results. City Chemist Roundabout in Bamenda was yesterday evening jam-packed with students who stormed the area to look for newspaper inorder to get their results. Yet, it is aired that newspapers have been sidelined in the dissemination and publication of the results. even the street side computerized results were not available as if to say everyone will depend on CRTV for the results. Public opinion is however skeptical at the decision of the Board to use only the public media. Notwithstanding, according to the release St. Aloysius Minor Seminary and Our Lady of Lord College have scored a 100% at both levels.The Northwest Region registered in the overall results approximately 58%.
Humphrey Ekema Monono who was called up for questioning by the Supreme State Control for disastrous management has again decided to prioritize the government media as students of far-off areas who depend on the print for their results are helpless.With CRTV signals covering not up to half of the national territory, the premise of the GCE Board is reported jam-packed with students in-search of results. ( Results coming Soon on this site)
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