The daughter of the La Republique Presidential couple, Brenda Anasthasie Elle Eyenga Biya is reported to be one of the candidates who will sit in for this year’s entrance exam into ENAM, which is an academic institution apparently reserved for the privileged of the country.
The 20 year old is 325th on the list of candidates, for the competitive exam.
Now the question is; does she really need to write this exam, knowing fully well that her arbitrary ruler of a father will play his cards foully as usual, and fit her in? It might just be to officialise her entrance, no one knows. If Biya had been doing it for relations of his close collaborators then it shan't be a big deal to perform the magic for her daughter whose waywardness has gone too far beyond imagination and this might just be what would trigger a bit of responsibility in her!
She had been reacting on social media about the issue saying “you study outside the country, they criticise you... you come back to your country, they still do same... Know that Cameroon belongs to all Cameroonians” Brenda declared. Other people equally reacted like Boris Bertolt “this move she is about to make poses no problem to me. To be the son or daughter of the President doesn’t prevent one from wanting to serve their country. The worry is, she might not write but succeed and then be promoted after a few months. If it happens that way, it will be the beginning of problems” the journalist said.
It can already be announced that one candidate has made it in the ENAM competitive exam 2017. Let the other candidates bid for the rest of the spaces with the money they have, till just the ones who paid heavily and had Godfathers are left.
Studied B.Sc Journalism and Mass Communication at University of Buea
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