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GCE 2017: Scripts stolen in Yaoundé

The registrar of the GCE Board has confirmed rumours that more than 200  scripts were stolen at the Franky Comprehensive High School in Yaoundé, capital of La Republique du Cameroun.
Humphrey  Ekema Monono was speaking to Cameroon Calling on the CRTV on Sunday.
Monono said the scripts disappeared barely two days into the exams.

After consulting hierarchy, the students were given another set of questions, he said.
The boss of the GCE Board revealed that they "suspected  the authorities around the school" for the theft, given that the main door "was never broken into".
The marking of what has been termed "political GCE" is underway.
Humphrey believes that the  results could be  released during the second week of August.
Due to the unrest in West Cameroon, the General Certificate of Education examinations have faced unprecedented problems in recent years.
Some students have been killed while many others have received life-time injuries.

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