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Secondary education minister dismisses nonpayment 'rumours'

The Minister of Secondary Education has issued a press release dismissing claims that examiners of the 2017 exam season in Cameroon have not been paid for their job.
Minister Bibehe states that payment is being done in stages following instructions given to regional delegates.
However, he admits that there has been some delay in three regions namely Centre, Adamawa and West.

Newspaper reports on Tuesday claimed that the results of baccalaureate examinations are being held back because of lack of money. Examiners have not been paid for deliberation to take place, they say.
Le Jour cites an unnamed source from the Ministry of Secondary Education  who revealed that there was a financial crisis rocking the country. The money had not been disbursed for the programme, says the  source.
The same paper claims to have contacted the head of the body in charge of the baccalaureate examinations. Zackarie Mbatsogo is said to have failed to supply reliable information on the situation.
Further attempts to have him speak proved futile as he wouldn't answer the calls anymore, says the paper.
Whatever the case, Cameroon has borrowed huge sums of money in recent months to revamp its economy.

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