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Cameroon: 'Deceased individual passes ENAM entrance exams'

A man has reportedly passed the competitive entrance examination into the National School of Administration and Magistracy after being declared dead before the oral phase.

Ndjomo Milsaint, 39, passed away on October 9, and the final phase if the exams took place in November.

The alarm was raised by one of the 'unfortunate candidates' of the exams on his timeline. 

"I'm a victim of injustice. Six of us sat the exam as internal candidates into ENAM, Cycle A of Social Affairs Administration.

"But one of us died before the interview: Ndjomo Milsaint, may his soul rest in peace.

"And curiously his name featured among the five successful candidates, though he had died before the interview.

"The only name that disappeared is mine: Eyengue Mvogo Daniel, in spite of the fact that I did the interview and am still alive," Eyengue is quoted as saying on Facebook by Cameroon-Info.Net.

The deceased is reportedly from the South region, President Biya's very own region of origin.

The 2017/2018 session of exams into ENAM was one of the most controversial, with the director of the institution and the minister of public service fighting over the power to publish results.

Over 400 names were reportedly added by the minister to a list previously published by the director . 

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