The National commission for the promotion of bilingualism and multiculturalism embarks on a special evaluation mission of the implementation of bilingualism in ministries on Wednesday, reports CRTV.
The reports of the enquiry will be submitted to the head of state, they say.
The commission reportedly held a meeting on Tuesday in Yaoundé to set the strategies for the mission.
The commission was created last year as part of solutions to the concerns raised by Anglophone Cameroonians.
Why is the evaluation mission not a secret issue? Is announcing it not a way of making the people pretentious? Critics would caution that ministries be taken unawares to determine how much attention they give to bilingualism.
This, to us, is pure hypocrisy. Imagine the police car wailing pretentiously in the name of looking for a fugitive.
By the way, is it not necessary to handle bilingualism at the base? Wouldn't it be vital for the mission to move to primary and nursery schools?
Studied B.Sc Journalism and Mass Communication at University of Buea
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