FAILED INTEGRATION: Jacques Fame Ndongo and Joseph Le will kill the education system in CMR

FAILED INTEGRATION: Jacques Fame Ndongo and Joseph Le will kill the education system in CMR

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May 22, 2022 0

FAILED INTEGRATION: Jacques Fame Ndongo and Joseph Le will kill the education system IN CMR

The end of direct integration into the civil service for teachers graduating from the ENS is causing many reactions.
Jacques Fame Ndongo, Minister of Higher Education and Joseph Le, Minister of the Civil Service, ask the Secretary General of the Prime Ministry, Seraphin Magloire Fouda, to put an end to the automatic integration of teachers trained at the ENS (Ecole Normale Supérieure) by 2023.

That is to say, after the competition for access to the ENS for training, teachers must still make a competition this time organized by the Minfopra to be integrated. This news is causing many reactions on social networks. Voices are raised to cry scandal.



According to the whistleblower Boris Bertolt, Jacques Fame Ndongo and Joseph Le “definitely want to kill the country and bury it. This decision is “the latest stupidity of the government of Paul Biya to permanently kill education in Cameroon.”

We learn that two ministers of the Republic, Jacques Fame NDONGO, Minister of Higher Education and Joseph The Minister of the Civil Service ask the Secretary General of the Prime Ministry, Seraphin Magloire Fouda to put an end to the automatic integration of teachers trained at the ENS.

That is to say, after the competition for access to the ENS for training, teachers must still make a competition this time organized by MINFOPRA to be integrated.

1) the Ecole Normale Supérieure is first and foremost a prestigious school. It is not because a regime of miscreants has devalued the teaching function that it loses its status. Therefore, there is no need to torture these brave compatriots who form the future of the nation.

2) There is a serious problem of quality that will arise. If someone finishes the training instead of being directly thrown on the field, some of them may spend another 5, 6, 9 years before being integrated. For what return and what quality.

3) They dare to say that the integration competition will be organized by MINESEC according to the needs of MINESEC. Do you mean that for years MINESUP has been launching the competition by chance without consulting MINESEC and MIFOPRA. On what basis were the number of places fixed?

4) This is another form of administrative heaviness and a multiplication of pockets of corruption.

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