School Reopening: Education Stakeholders Multiply Efforts

Both local administrative and traditional authorities have multiplied strategies to enable schools reopen in the South West Region.

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The various strata of society in the South West Region are mobilising for school resumption today January 23, 2017 after close to two months of ghost schools. The latest efforts came from Regional educational authorities, traditional rulers and the administration.  

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Lately, the Divisional Officer for Buea , Wokam Paul  convened traditional rulers of Buea and urged them to enable parents of their various villages to send their children to school. The meeting rose in the D.O's Office with the agreement that the various chiefs were to use Town criers and door to door approaches to get children out of their homes for school. Chief Johnson of Wokaka, on behalf of the traditional rulers, assured the D.O. of effective mobilisation in their villages. Last weekend, Govenor Bernard Okalia Bilai was on a wide-range campaign in Buea heading a panel made of South West Delegates; for Secondary Education, Apah Johnson, Basic Education, Motaze Dorothy, Vocatiomal Training, Atefor John and GCE Board Registrar, Humphrey Ekema Monono.

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