The English crisis that has shaken Cameroon for almost two years has not been a success for the start of the 2018-2019 school year.
On Monday, September 3, there was an absence in almost all schools and schools in the Northwest and Southwest regions. The streets have remained empty for a successful dead city.
For fear of insecurity for their offspring, parents preferred to keep their children at home. The majority of schools in the Southwest have remained closed, or have only welcomed teachers. In some communities in the north-west, gunshots have been fired to prevent a return to school.
Despite the fact that some separatist leaders of the "ambazonia" said that he would not retaliate against the students, the population has succumbed to the usual psychosis of "ghost town". However, the efforts of the mayor of Buea who offered 25 million FCFA scholarship to high 1600 and students, to eradicate the dead cities, and prove a flawless comeback, are doomed to failure.
If Monday is dead city, we hope to see students on the roads of their schools in the future days.
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