After the scandal that rocked the entrance examination into the National School of Administration and Magistracy two weeks ago, a new cacophony is fuelling debates around the oral exams into this so-called prestigious school in La Republique du Cameroun.
Cameroon Intelligence Report has learned that examiners and officials assigned to stage the oral segment of the examination last week, found with bitterness a string of irregularities concerning certain candidates declared eligible.
Of the candidates who took the oral exam, several never filed an application. Another category of candidates were the ones whose files have been filed but who never participated in the written part of the examination. And above all,those who registered for cycle B but were admitted for orals in cycle A.
These cases of irregularities including the litigious ones were discovered among the 452 candidates added by the Minister of Public Service and Administrative Reform on the list previously published by the director of the School.
The communications department of the Ministry of Public Service recently opined that there were simple errors that could be corrected. However, sources at ENAM say they were “deliberate errors.”
By Sama Ernest with files from CIN