Cameroon: President Paul Biya Supports Private Education With 6.5 Billion FCFA

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As a measure to keep private institutions safe and relieve teachers of private institutions in the country who has been for months without salary as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, President Paul Biya has disbursed the sum of 6.5 billion FCFA as subvention money to encourage them to continue with their services.

This information is content in a document signed on June 12 by the minister of secondary education, Professor Nalova Lyonga as she applauds the president for his kind gesture.

Speaking to an English Literature teacher on a telephone line to the nation’s capital, Yaounde, Mr Mbutuh Romanus expressed his dissatisfaction with his school authorities and said since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, he has not received even a single Franc as salary because they were not teaching.

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Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in Cameroon, life has not been easy with many of these private institution teachers in Cameroon especially those who solely depended on teaching, as many of them have received the news of presidential subvention with mixed feelings saying they are not sure it may reach them.

In a related story, President Paul Biya on June 10 offered protective masks to all universities in the country as a measure to help prevent the contraction of the virus as classes timidly resumes across the country after more than two months of coronavirus break.

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