EDUCATION

University Lecturer, Agbor Nkongho Suspended Over Exam Question On Anglophone Crisis

Authorities in Cameroon have ordered the suspension of a University lecturer who set a question on the Anglophone crisis in his student exams

Human rights lawyer and teacher at the University of Buea, Felix Agbor Nkongho added a compulsory question to his March 3, 2020 assessment, on the course ‘Political and Constitutional History of Cameroon’

“The Anglophone crisis since 2016 was caused by the Teachers’ and Lawyers’ strike. Assess the validity of this statement” – question one on the exam paper read, requiring students to answer on a score of 40

In a release yesterday, the Minister of Higher Education ordered the vice Chancellor of the University of Buea, Prof Ngomo Horace Manga to put an end to Nkongho’s duties as lecturer

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