HIGH LEVEL OF ILLITERACY IN THE NEXT FEW YEARS IN MY VILLAGE BAI KUKE - CAMEROON

Che Clinton
Posted December 4, 2018 from Cameroon

The on going ANGLOPHONE CRISIS in Cameroon in both Norht west and South West region respectively,has led to high illiteracy in this two regions in the next few year to come due to the boycott of schools..To add to this,the drastical killing, internal displays families and persons,burning of houses and villages etc...... Particularly now to talk about the situation in MY VILLAGE (BAI KUKE)situated in south west region,meme division and in Mbonge sub division. were no child is even thinking of school or any form of educational training.I personally am in North west Region,BAMENDA am schooling here because I  have the privilege because am in town. When I when  back to the village, i noticed that every body is base on farming work not dreaming about anything concerning school again.Also some are not even living in the village again but in the bushes around. The crisis started in 22 November 2016 and till now no issuer of resolving the problem between the two parties that are involved. Girls in the village are having unwanted pregnancy, many abortions boys are robbers, lots of criminal activities going ooooh my God i share tears when i saw this... All be the same 

TO GOD BE THE GLORY. ...

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Jill Langhus
Dec 05, 2018
Dec 05, 2018

Hi Che,

Welcome to World Pulse:-) Thanks for sharing your sad story. I'm glad that you are still receiving an education dear. What is your most pressing wish, right now? And, what are your dreams, and goals?

Che Clinton
Dec 12, 2018
Dec 12, 2018

I am studying accounting and business management, and i just wish to have a better job in future or to be self employed and to creat jibs to others in order to increase the standard of others and also helping the general population ...

Jill Langhus
Dec 12, 2018
Dec 12, 2018

Hi Che,

Very nice:-) That's a very nice goal and mission, dear. I hope that you are able to achieve your goals soon, and that you village becomes safer and more peaceful again soon, too.

Hope you have a safe day, dear.

Hannah B
Dec 06, 2018
Dec 06, 2018

Hello Che,
I am so sorry to hear about what is happening in Cameroon, and especially in your village! It is so important that people like you are sharing the truth and reminding all of us that we cannot forget these communities that are suffering during this conflict. I hope you will keep writing and sharing about your home and life!
Warm regards,
Hannah

Che Clinton
Dec 12, 2018
Dec 12, 2018

Thanks for ur time to read my article.....

Ngwa Damaris
Dec 08, 2018
Dec 08, 2018

I just don’t like to think of what is happening in my beloved Cameroon.Let us join our voices and speak out so that we pave a way for peace to reign

Anita Kiddu Muhanguzi

Dear Che,
Welcome to World Pulse. It is a very sad statw of affairs indeed. It breaks my heart that this conflict is still on going. Am glad you are studying and am sure you will help the people in your community. I know it is not easy but never let your dreams die. We are with you in spirit. Stay safe

Jacqueline Namutaawe

It is unfortunate about the high illiteracy levels we are fighters you know fighting to bring the desired change we want in our communities. When we educate girls we empower a revolution.