GCE 2013 Results – Awaiting The List To Be Published

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The general public is hereby informed that this year’s GCE results were carried LIVE on Cameroon‘s only ONLINE radio station: Rush FM 98.2 Bali Nyonga.
The results are expected to be published soon, as soon as we receive them. If you are in a hurry, please call the radio station you might get the information you need.

Follow the link below:

http://beryl.streamguys.com:2240/rushfm.m3u

cameroonwebnews.com | July 31, 2013

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  • http://twitter mandelo1997

    CRTV hasn t really progress from its poor system of communication although it is funded with a huge sum annually,This social medial was suppose to be one of the best in the world.It secretly coperates with MTN but the outcome ist still zero,.we are not like criticizing it but that s just the fact .forinstance very vita infos like our results which keep parents and students in suspense were not supose to last for too many days be4 publication but its unfurtunately so.WHY??..we know our gov t is realy trying his best but som e of his members are very wareward.Even the old members (of 70s&80yrs)still dont undertd how the parliamt funktion

  • http://wack Killuminati

    its good we all are participants of this sluggish nature of our educational bureau. Well we could instigate a change if we want and set things rite. am not revolutionary.

  • mengjoh blaise blaizo

    ooooooooooh that is very painfull for us to sress to writa an stil stress to receive our results wat a pity cousing student to face difficulties in seing their results giving that to mtn when the services will not be fast was useless some one cannopt type the code they gave at 3 today and receive it at 5 the next da dat was to poor of them their service was 0 on50 so next time if they have to do such a thing let them try an be fast i the services that will be more understandable . and to the gce board the results are not for buisiness making they are for the students.pppppppppppppppppppppppppplllllllllllllllllllllllllllllssssssssssssssss

  • damian

    We Cameroonians should better start thinking about moving and staying ahead rather than drifting backwards and forwards all the time.We are in the computer age and the results would have prefarably been made available online firstly before MTN.It is very aching for parents and thier children who are involved in this demise.The radio stations are even very sluggish in their readings.CRTV yaounde for examlpe has taken three days already just to read the advanced levels.This whole system is very chaotic and needs to be changed with immediate effect.Why pay to take and exam and then pay again to have the results?I’m so pissed up!

    • Agogo

      Sorry Sir, we are making every effort to publish the results. We are dumbfounded that they will ask students to pay to have access to their results. However, rest assure that as soon as we have them available, they will be made accessible free of charge. Check back from time to time.

  • DONFACK

    THIS IS WHY CAMEROON WILL NEVER GROW WITH THIS ATTITUDE

  • lince

    NOT EVERY BODY DO HAVE A RADIO NOR CAN HAVE THE SAME RADIO STATION IN HIS ENVIRONMENT. THE RESULTS HAVE TO BE TO BE PUBLISHED IN ONE WAY OR THE OTHER TO PERMIT THE STUDENT TO KNOW THEIR STATUS. THANK

  • lince

    communication the said is an important means reach any body from pace to another but however CRTV is the worst means to transmitt this information to students

  • http://yahoofrance sime fredy

    we are really in need of those results may they published if at list for also anglophone section to feel free 1 month before school restarts ohhhh

    • Agogo

      We will publish the results of ALL Cameroonians if we receive them.

  • http://informatiquepourtous.blog4ever.net IP_Man

    Thanks again, but when I tried to download the 2012 results, they asked me to pay. Whatever, thanks

  • Nani

    Please can someone help me out with O/Level results really need them

    • Agogo

      We will publish them as soon as they are in our possession. Thanks

  • http://yahoo.com emerance

    NOT EVERY BODY DO HAVE A RADIO NOR CAN HAVE THE SAME RADIO STATION IN HIS ENVIRONMENT. THE RESULTS HAVE TO BE TO BE PUBLISHED IN ONE WAY OR THE OTHER TO PERMIT THE STUDENT TO KNOW THEIR STATUS. THANKS

    • Agogo

      I agree with you. That’s the information we received and we are making you aware of it. However, as soon as we are in possession of those results, we will gladly publish them for you. They are your results, indeed.

  • http://informatiquepourtous.blog4ever.net IP_Man

    Thanks a lot for the information
    please can one have in his box, for they are asking me to pay before downloading on scrib.
    Thanks again

    • Agogo

      ALL our published articles on Scrib are FREE of charges. You should NOT be paying anything to download the results. We have not YET publish the 2013 GCE results, we are still waiting to have the lists send to us. Thanks.

  • Ammen Ammen

    Good but please lets have the result as soon as its out thanks

    • Agogo

      We publish the results as soon as we receive them. Please be patient.

  • YANNICK NGOH

    MTN has bought the results from the board. They are making students to have tension. They have a code that is used to check your status, but when sent, no reply for a day, so, i donot know how to term them. i just believe they are trying to balance up the money they used to buy from the board. 150frs for a status check. cameroon is becoming unbecoming. one could say privatisation…

    • Agogo

      I am not aware of what MTN does with the results they receive from the Board. However, as far as Cameroonwebnews is concerned, we will publish the 2013 GCE results to everyone for FREE. We WILL not ask for compensation for this public service.

  • ndi romeo

    this result is ours and not that of the GCEboard,why then are they waisting our time over nothing?

    • Agogo

      I agree with you 100%.

  • http://www.crtv.cm CRTV

    This is CRTV national station. follow it better quality on http://www.ipersat.net/crtv