Thursday, 14 September 2017

President Biya’s Son and Daughter Scramble Aggressively For Positions In ENAM … Read

The son of the President of the Republic appears on the provisional lists of the administrative Cycle B. Paul Biya Junior, second son of President Paul Biya will be sitting for the Entrance examination into the Higher National School of Administration and Magistracy – ENAM in the coming days.

The puzzles of President Biya’s decision to change the educational plan and location for his kids, are still to fall into place. But what ever the reason behind wanting to have his children in ENAM is, time will unveil.
President Biya’s Son and Daughter Scramble Aggressively For Positions In ENAM … Read
Candidate No. 901 Biya Paul Junior will be writing the entrance into Cycle B of General Administration, while his senior sister Brenda wrote last week in Finance Administration.
Within the Cameroon presidential family, Brenda Anastasia Eyenga Biya is not the only one to choose the National School of Administration and Magistracy (ENAM) to continue her studies.
The name of Biya Paul Junior appears on the provisional lists of candidates in the administrative cycle B competition. 

The son of the President of the Republic of Cameroon is one of the 4837 candidates in the sector. Until his candidacy is confirmed in the next few days, it should be noted that Brenda Biya has applied in the Treasury section of Cycle B. President Biya’s Son and Daughter Scramble Aggressively For Positions In ENAM … Read.


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