PROVISIONAL OVERVIEW
Tables 1 and 2 contain summaries of the results of the most outstanding Bakweri students in the 2010 GCE examinations. As you can see, the number of Bakweri students who scored 16 points or more at the Ordinary level increased by 19 on last year’s number, and the number of Bakweri students who scored 11 points or more at the Advanced level increased by 16 on last year’s number.
Table 1 Summary of the 2010 GCE Ordinary Level results achieved by Bakweri students who scored 16 points or more.  
YEAR  Number of students  TOTAL PASS GRADES  
A  B  C  
2010  50  148  220  121 
2009  31  103  134  73 
Table 2 Summary of the 2010 GCE Advanced Level results achieved by Bakweri students who scored 11 points or more.
 
YEAR  Number of students 
TOTAL OF EACH TYPE OF PASS GRADE ACHIEVED  
A  B  C  D  E  
2010  40  25  56  61  17  14 
2009  24  13  29  36  15  7 
The two tables below contain the names, grades and schools of the most outstanding Bakweri students at the GCE Advanced and Ordinary Levels. The performances of the top three students at each level are:
ADVANCED LEVEL
1^{st} ) Frida Embolo Nganje of Bilingual Grammar School, Molyko, Buea, who passed in five
subjects with the following grades: 4A,1C in Biology‘A’, Chemistry‘A’, Maths‘A’, Further Maths‘A’ and Physics‘C’
2^{nd} ) Lisuke Carlson Ndive of St Bedes College, Ashing, who passed in five subjects with
the following grades: 2A,3B in Economics‘A’, Religion‘A’, Geography‘B’, Maths‘B’, Further Maths‘B’.
3^{rd} ) Eposi Manka’a Tanda of Saker Baptist College, Limbe, who passed in five subjects
with the following grades: 3A,1B,1E in Biology‘A’, Chemistry‘A’, Further Maths‘A’, Maths‘B’ and Physics‘E’.
ORDINARY LEVEL
1^{st} ) Eposi Enjema CarineSolange of Presbyterian Girls Secondary School, Limbe, who
passed in eleven subjects with the following grades: 9A,1B,1C in Biology‘A’, Chemistry
‘A’, Economics‘A’, Geography‘A’, Human Biology‘A’, Maths‘A’, Additional Maths‘A’, Physics‘A’, Religion‘A’, English‘B, French‘C’.
2^{nd} ) Matilda Eposi Njie (native of Wokwaongo village, Buea) of Baptist High School
, Buea, who passed in eleven subjects with the following grades: 8A,3B in Biology‘A’,
Chemistry‘A’, Economics‘A’, English‘A’, Human Biology‘A’, Maths‘A’, Additional Maths‘A’, Physics‘A’, Geography‘B’, French‘B’, Religion‘B’.
3^{rd} ) Two students came joint third.
Malvin Loka Elingoe Lisinge of Baptist High School, Buea, who is a native of WonyaLyonga village in Buea and son of Mola Arthur Ekeke Lisinge and Iya Esther Lisinge nee Menyoli, passed in eleven subjects with the following grades: 7A,4B in Biology –‘A’, Economics‘A’, English‘A’, Human Biology‘A’, Maths‘A’, Physics‘A’, Religion‘A’, Chemistry‘B’, French‘B’, Geography‘B’, Additional Maths‘B’.
TessyKoko Kulu of GHS Bokwaongo, who is a native of Wova(Bova) village in Buea and daughter of Mola Ngenye Henry Kulu, also passed in eleven subjects with grades 7A,4B. She achieved her grades as follows: Biology‘A’, Chemistry‘A’, Economics‘A’, English‘A’, French‘A’, Geography‘A’, Maths‘A’, Additional Maths‘B’, Computer Science‘B’, Human Biology‘B’, Physics‘B’.
FAKO UK EDUCATION COMMITTEE Table 3: 2010 ADVANCED LEVEL BAKWERI HONOURS LIST This table contains the names, grades and schools of the most outstanding Bakweri students in the 2010 Cameroon GCE Advanced Level examination. To appear on this list, students have to score 11 points or more. At the Advanced Level, grades A, B, C, D and E are pass grades and points for each grade are as follows; A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2 and E=1. Where students have the same points, the student(s) with the highest number A grades and/or B grades etc is ranked higher. These students are ready to conquer university.  
rank 
Name 
SCHOOL  # of subj 
Grades  pts scored 
1^{st}  Frida Embolo Nganje  Bilingual Grammar School Molyko, Buea  5  4A,1C  23 
2^{nd}  Lisuke Carlson Ndive  St Bedes College, Ashing  5  2A,3B  22 
3^{rd}  Eposi Manka’a Tanda  Saker Baptist College, Limbe  5  3A,1B,1E  20 
4^{th}  Kinge Ikoso Martin  Gov. High School, Limbe  5  1A,3B,1C  20 
5^{th}  Fidelis Ndumbe Mbome Mbella  St Joseph’s College ,Sasse, Buea  5  2A,2C,1D  18 
6^{th}  Vevanje Liwato Ndive Roland  Baptist High School, Buea  5  1A,2B,1C,1D  18 
7^{th}  Oscar Ebanja Monono  Frankfils College, Buea  5  3B,2C  18 
8^{th}  Shafak Jemea Njako  Baptist High School, Buea  5  2A,2C,1C  17 
Joint 9^{th}  Karic NJAKO Egbe  St Joseph’s College, Sasse  5  1A,1B,2C,1D  17 
Esuka MikeValery Yume  St Joseph’s College, Sasse
 5  1A,1B,2C,1D  17  
Joint 11^{th}  Josiane Ebenye Mokoko  Saker Baptist College, Limbe  4  1A,2B,1C  16 
Edith Koffi Mbua (no 10^{th} position because 2 students came joint 9^{th}  Presbyterian C.S.S. Buea  4  1A,2B,1C  16  
13^{th}  Eko Henry Monongo (no 12^{th} position because 2 students came joint 11^{th}  Bilingual G.S. Molyko, Buea  5  1A,1B,2C,1E  16 
14^{th}  Titus Kale Mofoke Njie  Bilingual G.S. Molyko, Buea  4  1A,1B,2C  15 
15^{th}  Shirley Yoti Lyonga  Saker Baptist College, Limbe  4  3B,1D  14 
16^{th}  Ade Kelly Evenge  Bilingual G.S. Molyko, Buea  4  2B,2C  14 
17^{th}  Linda Namondo Muambo  Bilingual G.S. Molyko, Buea  5  1B,3C,1E  14 
18^{th}  Esterine Efeti Embele Lisinge  P.S.S Mankon, Bamenda  5  1B,2C,2D  14 
19^{th }  Limunga Enanga Monono  Saker Baptist College, Limbe  3  1A,2B  13 
Joint 20^{th}  Joan Elive Liengu Nganje  GHS Bokwaongo, Buea  4  2B,1C,1D  13 
Theres Ena Ewange  GHS Batoke  4  2B,1C,1D  13  
22^{nd}  Menyoli William Nzeparh (no 21^{st} position because of 2 students in joint 20^{th}  Seat of Wisdom, Fontem  4  1A,2C,1E  12 
Joint 23^{rd}  Follet Namonde Iya Namange  Saker Baptist College, Limbe  3  3B  12 
Tome Brown Njomo Hilda  Bilingual G.S. Molyko, Buea  3  3B  12  
Joint 25^{th}  Vanessa Nalova Mukoko  Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Muea  4  1B,2C,1D  12 
Luba Keka Simon Lewota (no 24^{th} position because of 2 students in joint 23^{rd}  BHS (PHS ?) Kumba  4  1B,2C,1D  12  
27^{th}  Enanga RoseMary Mondoa Lyonga (no 26^{th} position because of 2 students on joint 25^{th}  Bilingual Grammar School, Molyko, Buea  5  1B,2C,2E  12 
28^{th}  Collins Ladi Luma  Baptist High School, Buea  5  3C,1D,1E  12 
29^{th}  Ekema Ferdinand Luma  GHS Bokwaongo, Buea  3  1A,2C  11 
Joint 30^{th}  Marvelous Ngale Moka  GBHS Limbe  3  2B,1C  11 
Sarah Njomo Teke  GHS Batoke  3  2B,1C  11  
Sandra Nanyongo Ngundu  Saker Baptist College, Limbe  3  2B,1C  11  
33^{rd}  Mwambo Simon Ikome (no 31^{st} and 32^{nd} positions due to 3 students occupying 30^{th}  Bokwaongo External  4  2B,1D,1E  11 
Joint 34^{th}  Litombe Paul Molute  GHS Bokwaongo, Buea  4  1B,2C,1E  11 
Carine Imbolo Nganje  Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Muea, Buea  4  1B,2C,1E  11  
Seraphine Enyowe Lifambe  Inter Comprehensive, Great Soppo, Buea  4  1B,2C,1E  11  
Emilia Limunga Mokoko  Presbyterian C.S.S. Buea  4  1B,2C,1E  11  
Jason Ewumbwe Monono  Christian Comprehensive College, Nkolbmbong  4  1B,2C,1E  11  
39^{th}  Elisabeth Ngowo Lyonga (5 students came joint 34^{th}, so there are no 35^{th} ,36^{th} ,37^{th},38^{th} positions  GBHS Tiko  4  3C,1D  11 
40^{th}  Ewokolo Nanyongo Nangoh  Our Lady of Lourdes, Bamenda  5  2C,2D,1E  11 












FAKO UK EDUCATION COMMITTEE Table 4; 2010 ORDINARY LEVEL BAKWERI HONOURS LIST This table contains the names, grades and schools of the Bakweri students who scored 16 or more points in the 2010 Cameroon GCE Ordinary level examination. At the Ordinary level, the pass grades are A, B and C. Points are awarded as follows: A = 3, B = 2 and C = 1. When students have the same score, the student(s) with the highest number of A grades and/or B grades is ranked higher.  
rank 
NAME OF STUDENT 
SCHOOL  # of subj 
GRADES  Pts scored 
1^{st}  Eposi Enjema CarineSolange  Presbyterian Girls Secondary School, Limbe  11  9A,1B,1C  30 
2^{nd}  Matilda Eposi Njie  Baptist High School, Buea  11  8A,3B  30 
Joint 3^{rd}  Malvin Loka Elingoe Lisinge  Baptist High School, Buea  11  7A,4B  29 
TessyKoko Kulu  GHS Bokwaongo, Buea  11  7A,4B  29  
5^{th}  Lyonga Nchouat Charles (no 4^{th} position because of 2 students in joint 3^{rd} )  English High School, Yaounde  10  8A,1B,1C  27 
6^{th}  Mbua Peter Mbolo  Gov. Secondary School, Buea Town  11  6A,4B,1C  27 
7^{th}  Eko Franklin Feni Bille  Baptist High School, Buea  11  5A,5B,1C  26 
8^{th}  Ndumbe Ndumbe Alfred  GHS Limbe  11  5A,4B,2C  25 
9^{th }  Noel Ndombe Mbome  St Joseph’s College Sasse, Buea  11  4A,6B,1C  25 
10^{th}  Ndumbe Besong Elvis  Kumba College of Academic Standards  10  6A,2B,2C  24 
11^{th}  Rosalie Eposi Manga  Bilingual G.S. Molyko, Buea  10  5A,4B,1C  24 
12^{th}  Efeti Martha Tondo  Saker Baptist College, Limbe  10  4A,5B,1C  23 
13^{th}  Cynthia Edith Ndive  Presbyterian Girls S.S. Limbe  11  2A,8B,1C  23 
14^{th}  Harrison Kale Mbua Monoke  Baptist High School, Buea  10  4A,4B,2C  22 
15^{th}  Theckla Efeti Ikome  Saker Baptist College, Limbe  11  2A,7B,2C  22 
16^{th}  Emma Etonde Ndive  Presbyterian Girls S.S. Limbe  11  4A,2B,5C  21 
17^{th}  Sandra Nalova Forlemu  GSS Ekona  10  3A,5B,2C  21 
18^{th}  Derick Lyonga Vevanje  GSS Buea Rural, Bokova, Buea  10  2A,7B,1C  21 
19^{th}  Nathalie Ndedi Lyonga  Saker Baptist College, Limbe  11  2A,6B,3C  21 
20^{th}  Theresia Eposi Metombe  GHS Idenau  10  3A,4B,3C  20 
21^{st}  Monyonge Gobina Daniel Ngomba  St Joseph’s College Sasse, Buea  10  2A,6B,2C  20 
22^{nd}  Ngollo Elakie Ndombo  Bishop Rogan College, Buea  10  2A,5B,3C  19 
23^{rd}  Rose Nanyongo Muwa  Bilingual G.S. Molyko, Buea  10  1A,7B,2C  19 
24^{th}  Peter Namange  GHS Limbe  8  3A,4B,1C  18 
Joint 25^{th}  Dora Mojoko Ewule  Presbyterian Girls S.S Limbe  9  2A,5B,2C  18 
Elame Nako Francis  GSS Buea Town  9  2A,5B,2C  18  
27^{th}  Ewonde Ewonde Raphael (no 26^{th} position because of 2 students in joint 25^{th} )  GHS Bonjongo  10  2A,4B,4C  18 
28^{th}  Noela Enanga Ndumbe  Saker Baptist College, Limbe  11  2A,3B,6C  18 
Joint 29^{th}  Kange Koffi Nancy Jabea  Baptist Secondary S. Yaounde  10  1A,6B,3C  18 
Cynthia Efenge Bille  GHS Bokwaongo, Buea  10  1A,6B,3C  18  
Joint 31^{st}  Mosima Veseke Martin  GBHS Tiko  11  7B,4C  18 
Woloa Lyonga David (no 30^{th} position because of 2 students in joint 29^{th} )
 GHS Limbe  11  7B,4C  18  
33^{rd}  Etala Manga  Saker Baptist College, Limbe  9  3A,2B,4C  17 
34^{th}  Mokenge Timothy Nakie  St Joseph’s College Sasse Buea  9  2A,4B,3C  17 
35^{th}  Christyn Efosi Gobina  Presbyterian Comprehensive Secondary School, Buea  10  2A,3B,5C  17 
36^{th}  Nguve Joel Ebai  GBHS Muea, Buea  9  1A,6B,2C  17 
Joint 37^{th}  Juliette Ngowo Njie Makongo  Baptist High School, Buea  10  1A,5B,4C  17 
Lilian Etombi Njalla Quan  GHS Limbe  10  1A,5B,4C  17  
39^{th}  Sylvie Ngowo Mosaso  Presbyterian Girls S.S Limbe  10  7B,3C  17 
Joint 40^{th}  Lyonga Oscar Ndumbe  GBHS Tiko  7  3A,3B,1C  16 
Jasse Bernard Ngomba  GBHS Muyuka  7  3A,3B,1C  16  
42^{nd}  Dieudonne Lyonga Ekeke (no 41^{st} position because of 2 students in joint 40^{th} )  GSS Buea Town  8  3A,2B,3C  16 
43^{rd}  Derick Ndongo Ikome  Bilingual G.S.S Molyko, Buea  9  3A,1B,5C  16 
Joint 44^{th}
 Ngale Njonge Peter  UNIC Limbe  7  2A,5B  16 
Yvonne Mojoko Wole  GBHS Limbe  7  2A,5B  16  
46^{th}  Olivia Etondi Mbome (no 45^{th} position because of 2 students in joint 44^{th})  Buea External  8  2A,4B,2C  16 
joint 47^{th}
 Jobil Ndumbe Johnson  Molyko External  9  2A,3B,4C  16 
Christianna Ngowo Mwambo  GHS Bokwaongo, Buea  9  2A,3B,4C  16  
49^{th}  Doris Limunga Mafany (no 48^{th} position as 2 students came joint 47^{th})  Presbyterian Comprehensive Secondary School, Buea  9  1A,5B,3C  16 
50^{th}  Lenora Namondo Gobina  Saker Baptist College, Limbe  11  1A,3B,7C  16 





