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2012 BAKWERI GCE RESULTS ANALYSIS

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BAKWERI BOYS ARE COMPREHENSIVELY BEATEN BY BAKWERI GIRLS IN THE GCE RACE FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

 

For the fourth year running, Bakweri girls have outclassed their male counterparts at the GCE Ordinary and Advanced levels, sending a message to the Bakweri tribe that as long as there is no gender discrimination in all walks of life, the future of the Bakweri tribe lies in the hands of Bakweri women. Although this year’s Bakweri GCE results were worse than the previous three years’ with respect to the number of of Bakweri students who scored 16 or more GCE points at the Ordinary level and 11 GCE points or more at the Advanced level, the margin between boys and girls at the top of the academic spectrum remained as wide as it had been since the start of Bakweri GCE results analysis in 2009. (GCE points are worked out as follows: pass grades at the Ordinary level are A,B and C and their points are A=3, B=2 and C=1,  and the pass grades at the Advanced level are A, B, C, D and E and their points are A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2 and E=1. For Bakweri students to appear on the Bakweri Honour Roll, they need to score 16 GCE points or more at the Ordinary level and 11 points or more at the Advanced level. When two or more students score the same points, the student with the highest number of ‘A’ grades is ranked higher ,etc.)

 

At this year’s Advanced level, more than 120 Bakweri students passed. Girls dominated both the Arts and the Sciences. Of those who passed, 20 (18 less than last year’s 38) students scored 11 points or more. Of the 20 students who scored 11 points or more, 11 were girls and 9 were boys. Looking at the top of the grade spectrum, these 20 students achieved a total of 14 ‘A’ grades( 12 by girls and just 2 by boys) and 26 ‘B’ grades (15 by girls and 11 by boys).

 

At the Ordinary level, more than 200 Bakweri students passed and of this number, 28 (11 less than last year’s 39) scored 16 or more GCE points. Looking at the top of the grade spectrum, the 28 students who scored 16 points or more achieved 188 A and B grades combined (80 A’s and 108 B’s). 99 of these grades were achieved by girls and 89 by boys.

 

 OUTSTANDING BAKWERI STUDENTS

 

PART A: ADVANCED LEVEL

1st)

Tessy-Koko Kulu (female) of Bilingual Grammar School, Molyko, Buea, native of Bova(Wova) village in the BONAVADA area of Buea, daughter of Mola Henry Ngenye Kulu and Iya Mojoko Kulu nee Gobina, is the top Bakweri student in Cameroon in this year’s Advanced level exam. She achieved an impressive four straight ‘A’ grades in Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Further Maths, scoring 20 GCE points. Two years ago, she was joint 3rd Bakweri student at the Ordinary level with 7A’s and 4B’s and received a prize from Fako America for her excellent results. In an interview with Fako News Centre, she said ‘’ I want to thank Fako communities abroad for their analysis and encouragement they give Fako students. The prize award I received from Fako USA two years ago encouraged me to work even harder. I want to tell younger Bakweri students that they can do even better if they believe in themselves and strive to make a difference’’

 

2nd) Tina Nalova Ikome-Likambi (female) of Government Practising High School, Yaounde, comes 2nd  at this year’s Advanced level with 2A’s and 2B’s in her four subjects (French-A, Philosophy-A, Literature-B and History-B), scoring 18 GCE points.

 

3rd)

Eposi Enjema Carine Solange (female) of Presbyterian Comprehensive Secondary School, Buea, is 3rd Bakweri student in Cameroon at this year’s ‘A’ Levels, passing in 5 subjects with grades 2A’s, 1B, 1C and 1E, scoring 18 GCE points. The ‘A’ grades were achieved in Maths and Further Maths. Two years ago, she was the top Bakweri student at the Ordinary level with 9A’s, 1B and 1C and Fako America awarded her a handsome prize for her excellent results and for raising the prestige of the Bakweri tribe. Her parents died some years ago and her relatives have been taking care ever since. In an interview with Fako News Centre, she said ‘’before sitting the Advanced level, I was aiming to be the best Bakweri student in Cameroon but when I saw my results, I suspected I would not be first. I tried my best and I am happy I am on the Bakweri Honour Roll. I am devoted to my studies and also ensure that I do not disappoint my foster father who is my cousin, and others who are giving me financial assistance.

 

4th) Matilda Efosi Njie (female) of Baptist High School, Buea, native of Wokwaongo village in Buea, is 4th Bakweri student in Cameroon at the Advanced level, passing in four subjects with grades 1A, 2B’s and 1C, scoring 16 GCE points. Her ‘A’ grade was achieved in Mathematics. Two years ago, she was the 2nd best Bakweri student at the Ordinary level with 8A’s and 3B’s, and received an award from Fako America for her excellent results.

The full list of students on the Bakweri Honour Roll is included below as an attachment.

PART B: ORDINARY LEVEL

 

1st) Vanessa Ewokolo Ngale (female) of Saker Baptist College, Limbe, native of Small Soppo Wonganga, daughter of the late Buea Urban MP Adolf  Namme Ngale and Iya Doris Ngale nee Mokosso, is top Bakweri student in Cameroon at this year’s Ordinary level, passing in 11 subjects with grades 7A’s, 1B and 3C’s, scoring 26 GCE points. Her brilliant results surely wiped some of the tears from her mother’s eyes after the shock of her husband’s death in February 2012.

 

2nd) Shirley Eposi Ewelisane Dissake (female) of Our Lady of Lourdes, Bamenda, is 2nd best Bakweri student in Cameroon at this year’s Ordinary level, passing in 11 subjects with grades 5A’s , 5B’s and 1C, scoring 26 GCE points.

 

3rd) Yvonne Ngowo Esame (female) of Bilingual Grammar School, Molyko, Buea, is 3rd Bakweri student in Cameroon at this year’s Ordinary level, passing in 10 subjects with grades 6A’s, 3B’s and 1C, scoring 25 GCE points.

 

4th) Ngomba Litombe (male) of Government Secondary School, Buea Town, is 4th Bakweri student in Cameroon in this year’s Ordinary Level, passing in 10 subjects with 5A’s, 4B’s and 1C, scoring 24 GCE points.

See attachments below for full lists of Bakweri Honour Roll

 

Investigations to be carried out in Cameroon by Fako UK/Fako News Centre

1.     How Bakweri boys can learn from Bakweri girls and raise the quality of their grades.

2.     Why in the past four years, no Fako student has graduated in Mathematics in Buea University.

3.     Why just one Fako student has graduated in Physics in Buea university in the past four years.

 

 

FAKO UK/FAKO NEWS CENTRE, LONDON, SEPTEMBER 2012

 

 

2012 ADVANCED LEVEL BAKWERI HONOUR ROLL

More than 120 Bakweri students passed the 2012 Advanced, and 20 of them scored 11 or more GCE points. The names of the 20 students with 11 or more points are listed below.

Pass grades at Advanced level and their points are A=5, B=4, C=3,D=2 and E=1

(FAKO UK/FAKO NEWS CENTRE)

 

Pos.

NAME

SCHOOL

Subj

GRADES

pts

1st

Tessy-Koko Kulu

 Bilingual Grammar School, Buea

4

4A

20

2nd

Tina Nalova Ikome-Likambi

Gov. Practising High School, Yaounde

4

2A,2B

18

3rd

Eposi Enjema Carine Solange

Presbyterian Comp. Sec. School, Buea

5

2A,1B,1C,1E

18

4th

Matilda Efosi Njie

Baptist High School, Buea

4

1A,2B,1C

16

5th

Ndumbe Alfred Narces

GHS Limbe

5

1a,1b,1c,1d,1e

15

6th

Malvin Loka Elingoe Lisinge

Sacred Heart College, Bamenda

5

1B,3C,1D

15

7th

Martha Efeti Tondo

Saker Baptist College, Limbe

4

3B,1D

14

8th

Eko Franklin Feni Bille

Baptist High School, Buea

5

1B,3C,1E

14

9th

Mbua Peter Mbolo

Gov. Practising High School, Yaounde

4

1A,1B,1C,1E

13

9th 

Cynthia Efenge Bille

GHS Bokwaongo, Buea

4

1A,1B,1C,1E

13

11th

Enjema Njie Fridelia

GBHS Limbe

3

1A,1B,1C

12

11th

Imbolo Mafany

GHS Bokwaongo, Buea

3

1A,1B,1C

13

13th

Alban Lyonga Joke Eforte

Saint Joseph’s College, Sasse

4

2B,1C,1E

12

14th

Ngomba Yannick Namange

Baptist High School, Buea

4

2B,2D

12

14th

Yvonne Mojoko Wole

GBHS Limbe

4

2B,2D

12

14th

Lyonga Oscar Ndumbo

Sure Foundation Tiko

4

2B,2D

12

17th

Rose Nanyongo Muwa

Bilingual Grammar School, Buea

4

1B,1C,2D

11

17th

Etonde Emma Ndive

Presbyterian C.S School, Buea

4

1B,1C,2D

11

17th

 Lyonga Momba Stephen jnr

Presbyterian C.S.School, Buea

4

1B,1C,2D

11

20th

Nguve Joel E.

Bilingual Grammar School, Buea

4

3C,1D

11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2012 BAKWERI ORDINARY LEVEL GCE HONOUR ROLL

More than 200 Bakweri students passed the Ordinary level GCE examination, and 28 of them scored 16 or more GCE points. The names of those who scored 11 or more points are listed below

(A=3 points, B=2, C=1)

(FAKO UK/FAKO NEWS CENTRE)

Pos

NAME OF STUDENT

SCHOOL

Subj.

Grades

pts

1st

Vanessa Ewokolo Ngale

Saker Baptist College, Limbe

11

7A,1B,3C

26

2nd

Shirley Eposi Ewelisane Dissake

Our Lady of Lourdes, Bamenda

11

5A,5B,1C

26

3rd

Yvonne Ngowo Esame

Bilingual Grammar School, Buea

10

6A,3B,1C

25

4th

Ngomba Litombe

Gov. Sec. School, Buea Town

10

5A,4B,1C

24

5th

Isaac Ndumbe Jackai

GBHS Yaounde

11

4A,3B,4C

22

6th

Meriline Namondo Bume Nabola

GHS Bokwaongo

10

4A,4B,2C

21

7th

Emmanuel Efufa Ngalle

English High School, Yaounde

10

3A,5B,2C

21

8th

Mary Joffi Manga

GBHS Yaounde

10

2A,7B,1C

21

9th

Jacob Ikome Litoko Jnr

Bishop Rogan College, Buea

11

2A,5B,4C

20

10th

Ivanna Mojoko Nalova

Saker Baptist College, Limbe

11

1A,7B,3C

20

11th

Teke Lyange Samuel

GBHS Limbe

11

5A,4C

19

12th

Eko Ngomba Claude

Presbyterian Comp. Sec. Sch,Buea

9

3A,4B,2C

19

13th

Ekema Boris Lykeli

Baptist High School, Buea

10

2A,5B,3C

19

14th

Catherine Namondo Esuka

Gov. Sec. School, Buea Town

8

3A,4B,1C

18

15th

Clarisse Ewokolo Njoh

GHS Batoke

9

3A,3B,3C

18

16th

Kinge Edie Emmanuel

Bishop Rogan College, Buea

10

3A,2B,5C

18

17th

Mayoh Mbako Ewelisane Dorah

Saker Baptist College, Limbe

10

1A,6B,3C

18

18th

Embelle Eko Ngalame

Saker Baptist College, Limbe

11

1A,5B,5C

18

19th

Lobe Lawson Makoko

GHS Batoke

8

4A,1B,3C

17

20th

Njuma Ndive Thomas Ikome

Gov. Sec. School Buea Town

8

3A,3B,2C

17

21st

Efeti Annie Ikwambe

Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Muea

10

2A,3B,5C

17

21st

Francis Ekema Kinge

GHS Bokwaongo

10

2A,3B,5C

17

23rd

Mbone Carinta Musonge

Saker Baptist College, Limbe

11

1A,4B,6C

17

24th

Junior Mbame Lika

Bilingual Grammar School, Buea

6

4A,2B

16

25th

Lydia Ngowo Nakie

Gov. Sec. School Buea Town

8

3A,2B,3C

16

26th

Moka Blake Nganje

Baptist High School, Buea

9

1A,5B,3C

16

27th

Enjema Nene Esunge

Saker Baptist College, Limbe

10

6B,4C

16

27th

McGorden Mwambo Yebi Mofor

Saint Joseph’s College, Sasse

10

6A,4B

16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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