Begun Monday, November 20, 2017, the oral exams for admission to the National School of Administration and the Judiciary will end this Friday, November 24, 2017.
According to a calendar published last week, the 1727 candidates declared eligible were all expected at the oral admission tests at ENAM no later than Thursday, November 23, 2017.
In detail, the doors of the Grand Amphitheater of ENAM were first opened Monday, November 20 to the eligible section of the Administrative Section, Accounts Section, Judicial Section and Court Registrars Section. Then, Tuesday, November 21, it was the turn of the candidates of the administrators section of the Court Registrars and the Customs section. On Wednesday 22 November, candidates who have validated the first part of the General Administration Section, Labor Administration Section, Administration of Social Affairs Section, Economics and Finance Section, Customs Section, the Weights and Measures and Treasure section. And finally, the eligible candidates in the general administration section and administration section underwent oral tests yesterday, Thursday, November 23, 2017.
However, and contrary to previous years, a special date has been set to allow candidates who are late or absent due to major forces to catch up with a special jury. This catch-up is expected this Friday, November 24, 2017 from 8 am still at the Amphitheater of ENAM. According to our sources in this prestigious school, this space has been specially designed to allow the children of the Head of State, Brenda and Paul Junior Biya, to exercise away from prying eyes. Our source confirms that Brenda and Junior Biya will pass this Friday morning.
If the exact date of the publication of the final results of the exams organized for the academic year 2017/2018 is not known, that of the next academic year at ENAM is already known; this is scheduled for Friday, December 15, 2017. After the solemn resuming ceremony, the candidates declared definitively admitted, will first follow a 45-day superior military preparation.