Six Cameroonians have been caught impersonating candidates for the 2019 competitive entrance examination into the Institute of Demographic Training and Research, IFORD that began today Monday April 29 in the school premises.
Informed about the situation, the Minister of Public service and Administrative reforms, Joseph Le, is reported to have gone to the school premises situated on campus of the University of Yaounde I, Ngoa Ekele.
Speaking upon arrival, the Minister said the six individuals will be prosecuted and punished accordingly.
Meantime, the suspects, reported to be all Cameroonians, have been questioned by some officials of the Department in charge of Disciplinary and Administrative affairs in the Ministry of Public service and Administrative reforms.
If found guilty, authorities say they will each suffer a three-year ban from any Public examination organized by the ministry of Public service and Administrative reforms.