One would hardly have considered that a FFS in a multi-ethnic village would survive for at least a year. The FFS of Eboko-Bajoh has just proven that they have understood and are ready to foster the ideals of the FFS program.
On August 22nd, 2011 in the village of Eboko-Bajoh in Kupe-Muanenguba Division and Tombel Sub-division, the school staged a parade marking the end of one academic year in existence. This spectacle captured the attention of hundreds of village onlookers. One could read flyers and posters that carried slogans such as “Let’s unite in our diversity for our common interest”, “Increase your cocoa output by joining FFS”, and “Agriculture employs more than 70% of Cameroonians; youths come-on do not shy away from it” just to name a few.
The one year anniversary commemoration was marked with displays of farming techniques, and other promotional activities as exhibitions from the school experimental farm.
The day ended with a party were old and newly admitted students alike, parents and village authorities ate, drank and danced to oust away the accumulated stress of the just ended 2010/2011 academic year. Similar celebrations took place in the FFSs of Bakolle and Nyandong.