The professor of Philosophy accuses the rector of this university, Prof. Maurice Aurélien Sosso and the head of the Philosophy department, Prof. Emile Kenmogne, of being the authors of this maneuver.
After seeing the presentation of his political philosophy essay entitled: “The Revolution of African Thought“, banned by the rector of the University of Yaoundé 1, the teacher is now banned from classes at the University of Yaoundé I.
It is the academic who announces the news himself this Monday, October 25, 2021 on his Facebook page: “I am banned from classes at the University of Yaoundé I. after he banned the dedication of my book, the revolution of African thought. Essay on political philosophy, in amphitheater 700, the rector, Aurélien Sosso and his accomplice, the head of the department, the ignorant professor, Emile Kenmogne, withdraw my lessons. They arrogate to themselves the prerogatives of the head of state who alone can forbid me to teach, “he denounced.
However, Dr. Fridolin Nké will not comply with this timetable, and does not intend to withdraw from teaching despite the maneuvers of his superiors. “I am announcing to the national and international community that since last week, I have been teaching in all classes, Degree 1, 2, 3, and Master 1, wherever students are free. No one can illegally forbid me to teach! », He maintains.
Moreover, he appealed to promoters of private universities to seek his services in the context of related activities. “I ask all heads of private universities to invite me to give free seminars on various subjects: philosophical spirit, professional ethics, deontology, philosophy of law, literature, contemporary history, etc. “
It should be noted that Dr Nké is the secretary general of the National Union of Higher Education Teachers (SYNES) on behalf of the section of the Faculty of Arts, Letters and Human Sciences of the University of Yaoundé I.