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Do you really think you’ve got any chance in beating President Paul Biya in the elections? We’re talking about someone who’s been in power for 35 years.
You’re talking about President Paul Biya, I’m talking about Cameroonians, who really know the country’s in danger of imploding. They know that their livelihood is in danger because the system doesn’t work. They know that the infrastructure is at an ebb low. And they know that the justice system is not one that protects them. So I’m talking about the people, you can talk about Biya. I’m not worried about him, I’m worried about the Cameroonian people. What I’m telling them is that we can fix this.
Anti-corruption Crusader and Governance Champion is honoured to accept the invitation of the President of the United Nations General Assembly to appear at the fifteenth anniversary of the adoption of the UN Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) scheduled pursuant to General Assembly Resolution 72/196 on Wednesday, 23 May 2018.
Correspondence of Bâtonnier Akere T. Muna dated May 14, 2018 addressed to His Excellency Antonio Guterres on the gravity of the humanitarian crisis in Cameroon
Akere Muna grew up in Ngyen-Mbo in the North-West region of Cameroon. After completing primary and secondary school in Cameroon, Akere furthered his studies at the School of International service at American University in Washington, DC. Akere then moved to England, where he joined the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn. He was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 1978 and it was that same year Akere married his wife, Beverly Bird. Akere was admitted to the Cameroon Bar in 1982.