Skip to content Skip to sidebar Skip to footer

Lawyer to detained Anglophone leaders; Akere Muna, convocated to present himself to the National Gendarmerie!

Barrister Akere Muna, one of the lawyers that has been defending the detained Anglophone leaders has been issued a convocation letter today, 21st of March, to present himself tomorrow at the National Gendarmerie. 

Details as to why he is being convocated are not known.
See the convocation letter below:

As published by Wikipedia: “Akere Tabeng Muna (born August 1952) is a Cameroonian lawyer who is currently the Chairman of the International Anti-Corruption Conference Council. He is also the Sanctions Commissioner of the African Development Bank Group and a Member of the High-Level Panel on Illicit Financial Flows from Africa. He previously served as the Vice-Chair of Transparency International, and he has presided over the Economic, Social and Cultural Council (ECOSOCC) of the African Union, the Pan African Lawyers Union and the Cameroon Bar Association.

Muna has denied having any political aspirations in Cameroon, and has stated that his interest remains in his work as a lawyer and with civil society organizations. However, Jeune Afrique, a leading African weekly, has described him as both a credible and the possible successor to President Paul Biya, given his prominence in Cameroon and his accomplishments on the international stage, especially in the areas of anti-corruption and good governance.”

He has been very vocal about The Anglophone Problem in Cameroon.

Image result for akere muna
Barrister Akere Muna

What's your reaction?

Leave a comment