Hidden Facts you did not know about Akere Muna and why he should be voted


Barrister Akere Muna Tandeng was born in August 1952 in Ngyen-Mbo Mbengwi Central Sub-division, a locality in Momo Division North West Region of Cameroon by Solomon Tengen Muna and Elizabeth Fri Ndingsa

Akere Muna obtained his BEPC in French in 1969 and the General Certificate of Education (GCE) Advanced Level in 1972 at the Bilingual Grammar School Buea, and then enrolled in the Faculty of Law and Economic Sciences of the University of Yaounde which he left three months later for Washington DC School of International Service where he obtained a degree in Business Science in International Studies in 1975..

In 1978, he was called to the Bar in England and later return to Cameroon in 1984 where he started his legal carrier at home with his brother Bernard Muna under the chambers known as Muna Muna and Associates.

Akere MUNA in 1978 was behind the putting in place of a judicial newsletter “Le Monde Judiciaire” in whose main objective was to clarify citizens on their rights and obligations. He was its Editor-in-Chief for eleven years. From 1993 to 1995 and lectured Law at the Cameroon National High School of Administration and Magistracy (ENAM) in Yaoundé.

Akere Muna was voted in 1997 as the president of Cameroon Bar Association to promote and protect the legal sytem of Cameroon due to his international experience.

Barrister Akere Muna founded the Cameroon Chapter of the Anti-Corruption Watchdog, Transparency International in 2000 to help reduce the rate of corruption in Cameroon and to facilitate full implementation of funding’s for the development of the state.

His great achievement in the fight against corruption in Cameroon made him to be voted into the Board of Directors of Transparency International and was later appointed to the post of the coordinator of the Coalition of African Chapter for Transparency International.

Akere Muna constant fight for the voiceless and social justice and the respect of laws; alongside other African colleagues made the African Union to create the Economic, Social and Cultural Council ECOSOCC is an advisory organ of the African Union consisting of civil society organizations representing the African people that are involved in a wide range of activities to foster the development and goals of the African Union.

Akere MUNA was unanimously elected Presiding Officer of the First Permanent General Assembly of ECOSOCC in September 2008 and was sworn in by H.E. President Jakaya KIKWETE of the United Republic of Tanzania, Chairperson of the African Union.

Akere Muna was again voted as the Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors of Transparency International in 2005 and later step down in 2014 after serving the maximum number of terms and was appointed as chair of the International Anti-Corruption Conference because of his devotedness in the fight against corruption.

11th February 2013 was a turning point in the life of Barrister Akere Muna as he was appointed as Sanctions Commission of the African Development Bank due to his honesty and strong passion in the fight against corruption

On February 11, 2013, the Board of Directors of the African Development Bank (AfDB) approved the appointment of Akere Muna as Sanctions Commissioner of the African Development Bank.

If Cameroonians truly want to eradicate corruption and embezzlement then they choice is now to vote for Barrister Akere Muna who is the right person to fight against corruption and embezzlement.

Akere Muna is the only candidate who can establish the rule of law and good governance in Cameroon where the rights of the people are respected and freedom of speech is well guaranteed.

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