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Cameroon Bar Council: Barrister Mbah Eric Mbah elected 14th President

By Bakah Derick  Barrister Mbah Eric Mbah has been elected president of the Cameroon Bar Council. The current Bar Council President representative for the North West emerged winner of a highly contested election in Yaoundé on Monday 20 June 2022.  Barrister Mbah Eric Mbah New President of the Cameroon Bar Council  The native of Momo Division North West region finished top after vote counts with 1285 votes against Memong Phillipe with 969 votes, Ntoko Justice 210 votes and Titanji Ernest: 75 votes. The 52 years old legal mind happened to be the youngest candidate on the race. During  his campaign, he indicated that some of the laws protecting his colleagues were becoming obsolete just like the basic laws of the council. He advocated for methodic professional development within the law community.  With the mantra "Ubuntu" meaning I am because we are in Zulu, the graduate of the University of Yaounde II Soa hopes to work for the improvement of

Cameroon Bar Elections: Two on race to keep North West top in Council Presidency since creation

By Bakah Derick  Barristers Duga Titanji Ernest and Mbah Eric Mbah all from the North West, have made known their intentions to lead the Cameroon Bar Council. They have both made public their intentions and are running campaigns ahead of the June 18, 2022 elections. Should any of the two become president of the Cameroon Bar Council, the North West would have produced six of the 14 presidents to have led the revered institution.   Barristers Mbah Eric Mbah (R) and Duga Titanji Ernest (L) Since 1974, not fewer than five Barristers-at-law from the North West have led the institution with the pioneer president Fon Gorji Dinka holding the office for about eight years from 1974 to 1982. He will hand the office to Yondo Black who will return the office to the North West four years later as Bernard Muna took charge from 1986. After six years, Patrice Monthe will takeover but only for four years before handing over to Luke K. Sendze of Nso extraction in the North West who will spend