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Julius Azemzi

Country People,

When the cock crows, it does so to tell the time. The cock that crows at 5.30am indicates its time for us to start our homely virtues but the cock doesn’t speak or answer questionable, able questionable questions. Hello Barrister Taku, congratulation and I wish God gives you enough oxygen until you accomplish your dream found in the oceans bosoms depth.

Julius Azemzi

Sir Johnny Mor

Lawyer Taku Charles Achaleke was my Dormitory Captain in Seat of Wisdom College, Fontem and protected all the junior students from the bullying and torture by senior. He has actually carried that "protection" to his legal profession to help the unprotected and marginalized. The sky has always been his limit.

Sir johnny Mor
Pennsylvania, USA

Dr A A Agbormbai

Congratulations, Chief Taku.


Barrister Taku is a legal illuminary who has set the pace for Cameroonian Lawyers.I think any Lawyer who is worth his calling to the bar should at all times be ready to defend his or her clients in any part of the world.Cudos to Barrister Taku.


Barrister Tanyi joseph mbi

Barrister Taku is the only cameroonian anglophone Lawyer who has won my admiration.He is very humble, submissive to a fault, a true man of God, brave, intelligent and a true human right activist.Today's camerooninan lawyer is not how much law he knows but his ability and skill to corrupt the poor judge or magistrate.To be a defence counsel in an international tribunnal is not by a political appiontment but by merrit.This is a great acheivement to the entire cameroon Bar Association.Senior collaeque , continue with this spirit.GOD should bless you and family.

Edimo A.M

Congratulations Cheif Alex Taku. May God continue to blest you. The people of Southern Cameroons are proud of you and your achievements.


I am proud of you Sir, i feel like my burdens got lighter when i got this news.
More grease to your Elbow Chief Taku

Dieudonne Alemanji

Indeed, this is great news to wake up to. The sun shall never set on so glorious a human achievement. Gob bless lawyer Charles Taku.
Dieudonne Alemanji
Cottbus, Germany

Eric Tangumonkem

Chief, To God be all the glory. Keep on with the good work and many more blessings will follow. You have made all of us proud. We wish you well.

NJOYA Hilary

I think Barrister Taku is an ideal for young Barristers and Aspiring students like us.The Guy is a hard working Guy. It's high time lawyers in Anglophone cameroon start making their mark on the international arena and not just in Kumba Magistrate court and Bamenda.No offence meant but it is a fact. Congratutlation Barrister!!!!!!!!!!!!! we all count on you.


You are an inspiration to the youths of today.

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