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foh nefoh

A little bit of fair play Barrister Tchoungang!

Your 4 years matching with 2 mandates at the Presidency of Cameroon Bar Council had been marked by a "white rock".
In fact,you succeeded to put in application the New Code of Cameroonian Penal Procedure into our judicial system.
Also,the laxity and lethargy observed since 7 years ago for the organization of the Bar examination had been broken down by your efforts.In this,you organized with success the last Bar examination on December 2007,where hundreds of Cameroonians will find jobs after their 2 years of training in different law offices.
Then,you built a Headquarters for the Bar council.
However,Barrister Tchoungang with your "Rainbow Team",the barristers of cameroon Bar council didn't find enough the works you did during you 2 mandates.So,they decided to rely next Barrister Eta Bisong of "Team of Change"
Certainly is hard for you,but you had to bend at the ballot verdict.That is one of the the internal regulation laws.
With fair play,you should leave the place to the new President like Barrister Ewodo did it for you there was 4 years ago.
Above all,in awaiting the realization of the campaign promises, Welcome,good luck and a lot of courage to Barrister Eta the New President of Cameroon bar Council, and to his "Team of Change".
Nkue Sop-Lawyer

s.akamembulle

Some of us who left the country many years behind may be trailing on a different mode on the organisation of the Cameroon Bar. I will like the writer of this article to enlighten me on the diference between the General Assembly (of what association)headed by either a francophone or some one else and the Bar council headed by either Anglophone or someone else whose presidency is won by Barrister Eta.
My congratulations to Barrister Eta Bisong Jr for his geat victory.I will greatly appreciate if he advocate for the regular organization of the Bar exams and most importantly the scrapping of the so-called orals instituted on those candidates who have already succeeded in the written part of the Bar exams.A legalised form of fraud and corruption.
Ousted Barrister Tchoungang should show a proper example by conceding a defeat.
This is what is killing Cameroon today where the old do not want to relief their functions to the new.

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