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Corruption is rife in the west-central African nation which has twice been ranked the most corrupt country in the world in Transparency International’s (TI) corruption perception index.The new court would try anyone accused of corruption, embezzlement or misappropriation of funds involving sums of FCFA 100 million ($205,000) and above, according to the bill. The Supreme Court, the country’s highest court, would handle any appeals.

J. S. Dinga

There is no magic in setting up a functional state if the will to do so is there! During his maiden visit to Ghana, US president Barack Obama gave some very useful hints which progressive nations paid attention to - that it is strong institutions, not strong men that will take African nations ahead. IN matters of law and order, Cameroon has institutions like the courts, the police and the gendarmerie but what weight do these command! Can the citizen sleep with both eyes closed?

It is not the creation of new institutions, courts included, that matters; it is the empowerment of those that already exist that will deliver the goods. It reflects poorly on the image of a country when convicted criminals are allowed to leave their prison cell and do "business as usual" or for those who have so patently run afoul of the law to be parading around with impunity. That is what is killing Cameroon, not the absence of more courts!

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