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General News of Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Source: CRTV

Barrister Ngnie Kamga elected Bar Association President


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The Cameroon Bar Association has elected a new President following the end of the two-year Mandate of Barrister Sama Francis.

The new BAR Association President, Barrister Jackson-Francis Ngnie Kamga was elected during the Ordinary General assembly of the Cameroon Bar Association in Yaoundé over the weekend.

The proclamation of results of the election of a new president of the association was the climax of the event that continued into the night.

Barrister Jackson-Francis Ngnie Kamga won the election in which four candidates were on the starting line. Upon his election, the new president appreciated his colleagues for the confidence bestowed on him. He said his executive will capitalise on training and capacity building.

Besides the election of the President of the Bar Association, the 15 members of the Bar Council were also elected. Some 60 candidates were vying for the 15 places.

The elections of both the President of the Bar Association and members of the Bar Association and Members of the Bar Council were hotly contested. There was much lobbying and negotiations that dragged until late in the night each day.

At the end of the elections were conducted hitch-free.

When proclaiming the results, the President of the General Assembly, Barrister Nico Halle affirmed that the elections were transparent.

The President of Cameroon Bar Association and Members of the Bar Council have a mandate of two years.

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