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Taku Chambers

ADVOCATES OF THE CAMEROON BAR

SENIOR ADVOCATE:

Chief Charles A. TAKU, Esq. (Head of Chambers)

Lead Counsel, UNICTR

Lead Counsel, Special Court for Sierra Leone, Counsel ICC

Honorary Member of the Law Firm of Angus Gloag and

Jonathan Goodman and Co.

ADVOCATES

Caroline MUNGE TIME

Shufai Blaise SEVIDZEM B

Chief NJI Jerome FOTULLAH

AWUNGNJIA Tetchounkwi

Lawrence LYONGA NGANDA

Publications & Decisions

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An encomium to Barrister Chief Charles Fuatabong Achaleke Taku

Posted by Moderator on 14 July, 2021 at 11:35 Comments comments (8)

Field of Study English Private Law,

[Bachelor of Laws (LLB), University of Yaounde Cameroon; Master of Laws (LLM), Field of Study International Law and Legal Studies, University of London];


Erudite and highly distinguished Barrister at Law; advocate for the poor, the weak and vulnerable such as the pro bono cases he did for

exploited CDC cases; reliable and intrepid senior advocate for justice for the abuses subjected to member of the Cameroon Bar Council for man...

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THE PROSECUTOR OF THE TRIBUNAL Vs. AUGUSTIN NDINDILIYIMANA, FRANCOIS-XAVIER NZUWONEMEYE, NNOCENT SAGAHUTU and AUGUSTIN BIZIMUNGU

Posted by Moderator on 14 July, 2021 at 10:35 Comments comments (0)

THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR RWANDA

 

CASE NO.: ICTR-00-56-T

CHAMBER II

THE PROSECUTOR

OF THE TRIBUNAL

v.

AUGUSTIN NDINDILIYIMANA

FRANÇOIS-XAVIER NZUWONEMEYE

INNOC...

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In the room: The UK's role in multilateral diplomacy.

Posted by Moderator on 14 July, 2021 at 10:15 Comments comments (0)

Multilateral organisations represent the collective resolve of nations to establish a

system based on shared values of peace, prosperity and freedom, where ideological

difference can be navigated for mutual benefit. Replacing an international system of

colonial enterprise and shifting blocs of military alliances, the UK helped to build a new

order and forums for international dialogue. This system, and the organisations that

serve it, has brought huge benefits to...

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The Legal and Moral Conscience of Justice in the European Collection of Colonial Provenance

Posted by Moderator on 27 May, 2021 at 7:25

The Bangwa Quest for Restitution and Reparations

by Chief Charles A. Taku


Panel: Law versus Justice?...

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APRIL 14, FORTY YEARS AGO: THE EVENTFUL JOURNEY OF A HUMBLE CHAIN BREAKER.

Posted by Moderator on 13 April, 2021 at 15:50 Comments comments (4)

By Chief Charles A. Taku

 

 

On April 14, day, 40 years ago, the chain of systemic prejudice and cultural genocide broke loose and I was authorized to do pupillage to practice law in the Chambers of the legendary lawyer and politician Hon B.T.B Foretia in Victoria. I was the first in several reg...

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THE WAR ECONOMY, IMPUNITY AND THE CRISIS OF PRIMITIVE ACCUMULATION

Posted by Moderator on 3 July, 2020 at 19:05 Comments comments (1)

By Chief Charles A. Taku

The persistent call by the Secretary-General of the United Nations and significant peace advocates, among them, Nobel Peace prize laureates for a cease-fire in the ongoing war of attrition and genocide in the Southern Cameroons, to allow peace efforts to be explored and access to victims in dire need of humanitarian assistance during the covic-19 pandemic has been ignored by the Government of Cameroun. What brazen insensitivity and impunity!

It is left t...

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PROFESSOR ALI MAZRUI CONFRONTED CULTURAL GENOCIDE

Posted by Moderator on 6 June, 2020 at 0:10 Comments comments (0)

December 15, 2014

By Chief Taku

A major contribution of Professor Ali Mazrui was to reawaken and affirm the humanity of the black race and the underlying liberating values that sustain this reality. An enduring effect of centuries of crimes that were perpetrated against the black race from the slave trade, to the “Berlin Baza...

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THE JUDGMENT OF THE FEDERAL HIGH COURT OF NIGERIA ABUJA

Posted by Moderator on 6 June, 2020 at 0:00

UMASKING ANOTHER INTERNATIONAL CONSPIRACY: HAIL THE RULE OF LAW.

BY Chief Charles A. Taku

 

The judgment of the Nigeria Federal High Court in Abuja on March 1, 2019, declaring illegal and unconstitutional, the abduction and deportation to Cameroun of the President of the Interim Government of the Southern Cameroons/Ambazonia Sisiku Ayuk Tabe, members of the Interim Government and several Southern Cameroons refugees carries significant symbolic weight.

The judgme...

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PIERRE DESIRE ENGO JUDGEMENT

Posted by Moderator on 4 June, 2020 at 13:25 Comments comments (0)

U.N. Doc. CCPR/C/96/D/1397/2005

Communication No. 1397/2005

22 July 2009

HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE

Ninety-sixth session

13 - 31 July 2009

PIERRE DÉSIRÉ ENGO


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Rules of Engagement in Asymmetric Warfare and Security Operations: Need for Compliance with Local and International Law.

Posted by Moderator on 4 June, 2020 at 13:20 Comments comments (0)

By Chief Charles A. Taku

Introduction

Excellencies members of Government and the peoples’ representatives of the Republic of Liberia, Excellencies Ambassadors and Heads of diplomatic missions and International Organisations, the Hon President and members of the Governing Council of the African Bar Association, the Honourable President of the African Bar Association and mem...

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