The death of Cameroon’s fine opposition leader and legal colossus of the highest standing, Barrister Bernard Acho Muna, has been confirmed. The Bartonier who served as chair of international anti-corruption conference council and founded the Alliance for Progressive Forces political party passed away on Sunday October 6, 2019. He was 79.
Ben Muna, as he was fondly called, died at the Yaounde General Hospital where he had been receiving treatment following a malaise.
The former president of Cameroon’s Bar Association and 2011 presidential candidate who fell to incumbent, President Paul Biya before his demise had been missing from public life.