The former president of the Bar Association of Cameroon, Barrister Akere Muna has step down as chairman of the board of directors of Ecobank Cameroon. Muna made his decision public in a statement released on Monday the 9th of October 2017. According to the declaration, this resignation follows his new political commitment, that of being a candidate for the 2018 presidential elections in Cameroon.
“I have asked Ecobank Cameroon to find a new chairman for its board of directors following the announcement of my candidacy” Akere Muna observed.
“I intend to avoid any conflict of interest situations and protect the bank from my decision to run for the 2018 presidential election. I also intend to review all of my international commitments to ensure that there are no conflicts of interest, “added Mr. Muna
Monday the 9th pronouncement has now confirm the information that made headlines in the national and international media this week, that a movement called “Now” has been created which will present the former vice president of Transparency International as a candidate for the 2018 presidential election.
Cameroon Intelligence Report understands Akere Muna aims to create a federal state and to build his political program around living together. This includes the involvement of all diversities in decision-making.
By Chi Prudence Asong, CIR