GCI works in partnership with several well-respected law firms in Kumba and throughout Cameroon. From these firms come a group of prominent barristers dedicated to the promotion and protection of human rights. These barristers, along with other community leaders equally passionate about human rights, form our distinguished board of directors. They are as follows:
|Barrister Pende Eddie Nelson||PENS LAW FIRMCommon Wealth AvenueEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org||75932975|
|Barrister Ngenko Daniel Lissock||Ngenko Law Firm KumbaLecturer of the University of BueaEmail: email@example.com||33 35 48 757 and 7 73 35 90|
|Barrister Ambo Daniel Amombi||Common Wealth Avenue KumbaESAH LAW CHAMBERS||77 60 8115|
|Barrister Awutah Philip Atubah||Amumba Law Firm KumbaEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org||77 85 02 13 and 33 02 64 57|
|Sako Emmanuel Enyanson||Trade Unionist Kumba||77 26 51 52|
|Ayuk Agbor Raymond||Radiologist Kumba District Hospital|
|Samba’s Family||c/o Juliet SambaFiango Kumba||75 93 29 75|
|Barrister Ambo Daniel Amombi||AMBO-ESAH LAW CHAMBERSCpmmon Wealth Avenue Kumba||77 60 81 15|
A Message from Board Chairman, Barrister Pende E. Nelson
There are no human rights without freedom from poverty, hunger, disease, ignorance, illiteracy, and oppression—vices which contribute in reducing human dignity and worth. Governments have the mandate to protect these ideals with a goal to improving and making life more meaningful. The challenge is to fight these vices within the framework of the rule of law, the establishment of community based projects and the political framework which will translate theory into action and transform society.
At GCI, we provide a forum and leverage whereby human values can be improved through the elimination of corruption, dishonest conduct, and decadence of every manner. We build on the philosophy of good governance, accountability and transparency and invite governments, agencies, and free-minded people to join us on this trail.
Barrister Pende E. Nelson.
April 20, 2011