Karim Ahmad Khan is a British lawyer and specialist in international criminal law (I.C.C.) and international human rights law.He presently carries on an international practice before courts in Britain and abroad. He is also a member of the Queen’s council and known for been the lead in the Defence team of President Charles Taylor of Liberia at the Special Tribunal. He is highly considered as one of the best lawyers in the world.
He is currently in Yaounde to carry out the court proceedings of the arrested anglophone leaders of the Consortium (i.e. Balla Agbor, Dr. Fontem Neba, Mancho Bibixy) and also other arrested anglophones from both North West and South West during the uprising. These persons are to be trialed unjustly for terrorism charges and also represented President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya at the ICJ international court of justice at The Hague in Holland.
The military court in Yaounde has for the second time adjourned the case to the 23rd March 2017.
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