Submission Before the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights, Banjul, The Gambia in the Matter of In the Matter of BLCC v Cameroon - 15 November 2003 (10:15 a.m.-12:28 p.m.)
Thank you, Mr. President, distinguished members of the Commission. My name is Ndiva Kofele Kale, and it is indeed an honor to appear once again before this Commission on behalf of the Bakweri Land Claims Committee, Complainants. Also appearing with me today, is Maitre Ibrahima Kane, of Interights, London,who is well known to the Commission; and Attorney Hillary Dewhirst, of the University of Tennessee Legal Clinic, who is making her first appearance before the African Commission.
Mr. President, I am accompanied by a small but powerful delegation of BLCC led by HRH Epupa Ekum,Chief of Dikolo, Bimbia, and Princess Joffi Esembe-Efange. And for company, these royal personages have brought with them two Bakweri notables: Mola Mbua Mofoke, of Bonjongo, BLCC Technical Adviser, and Mola Njoh Litumbe, BLCC’s most able Secretary General.