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Sunday, 27 March 2011 12:32

Justice M. Mbuh is a Researcher, Writer, Educationist, Economist, Political Scientist, International Legal Luminary and Defender, Lecturer and Political Activist.


He was born in West Cameroon (Southern Cameroons/Ambazonia), shortly after the UN Plebiscite of 11 February 1961. He schooled at Presbyterian School Pinyin, his village of origin; Presbyterian School Wum; City College of Commerce, Mankon, Bamenda; Cameroon Protestant College (CPC) Bali; Ahmadou Bello University (ABU), Zaria, Nigeria (1990); the University of South Carolina (USC), USA (1993-1997, -2000) and took a Professional course—Organization/Planning School Effectiveness with Projects in Education, an affiliate of Catholic University, Washington, DC, USA (2006). He is holder of a Masters in International Relations, specializing in US Foreign Policy, International Law and International Conflict; an Interdisciplinary Master of Education in Education (a double Education and Economics), and a B. Sc., in Economics.


He is author of International Law and Conflicts (2004), Inside Contemporary Cameroon Politics (2005) and Ambazonia’s Challenge to the United Nations (2007—sent specifically to the UN and affected countries) in addition to numerous scholarly articles in International Journals. His additional scholarly works include Economics of Education (2008a) and Modern Research Methodology (2008b)—both published locally in Bamenda, Cameroun. His latest release is Key to Successful Teaching Practice (2010, 12). His landmark essay is the political treatise titled, “The Expected and Projected Role of International Law in Resolving and Securing Sustainable Peace and Security Over the Bakassi Peninsular Dispute,” presented at The 2nd International NGO Conference on History and Peace, Seoul, South Korea, 08-12 October 2008.


He has taught varied Social Science subjects since 1986 to 1993 in Cameroon Schools and Mathematics, Economics and Social Studies with Washington, DC (WDC) Public Schools and various Academies within the WDC Metropolitan area. He also taught at National Polytechnic Bambui, (NPB), where additionally, he served as Coordinator of the Degree Program (2008-09), before being arrested, detained and charged for two counts of secession (9/2009-8/10). While pending completion of doctoral studies, he currently teaches Economics at Cameroon’s Advanced Teacher Training College, (now University of Bamenda) previously, commonly known by its Francophone colonial appellation—Ecole Normale Superieure Annexe de Bambili (ENSAB), NWP, Cameroon (2007-present).

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