"Hi Dogo! Thanks, I am doing great. Yes I remember now that Cameroon has had two colonial masters: the French and the British and certainly therefore two legal systems. I think you have a wider perspective because you are not just limited to one…"
I am very impressed with your CV. I notice that you and I share one thing in common (among many others): we are all magistrates! Even though the legal systems of Cameroon and Zambia differ, basically we belong to the same…"
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I am a Zambian and a holder of a Bachelor of Philosophy Degree, a Magistrates’ Diploma and an International Diploma in Business Management/Administrataion as well as a Grade 12 School Certificate (O-Levels).
I also studied towards the Bachelor of Theology Degree program at the Gregorian University in Rome. However, I discontinued the program a year before completion upon quitting religious life as a member of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate.
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Child Protection Officer at UNICEF Zambia working in the field of child justice and child protection
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hope you are doing great today,,,am really happy you accepted my invitation as friend,,,You are very right when you say we share every in common but for the fact that our legal systems are different,,it is important to high light here that my country CAMEROON has 2 legal systems the CIVIL LAW SYSTEM and the Common law system which where all inherited from colonial masters France and Britain respectively.The civil law system applies in the french speaking part of the country and the latter applies in the english speaking part of the country.Worth mentioning is that fact that i come from the english speaking part of Cameroon so i apply the Queens la (common law).I guest you too had as colonial master Britain,, so we may be applying the same legal systems although there are moves by our government to harmonise the legal systems.
While wishing you all the best in your endeavours,,
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