“How many people have died in the Cameroons in the 30 years that Paul Biya has been the president?” Prof. Patrick Lumumba
One of Kenya’s most renowned Professor, Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba has said that corruption should be treated as a crime against humanity.
This was his response in an interview when the no-nonsense professor spoke unequivocally quoting the case of several African countries including Cameroon. Prof. Lumumba cited the luxury African leaders live in while their citizens starve daily.
Lumumba thinks that “corruption has killed more people than the civil wars combined in Africa”.
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Read a little of Lumumba’s biography
Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba (born 17 July 1962) is a Kenyan who served as the Director of Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission from September 2010 to August 2011 and is currently the Director of The Kenya School of Laws since the year 2014.
An eloquent lawyer, he holds a PhD in Laws of the sea from the University of Ghent in Belgium. He is also a staunch Pan-Africanist and has delivered several powerful speeches alluding to or about African solutions to African problems.
He is an admirer of Patrice Lumumba and Thomas Sankara, the deceased revolutionary leaders of the D.R. Congo and the Burkina Faso, respectively. He is also remembered for his emotion laden and energetic speech in Uganda at the third Anti-Corruption Convention. He has referred to and quoted them several times in his speeches. On August 28, 2015, the PAV Ansah Foundation invited him to speak at the 2015 PAVA Forum on Good Governance.
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