Akere T. Muna is founder and former president of Transparency International Cameroon. He is also Vice-Chair on the Transparency International Board.
Culled from the Transparency International website
Akere T. Muna is founder and former president of Transparency International Cameroon. A lawyer by training, he is President of the Pan African Lawyers Union and former president of the Cameroon Bar Association. In October 2008, Akere Muna was elected President of the African Union's Economic, Social and Cultural Council. Muna is a member of several national commissions on legal reform and curbing corruption.
He was a member of the National Ad-hoc Commission for the Fight against Corruption and has served as a Commonwealth Observer for Zanzibar's elections in 2000. He was appointed as a member of the High Level Audit Committee of the African Unit in August 2007, who undertook a general audit review of the Organs and Institutions of the African Union as well as the nature of the relationships among them. The Committee concluded its work in February 2008.
Mr Muna was actively involved in the TI working group that helped to draft the African Union Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption and has written a guide to the convention published by TI.
He was elected to the TI Board at the 2004 Annual Meeting, elected as Vice-Chair of the TI Board in 2005 and re-elected to that office at the 2008 AMM.