The President of the Cameroon Bar Council, Charles Tchakouté Patie, was buried on Saturday March 13, 2021, in his native Bahouoc village, located in the Ndé Division, West Region of Cameroon.
Charles Tchakouté Patie, died on November 20, 2020, in Le Havre in France, as a result of an illness.
Despite the Coronavirus pandemic, more than a thousand lawyers made the trip for this funeral tribute to the illustrious deceased.
President Charles Tchakouté, who was described as an apostle of Peace, Social Justice and Human Rights, was posthumously elevated to the Rank of Knight of Valor.
To mark her gratitude, the Queen Mother, Célestine Ketcha Courtès, Minister of Housing and Urban Development, actively took part in the funeral. She was personally involved in the organization, alongside the Governor of the Western Region, Awa Fonka Augustine, personal representative of the Head of State on the occasion of this funeral ceremony.
In this painful circumstance, no barrier gesture was spared.
From the lifting of the body at the military hospital in Douala, on March 11, 2021, to judicial tributes at the Supreme Court, on March 12, to end in Bahouoc in Ndé, on March 13, the traditional leaders, the local elites and the large Bar family all strongly mobilized for the cause.
Tributes worthy of his rank were paid to him to the great satisfaction of all.
As Charles Tchakouté Patie, returns to the land of his ancestors, the entire division of Ndé in general and the Bahouoc village in particular, mourn, hoping to have another son like Tchakouté.