Sayma Julius Syrenius Cephus

Sayma Julius Syrenius Cephus

Counselor Sayma Cephus is an internationally acclaimed counsel certified by the International Criminal Court(ICC)(The Hague), European Criminal Bar Association(ECBA), Association of Defense Counsel Practicing Before International Criminal Court and Tribunals(ADC-ICT)(The Hague), International Law Association(ILA)(London, UK), Association of European Abogados(AEA)(Madrid), European Fraud and Complaisance Lawyers(EFCL)(London, UK) & African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights(ACHPR), based in Arusha, Tanzania.
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Military Coup Was Everything Of A Redemption Mali Wanted Until It Wasn’t

The political stalemate that baited the military into seizing state power in the Republic of Mali is no longer a…

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Opinion: Why Chauvin’s Conviction is not a Victory for Justice

As a practicing lawyer and a certified counsel of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Derek Chauvin’s guilty verdict, in my…

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Opinion

Donors’ money for Liberia’s agriculture diverted to agri-vultures

By Cllr. Sayma Syrenius Cephus There has been a tiresome, racist tendency perpetrated by foreign supremacists that Liberians cannot manage…

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Opinion

No Tenure Positions for Public Officials Under Article 56 of the 1986 Constitution of Liberia

This opinion is intended to define the unfettered powers granted the President of the Republic of Liberia under the 1986…

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Opinion

No Amount of distraction can Alter the Drive for Change

It is somewhat amazing and to a large extent, incredibly difficult to decipher the actual objective of the forays of…

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Liberia: Impeachment Proceedings Against 3 Associate Justices Have No Legal Basis

President Sirleaf (above) and the other two branches of the Liberian Government WHY the So-called Impeachment Proceedings by The House…

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All Who Condemned Colonialism in Africa Must Apologize To the West-Part I

Colonialism may not have been good, but certainly it was far better than the present level of corruption in Africa…

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