ESSENCE OF LAW
The Oldest African Book Of Law
Transmitted through oral history for four thousand years.
Bamileke exodus has been the subject of scientific research by eminent scholars. In introduction PhD researcher ascertain his field works findings. A brief history of Bamileke (People of Faith) is presented by translator and author's son Alexis Maxime Feyou de Happy who translated his first book of Bamileke history in 1986.
This exceptional book considered a "legacy to mankind" by United Nations officials in 1999, is an amazing source of information. bringing to light fascinating legal concepts at time quite enlightening. .
Joseph Feyou de Happy, eminent scholar, state man, author of the first Bamileke-French dictionary codified the ancient law to make easy to read.
Though he once represented his country as head of state to the United Nations General Assembly (1996) his pride was to be a scholar. And that was the only business card he kept.
The book was translated from French to English by his second son, A. Maxime Feyou de Happy in 2010.
On his death bed three days before he past he confided to his son and translator of this book (2010) that proceeds should be used to the benefit of the family. In his mind the family extended to mankind. With proceeds from this book we are going to open an international center for peace that will work to end poverty all over the world.
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