Agnès Tatiana OMENGUE EDOA was born in Yaoundé in 1997 from a modest Beti family. Brilliant studies led her to the Lycée Général Leclerc, then to the University of
Yaoundé II. After obtaining her Bachelor’s degree in Law, she defended her Master’s degree in theory of law and legal pluralism at the University of Yaoundé II.
In 2021, she is a rapporteur at the international conference on land held in Kigali. She participates in numerous seminars and colloquia on legal topics. In 2022, she took part in the competition for the prize for the best writing in Ohada. She is 6th in the ranking. The same year, her interest in Law was so strong that she was chosen to be a co-discussant during a webinar on the reforms of the African Court of Human and Peoples’ Rights organised by the African Academy of the practice of international law.
As an Intern, then administrative assistant, OMENGUE EDOA Launches into the
manufacture of fruit juices and the smoking of meats to be able to meet his needs. It should be added that she has taken training on the blockchain, the financial strategies of local authorities and the implementation of the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime.
She is currently working on the land issue as part of his doctoral thesis. She is also an
instructor at the University of Ebolowa.