The Prime Minister

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Prime Minister
Dr. Louis-Georges Tin
Honorary President of CRAN

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Vice Prime Minister & Minister of Repatriation:
Keturah Amoako
Pan-African Activist & Continental Africa Integration
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Vice Prime Minister
Johnny Ford
The World Conference of Mayors, Inc. Director

Security and Diplomacy

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Minister for International Cooperation:
Samantha Tendai Sibanda
Director of NCI, Strategy and Communication Agency
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Minister of Defence:
Felix Maradiaga
Former Secretary General of the Ministry of the Defence of Nicaragua

Economics and Technologies

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Minister of Economy
Joanes Louis
Lawyer
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Minister of Science and Industry:
Cheikh Modibo Diarra
Former Project Manager at NASA, Former Prime Minister of Mali, Director of Microsoft Africa
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Ministry of Biotechnology:
Nishan Degnarain
Special Adviser on Oceans at the World Economic Forum
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Minister of Agriculture:
DeWayne Boyd
Vice President Coopagel DRC
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Minister of Investments
Fatchima Elise Hassane Paraiso
Ambassador of Engage Africa

Social and Cultural Issues

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Minister of Culture:
Countess Emmanuelle Simoes Vidal de Fonseca
Artist and Businesswoman
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Minister of Historical Legacy
Anita Diop
Cultural Historian & Author
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Minister of Gender Equality
Dr. Marcia Brandon
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Minister of Youth
Hassan Rengou Mfouakie
Founder of the World Youth Summit
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Minister of Education
Fofonin Appolinaire Houegbeadan
President of the Association of Foreign Students of Moscow

Latest from the Prime Minister:

The African Union (...) decides to recognize the African Diaspora as an effective
entity contributing to economic and social development of the continent.

Dr. Louis-Georges Tin