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Abdourahmane Cissé, Côte d’Ivoire Minister of Budget and State Portfolio

Business Executives from one of the largest African and international companies have gathered today, 20 March 2017, in Geneva, Switzerland for the annual AFRICA CEO FORUM.

The event, now in its 5th year, also attracts political decision makers from more than 40 African countries and most active bankers and investors on the continent.

The AFRICA CEO FORUM is a unique platform for discussion and debate around the economic and industrial challenges facing the African continent.

The AFRICA CEO FORUM is organized by the Group Jeune Afrique and rainbow unlimited, in partnership with the African Development Bank.

The forum has become the foremost international event dedicated to the development of the private sector in Africa.

More than one hundred investment projects will be presented at the 2017 AFRICA CEO FORUM.

The 2017 AFRICA CEO FORUM confirmed public figures are:


Amadou Ba
Minister of Economy, Finance and Planning
Workneh Gebeyehu
Minister of Foreign Affairs


Emmanuel Issoze Ngondet
Prime Minister
Mamady Youla 
Prime Minister
Abdeslam Bouchouareb
Minister of Industry and Mines
Louis-Paul Motazé
Minister of Economy, Planning and Regional Development


Thierry Tanoh
Minister of Energy
Côte d’Ivoire
Madeleine Berre
Minister for the Promotion of Private Investment, Trade, Tourism and Industry


Matia Kasaija
Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
Régis Immongault Tatagani
Minister of Economy and Development Planning


Abdourahmane Cissé
Minister of Budget and State Portfolio
Côte d’Ivoire
Valentin Ela Maye
Vice-minister for the Economy, Planning and Investment
Equatorial Guinea


Stéphane Wencelas
Minister of Trade, Industry and Handicraft
Burkina Faso
Ken Ofori-Atta
Minister of Finance


Mike C. Bimha 
Minister of Industry and Commerce
Cina Lawson
Minister of Posts and Digital Economy


Ali Guelleh Aboubaker
State minister in charge of Investments
Ernesto Max Tonela
Minister of Trade and Industry


Khoudia MbayeCadre
Khoudia Mbaye
Minister of Investment Promotion
Sidiki KabaCadre
Sidiki Kaba
Minister of Justice


Ndiaye MankeurCadre
Ndiaye Mankeur
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Pascal Houangni AmbourouetCadre
Pascal  Houangni Ambourouet
Minister of Petroleum








Christian Magnagna Cadre
Christian Magnagna
Minister of Mines
Ernest Ngwaboubou Cadre
Ernest Ngwaboubou
Minister of Mines


Alfa Oumar Dissa
Minister of Energy
Burkina Faso

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