Elected on 18 February by African heads of state at the 36th African Union (AU) summit in Addis Ababa, the Congolese doctor took office on Monday 17 April. He had bilateral exchanges with the deputy chairperson of the AU Commission, the Rwandan economist, Monique Nsanzabaganwa.
Dr. Jean Kaseya was elected over the former interim director of CDC Africa, Ahmed Ogwell Ouma of Kenya, and Magda Robalo Correia E Silva, former minister of health of Guinea-Bissau. The recruitment process took about a year and received 180 applications. Dr. Jean Kaseya was nominated by the Congolese government. "With this . . .
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