Originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Dr. Jean Kaseya has been elected this Saturday, February 18 by the African Heads of State, as Director General of the African Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The election took place on the sidelines of the 36th African Union Summit, which is being held from February 18 to 19 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
The candidacy of Dr. Jean Kaseya, presented by the DRC, went through a technical selection of 180 candidates at the beginning, and only two candidacies were retained in the final phase. The Congolese doctor was preferred to his . . .
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