Kako Nubukpo joins WAEMU economic commission

Economic governance
Wednesday, 06 January 2021 15:01
Kako Nubukpo joins WAEMU economic commission

(Togo First) - Kako Nubukpo, the Togolese economist, has been recently appointed economic advisor of the president of the West African Economic and Monetary Union’s economic commission, Abdallah Boureima.

The former minister of planning, and now former dean of the faculty of economic science and management at the University of Lomé, announced on social networks, thus confirming growing rumors regarding his appointment in Ouagadougou. 

It should be recalled that the scholar is one of the key critics of the CFA Franc, which is the currency used by WAEMU’s eight (8) countries. As a new member of the Union’s commission, he replaces another Togolese, Essowè Barcola (who was holding the same position since 2017). Nubukpo’s application was backed by President Faure Gnassingbé himself. 

Ayi Renaud Dossavi

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