Trombinoscope (UK)
Wednesday, 04 November 2020 05:55

(Togo First) - If Prof. Kako Nubukpo has a more- than- eloquent academic background as the current Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Management (FASEG) at the University of Lomé, it is above all his positions and the constant struggle for the end of the CFA that propelled him to the forefront of the continental and global scene. While his fight against the CFA put him under the spotlight, it cost him his position in the Togolese government and that of director of the digital francophonie.

A former head of the "Economic Analysis and Research" Unit of the WAEMU Commission, a former director of the Autonomous Center for Studies and Capacity Building for Development in Togo (CADERDT), and also an honorary member of the African Center for Economic Intelligence and Monitoring (CAVIE), he is the author of the books “Sortir de la servitude volontaire” (Breaking free from voluntary servitude) and “l’urgence africaine : changeons le modèle de croissance” (The African emergency: changing the growth model).

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