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Marie-Roger Biloa

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Club Millenium

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Africa International


Guest Commentator

LCP La Chaine Parlementaire


Affiliations

The African Media Initiative

Board Member


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africanmediainitiative.org

Marie-Roger Biloa
Marie-Roger Biloa is the Chief Executive Director of The Africa International Media Group. She is a journalist by profession, being the Editor of the political magazine "Africa International", and founding Editor of two highly successful local publications, "ICI-Les Gens du Cameroun" (2004) and "ICI-Les Gens du Gabon" (2008). She has also been a very frequent talk show guest in Europe and Africa. Ms Biloa is also president of the "Club Millenium" in Paris, a think tank for Africa and a much appreciated networking center for African and international business and political leaders. Marie-Roger Biloa has been running for 17 years "Africa International" which is the longest established French-speaking Panafrican magazine, created in 1958 in Dakar in Senegal. This magazine is intended for the political community, business executives, social activists, cultural actors, Africans in the Diaspora and students alike.


www.africanmediainitiative.org

Marie-Roger Biloa
Marie-Roger Biloa is the Chief Executive Director of The Africa International Media Group. She is a journalist by profession, being the Editor of the political magazine "Africa International", and founding Editor of two highly successful local publications, "ICI-Les Gens du Cameroun" (2004) and "ICI-Les Gens du Gabon" (2008). She has also been a very frequent talk show guest in Europe and Africa. Ms Biloa is also president of the "Club Millenium" in Paris, a think tank for Africa and a much appreciated networking center for African and international business and political leaders. Marie-Roger Biloa has been running for 17 years "Africa International" which is the longest established French-speaking Panafrican magazine, created in 1958 in Dakar in Senegal. This magazine is intended for the political community, business executives, social activists, cultural actors, Africans in the Diaspora and students alike.


thejewishreporter.com

My friend the distinguished African journalist and editor Marie-Roger Biloa wrote to me from Paris when I told her about the nasty response,."That is usual, stupefying that so many Jews, among the best and the brightest, just do not understand and accept that people protest in the streets against Israel's policy.


thejewishreporter.com [cached]

My friend the distinguished African journalist and editor Marie-Roger Biloa wrote to me from Paris when I told her about the nasty response,.“That is usual, stupefying that so many Jews, among the best and the brightest, just do not understand and accept that people protest in the streets against Israel's policy.


www.worldcinemadirectory.co.uk

These conversations with political leaders, such as Ghanaian President Jerry Rawlings, Jean Ziegler, UN Reporter for the feeding rights commission n, Jonas Sawadogo ('pioneer of the Revolution'), journalists Marie-Roger Biloa, Abdoulaye Diallo and Jean-Hubert Bazié, as well as former student Gervais Ouédraogo, teacher Dragoss Ouédraogo and former Captain Boukary Kaboré, are all essential because they fill the archives' lacunae and, as such, make the documentary invaluable.


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