Grégoire Ndjaka re-elected African Union of Broadcasting's (AUB) Chief Executive Officer for a four-year term of office
He was reappointed on June 1st 2022 by Members of the Executive Council, in the sidelines of the Union’s 13th General Assembly, in Senegal
He is a fellow of the Japan Foundation and has been interested in exchanging news between Africa and the Asian continent for several years
Grégoire Ndjaka is the new Chief Executive Officer of the African Union of Broadcasting (AUB) (www.uar-AUB.org). He was re-elected on June 1st 2022 by Members of the Executive Council, in the sidelines of the Union’s 13th General Assembly, in Dakar. The polling took place under the supervision of the President of the Executive Council, Mr Raymond Tsheko. Mr Ndjaka will be conducting the activities of the Union for the next four years.
Grégoire Ndjaka has been the Chief Executive Officer of AUB since January 2016.
He is a senior journalist with more than 30 years of professional experience. He was elected on 5th October 2015 and was confirmed to this position during a General Assembly held from 27 to 28 November 2015 in Abuja, Nigeria.
Before his election then, he was the Director of Human Resources of the Cameroon Radio Television (CRTV), where he also held several other positions, notably that of Advisor No. 1 of the Director General and Deputy Director of Cooperation.
In 1988, Grégoire NDJAKA graduated from the Advanced School of Information Science (Yaoundé-Cameroon), one of the best-known journalism education institutions in French-speaking Africa. He is a fellow of the Japan Foundation and has been interested in exchanging news between Africa and the Asian continent for several years.
Grégoire NDJAKA holds a Master's Degree in Human Rights and Humanitarian Emergencies from the Catholic University of Central Africa (CUCA/UCAD) and a Master's Degree in Project Management from the same university. He is a Knight in the National Order of Value in his country and a member of several professional organizations.
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