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Les 100 africains les plus influents en 2017: trois Marocains, un Algérien, une Tunisienne...

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Les 100 africains les plus influents en 2017: trois Marocains, un Algérien, une Tunisienne...
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#Maroc : Le Magazine New African a publié la liste des personnalités africaines les plus influentes en 2017. Le Maroc aligne deux autres leaders derrière le roi Mohammed VI. Mais, la surprise c'est surtout un Sénégalais du Maroc qui se distingue à l'international.


Dans son édition de décembre 2017 qui vient de paraître, le magazine New African a publié son classement annuel qui est devenu une référence sur le continent. C'est sans surprise que l'on retrouve le roi Mohammed VI parmi les 18 personnalités politiques qui font figure de leader sur le continent. A côté de lui on ne retrouve que d'éminentes personnalités comme le président Rwandais Paul Kagamé, le président de l'Union africaine, Alpha Condé, ou la secrétaire générale adjointe de l'ONU, la Nigériane, Amina J Mohammed.

Côté politique toujours, c'est une française qui représente le pays de Senghor en la personne de Sénégalaise Sibeth Ndiaye, celle qui fut la cheffe d'orchestre de la communication d'Emmanuel Macron pendant la campagne électorale. Le sénateur libérien, George Wear, ancien ballon d'or mondial, et qui est surtout arrivé à la tête du premier tour de la présidentielle, fait aussi partie des leaders africains de l'année. 


>>>LIRE AUSSI: Classement 2017: la liste complète des 100 jeunes les plus influents d'Afrique

Dans le monde des affaires, deux Marocains y représentent dignement leurs homologues. Il s’agit notamment de Mohamed Kettani, PDG du groupe Attijariwafa Bank et Moulay Hafid Elalamy actionnaire de référence du groupe Saham. Mais le Maroc est également représenté par un Sénégalais dans ce classement, en l'occurrence Alioune Guèye PDG d'Afrique Challenge, l'Afrique qui ose. 

En Afrique du Nord, c'est le Maroc qui est donc le plus représenté, alors que l'Algérie n'aligne qu'un seul homme d'affaires, en la personne d'Issad Rebrab qui est l'homme le plus riche de cette partie du continent. Il y a aussi la Tunisienne Dorra Bouchoucha Forati, productrice de Cinéma. 


POLITICS AND PUBLIC SERVICE


Mohammed VI – King (Morocco)

Amina J Mohammed – UN Deputy Secretary General. (Nigeria)

George Weah – Football legend and aspiring President (Liberia)

Yemi Osinbajo – Vice President (Nigeria)

Alpha Condé – President (Guinea)

Justice David Maraga – Supreme Court Judge (Kenya)

Nana Akufo-Addo – President (Ghana)

Sophia Abdi Noor – Politician (Kenya)

Akinwumi Adesina – President Africa Development Bank; Winner – World Food Prize 2017 (Nigeria)

Vanessa Moungar – Director of Gender AfDB (Chad)

Vera Songwe – New head – UN Economic Commission for Africa (Cameroon)

Moussa Faki Mahamat – African Union Commission Chairperson (Chad)

Paul Kagame – President (Rwanda)

Pravin Gordhan – Political stalwart, former Finance Minister (South Africa)

Sibeth Ndiaye – Advisor to French President Macron (Senegal)

Dr Tedros Ghebreyesus – new and first African WHO Director General (Ethiopia)

Bola Tinubu – Former Lagos State governor (Nigeria)

Prof. Ruth Oniang’o – Nutritionist, Africa Food Prize Winner (Kenya)


BUSINESS AND FINANCE


Aliko Dangote – Successful business mogul Africa’s richest man (Nigeria)

Issad Rebrab – Founder and CEO, Cevital (Algeria)

Isabel dos Santos – Billionaire businesswoman former Chairperson Sonangol (Angola)

Mohamed Al Kettani – CEO Attijariwafa Bank (Morocco)

Lionel Zinsou –  creator of the Africa-France club (Benin)

Dr. Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu – Minister of State for Petroleum Resources (Nigeria)

Makhtar Diop – World Bank Vice-President for Africa (Senegal)

Abdoulaye Coulibaly – Founder of the Bamako Forum (Mali)

Abebe Selassie – Head of IMF African Department. (Ethiopia)

James Mworia – MD and CEO of Centum Investments (Kenya)

Jean-Claude Bastos de Morais – Founder and CEO, Quantum Global (Angola)

Mohammed Dewji – CEO MeTL Group (Tanzania)

Strive Masiyiwa – Founder and Chairman of Econet Wireless (Zimbabwe)

Alioune Gueye – Entrepreneur (Senegal)

Moulay Hafid – Minister of Trade and Industry (Morocco)

Dr. Sahar Nasr – Minister of Investment and International Cooperation (Egypt)

Olga Johnson – Secretary General of the Foundation for Energy (Benin)

Elon Musk – Founder: PayPal, SpaceX, Tesla, and OpenAI (South Africa)


CIVIL SOCIETY AND ACTIVISM


Haben Girma – Deafblind Harvard Law law graduate and disability rights activist (Eritrea/Ethiopia/US)

Patrick ‘PLO’ Lumumba – Defence lawyer and anti-corruption champ (Kenya)

Dr Fatima Akilu – Psychologists and founder Neem Tree Foundation Rehabilitating Boko Haram victims (Nigeria)

Biram Dah Abeid   – Awardin-winning anti-modern slavery hero (Mauritania)

Ikponwosa Ero – UN’s Human Rights Council Independent Expert on the Enjoyment of Human Rights by Persons with Albinism. (Nigeria)

Kumi Naidoo – Co-founder, Africans Rising (South Africa)

Archbishop Stanley Ntagali – takes controversial stand on same-sex marriage (Uganda)

Jaha Dukureh – Founder Safe Hands – Anti FGM and Child Marriage (Gambia)


SCIENCE, TECH & INNOVATION


Nunu Ntshingila – Head, Facebook Africa (South Africa)

Dr Tebello Nyokong – Award-winning Chemist (South Africa)

Adamu Waziri – Founder – Bino and Fino African children’s TV and youtube animations

Anne-Marie Imafidon – child progidy, co-founder of Stemettes for young women in science and tech (Nigeria/UK)

Iyinoluwa ‘E’ Aboyeji – Founder, Flutterwave (Nigeria)

Sara Menker – Gro Intelligence (Ethiopia)

Jelani Aliyu – Design of GM’s electric Chevrolet Volt car, now new Director general of Nigeria’s National Automotive Design and Development Council (Nigerian)

Dr Helena Ndume – one the world’s most prolific ophthalmologists has restored sights for over 30000 people for free working with See International (Namibia)

Yvonne Mburu – co-founder of Med in Africa (Kenya)

Rebecca Enonchong – Founder AppsTech (Cameroon)

Professor Yaye Kène-Gassama Dia – A scientist of many firsts (Senegal)

Bozoma Saint John – Chief Brand Officer – Uber (Ghana)


EDUCATION AND ACADEMIA


Fred Swaniker – African Leadership Academy (Ghana)

Noëlla Coursaris Musunka – Educationist Malaika Foundation (DRCongo)

Tom Ilube – Tech entrepreneur and educationist (Nigeria/UK)

Patrick Awuah – Founder Ashesi University and winner 2017 Qatar’s WISE Prize for Education. (Ghana)

Carlos Lopes – Respected economist former UNECA chief now Professor of economics University of Cape Town


MEDIA


Edward Kobina Enninful – new and first black and male Editor of British Vogue ( Ghana/UK)

Khanyi Dhlomo – Media mogulette – Founder Ndalo Media (South Africa)

Adedoyin Adepitan – Intrepid Paralympian and TV presenter (Nigeria/UK)

Julie Gichuru – TV Host, public speaker and CEO of Arimus Media Limited (Kenya)

Trevor Noah – Satirist and Host The Daily Show (South Africa)

Zeinab Badawi – Broadcaster and documentary film maker (Sudan/UK)

Koos Bekker – Chairman and former CEO of media giant Naspers

Khadija Patel – Editor-in-Chief, Mail & Guardian (South Africa)



ARTS & CULTURE


Ruth Negga – Actress and rising Hollywood star (Ethiopia/Ireland)

C4 Pedro – Musician bring Kizomba music to world stage (Angola)

Imbolo Mbue – New author-to-watch (Cameroon)

Roye Okupe – Found YouNeek Studios – which creates African comic books and superheroes (Nigeria)

Dorra Bouchoucha – Film Producer (Tunisia)

Laduma Ngxokolo – Fashion Designer inspired by his Xhosa heritage (South Africa)

Alexandra Amon – Film producer and directo of Boutique Hotel. (Cote d’Ivoire)

Njideka Akunyili Crosby – Visual Artist (Nigeria)

Sindika Dokolo – Entreprenuer and African art promoter collector – DRCongo

Duckie Thot – outspoken model and beauty diversity champion (South Sudan/Australia)

WizKid – Award-winning Afrobeat sensation (Nigeria)

Adwoa Aboah – Feminist and Top Model of the moment and (Ghana/UK)

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – Author, Feminist and Global Icon (Nigeria)

Tinashe – Pop star breaking America (Zimbabwe)

Diébédo Francis Kéré – the super talented yet unsung Architect (Burkina Faso)

Halima Aden – The Hijab wearing top model breaking stereotypes (Somalia/US)

Bushra al-Fadil – Winner Caine Prize of 2017 (Sudan)

Triplets Ghetto Kids – Global dance troop phenomenon (Uganda)

Porky Hefer – a unique designer with ethical conscience (South Africa)

Idris Elba – The unstoppable blockbuster king – (Ghana/Sierra Leone/UK)


SPORT


Anthony Joshua – the affable Boxing heavyweight Champ – (Nigeria/UK)

Mo Salah – Footballer who taking Egypt to the World Cup ( Egypt)

Mo Farah – One of the greatest middle and long-distance and marathon runner of his generation – (Somalia/UK)

Caster Semenya – Athletics 800 meters golden girl (South Africa)

Eniola Aluko – the football star who stood up and exposed a racism in the English FA (Nigeria/UK)

Elijah Manangoi – the new 1500meters sensation to watch ( Kenya)

Wayde van Niekerk – the world record-breaking boy wonder (South Africa)

Asisat Oshoala – Women’s football royalty – (Nigeria)

Hellen Obiri – the 5000m World Champion (Kenya)

Faith Kipyegon – double champion with big dreams (Kenya)

Kagiso Rabada -World’s most feared Cricket bowler (south Africa)
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