The Association of Lobbying and Public Affairs Councils of Côte d’Ivoire (ACLAP-CI) has just published its now traditional list of the 100 most influential public figures in Côte d’Ivoire. This third edition, which is the result of an annual survey of the country’s lobbying councils, has made a selection of personalities from the world who have “marked public life” over the last twelve months.
It should be noted that the study does not include the president of the republic, the vice-president and their spouses as well as judges, magistrates, members of the defense and security forces and the Lobbyists.
A reading, we note in the top 10 in the top 10 President Henri Konan Bédié, Prime Minister Gon Coulibaly and Minister Hamed Bakayoko, Soro Guillaume, Tene Ouattara (the brother of the Ivorian President), and Adama Bictogo , politician and boss of the group SNEDAI.
At the level of the economic world, we will find Jean Louis Billon of Sifca, Jean Kacou and Janine Diagou of the NSIA group, Jean Luc Konan of Cofina, Jean-Marie Ackah, the president of the employers, Stanislas Zézé of Bloomfield or Fabrice Sawegnon of the Voodoo group.