In Ghana, the Africa Prosperity Network (APN) has appointed a new CEO, Njack Kane, a financier selected after an extensive search aimed at finding “a seasoned industry professional capable of bridging Anglophone and Francophone Africa.” The Africa Prosperity Network (APN) organizes the Africa Prosperity Dialogues, a strategic meeting focused on integration issues. In his role, Njack Kane will be supported by Prince Moses, Deputy General Manager, and Stéphanie Diatta, General Manager. The new management team, comprising three members, is proficient in both English and French.
Njack Kane’s leadership team is strengthened by an Executive Board, chaired by Gabby Otchere-Darko as the Executive Chairman. Additionally, a prestigious Advisory Council, composed of high-level dignitaries and eminent industrialists from various parts of the African continent, provides support. Njack Kane, of Mauritanian and Senegalese origin, was raised and educated in Switzerland. His father, Elimane Kane, served as the Deputy Director-General of the International Labour Organization (ILO) until 1988. Currently, Njack Kane leads the Intervalle group of companies and serves as the Vice President of the MEF Foundation.
Furthermore, he is a board member of the Winds of Hope Foundation, dedicated to the eradication of Noma in Africa, and the John A. Kufuor Foundation, focusing on Leadership, Governance, and Development in Africa. Njack Kane is married to Absa Kane, who is the co-chair of the Swiss Red Cross Ball and serves as an International Ambassador for the Swiss Red Cross. The couple is blessed with two children.