CAJ Appoints African-Caribbean Journalist, Moïse Manoel as Secretary-General, Central Executive Committee
By: Olusiji Balogun
The Chairman, Board of Trustees of Congress of African Journalists, Michael Adeboboye has announced Moise Manoel the Secretary-General, Central Executive Committee of the pan African journalists organisation.
Manoel is a 34 year old African-Caribbean from the 6th Region (Diaspora).
He is a Web Journalist/Editor born in Guadeloupe, raised in Versailles and residing in Amazonia, South America (French Guiana).
Manoel graduated from Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (Bachelor of geography) and also holds Masters Degree in Sociology, French Guiana University.
He is a Masters degree holder from a private school of management located in Paris : Ecole Pégase.
Currently he is working on his PhD in Sociology in the University of the French West Indies (Martinique).
Manoel is a journalist writing for 76crimesfr.com and (gusoma-media.fr). He writes mostly in french language and works on all topics related to LGBTQI+ communities, especially in French-speaking African countries.
Until his recent appointment, Manoel has been the Secretary of the Planning Committee of CAJ's Conference 2021; a responsibility he is handling to great admiration of the members and leadership of the organisation.
His appointment takes effect from Monday March 15.
According to Adeboboye who is also the Acting President of CAJ, Manoel shall be scribe and eyes of the organisation in the South America and carry out functions in line with objectives of the organisation and directives of the Board of Trustees.
Adeboboye however emphasised that all appointments in the executive positions of the organisation remains at acting capacity until proper election of the organisation which would hold at it's general assembly.
He congratulated Manoel and charged him to be very loyal and responsive.