Ivory Coast’s Cisse Bacongo Appointed the Best African Administrator of Local Authorities

The mayor of the commune of Koumassi, in the southern district of Abidjan was designated Saturday, the best African administrator of local authorities, during the 14th edition of the African Development Award (PADEV).

Kigali, the Rwandan capital hosted the 14 th edition of this prize organized the 225 foundation which André Koffi is the president. 80 winners in 15 countries in Africa, Europe, the United States and other countries.


Ibrahim Bacongo Cissé, 64, is a lawyer, writer, teacher and politician. He is the national secretary of the Rassemblement des Republicains (ruling party) and in charge of legal and institutional affairs. He was Minister of Higher Education and Minister of Public Service and Administrative Reform.

The commune of Koumassi won on August 6, the prize of excellence 2019 of the fight against urban disorder in Côte d’Ivoire.


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