ECO-6 LUMI: Former Governor for the bank of Central African States, Daniel Ngassiki becomes ADCB Special Advisor to the Board of Directors

ADCB President H.R.H. Chief Timothy McPherson & Special Advisor Daniel Ngassiki together holding-up the LUMI Currency

Former Governor for the Bank of Central African States (BEAC), Daniel Ngassiki, Appointed Special Advisor to the ADCB Board of Directors

The Chairman of the Economic Community of States, Territories & Realms of the African Diaspora Sixth Region (ECO-6) and President of the African Diaspora Central Bank (ADCB), Chief Timothy McPherson, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ambassador Daniel Ngassaki as Special Advisor to the ADCB Board of Directors. Ambassador Ngassiki is the former Governor of the Bank of Central African States (BEAC) and currently serves as Ambassador Plenipotentiary for the Republic of Congo to the Republic of Cameroon.

Ambassador Ngassiki, who is a senior statesman, master economist and financial engineer, brings extraordinary experience, knowledge, vision and compassion to the mandate of financial inclusion and economic liberation that ADCB champions throughout Africa and the global Sixth Region. ECO-6 and the ADCB family are honoured to have Ambassador Ngassiki as part of our team.

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About the African Diaspora Central Bank (ADCB): Established under the ECO-6 Treaty, ADCB functions as a turnkey financial institution for driving Diaspora Direct Investments (DDI) to Africa and African investments towards the Diaspora. Using its new sovereign regional currency, African Kingdoms LUMI (AKL), often referred to as LUMI for short, ADCB will facilitate the creation of an integrated capital markets between the continent and the global Diaspora. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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