Nouréini Tidjani-Serpos (born 15 January 1946 in Porto-Novo, Benin) studied literature in France and obtained a PhD and a D.Lit.in the subject from the University of Lille III (1987).Apart from knowing several ethnic African languages (Yoruba, Fon, Éwé and Goun), he can speak fluent English, French and Spanish. Noureini is married and a father to two sons and daughters.Activities
Chairman of the Pan-African Foundation For Cultural Development (FONPADEC)
Chairman of the Association for the Institutionalization of the African Intellectual Thought and Memory. (AIMEPIA)
General Administrator of Radio Benin-Culture
Professor of African literature
High-level experience at the service of UNESCO
As minister-counselor, deputy permanent delegate (1991–1995), then ambassador and permanent delegate of Benin (1995–1998), he has actively contributed to the lifeblood of the organization as a member of the executive council. He was also a member of the Headquarters C
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