Reshuffle within the General Directorates in

Reshuffle within the General Directorates in
Reshuffle within the General Directorates in Senegal
1. Mr. Babacar GNING: New Managing Director of the Sovereign Fund for Strategic Investments (FONSIS)

Mr. Babacar GNING, Finance and Strategy Engineer, brings his expertise as new Managing Director of the Sovereign Fund for Strategic Investments (FONSIS). Having previously held the position of Deputy General Manager, his appointment consolidates the strategic vision of this financial institution, which is crucial for the economic development of . He succeeds Mr. Abdoulaye DIOUF SARR.

2. Mr. Dahirou THIAM: New Director General of the Telecommunications and Postal Regulatory Authority (ARTP)

The IT and Telecommunications engineer, Mr. Dahirou THIAM, takes the reins of the Telecommunications and Postal Regulatory Authority (ARTP), succeeding Mr. Abdou Karim SALL. His appointment comes at a crucial time when information and communication technologies play a determining role in the socio-economic development of the country.

3. Mr. Assane MBENGUE: New General Director of the Dakar Dem Dikk Company

Holder of a Master II in Business Administration, Mr. Assane MBENGUE becomes the new General Director of the Dakar Dem Dikk Company, replacing Mr. Ousmane SYLLA. His appointment aims to breathe new life into this public transport company, essential for urban mobility in the Senegalese capital.

4. Mr. Ndéné MBODJ: New Director of the Center for University Works of Dakar (COUD)

Mr. Ndéné MBODJ, Lecturer at the Cheikh Anta DIOP University of Dakar, takes over the management of the Center for University Works of Dakar (COUD), replacing Mr. Maguette SENE. Its academic expertise combined with its strategic vision should contribute to improving the living conditions of Senegalese students.

5. Mr. Ngagne Demba TOURE: New General Director of the Société des Mines du Senegal (SOMISEN)

With a Master II in Law and Governance of Energy and Mines, Mr. Ngagne Demba TOURE takes the helm of the Société des Mines du Senegal (SOMISEN), replacing Mr. Ousmane CISSE. His appointment reflects the importance given to the mining sector in the country’s economic development strategy.

6. Mrs. Aminata SARR: New General Director of the Société Anonyme Télédiffusion du Sénégal (TDS-SA)

Doctor in Letters and Human Sciences, Mrs. Aminata SARR becomes the General Director of the Société Anonyme Télédiffusion du Senegal (TDS-SA), succeeding Mrs. Nafissatou DIOUF. His appointment reinforces the crucial role of the media in promoting cultural diversity and information in the country.

7. Madame Ndeye Rokhaya THIAM: New Director General of the Senegalese Shippers’ Council (COSEC)

With a Master II in International Law, Mrs. Ndeye Rokhaya THIAM takes command of the Senegalese Shippers’ Council (COSEC), replacing Mr. Abdoulaye DIOP. Its expertise in the field of international law is expected to help strengthen the country’s trade and logistics activities internationally.

8. Mr. Abdoul NIANG: New General Director of the Water Company of Senegal (SONES)

With training as a Hydraulic Engineer, Mr. Abdoul NIANG is appointed head of the National Water Company of Senegal (SONES), replacing Mr. Charles FALL. His leadership should promote access to drinking water and improved sanitation services throughout the country.

9. Mr. Mamadou Abib DIOP: New General Director of the African Refining Company (SAR)

An engineer in Industrial Process Engineering and a specialist in business management, Mr. Mamadou Abib DIOP is appointed General Director of the Société Africaine de Raffinage (SAR), replacing Mrs. Mariame NDOYE DECRAENE. His appointment demonstrates the desire to modernize and strengthen the oil industry in Senegal.

10. Mr. Ibrahima BA: New General Director of the Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer du Senegal (CFS)

An electromechanical engineer by training, Mr. Ibrahima BA takes the reins of the Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer du Senegal (CFS), succeeding Mr. El Hadji Ndoye. His appointment comes in a context where the development of rail transport is of strategic importance for the connectivity and economic development of the country.

These appointments reflect the Senegalese government’s determination to breathe new life into various key sectors of the economy and public administration, with qualified professionals called upon to meet the challenges and seize the country’s development opportunities.

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