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Mohammed Ibn Chambas

Date of Birth: 7/12/1950


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The East takes on the South

The EPAs are supposed to come into force in March and the main ACP negotiator will be its new Secretary General, Mohamed ibn Chambas from Ghana (see Box)...


Mr Chambas goes to Brussels

After Mohammed ibn Chambas takes over as Secretary General of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group in Brussels on 1 March 2010, he will have to fight hard to reassert the coherence and sense of direction of this important lobby group and its relations with the European Union...


Under new management

In late February, Babangida visited Conakry with Ecowas Executive Secretary Mohammed Ibn Chambas...


Ghana's gain

With Mohamed Ibn Chambas as Executive Secretary of the Economic Community of West African States, Ghana already has on-the-ground experience of dealing with the stalemate in Côte d'Ivoire and the rumbling crisis in Guinea...


Candidates and rivals

From January, Ghana’s Mohamed Ibn Chambas heads the new Commission at the Economic Community of West African States’ Secretariat in Abuja – for the next four years...


Nervy neighbours

Obasanjo had already threatened military action when Faure visited him in Abuja on 17 February, Ecowas (whose Executive Secretary, Mohamed Ibn Chambas, is Ghanaian) had imposed sanctions while United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan (also Ghanaian) was the first world leader to denounce the coup...


Meltdown in Monrovia

A recent Ecowas mission led by Executive Secretary Mohamed ibn Chambas and Ghanaian Foreign Minister Nana Akufo-Addo, which visited Conakry seeking support for a negotiated settlement, was received by the essentially powerless Prime Minister Lamine Sidimé rather than Conté, who although in poor health still wields absolute power...


Diplomacy central

Kufuor can draw on the experience of ECOWAS Executive Secretary Mohamed ibn Chambas, Minister of Education under the Jerry Rawlings government, and Presidential Secretary Daniel Kufuor Osei, who was Ghana's Ambassador to Guinea during Liberia's first civil war...


Weird scenes inside the gold-mine

On 24 June, the LURD suspended its participation in the peace process, complaining that Ecowas Executive Secretary Mohamed ibn Chambas, a veteran of Liberian peace processes in the 1990s, was making no attempt to enforce an agreement for Taylor to step down...


How the Ghana talks stalled

Taylor's opponents accuse Ecowas Executive Secretary Mohamed ibn Chambas of allowing the Liberian government to vet political party representatives, and of failing to invite heavyweights like former interim President Amos Sawyer, and George Boley, whose National Democratic Party of Liberia is one of ten parties supporting Taylor's NPP...


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