Idelphonse Affogbolo, the Beninese businessman behind the Contemporary Benin travelling exhibition, has set himself the mission of “participating ... in the circulation and visibility of contemporary art in Africa.”
It concluded that all political parties were able to campaign freely and ‘the election process was conducted in a credible manner’.
Now staying in the Flemish hinterland of Belgium, Lissu agreed to have a virtual coffee with The Africa Report. A considered yet battle-hardened campaigner, Lissu is a difficult politician for journalists. Where is the Achilles’ heel? You might conclude that Lissu’s flaw is that he is too much of a gentleman for the blood sport of 21st-century politics.