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Mohamed Moussa re-elected as Director General of ASECNA

Posted 15 September 2020 · Add Comment

The ASECNA Committee of Ministers meeting has appointed Mohamed Moussa as Director General of the Agency for the period 2021-2024.

This is the second four-year term for Mohamed Moussa.  Mohamed Moussa  is a civil aviation engineer and former minister. He has spent most of his career with ASECNA. His good record at the head of the Agency has led the Committee of Ministers to renew its confidence in him for a new term.

ASECNA is today fully committed to providing SBAS (Satellite Based Augmentation System) services to the African continent and the Indian Ocean.It has just provided, in collaboration with NIGCOMSAT and Thales Alenia Space, the first African SBAS service, initiating a new era in the field of increased satellite navigation performance in Africa and within the Indian Ocean.

 

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