Who is Kémi Séba?
Kémi Séba (French language version of Egyptian for “black star”), born Stellio Gilles Robert Capo Chichi on December 9, 1981 is a Pan-Africanist political leader , French – Beninese writer, and geopolitical journalist, seen as a prominent figure of anticolonialist resistance in francophone Africa in the 21st century.
Is Kemi Seba allowed to enter Guinea?
In October 2021, three years after being turned away at Conakry airport, Kemi Seba was allowed to enter Guinean territory from where he met Mamady Doumbunya. In March 2015, Kémi Séba was received by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to talk about the need to collaborate between countries of the Third World confronted with Western imperialism.
Who is kemiour Aarim Shabazz?
In April 2010, Malik Zulu Shabazz, leader of the US-based New Black Panther Party (NBPP), appointed Capo Chichi the party’s representative in France and gave him the nom de guerre Kemiour Aarim Shabazz. In July 2010, Capo Chichi left his position as the president of MDI but continued as the head of the francophone branch of NBPP.