Well-connected across Africa he has advised many African Governments on investments and development strategies. Adama Gaye, former Ecowas Information Director and former Member of the top management team of the Pan-African Bank, Ecobank, is Chairman of Newforce Africa, a Business and PR Consultancy and serves as a Senior Africa Adviser for Interlink. Adama recently published for the Moroccan Government a two page Special Report in the Financial Times on the occasion of Africa Day, May 25th, 2017. He did the same in the New York Times and The International Herald Tribune when he advised The Nigerian Government Transition from military to civilian rule, in May 1999. Adama is also the author of two leading books on Africa, the latest being: Tomorrow, The new Africa (with a Foreword by Liberian President, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf), has been the Editor of West Africa Magazine, the oldest African newsweekly magazine, based in London, and has contributed regularly commentary and analysis for BBC, CNN, France 24, China People's Daily, AlJazeera, Rfi and other platforms. As a Senior Africa Adviser at Interlink, he has facilitated huge investments projects in Africa, including in the water, telecommunications and media sectors. Finally, Adama is a seasoned businessman driven by ethics and a recognized expert on Africa, who has advised numerous African governments on investment and development strategies. He has graduated from several universities, notably The Dakar University, The Sorbonne (France), Oxford University and has had stints as a Visiting Fellow at Sais, Johns Hopkins University, and Beijing University. Adama is fluent in English and French and is based in Dakar, Senegal.