At the instigation of the journalist & producer Amobé Mévégué, and led bythe founding team of Ubiznews tv channel, the WAN platform is an international panafrican window centered around themes like culture, education, and diversity.

All contents created are also broadcasted on the international network of UBIZNEWSTV-OM5 channel and many others media partners.During this day we brought together artists, leaders, and innovators on social networks, with hashtags #JeSuisWan and #IAmWan.

The day ended with a 2.0 show, broadcasted free of charge on all African national channels and some private, with the technical support of the African Union Broadcasting.

All Wan events’ participants aim to engage collective thoughts on Africa, post-crisis, and to support operators in the construction of a new Africa : United, inclusive, sustainable and innovative.

Africans, Afro-descendants (Caribbean, Indian Ocean, and the Americas), and others around the world, have come together as one to embrace the leadership of a new world to build.

People from around the world including Naomi Campbell, Youssou N’Dour, Djimon Hounsou, Jimmy Cliff, Angélique Kidjo, Khadja Nin, Akon, Ashton Barret Jr. from The Wailers, Salif Keita, Jerry Rawlings, Oumou Sangare, Audrey Azoulay, Andrew Young, Antonio Guterres, Tiken Jah Fakoly, Kali, Kassav, Femi Kuti, Lenin, Chico Cesar, Calipso Rose or Carlinhos Brown are already providing their support for this unprecedented initiative spread by the entire world press.The concept also initiates the credo of the world tribe television.

The brand WAN is now part of the African and international collective consciousness.