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Zomahoun has been appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Benin.
Japan Day is hold every year in Takeshi Japanese Language School in Cotonou, the Republic of Benin, West Africa. This event which introduces the country of Japan and Japanese culture to Beninese people is hold for the purpose of promoting friendship between the two countries. This event was reported by Beninese newspaper "La Nation" on 28th of December, 2009.
On 24th of Nov., 2009, Mr.Zomahoun got the Prize for Socail Contribution. The commendation ceremony of this prize was held in ANA Inter Continental Hotel in Tokyo by the Foundation for Encouragement of Social Contribution (FESCO). Zomahoun was given a public recognition to his long-term activities in his country, Benin, West Africa, such as building public elementary schools and a Japanese language school, cultivating the farm, inviting Beninese students to Japan and so on.
Zomahoun, from bottom of his heart, expressed the deepest gratitude for the people who supported IFE and his activities.
Zomahoun's life and work were introduced in Jeune Afrique.
Zomahoun appeared on RFI (Radio France Internationale) radio program "Invité Afrique".
Zomahoun's comment appeared in Tokyo Journal.