Michèle Esso was born in 1971 in Yaoundé, the capital of Cameroon. She is a wife and mother. After training at the School of Information and Communication Sciences and Technologies, she received further training at the Institute of International Relations in Cameroon.
As a journalist and expert in international cooperation, decentralized cooperation, and sustainable development, Michèle is constantly seeking new challenges. The allure of the senior administration offers her another universe that does not dilute her cultural sensitivity or her creative spirit.
Understanding a work of art means unraveling its mysteries. Her affinity for the arts is evident. Michèle Esso consistently expresses it in her writings, her style, her way of life, and more.
From music to painting, and through writing and poetry, nothing resists Michèle's appetite for culture. She examines art in its plural dimension.
Beneath her apparent nonchalance lies a strong personality, lively, dynamic, with the soul of a builder. Initially cold and distant, she is a contrasting person who can be warm depending on the connection.
Michèle Esso is also the author of a beautiful book, Sawa Sú, published in 2021 by Éditions du Schabel. It is a long, lyrical, and rhythmic evocation, a passionate love poem, a story with multiple chapters that one savors from beginning to end, like a journey on the waters of the Wouri River and its tributaries.
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