Mahamadou Adamou is Vice-President Africa of the IFCCD and president of the Niger Coalition for Cultural Diversity. After completing his studies at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Mahamadou Adamou became a cultural journalist at the National Broadcasting and Television Office of Niger (ORTN), of which he was then appointed Executive Director from 2003 to 2007. He was then appointed Communication Advisor to the President of the High Court of Justice of Niger from 2007 to 2010. It is during this period that he became a member of the Niger Coalition for Cultural Diversity created in 2005. He became President of the Niger Coalition just before the 2nd IFCCD Congress in 2009. Appointed in 2010 as Communication Advisor to the National Assembly of Niger and then in 2011-2018, Executive Director of the National Publishing and Press Office (ONEP), which publishes the newspapers: the National Daily of Niger and the Weekly. In 2019, he became Special Advisor on Communication to the Prime Minister of Niger.