AKA Mfon John is Professor of International Relations and African History, specializing in Yoruba Civilization, a branch of African History. Until his present position, Professor AKA was the Dean of Law and politics at the Houdégbé North American University, Republic of Benin. He became the first Nigerian to ever taught in the republic of Benin since the inception of Bilingual system of University Education in the country. He was the pioneer President of Nigerian lecturers in the country and currently regarded as the father of Nigerian lecturers in the Republic of Benin. AKA is also the Director General and a Senior Research fellow of the Centre for Peace Initiative and African Integration whose mandate is to enhance Peace and Security issues in the continent of Africa. Professor AKA holds two doctorate degrees from two separate universities in the United State. Pilgrims University, Burlington North Carolina and Triune University Global Extension Brooklyn New York and a Master degree from the Lagos State University. He has served on various boards and committee including that of University of London External Program, the Centre for Peace Initiative and African Integration, Peace Initiative Project, Nigeria Center for Food Security and community development and recently Porto-Novo Centre for Diaspora Studies, Republic of Benin. In his many years of academic endevours he served as External Examiners to various Universities and had supervised thousands of undergraduates and handful post-graduate students. He has published so many Books, Journals and Articles and presented series of occasional papers. Professor AKA Mfon John is the President and Founder of Ecole Supérieure St. Louis d’Afrique (St. Louis African University) Republic of Benin with authorization n°049/MESRS/CAB/DC/SGM/DPP/DGES/DEPES/SA of February 2014.