Doctor of Medicine in 1985 at the Faculty of Health Sciences of Cotonou. He entered the same year at the National University of Côte d'Ivoire and left in 1989 holder of the Certificate of Special Studies in Obstetrics Gynecology.
In 1993, he received training in In Vitro Fertilization in France, set up the Embassy Zone Polyclinic in Cotonou, which later became Polyclinic Saint Michel (POSAM); but the sociological conditions did not allow him to start this IVF activity in Benin at that time.
Seventeen years later, faced with the persistent absence of an IVF center in Benin and the disarray of infertile couples, of whom only a few wealthy and knowledgeable people went abroad to benefit from this science with or without satisfaction, he set up a new formation in Paris the Center of Medical Assistance to the Procreation of Cotonou in End of 2010. He gave birth to the POSAM on September 8, 2011 the first 3 babies conceived by in vitro fertilization in Benin and since then many other babies.