Anne-Marie Goumba is a member of the National Assembly of the Central African Republic and as a member of the Pan-African Parliament from the Central African Republic. She is the wife of long-time Central African politician Abel Goumba, the former President of the Patriotic Front for Progress (FPP).
She was born in Rwanda, where she met Abel Goumba, whom she married, in the 1970s, when he was sent there while working for the World Health Organization. She was elected to the National Assembly from the fifth district of Bangui in the 2005 parliamentary election, receiving 37.32% of the vote in the second round.
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