General Arafan Camara (1948 – January 6, 2008) was a politician and military official in Guinea. Camara was named Defense Minister on 28 March 2007 after mass protests forced a new government. He was dismissed as minister on 12 May 2007 after soldiers rioted concerning better working conditions and the re-instatement of sacked military leaders. He was replaced by retired Army General Bailo Diallo. He died on January 6, 2008 at the age of 60.
- "Guinea's defence minister sacked" BBC News, 11 May 2007
- U.S. State Department profile of Guinea (4/07)
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