Ibrahima Sory Barry

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Ibrahima Sory Barry (died 1975) was a Guinean chief and politician. For many years he was a very prominent chief of Mamou until 1957 when he was appointed for more national and international duties.[1] He served in the council of the Politburo of the First Republic of Guinea as Minister of Rural Economy from 1963.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thomas O'Toole, Janice E. Baker (2005). Historical dictionary of Guinea, Volume 94 (4 ed.). Scarecrow Press. p. 24. ISBN 0-8108-4634-9. 
  2. ^ Djibril Kassomba Camara (2005). Le redressement national en République de Guinée: les effets pervers. Editions L'Harmattan. p. 53ff. ISBN 2-7475-9735-0.