|Mother||Joelle Aziza Eboulia|
|Born||25 February 1972|
Jean-Serge Bokassa (born 25 February 1972) is a Central African politician who has been Minister of Youth, Sports, Arts, and Culture since April 2011. He is a son of Jean-Bédel Bokassa, who ruled the Central African Republic from 1966 to 1979.
Born in Bangui in 1972, Jean-Serge was a son of Bokassa and Joelle Aziza Eboulia (1955–2001). When his father became Emperor of the Central African Empire on 4 December 1976, Jean-Serge, along with his siblings became a Prince with the style Imperial Highness. He was enrolled at a Swiss boarding school when his father was overthrown. As a result he was taken out of the school and along with other family members went into exile in Gabon.
The family eventually returned from exile and Jean-Serge has been elected as a deputy in the National Assembly of the Central African Republic. While speaking warmly of his father, saying that he was a loving family man and "a patriot" who was the victim of "character assassination by media", he has described Bokassa's creation of a monarchy as "indefensible".
Prince Jean-Serge Bokassa
|Reference style||His Imperial Highness|
|Spoken style||Your Imperial Highness|
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