Abdallah Mohamed Kamil

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Abdallah Mohamed Kamil (عبد الله محمد كامل) (born Obock, 1936) is a Djiboutian politician. He served as Prime Minister of the country from 5 February 1978 to 2 October 1978.

Prior to Djibouti's independence in 1977, Kamil held the posts of Vice-President of the Government Council (1966–1967) and President of the Government Council (29 July 1976–18 May 1977). He served as Minister of Foreign Affairs in the first post-independence government, and following the resignation of Prime Minister Ahmed Dini Ahmed, he was appointed as Prime Minister at the head of a new government on 5 February 1978, while remaining Minister of Foreign Affairs and also becoming Minister of Defense.[1] President Hassan Gouled Aptidon dismissed his government on September 21, 1978 and subsequently appointed Barkat Gourad Hamadou to succeed him.[2]


  1. ^ "Mar 1978 - Appointment of New Government -Establishment of Diplomatic Relations with West Germany", Keesing's Record of World Events, Volume XXIV, March, 1978 Djibouti, Page 28891.
  2. ^ "Nov 1978 - Cabinet Reorganization under New Prime Minister", Keesing's Record of World Events, Volume XXIV, November, 1978 Djibouti, Page 29308.
Preceded by
Ahmed Dini Ahmed
Prime Minister of Djibouti
Succeeded by
Barkat Gourad Hamadou