Adrien Sibomana

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Adrien Sibomana (born Bukeye, Muramvya September 4, 1953) was the prime minister of Burundi from October 19, 1988 until July 10, 1993. He was a member of UPRONA. He is an ethnic Hutu and was appointed by the Tutsi President Pierre Buyoya in an unsuccessful attempt to appease Hutus by giving a few high government posts to them.[1] Sibomana was the first Hutu prime minister since 1973 and previously had been governor of Muramvya Province.[2]


Political offices
Preceded by
Édouard Nzambimana
Prime Minister of Burundi
Succeeded by
Sylvie Kinigi