Frédéric Ngenzebuhoro

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Frédéric Ngenzebuhoro was Vice-President of Burundi from 11 November 2004 to 26 August 2005. He is an ethnic Tutsi and a member of the Union for National Progress (UPRONA) party.[1][2] Prior to that appointment, Ngenzebuhoro had served in a number of ministerial capacities under prior President Pierre Buyoya.[1]


  1. ^ a b (12 November 2004). Burundi picks new vice-president, BBC News, Retrieved November 6, 2010
  2. ^ (1 September 2005) Outgoing Burundi vice-president hands over to successors, ABP news agency, Bujumbura (BBC Monitoring International Reports), Retrieved November 6, 2010
Political offices
Preceded by
Alphonse-Marie Kadege
Vice-President of Burundi
Succeeded by
Martin Nduwimana &
Alice Nzomukunda