|Minister of Defence|
2000 – 17 January 2004
|Succeeded by||Yéro Boly|
General Kouamé Lougué is a Burkinabé politician and soldier who served as Defence Minister from 2000 to 2004 under President Blaise Compaoré. Lougué had been appointed in 2000 after having helped suppress a coup attempt in 1999. In 2003, another coup plot resulted in Compaoré firing Lougué as defence minister, replacing him with Yéro Boly on 17 January 2004.
- BURKINA FASO: Defence minister sacked after questioning over coup attempt IRIN News, 17 January 2004
- "Burkina Faso's revolution 2.0". The Guardian.
- Burkina Faso unrest: President Blaise Compaore resigns BBC News, 31 October 2014
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