Mohamed Said Fofana

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Mohamed Said Fofana
Prime Minister of Guinea
In office
24 December 2010 – 29 December 2015
President Alpha Condé
Preceded by Jean-Marie Doré
Succeeded by Mamady Youla
Personal details
Born 1952 (age 63–64)
Political party Independent

Mohamed Said Fofana (born 1952) was the Prime Minister of Guinea from 2010 to 2015. He was appointed by President Alpha Condé on December 24, 2010. His previous role was director of economic research at the commerce ministry.[1]

Fofana and his government resigned on January 16, 2014. However, he was re-appointed as Prime Minister three days later.[2]

After Condé won a second term in the October 2015 presidential election, Fofana resigned as Prime Minister on 23 December 2015, and Condé appointed Mamady Youla to replace him on 26 December.[3]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Jean-Marie Doré
Prime Minister of Guinea
2010–2015
Succeeded by
Mamady Youla