Gabon’s international minister Michael Moussa Adamo died Friday (Jan. 20) after struggling a coronary heart assault throughout a cupboard assembly.
The 62-year-old, an ally of President Ali Bongo Ondimba, suffered a coronary heart assault and died “regardless of efforts by specialists” to revive him, the federal government stated in a quick assertion.
Reacting to his dying on Twitter, President Bongo paid tribute to Moussa Adamo, whom he known as a “good friend […] and an awesome diplomat”.
Moussa Adamo was born within the northeastern city of Makokou in 1961 and began out as a presenter on nationwide tv.
In 2000, he was made chief of employees for the defence minister, who on the time was Bongo.
When Bongo was elected president on the dying of his father Omar Bongo Ondimba in 2009, Moussa Adamo served as his particular advisor.
After a decade as Gabon’s ambassador to the USA till 2020, he grew to become, first, defence minister after which international minister in March final 12 months.
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