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[edit] List of Heads of Government of Cameroon

(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)

[edit] Cameroun Republic

Tenure Incumbent Affiliation Notes
1 January 1960 to 5 May 1960Ahmadou Babatoura Ahidjo, Prime MinisterUC 
15 May 1960 to 1 October 1961Charles Assalé, Prime MinisterUCBecoming Prime Minister of East Cameroun in the Cameroun Federal Republic.

[edit] Cameroon Federal Republic

[edit] East Cameroon
Tenure Incumbent Affiliation Notes
1 October 1961 to 19 June 1965Charles Assalé, Prime Minister UCHitherto Prime Minister of Cameroun Republic
19 June 1965 to 20 November 1965Vincent de Paul Ahanda, Prime MinisterUC 
20 November 1965 to 1966Simon Pierre Tchoungui, Prime Minister UC 
1966 to 2 June 1972UNC 
[edit] West Cameroon
Tenure Incumbent Affiliation Notes
1 October 1961 to 13 May 1965John Ngu Foncha, Prime Minister KNDP 
13 May 1965 to 1966Augustine Ngom Jua, Prime Minister UNC 
1966 to 11 January 1968KNDP 
11 January 1968 to 2 June 1972Salomon Tandeng Muna, Prime Minister UNC 
Cameroun United Republic
2 June 1972 to 30 June 1975Vacant
30 June 1975 to 6 November 1982Paul Biya, Prime MinisterUNC 
6 November 1982 to 22 August 1983Bello Bouba Maigari, Prime MinisterUNC 
22 August 1983 to 25 January 1984Luc Ayang, Prime MinisterUNC 
Cameroun Republic
25 January 1984 to 26 April 1991Vacant
26 April 1991 to 9 April 1992Sadou Hayatou, Prime MinisterRDPC 
9 April 1992 to 19 September 1996Simon Achidi Achu, Prime MinisterRDPC 
19 September 1996 to 8 December 2004Peter Mafany Musonge, Prime MinisterRDPC 
8 December 2004 to presentEphraïm Inoni, Prime MinisterRDPC 

[edit] Affiliations:-


RDPCRassemblement Démocratique du Peuple Camerounais/Cameroonian
(People’s Democratic Rally) conservative, former UNC renamed RDPC 1985
SDFSocial-Democratic Front/Front Social-Démocratique social-democratic
KNDPKamerun National Democratic Party British Cameroon-based, from 1966: part of UNC
UCUnion du Camerounais
(Cameroon Union) French Cameroon-based, from 1966: part of UNC
UNCUnion National du Camerounais
(Cameroonian National Union) from 1985: RDPC
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Heads of government of Cameroon

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