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Jean Eyeghé Ndong

1946 - Today

Jean Eyeghé Ndong

Jean Eyeghé Ndong (born February 12, 1946) is a Gabonese politician. He was the Prime Minister of Gabon from January 20, 2006 to July 17, 2009. He was also the First Vice-President of the Gabonese Democratic Party (PDG) until 2009.Eyeghé Ndong resigned as Prime Minister in July 2009 and announced his intention to stand as an independent candidate in the August 2009 presidential election. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Jean Eyeghé Ndong has received more than 10,341 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 13,061st most popular politician.

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Among POLITICIANS

Among politicians, Jean Eyeghé Ndong ranks 13,011 out of 14,801Before him are Sima Samar, Alexander Volkov, Mohammad Reza Aref, Peter Bondra, Vince Cable, and John Jacob Astor, 1st Baron Astor of Hever. After him are Georgi Bliznashki, Gennady Novitsky, Jhala Nath Khanal, Mazie Hirono, Agathocles of Bactria, and Viktor Kuzkin.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1946, Jean Eyeghé Ndong ranks 478Before him are Robert Metcalfe, Robert Sara, John M. Lounge, Sonny Perdue, Ian Wallace, and Robert L. Gibson. After him are Ricky Jay, Loleatta Holloway, Holly Woodlawn, Martha Coolidge, Dan White, and Mary-Claire King.

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In Gabon

Among people born in Gabon, Jean Eyeghé Ndong ranks 7 out of 18Before him are Omar Bongo (1935), François Bozizé (1946), Léon M'ba (1902), Rose Francine Rogombé (1942), Daniel Ona Ondo (1945), and Patrice Trovoada (1962). After him are Paul Biyoghé Mba (1953), Mario Lemina (1993), Daniel Cousin (1977), Stéphane Lasme (1982), Didier Ovono (1983), and Guélor Kanga (1990).