Joseph Ngute

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Joseph Dion Ngute (born March 12, 1954) is a Cameroonian politician currently serving as the 9th Prime Minister of Cameroon, following his appointment in January 2019. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Joseph Ngute has received more than 74,140 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia. Joseph Ngute is the 13,504th most popular politician, the 28th most popular biography from Cameroon and the 6th most popular Cameroonian Politician.

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Among politicians, Joseph Ngute ranks 13,504 out of 15,710Before him are Christopher Loeak, Nader Al-Dahabi, Muhammad Haji Ibrahim Egal, Claudia Roth, Mike Gravel, and Gustavo Jiménez. After him are Alfonso Portillo, Siv Jensen, Frederick Theodore Frelinghuysen, José Eugenio Ellauri, José Patricio Guggiari, and Charles Townshend.

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Among people born in 1954, Joseph Ngute ranks 369Before him are Tina Knowles, Oleg Romantsev, Andrei Sannikov, Corbin Bernsen, Carly Fiorina, and Philippe Bergeroo. After him are Arliss Howard, Antonio Olmo, Robert Pastorelli, Karel De Gucht, Daniyal Akhmetov, and Clem Burke.

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In Cameroon

Among people born in Cameroon, Joseph Ngute ranks 28 out of 115Before him are Ferdinand Oyono (1929), André Onana (1996), Richard Bona (1967), Stephen Tataw (1963), Geremi (1978), and Carlos Kameni (1984). After him are Michel Pensée (1973), Ephraïm Inoni (1947), Jean-Alain Boumsong (1979), Pierre Webó (1982), Achille Emaná (1982), and Pierre Womé (1979).

Among POLITICIANS In Cameroon

Among politicians born in Cameroon, Joseph Ngute ranks 6Before him are Paul Biya (1933), Ahmadou Ahidjo (1924), Issa Hayatou (1946), Philémon Yang (1947), and Ferdinand Oyono (1929). After him are Ephraïm Inoni (1947).

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