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Vicente Ehate Tomi

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Vicente Ehate Tomi (born 1968) is an Equatoguinean politician who was Prime Minister of Equatorial Guinea from May 21, 2012 until June 22, 2016. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Vicente Ehate Tomi has received more than 24,231 page views. His biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia. Vicente Ehate Tomi is the 14,667th most popular politician (down from 13,353rd in 2019), the 5th most popular biography from Equatorial Guinea and the 5th most popular Equatorial Guinean Politician.

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  • 20

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  • 9.13

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  • 1.57

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among POLITICIANS

Among politicians, Vicente Ehate Tomi ranks 14,667 out of 15,710Before him are Richard M. Daley, Mara Carfagna, Robert Muldoon, Vuk Jeremić, Murat Zyazikov, and Nika Gilauri. After him are Bob Riley, Jonas Sjöstedt, Ed Markey, Margaret Woodrow Wilson, Caesar Rodney, and Stéphane Le Foll.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1968, Vicente Ehate Tomi ranks 433Before him are Chris Boardman, Conrad Vernon, Antonio Rossi, Vlado Šola, Eddie Griffin, and Tomas Svensson. After him are Lina Cheryazova, Paula Cole, Shoichi Funaki, Michael Bartels, Fatou Diome, and Hisashi Kurosaki.

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In Equatorial Guinea

Among people born in Equatorial Guinea, Vicente Ehate Tomi ranks 5 out of 6Before him are Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo (1942), Francisco Macías Nguema (1924), Ignacio Milam Tang (1940), and Eric Moussambani (1978). After him are Miguel Abia Biteo Boricó (1961).

Among POLITICIANS In Equatorial Guinea

Among politicians born in Equatorial Guinea, Vicente Ehate Tomi ranks 5Before him are Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo (1942), Francisco Macías Nguema (1924), Ignacio Milam Tang (1940), and Eric Moussambani (1978). After him are Miguel Abia Biteo Boricó (1961).