Philémon Yang

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Philémon Yang
Philemon Yang, Prime Minister of Cameroon in London, 21 June 2010. (4720521915) cropped.jpg
Prime Minister of Cameroon
In office
30 June 2009 – 4 January 2019
PresidentPaul Biya
Preceded byEphraïm Inoni
Succeeded byJoseph Ngute
Personal details
Born (1947-06-14) 14 June 1947 (age 72)
Jikejem-Oku, British Cameroons
(now Cameroon)
Political partyPeople's Democratic Movement
Alma materUniversity of Yaoundé

Philémon Yang (born 1947) is a Cameroonian politician. He was elected Prime Minister of Cameroon in 2009. He left the office in January 2019. His predecessor was Ephraïm Inoni.[1][2] Before he was Prime Minister, Yang was an ambassador to Canada.

References[change | change source]

  1. Profile at Cameroonian government website (French).
  2. "Fiche sur les nouveaux minitres [sic] (2)", Cameroon Tribune, December 10, 2004 (French).