Cyrille Adoula

Cyrille Adoula (13 September 1921 – 24 May 1978) was a Congolese trade unionist and politician. He was the prime minister of the Republic of the Congo, from 2 August 1961 until 30 June 1964.

Cyrille Adoula
Adoula in 1963
4th Prime Minister of Congo-Léopoldville
In office
2 August 1961  30 June 1964
PresidentJoseph Kasa-Vubu
DeputyJason Sendwe
Antoine Gizenga
Jean Bolikango
Christophe Gbenye
Joseph Kasongo
Preceded byJoseph Iléo
Succeeded byMoise Tshombe
Personal details
Born13 September 1921
Léopoldville, Belgian Congo
(Now Kinshasa, Congo-Kinshasa)
Died24 May 1978(1978-05-24) (aged 56)
Lausanne, Switzerland
Political partyMouvement National Congolais (1958–1959)
Mouvement National Congolais-Kalonji (1959–1964)
Rassemblement des démocrates congolaise (1964)

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