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Bongo Ondimba, Ali, 1959-

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Personal name headingBongo Ondimba, Ali, 1959-
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Variant(s)Bongo, Ali Ben, 1959-
Bongo, Alain Bernard, 1959-
Bongo, Ali, 1959-
Bongo Ondimba, Ali Ben, 1959-
Ondimba, Ali Ben Bongo, 1959-
See alsoGabon. President (2009- : Bongo Ondimba)
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Associated countryGabon
Birth date1959-02-09
Place of birthBrazzaville (Congo)
AffiliationParti démocratique gabonais
Profession or occupationPresidents Politicians
Found inLettre à la jeunesse gabonaise, c2011: p. 9-10 (Ali Ben Bongo, son of Omar Bongo; succeeded his deceased father as president in 2009)
Daily Mail (U.K.) website, viewed Oct. 17, 2011: President Ali Bongo of poverty-stricken Gabon..., May 27, 2010 (Ali-Ben Bongo Ondimba; Ali-Ben Bongo)
African Success website, viewed Oct. 17, 2011 (Ali Ben BONGO; Ali Ben Bongo Ondimba, born Alain Bernard Bongo; b. Feb. 9, 1959; became Ali Ben Bongo when his father converted to Islam in 1973)
BBC News website, viewed Oct. 17, 2011: Ali Bongo: like father, like son?, Sep. 4, 2009 (Ali Ben Bongo Ondimba; Mr Bongo)
African American Studies Center, accessed April 25, 2015, via Oxford African American Studies Center database: (Bongo Ondimba, Ali; president, politician; born 09 February 1959 in Brazzaville, Congo; studied in France and in the United States; his father became president of Gabon (1967); joined his father's one-party government (1981) and the central committee of Parti Démocratique Gabonais (PDG) (1983); became minister of foreign affairs (1990), deputy from province of Haut-Ogooué, National Assembly (1990), minister of defense (1999), vice president of PDG party (2003); was elected president of Gabon (2009); built new roads, created new hospitals, built stadium for the African Cup of Nations soccer tournament (2012); brought a new era of good governance and prosperity to Gabon)
His Discours et allocutions d'Ali Bongo Ondimba, 2018: page 4 of cover (Président de la République, Chef de État gabonais, since 2009)
Wikipedia, Nov. 2, 2020 (Ali Bongo Ondimba. Ali Bongo Ondimba (born Alain Bernard Bongo; 9 February 1959), sometimes known as Ali Bongo, is a Gabonese politician who has been the third President of Gabon since October 2009; son of Omar Bongo, who was President of Gabon from 1967 until his death in 2009.)