Albin Nyamoya

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Albin Nyamoya (27 July 1924 – 31 January 2001) was the Prime Minister of Burundi from 6 April 1964 — 7 January 1965 and again from 14 July 1972— 5 June 1973.

Nyamoya, an ethnic Tutsi from Ngozi province, was a member of the Union for National Progress (UPRONA) party. He served as Interior Minister from 1963 to 1964. Albin Nyamoya died in January 2001 at Vyerwa, his home village shortly after the death of his wife Melania.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Pierre Ngendandumwe
Prime Minister of Burundi
1964–1965
Succeeded by
Pierre Ngendandumwe
Preceded by
Position re-created
Prime Minister of Burundi
1972–1973
Succeeded by
Édouard Nzambimana