Jean-Jacques Bouya

Jean-Jacques Bouya

Minister for Spatial Planning and Delegate-General for Major Public Works, Republic of the Congo

Born on May 24, 1962 in Mouembé in the Cuvette region, Jean-Jacques Bouya is a pilot by training. A sitting member of Parliament since July 2012, Jean-Jacques Bouya has been Minister at the Presidency for Spatial Planning and Delegate-General for Major Public Works, since September 25, 2012. From 1997 to 2003, he was Transportation Advisor to President Sassou N’Guesso, and in 2003 was named Delegate General for Major Public Works. In June 2009, Jean-Jacques Bouya joined President Sassou N’Guesso’s campaign for the 2009 presidential election. On October 7, 2011 Jean-Jacques Bouya was elected as one of the 51 party executives of the PCT. During the July 2012 parliamentary election, Jean-Jacques Bouya was elected to the National Assembly as the PCT candidate in the district of Tchikapika, located in the Cuvette region.

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