Alamin Mohammed Seid

Alamin Mohammed Seid
1st Minister of Information & Culture of Eritrea
In office
Succeeded by Beraki Ghebreselassie
Personal details
Born Massawa, Eritrea
Political party PFDJ

Alamin Mohammed Seid was born in Massawa, Eritrea.

Alamin was involved in the Eritrean War of Independence since 1964 when he joined the Eritrean Liberation Front. He later joined what would become the Eritrean People's Liberation Front (EPLF) in 1970. During the War of Independence he was the head of the EPLF's foreign relations department.

Alamin also served briefly as the Minister of Information and Culture. He and Isaias Afewerki were the only two members of the EPLF Executive Committee to be as part of the People's Front for Democracy and Justice's Executive Council at the Third Congress.[1] At this Congress he was elected to the Secretary position, where he serves today.


  1. Killion, Tom (1998). Historical Dictionary of Eritrea. The Scarecrow Press. ISBN 0-8108-3437-5.

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