Mamady Youla

Mamady Youla
Prime Minister of Guinea
Assumed office
29 December 2015
President Alpha Condé
Preceded by Mohamed Said Fofana
Personal details
Born 1961 (age 5455)
Conakry, Guinea
Political party Independent
Alma mater Félix Houphouët-Boigny

Mamady Youla (born 1961) is a Guinean businessman and politician who has been the Prime Minister of Guinea since 2015.

Youla was managing director of Guinea Alumina Corporation, a mining company and subsidiary of a company based in the United Arab Emirates, from 2004 to 2015.[1] After President Alpha Condé won a second term in the October 2015 presidential election, he appointed Youla as Prime Minister on 26 December 2015.[1][2] He took office on 29 December 2015.[3] The government touted Youla's business experience, saying that Youla's appointment reflected Condé's focus on promoting employment and boosting the private sector.[1]


Political offices
Preceded by
Mohamed Said Fofana
Prime Minister of Guinea
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