Former PM Pahimi Padacké named Chad’s Prime Minister by military council

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FRANCE - FEBRUARY 22: Press conference of Albert Pahimi Padacke, Tchadian Minister of Justice, Hissein Brahim Faha, Tchadian Ambassador to France, and Ahmad Allam-Mi, Tchadian Minister of Foreign Affairs, at the CAPE(Centre For Foreign Press) in Paris, France on February 22nd, (Photo by Thomas SAMSON/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

Pahimi Padacké Albert has been appointed as the new Prime Minister of Chad.

The announcement was made by the head of the transitional government in a decree read on Monday by the spokesperson for the transitional military council, CMT.

FRANCE – FEBRUARY 22: Press conference of Albert Pahimi Padacke, Tchadian Minister of Justice, Hissein Brahim Faha, Tchadian Ambassador to France, and Ahmad Allam-Mi, Tchadian Minister of Foreign Affairs, at the CAPE(Centre For Foreign Press) in Paris, France on February 22nd, (Photo by Thomas SAMSON/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

Padacké, 54, came in second in the April 11 election, and previously served as the country’s Prime Minister from the year 2016-2018. He had been appointed by Former Chad’s President Idriss Deby.

In a decree signed by the Country’s head General Mahamat Kaka, the president of the national transition commission also appointed Mr. Idriss Youssouf Boy as his private secretary.

 

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