Koffi Sama

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Koffi Sama (* 1944 in Amoutchou , Ogou ) was Prime Minister of Togo from 2002 to 2005 .

After completing his school education, Sama went to France in 1966 , where he began studying veterinary medicine at the École Nationale Vétérinaire in Toulouse . After completing his doctorate, he returned to Togo in 1972.

Sama worked in various administrative functions. Among other things, he was head of the national authority for slaughterhouses and cold stores (ONAF). In 1981 he was appointed Minister for Youth, Sport and Culture by President Gnassingbé Eyadéma . He held this office until 1984.

From 1990 to 1996 he was director of the Togolese cotton company SOTOCO. Further duties in the cabinet followed as Minister of Health and Minister of Education and Research. He was also elected to the National Assembly in 1999.

On June 29, 2002 he replaced Agbeyome Kodjo in the office of the Togolese Prime Minister.