Mame Gueye Diop
Mame Gueye Diop, also known as Yamame, is a political official in Cambérène (Dakar’s local government), a member of the APR party since 2008, and a candidate for the January 2022 municipal elections.
Yamame, a computer engineer and scientist, has over 10 years of experience at the General Directorate of Taxes and Domains (DGID); from 2021 to 2022, she was Director of IT and Information Systems at the Fonds de Garantie des Investissements Prioritaires (FONGIP).
Mame is one of the first young Senegalese leaders of the Program for Young Politicians in Africa (PYPA), and she is very interested in local development issues.
Her dedication has earned her various positions of authority. Former General Secretary of the UCAD Layenne Student Association; former president of the female youth of the COJER NATIONALE; former COJER NATIONALE communication officer; Secretary General of Farlu ci Diiné Ji/Layenne Community; President of ASC JAPPO; President of the female section of the ODCAV of Dakar; President of the Municipal Youth Council of Cambérène; Coordinator of the Republican Executives of Cambérène (CCR) Yamame was elected MP on the Benno Book Yaakaar (BBY) national list on July 31, 2022.
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