Manguinak Joof appointed Ber Jak of Cayor equivalent of Prime Minister by his

Manguinak joof appointed ber jak of cayor equivalent

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Manguinak Joof, appointed Ber Jak of Cayor (equivalent of Prime Minister) by his first cousin Damel Amari Ngoneh Sobell Fall after he assisted him defeat the king of Jolof at the Battle of Danki (1549).[47]The Royal House of Boureh Gnilane Joof, the first royal house founded by the Joof family during the Guelowar period. Founded by Jaraff Boureh Gnilane Joof in the 14th century.[3]The Royal House of Jogo Siga Joof, the second royal house founded by the Joof family. Founded by Maad a Sinig Jogo Gnilane Joof c. 16th century. Unlike the other two royal houses, this royal house did not provide many kings.[3]The Royal House of Semou Njekeh Joof, the third and last royal house founded by the Joof family. This royal house was founded by Maad Semou Njekeh Joof in the 18th century.[3]Ismaïla Diouf, professor of mathematics at the Université Cheikh Anta Diop (Dakar, Sénégal)[48]Mamadou Diouf, Senegalese historian, professor at the University of MichiganArona N'doffène Diouf, professor at the University of North Carolina[49]Sylviane Diouf, historian and authorCheikh Diouf, historian and essayist[50]Marcel Mahawa Diouf, a Senegalese historian, theologian and author on Serer religion, traditions and history.[51]Babacar Sédikh Diouf, a Senegalese historian and author on Serer history[51][52]Moustapha Diouf, a Senegalese sociologist and professor at the University of Vermont [5]Ngalandou Diouf (1875–1941), Senegalese politician of the colonial era and parliamentarian of the French Chamber of DeputiesAbdou Diouf (born 1935), Senegalese politician, second president of Senegal and former Secretary-General of Francophonie.Coumba Ndoffène Diouf, Senegalese politician who held several cabinet posts. Former Foreign Minister of Senegal, Minister of Public Health and Social Affairs.[53][54]George St. Clair Joof (1907–1955), Gambian politician and barrister[55][56]Lucretia St. Clair Joof (1913–1982), Gambian politician and the first woman in the House of Representatives (the Gambia)[57]Diaraf Diouf (1925–2006), Senegalese politician and engineer, who held several ministerial posts before and after Senegal's independence.[58][59]Jacques Diouf, Senegalese politician Director-General of The Food and Agriculture Organization of the UnitedNations (FAO)Madior Diouf (born 1939) Senegalese politician and professor of literature at the Université Cheikh Anta Diop. Member and leader of the National Democratic Rally.[60]Mame Birame Souleymane Diouf (also Mame Biram Souleyman Diouf), Senegalese politician, economist andDeputy Mayor of Sokone (Senegal).[61]Ibra Diouf, member of The Pan-African ParliamentSome of these legal professionals have ventured into politics but they are more known for their legal than for their political occupation :Alhaji Bai Modi Joof (1933–1993) (Alhaji B.M. Joof), Gambian barrister, legal adviser to the Gambia Press Union and defender of free speech. Commonly known as Lawyer Joof (not to be confused with the younger Joseph Henry Joof, who is also known as Lawyer Joof), younger brother of Alhaji Alieu Ebrima Cham Joof.[62][63]Joseph Henry Joof (born 1960), Gambian barrister, attorney general and politician.[64][65]
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