Abdoulaye Sékou Sow

Abdoulaye Sékou Sow (1931 – 27 May 2013) was a Malian politician who served as Prime Minister of Mali from 12 April 1993 to 4 February 1994 under President Alpha Oumar Konaré.


Sow was director of the École Nationale d'Administration. He was a founding member of the Alliance for Democracy in Mali-African Party for Solidarity and Justice (ADEMA-Pasj). President Konaré appointed him as Minister of Defense and Prime Minister in 1993. He held this post from April 1993 to February 1994.

In 2008, he published "The State Democratic Republican: the problem of its construction in Mali", edited by Grandvaux raising controversy[1] in Mali in the management of revolts of 1993.

Sow died in Bamako on 27 May 2013.[2]


  1. ^ Les Echos (Bamako) 12 September 2008; Seydou Coulibaly, B. Daou, Me Abdoulaye Sekou Sow present his book: The Awakening twilight of a former Prime Minister, The Republican, 8 September 2008
  2. ^ APA (28 May 2013). "Mali's ex-Premier Sekou Sow dies". Star Africa. Archived from the original on 11 November 2013. Retrieved 28 May 2013.
Political offices
Preceded by
Younoussi Touré
Prime Minister of Mali
1993 – 1994
Succeeded by
Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta