Luc Ayang born 1947, is a Cameroonian politician who served as Prime Minister from 1983 to 1984. He is currently the President of the Economic and Social Council.
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In March 1975, Ayang was appointed to a post in the Secretariat-General of the Presidency, as Head of the Service of Legislation and Regulation in the Division of Administrative and Legal Affairs. He was then named First Deputy Prefect of Ngaoundéré in September 1976, before entering the government as Minister of Livestock, Fisheries and Animal Industries on 2 May 1978. After five years in that position, he became Prime Minister of Cameroon, on an interim basis, under President Paul Biya, serving from 22 August 1983 to 25 January 1984, when the post of Prime Minister was eliminated through a constitutional amendment.
Since 1984, Ayang has been the President of the Economic and Social Council. He is also a member of the Political Bureau of the ruling Cameroon People's Democratic Movement. During the campaign for the 2004 presidential election, Ayang was a vice-president of the support and follow-up committee of Biya's election campaign in the Far North Province.
(At a Glance)
Interests: Politique, Sport, Economie, Art
Place of Origin: Cameroon
Ayang was born in Doukoula, in Karhay District of Mayo-Danaï Department
in Far North Province
, and he graduated from the University of Yaounde
with a degree in law and economics in 1972.
He is married with three children.