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Mafory Bangoura, or Hadja Aissatou Mafory Bangoura (born circa 1910, died 1976 in Bucharest) was an activist for an independent Guinea, and post-independence a politician holding the post of Minister for Social Affairs in the 1970s. Known as the 'Women's President of Guinea', her portrait featured on the one syli banknote, issued in 1981.
Guinean activist and politician (1910—1976)
|Minister for Social Affairs|
|Appointed by||Ahmed Sékou Touré|
|Parliamentary group||Democratic Party of Guinea|