List of State Leaders in 1963 - Africa

Africa

  • Algeria
    • Head of State -
      1. Ferhat Abbas, President of the National Constituent Assembly of Algeria (1962–1963)
      2. Ahmed Ben Bella, President of Algeria (1963–1965)
    • Prime Minister - Ahmed Ben Bella, Prime Minister of Algeria (1962–1963)
  • Burundi
    • Monarch - Mwambutsa IV Bangiriceng, King of Burundi (1915–1966)
    • Prime Minister -
      1. André Muhirwa, Prime Minister of Burundi (1961–1963)
      2. Pierre Ngendandumwe, Prime Minister of Burundi (1963–1964)
  • Cameroon
    • President - Ahmadou Ahidjo, President of Cameroon (1960–1982)
    • Prime Ministers-
      • East Cameroon - Charles Assalé, Prime Minister of East Cameroon (1960–1965)
      • West Cameroon - John Ngu Foncha, Prime Minister of West Cameroon (1959–1965)
  • Central African Republic
    • President - David Dacko, President of the Central African Republic (1960–1966)
  • Chad
    • President - François Tombalbaye, President of Chad (1960–1975)
    • Prime Minister - François Tombalbaye, Prime Minister of Chad (1959–1975)
  • Congo–Brazzaville (Republic of the Congo)
    • President -
      1. Fulbert Youlou, President of Congo (Brazzaville) (1960–1963)
      2. David Moussaka + Félix Mouzabakani, Officers in charge of the Provisional Government of Congo (Brazzaville) (1963)
      3. Alphonse Massemba-Débat, Chairman of the National Council of the Revolution of Congo (Brazzaville) (1963–1968)
    • Prime Minister -
      1. Alphonse Massemba-Débat, Prime Minister of Congo (Brazzaville) (1963)
      2. Pascal Lissouba, Prime Minister of Congo (Brazzaville) (1963–1966)
  • Congo–Léopoldville (Republic of the Congo)
    • Head of State - Joseph Kasa-Vubu, Head of State of Congo (Léopoldville) (1960–1965)
    • Prime Minister - Cyrille Adoula, Prime Minister of Congo (Léopoldville) (1961–1964)
    • Katanga (unrecognized secessionist state)
      • reintegrated into Congo (Léopoldville) in January 1963
      • President - Moise Tshombe, President of Katanga (1960–1963)
  • Dahomey
    • Head of State -
      1. Hubert Maga, President of Dahomey (1960–1963)
      2. Hubert Maga + Sourou-Migan Apithy + Justin Ahomadégbé-Tomêtin, Provisional Government of Dahomey (1963)
      3. Christophe Soglo, Head of the Provisional Government of Dahomey (1963–1964)
  • Ethiopia
    • Monarch - Haile Selassie I, Emperor of Ethiopia (1930–1974)
    • Prime Minister - Aklilu Habte-Wold, Prime Minister of Ethiopia (1961–1974)
  • Gabon
    • President - Léon M'ba, President of Gabon (1960–1964)
  • Ghana
    • President - Kwame Nkrumah, President of Ghana (1960–1966)
  • Guinea
    • President - Ahmed Sékou Touré, President of Guinea (1958–1984)
  • Ivory Coast
    • President - Félix Houphouët-Boigny, President of Ivory Coast (1960–1993)
  • Kenya
    • Kenya Colony gained independence on 12 December 1963
    • Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of Kenya (1963–1964)
    • Governor-General -
      1. Sir Eric Griffith-Jones, Acting Governor of Kenya (1962–1963)
      2. Malcolm John MacDonald, Governor of Kenya (1963), Governor-General of Kenya (1963–1964)
    • Prime Minister - Jomo Kenyatta, Prime Minister of Kenya (1963–1964)
  • Liberia
    • President - William Tubman, President of Liberia (1944–1971)
  • Libya
    • Monarch - Idris, King of Libya (1951–1969)
    • Prime Minister -
      1. Muhammad Osman Said, Prime Minister of Libya (1960–1963)
      2. Mohieddin Fikini, Prime Minister of Libya (1963–1964)
  • Malagasy Republic
    • President - Philibert Tsiranana, President of Malagasy Republic (1959–1972)
  • Mali
    • Head of State - Modibo Keïta, Chief of State of Mali (1960–1968)
    • Prime Minister - Modibo Keïta, Prime Minister of Mali (1959–1965)
  • Mauritania
    • President - Moktar Ould Daddah, President of Mauritania (1960–1978)
  • Morocco
    • Monarch - Hassan II, King of Morocco (1961–1999)
    • Prime Minister - Ahmed Bahnini, Prime Minister of Morocco (1963–1965)
  • Niger
    • President - Hamani Diori, President of Niger (1960–1974)
  • Nigeria
    • the Federation of Nigeria was superseded by the Federal Republic of Nigeria on 1 October 1963
    • Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of Nigeria (1960–1963)
    • Governor-General - Nnamdi Azikiwe, Governor-General of Nigeria (1960–1963)
    • President - Nnamdi Azikiwe, President of Nigeria (1963–1966)
    • Prime Minister - Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, Prime Minister of Nigeria (1957–1966)
  • Rwanda
    • President - Grégoire Kayibanda, President of Rwanda (1961–1973)
  • Senegal
    • President - Léopold Sédar Senghor, President of Senegal (1960–1980)
  • Sierra Leone
    • Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of Sierra Leone (1961–1971)
    • Governor-General - Sir Henry Josiah Lightfoot Boston, Governor-General of Sierra Leone (1962–1967)
    • Prime Minister - Sir Milton Margai, Prime Minister of Sierra Leone (1954–1964)
  • Somalia
    • President - Aden Abdullah Osman Daar, President of Somalia (1960–1967)
    • Prime Minister - Abdirashid Ali Shermarke, Prime Minister of Somalia (1960–1964)
  • South Africa
    • President - Charles Robberts Swart, State President of South Africa (1961–1967)
    • Prime Minister - Hendrik Verwoerd, Prime Minister of South Africa (1958–1966)
  • Sudan
    • President - Ibrahim Abboud, President of Sudan (1958–1964)
    • Prime Minister - Ibrahim Abboud, Prime Minister of Sudan (1958–1964)
  • Tanganyika
    • President - Julius Nyerere, President of Tanganyika (1962–1985)
  • Togo
    • President -
      1. Sylvanus Olympio, President of Togo (1960–1963)
      2. Emmanuel Bodjollé, Chairman of the Insurrection Committee of Togo (1963)
      3. Nicolas Grunitzky, President of Togo (1963–1967)
  • Tunisia
    • President - Habib Bourguiba, President of Tunisia (1957–1987)
  • Uganda
    • Uganda was superseded by the Republic of Uganda on 9 October 1963
    • Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of Uganda (1962–1963)
    • Governor-General - Sir Walter Coutts, Governor-General of Uganda (1961–1963)
    • President - Sir Edward Mutesa, President of Uganda (1963–1966)
    • Prime Minister - Milton Obote, Prime Minister of Uganda (1962–1966)
  • United Arab Republic (Egypt)
    • President - Gamal Abdel Nasser, President of the United Arab Republic (1954–1970)
    • Prime Minister - Ali Sabri, Prime Minister of the United Arab Republic (1962–1965)
  • Upper Volta
    • President - Maurice Yaméogo, President of Upper Volta (1959–1966)
  • Zanzibar
    • gained independence on 10 December 1963
    • British Resident - Sir Arthur Mooring, Resident in Zanzibar (1959–1963)
    • Monarch -
      1. Abdullah bin Khalifa, Sultan of Zanzibar (1960–1963)
      2. Jamshid bin Abdullah, Sultan of Zanzibar (1963–1964)
    • Prime Minister - Sheikh Muhammad Shamte Hamadi, Prime Minister of Zanzibar (1961–1964)

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