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Ahmed Sékou Touré (1922-1984) was the first president of Guinea from 1958-1984.
Before his presidency, he was a prominent union leader and founded the Rassemblement Démocratique Africain party.
While he initially pursued a socialist agenda, he became very dictatorial towards the end of his career, and thousands of Guineans fled the country during his rule.
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