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Badara Aliu Jouf, Vice President of Gambia passed away in India

Badara Aliu Jouf, Vice President of The Gambia has died at the age of 65. Let’s see how Jufe died and the cause of his death in detail.

How did Badara Aliu Juf die?

Vice President Badara Aliu Jufe of The Gambia died on January 18 in India, according to President Adama Barrow.

Barrow shared the sad news on Twitter, saying Jouff had died after a “short illness”.

“Fellow #Gambians, it is with a heavy heart that I announce the passing of my #VicePresident, His Excellency Badara Aliu Jouf.

The sad event happened in India after a short illness.

May Allah grant him Janakhtul Firdausi,” he said.

Who was Badara Aliu Jouf?

A Gambian politician and civil servant, Badara Aliu Jufe served as Vice President from 2022 until his death.

He previously held the position of Minister of Research, Science and Technology from 2017 to 2022.

Juffe attended Armitage High School and was educated to become a teacher at Yundum Teachers College.

He graduated from the University of Bristol with a BA in Education, the University of London with an MA in English Literature and the University of Bath with an MA in Development Economics.


A certified teacher, Jouf began his career teaching English at The Gambia College.

He later served as Head of the Department of Languages ​​and Literature at Nusrat High School. He was permanent secretary in the Ministry of Education. He became Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Local Government and Lands in 2002.

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Jouf served as the World Bank Liaison Officer in The Gambia. He helped Mariama Sar-Sisei, Minister of Higher Education, introduce a new education policy in The Gambia.

He also advised the Gambian tourism industry to “move away from routine tourism and become more proactive”.

He was project manager of the World Bank’s support for the Tango NGO Network, which had a budget of $220,000 and ran from 2010 to 2013, with the stated goal of “improving the effectiveness and accountability of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in delivering of basic services for disadvantaged people in member countries.’

To better understand the many challenges they face, Jouf traveled to various project sites in The Gambia in 2013 with representatives from the Ministry of Agriculture.

In 2014, he became an education specialist in Dakar, Senegal at the World Bank.

Juffe was appointed President Adama Barrow’s Minister of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology on 22 February 2017.

Badara Alieu Joof cause of death

Badara Alieu Joof cause of death was disease. He had not been seen in public for several months before he left The Gambia for medical treatment about three weeks ago.

Jouf previously worked as an education specialist for West and Central Africa for the World Bank and the Government of The Gambia.

Jouf served as the nation’s minister of education from 2017 to 2022, before being appointed the nation’s vice president that year.

Tribute to Badara Alieu Joof:

The US Embassy in Banjul tweeted,

The U.S. Embassy in Banjul extends its deepest condolences to the President of the Republic of The Gambia, Adama Barrow, the Juffe family, and the government and people of The Gambia on the passing of His Excellency, the Vice President of the Republic of The Gambia, Badara Aliu Jufe

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YTC tweeted,

May Badara Aliu Jouf rest in peace. We thank Mr. Juffe for visiting the TRNC on an official visit before his death. Our condolences to his family. We hope to see a strengthening of Gambian-Turkish Cypriot ties to honor his legacy.

Badget Pacoli tweeted,

My deepest condolences to #Gambia President @BarrowPresident, the people of The Gambia and the family of the Vice President of The Gambia Jouf who died of illness in India. My thoughts are with his family and the people of #Gambia.

Embassy of The Gambia in Washington, DC tweeted,

This morning on January 18, 2023, the Embassy lowered the national flag to half-mast in memory of the late Vice President of the Republic of The Gambia, His Excellency Aliu Jufe. Rest in peace.

Almameh S Manga tweeted,

I offer my heartfelt condolences to H.E. the President of the Republic of The Gambia and the entire people of The Gambia in connection with the passing of the Vice President H.E. Aliu Juf. May Allah grant him Jannah and all deceased souls. It is a sad day for the country.


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