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Andrew Juxon-Smith

Andrew Juxon-Smith

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ANDREW JUXON-SMITH

Brigadier Andrew Terence Juxon-Smith was a Creole politician and military officer in Sierra Leone. He was born on November 30, 1931, and played a significant role in the country's history as the Chairman of the National Reformation Council and acting Governor-General between March 27, 1967, and April 18, 1968. In addition, he served as Sierra Leone's Minister of Finance. Juxon-Smith's time in power ended when he and the Council were overthrown in April 1968 by a group of lower-ranking military officers led by John Amadu Bangura, which restored parliamentary rule under Siaka Stevens. After leaving Sierra Leone, Juxon-Smith moved to the United States and died in Stapleton, New York, in 1996. His life is portrayed in the short documentary "A Forgotten Past," directed by Andreas Hadjipateras in 2018.


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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Juxon-Smith

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