|Net Worth:||$3 Million|
|Date of Birth:||December 11, 1961 (62 years old)|
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What is Macky Sall’s Net Worth?
Macky Sall is a Senegalese politician who has a net worth of $3 million. He is a politician from Senegal who has served as the country’s president since April 2012. In February 2019, he won reelection as president in the first round of voting.
From July 2004 to June 2007, Sall served as Senegal’s prime minister under President Abdoulaye Wade, and from June 2007 to November 2008 he served as the National Assembly’s president.
Macky Sall was born on 11 December 1961 in Fatick, Senegal to the family of Amadou Abdoul Sall. Sall’s father was a Socialist Party of Senegal (PS) supporter, but in Kaolack High School, Sall joined the Maoists with his brother-in-law’s assistance.
He was active in Landing Savané’s And-Jf Marxist-Leninist movement while attending the University of Dakar. Sall received his geological engineering training at the Institute of Earth Sciences (IST) of the University of Dakar and afterward at the National College of Petrol and Engines (ENSPM) of the French Institute of Petroleum (IFP) in Paris.
As a geologist and geological engineer, he belongs to numerous national and international organizations.
In 1998, he was appointed PDS National Secretary in charge of Mines and Industry and later served as Secretary-General of the PDS Regional Convention in Fatick. He participated extensively in the “Sopi” campaign, which helped Wade win the 2000 presidential election in Senegal.
On May 12, 2001, he was appointed Minister of Hydraulics, Mines, and Energy, taking Abdoulaye Bathily’s place who had been named Vice-President of the National Assembly. On November 6, 2002, Sall received a promotion to the position of Minister of State while keeping his current position.
On June 1, 2002, he consequently was elected mayor of Fatick. After removing his precursor, Idrissa Seck, as prime minister on July 21, 2004, President Wade selected Macky Sall as prime minister. Sall oversaw Wade’s re-election campaign in the presidential election of February 2007 which Wade won after securing numerous votes in the first round.
Sall offered his resignation on April 10 after Wade was sworn in, and he was promptly appointed again with the same cabinet. On June 20, 2007, Sall earned 143 votes from the 146 present deputies but was not chosen as the President of the National Assembly.
Later in 2007, Sall asked Wade’s son Karim, the head of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) National Agency, to testify before the National Assembly about building sites in Dakar for the OIC Summit scheduled to take place there in March 2008. This sparked a fight between Sall and Wade.
The National Assembly agreed on October 13 to shorten the President of the National Assembly’s term to one year, and President Wade approved this on October 21. On November 9, 2008, the National Assembly voted to remove Sall as President of the National Assembly, despite Sall’s tenacious efforts to keep that office.
He got 111 votes in favor and 22 votes against his dismissal were cast. On November 16, 2008, Mamadou Seck was chosen to succeed Sall as the head of the National Assembly.
Mareme Faye Sall and Macky are wed. President Macky Sall has two sons; Ibrahima Sall and Amadou Sall, and one daughter; Ndeye Driss.
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