Conde (surname)

Conde (surname)

Conde, Condeh or Kondeh is a common surname among the Mandinka people of West Africa, and may refer to:

  • Alpha Conde, Guinean politician
  • Ibrahim Jaffa Condeh, Sierra Leonean journalist and president of the Sierra Leone journalist association
  • Mamady Conde, Former Guinean foreign minister
  • Sona Tata Condé, Guinean musician

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