These Are The Top Ten (10) Most Educated Presidents In Africa

These Are The Top Ten (10) Most Educated Presidents In Africa
Most Educated Presidents In Africa

MOST EDUCATED PRESIDENTS IN AFRICA – Education whether formal or informal is vital to for every individual but more essential when the person is in a leadership position.

Performance is more likely to be high if a leader is educated since it will enable he/she to make rational decision that will yield positive results.
Its therefor very important for head of states of a nation to have some level of eduction.

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Whiles some African heads of state lack even high school certificate others have achieved higher education and its reflecting on their governance in their respective states.Education and a passion to serve the nation make great leaders.

When it comes to education, the example set by these educated presidents in Africa is definitely worth emulation.

Ghpage.com looks at the 10 most educated presidents in Africa

10) Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (Liberia)

Education: Master of Public Administration (M.P.Adm.), Bachelor of Economics (BEc), Associate Degree in Accounting (A.A.)

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is the President of Liberia. She studied at the College of West Africa and the Madison Business College.

She joined the Economics Institute in Boulder, Colorado, in 1970. She has a Masters degree in Public Administration.

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

9) Faure Gnassingbe (Togo)

Education: Master of Business Administration (M.B.A), Bachelor of Business (B.B.A)

Faure Gnassingbe completed his secondary education at Lome. He earned a degree in financial business management at Paris and an MBA at The George Washington University in the USA.

Faure Gnassingbe

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