Saturday, March 11, 2017

Meet Africa's Most Educated Presidents

  Xpresstz       Saturday, March 11, 2017
Meet Africa's Most Educated PresidentsThey don't simply use political power alone, they are an expert in various fields of learning and the quote "perusers are pioneers" is showed in them.

They don't simply employ political power alone, they are an expert in various fields of information and the quote "perusers are pioneers" is showed in them.

They are positioned base on their scholastic capabilities.

1. King Mohammed VI (Morocco)

Here's the first on the log; Mohammed VI-the King of Morocco. He succeeded his dad as the lord in 1999.

He finished his essential and optional learns at the Royal College.

Later on he achieved his Baccalaureate in 1981 and went ahead to pick up a four year certification in law at the Mohammed V University at Agdal. He got his first Certificat d'études Supérieures (CES) in political sciences and furthermore got a Diplôme d'études Approfondies (DEA) in broad daylight law.

He earned his PhD in law from the French University of Nice Sophia Antipolis. Astounding right?

2. Dr Peter Mutharika (Malawi)

Meet Dr. Diminish Mutharika the President of Malawi. He earned his law degree at the University of London and went ahead to get his LL.M and Doctor of the Science of Law degrees from Yale University. He is a specialist on universal financial law and similar sacred law.

3. Alassane Quattara (Cote d' Ivoire)

Alassane Dramane Ouattara has been the President of Côte d'Ivoire since 2010. Quattara graduated with a BSc degree from the Drexel Institute of Technology, which is currently called Drexel University, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He later got both his graduate degree in financial matters and PhD in financial aspects from the University of Pennsylvania, United States. He was re-chosen for a moment five year term a year ago

4. Dr Mulatu Teshome (Ethiopia)

Fourth on the outline is Dr. Malatu Teshome. He has been the President of Ethiopia since 7 October 2013 after he was chosen by a consistent parliamentary vote. Teshome procured his training in far away China. He earned a four year certification in logic of political economy and a doctorate in worldwide law at the Peking University.

5. Dr Ameenah Gurib (Mauritius)

She is Dr. Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, the main lady to be chosen as President in Mauritius. She accepted office in 2015 as the sixth leader of Mauritius.

In the wake of finishing her essential tutoring at Saint-Patrice she moved to Mahébourg Loreto Convent.

She completed her Higher School Certificate at Loreto Convent Quatre Bornes. Later she moved to England and moved on from the University of Surrey in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science in science. She got her PhD in natural science at Exeter University.

6. Ibrahim Boubacar Keita (Mali)

From Mauritius we are touching down in Mali where the 6th pioneer, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita is the president. Keita has been Mali's leader since 4 September 2013.

The president gloats of Master of Political Science (M.S.), Master's degree ever (M.A.) from Lycée Janson-de-Sailly in Paris, the Lycée Askia-Mohamed in Bamako.

He has an extra graduate degree in Political Science and International Law from the University of Dakar, and the Institut d'Histoire des Relations Internationales Contemporaines separately.

7. Robert Mugabe (Zimbabwe)

Furthermore, here comes the seventh on the log-Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe's President.

He is ostensibly one of world's heartless pioneers. Be that as it may, learn to expect the unexpected. He is likewise a scholastic wizard.

Here is a rundown of his capabilities: Master of Laws (LL.M.), Master of Science (M.Sc), Bachelor of Laws (LL.B), Bachelor of Science (B.Sc), Bachelor of Education (B.Ed), Bachelor of Administration (B.A.A), Bachelor of Arts (B.A.).

8. Faure Gnassingbe (Togo)
Eighth on the diagram is Faure Gnassingbe of Togo. He has been president since May 2005 and the child of Togo previous president, Gnassingbe Eyadema

Gnassingbe finished his auxiliary instruction at Lome before proceeding onward to sack a degree in budgetary business administration at Paris and a MBA at The George Washington University in the USA. Instruction : Master of Business Administration (M.B.A), Bachelor of Business (B.B.A)

9. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (Liberia)

On last spot is Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the President of Liberia. She is the primary female chose head of states in Africa and was chosen as the 24th president in 2006. She was re-chosen in 2011.

The female President learned at the College of West Africa and the Madison Business College and later joined the Economics Institute in Boulder, Colorado, in 1970.

Summarily, she has Masters degree in Public Administration, Master of Public Administration (M.P.Adm.), Bachelor of Economics (BEc), Associate Degree in Accounting (A.A.).

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