Generally, literacy rate in Africa is still low compared to other continents. However, African governments are trying all they could to improve the condition. In fact, some countries in Africa have passed laws thereby making adult and childhood education compulsory to citizens.
However, despite low literacy rate in the continent, there are a good number of people in Africa who are highly educated more especially the presidents. Thus in this article, allow me to present to you highly educated presidents in Africa.
1. King Mohammed IV (Morocco)
Academic Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in law, Mohammed V University at Agdal. Besides, he has PhD in law, French University of Nice Sophia Antipolis. He also boasts certificate in political science.
2. Alassane Ouattara (Ivory Coast)
Academic Qualifications: Bachelor of science degree, Drexel university, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Master's degree in economics, University of Pennsylvania. In addition, he boasts a PhD in Economics, University of Pennsylvania.
3. Faure Essozimma Gnassingbe (Togo)
Academic Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in financial management, Sorbonne in Paris. Master's degree in Business Administration, The George Washington University, USA.
4. George Weah (Liberia)
Academic Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in arts, sports management, Parkwood university in London, UK. Degree in business administration, DeVry university Miami . master's degree in management, Keller's Graduate school of management.
5. Jorge Carlos de Almeida Fonseca (Cape Verde)
Academic Qualifications: Graduate in law, university of Lisbon Portugal. Masters in legal sciences faculty of law in of Lisbon Portugal.
6.Hage Geingob (Namibia)
Bachelor's degree in arts from Fordham university, New York. Master's degree in international relations from faculty of New School, New York.
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