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.
Mamady Doumbouya Ordered Any Political Institution In Guinea Not a State Actor To Be Mamady Doumbouya Ordered Any Political Institution In Guinea Not a State Actor To Be Closed Down
Mamady Doumbouya today ordered that any foreign political institution in Guinea that is not a state actor should be closed down. The Guinean head of state was responding to some allegations that ivorian dissidents have opened up illegal offices in Guinea's capital in bid to stop president ouattara.
10. Macky Sall- Senegal 12 years He was elected prime minister in April 2004 before becoming the president in April 2012. 9. Alassane Ouattara- Côte d'Ivoire, 13 years Before becoming president, he was prime minister from November 1990 to December 1993. He was elected president in December 2010 to date.