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African Presidents and Their Ages; The major Reason Behind Africa’s Backwardness

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One may wonder why Africa has remained under developed over a long period of time. Well, the truth is not far hidden. One of the major problems of Africa is that we are stuck with leaders whose crave for power can never be matched anywhere in the world, not just leaders, but old leaders who cannot efficiently use their mobile phones, nor know what is happening in the world of technology, leaders who have 20th century mentality.

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Below is a list of some African presidents, ages and how long they have stayed in office;

NAME

AGE

Robert Mugabe

(Zimbabwe)

29 years in Office

92

Beji Caid Essebsi

(Tunisia)

2 years in Office

90

Paul Biya

(Cameroon)

34 years in Office

83

Abselaziz Bouteflika

(Algeria)

17 years in Office

79

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

(Liberia)

11 years in Office

78

Alpha Conde

(Guinea)

6 years in Office

78

Peter Mutharika

(Malawi)

2 years in Office

77

Hage Geingob

(Namibia)

1 year in Office

75

Teodoro Obiag Mbasogo

(Equatorial Guinea)

37 years in Office

74

Jose Edwardo Dos Santos

(Angola)

37 years in Office

74

Alassane Ouattara

(Cote d’ivoire)

6 years in Office

75

Jacob G, Zuma

(South Africa)

6 years in Office

74

Muhammadu Buhari

(Nigeria)

1 year in Office

74

Akufo Addo

(Ghana)

Less than a year in Office

72

Yoweri Museveni

(Uganda)

31 years in Office

72

Pakalitha Mosisili

(Lesotho)

2 years in Office

71

Omar al-Bashir

(Sudan)

23 years in Office

73

Ibrahim Boubacar Keita

(Mali)

3 years in Office

72

Ismail Omar Guellah

(Djibouti)

17 years in Office

70

Isaias Afwerki

(Eritrea)

23 years in Office

71

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