Africans have long been believed to have the highest rate of educational achievement decline, particularly among young people and senior people. Numerous African nations are using every tool at their disposal to increase literacy rates, including funding the education sector and enforcing program attendance requirements for both adults and children. The fact that there are more students who are literate and can write because of advancements in African education does not imply that more work has been done.
President of Tanzania, John Pombe Magufuli
The two specialties of President Magufuli are education and chemistry. Since being chosen as Tanzania's president in 2015, Dr. John Magufuli has earned the moniker "Tanzanian bulldozer." He brings a plethora of knowledge to the table as a former high school chemistry teacher in the United States with a Ph.D. in Chemistry.
From 2015 till his passing in 2021, John Pombe Joseph Magufuli presided as Tanzania's fifth president.
Dar es Salaam University's Master of Science in Chemistry
The Master of Chemistry program at Dar es Salaam University
The Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry program at Dar es Salaam University
Mohammed VI, king of Morocco
King Mohammed VI of Morocco is the richest monarch in the continent, according to Forbes. He received his elementary and secondary education from the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh, where he also completed his undergraduate studies in 1981. He received a law bachelor's degree from Mohammed V University in Agdal and a law doctorate from the University of Nice in France.
I obtained a Political Science diploma from the CES (Certificate of Advanced Studies).
The official name of the French degree is Diploma of Advanced Studies in Public Law, or "DEA" for short.
He graduated from Mohammed V University in Agdal with a bachelor's degree in law.
The French university of Nice offers a law PhD program. There is a location called Sophia Antipolis in France.
Benin's President Thomas Boni Yayi
Dr. Thomas Boni Yayi has been the president of Benin since April 6, 2006. He is another another educated politician from the African continent.
Qualifications pertaining to education:
Ph.D. in economics and political science.
A master of Economics, or M.Econ (M.Econ.)
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