Leadership they say is service.However, this has arguably not been the case in Africa where leaders are served by those they are meant to serve.
1.Lansana Conte, president of Guinea (2008) Lansana Conté was the second President of Guinea, serving from 3 April 1984 until his death in December 2008.He was a Muslim and a member of the Susu ethnic group.
Adamu Garba, One of the Northern prominent leader blows hot after the Yoruba Activist and human right fighter Sunday Igboho declared the Oodua Nation yesterday.
It has been reported recently that the leader of the indigenous people of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu has finally breaks silence following the declaration of the flag government by another influential person from the Niger Delta region.
Africa is a patriarch continent.Hardly can any woman become a president.Out of many presidents that the continent have produced only nine women have been president.But the stage is set for the continent to produce its 10th female president.
Photos Of 10 African Leaders That Died In Office And What Killed Them Before Magufuli Died Yesterday
It is no longer news that Tanzanian President, John Magufuli died in office late last night while serving the good people of Tanzania.He died of heart related disease at the age of 61.Before his death, he had been unavoidably absent from public sight.
First and foremost, it will be wrong to conclude that all nations in the continent (Africa) operate under democracy; rather, some operate under monarchy (where the leader is referred to as a King, and yet, rules the whole nation just like a President) and several other systems. Of course, the
The president of Tanzania was reportedly dead yesterday and today, he has been replaced.He was replaced by a woman.
Two days ago, the President of Tanzania, John Pombe Magufuli was confirmed dead at the age of 61.John served for six years before his death.
Tanzanians mourn the death of President John Magufuli, who died at a hospital in Dar es Salaam.He is the fifth president of Tanzania.e succeeds Kikwete who has ruled the country for 10 years - two terms in office.1.
The incumbent vice president of United Republic of Tanzania, Samia suluhu Hassan, will assumed office as the president of Tanzania to complete the remaining 5 five years tenure that is left for Late President John Magufuli.
The people of Tanzania and the world mourns the departure of president John Magufuli ,who died on the 17th of February at the age of 61 .He became the president of Tanzania on November 5,2015 .
Tanzanian's president John Magufuli, one of africa's most prominent coronavirus sceptics has died at the age of 61 John Magufuli, Tanzanian's firebrand president who dismissed the severity of the coronavirus pandemic and urged voters to gather in churches and mosques to protect themselves against it, has died, leaving behind a mixed
Samia Hassan Suluhu has become new and first female president of Tanzania following the demise of the the former president, John Magufuli who died of heart failure on Wednesday 17 March, 2021.
No one will ever agree with me that he or she is aware that President John Magufuli will be dead today.The great President of Tanzania allegedly died of coronavirus and it resulted to a uplift for Hassan Suluhu, who was previously the Vice President.
John Magufuli was the fifth president of Tanzania since its independence in 1961.He was elected president for the first time in October 2015, with 58% of the vote and succeeded Jakaya Kikwete - enjoying a high approval rating.
After ihejirika comments, Senator Orji Uzor Kalu appreciated him for joining the ruling party and he went further to say that he finds the visitation worthy and a honorary one as that.
One of the trending topics on the internet space is the tragic death of President John Magufuli, the President of Tanzania.
Samia Hassan Suluhu (born 27 January 1960) is a Tanzanian CCM politician and the designated President of Tanzania, due to be sworn into office following the death of president John Magufuli on 17 March 2021.
A popular saying goes thus, 'it is not the years in your life that matters, but the life in your years."This saying is true about the Tanzanian president that just died.