Welcome to Displore and thanks for watching, In this video we shall be taking a look at the Top 10 Most Educated African presidnts . The leaders of a nation play a great role in deciding the future of the nation and are responsible for the nation’s progress. A nation can progress only through decisions of learned and educated leaders. Many nations fail because they have leaders with less knowledge and intellect to make the right decisions for the country. Intelligence and education are indispensable components of good leadership. According to plato one of the ancient philosophers, it is believed that a learned leader stands a better chance of doing well more than his educated counterpart. Although African countries are rated as under developed countries with sometimes less than general average litracy level, we see a lot of the most highly educated leaders coming from Africa. Over the years Africa has had some of the most educated presidents in the world and here are the current onesBut before you dive into the countdown if you are new here welcome, be sure to subscribe and turn on notification so you don’t miss any of our videos. Here are the top 10 most educated African presidents in 2019.10. Paul biya – President of CameroonPaul Biya is the second president of the Republic of Cameroon haven’t assumed office since 1982 and for more than 36 years he has been at the helm of the country. He was born in Mvomeka'a a small village in the South Region of Cameroon. He studied at the Lycée General Leclerc in Yaoundé where he obtained a baccalaureat, and in France at the Lycée Louis-le-Grand, Paris, going on to the Institut des hautes études d'Outre-Mer, where he graduated in 1961 with a Higher Education Diploma in Public Law. He is currently one of the most educated presidents in Africa as well as the second longest serving president in Africa.9. Jorge Carlos Fonseca – President of cape VerdeJorge Carlos Fonseca is a Cape Verdean politician, lawyer and university professor who has been President of Cape Verde since 2011. He served as Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1991 to 1993. Supported by the Movement for Democracy, he won the 2011 presidential election in a second round of voting. Jorge Fonseca completed primary and secondary education between Praia and Mindelo, and later, his higher education in Lisbon, Portugal. He has a Bachelor degree in Law from the university of Lisbon in Portugal and a Masters Degree in Legal Sciences Faculty of Law, from the same university making his one of the most Educated current African Presidents8. Hage Geingob – President of NamibiaHage Gottfried Geingob is the third and current President of Namibia,he has been in office since 21 March 2015. Geingob was the first Prime Minister of Namibia from 21 March 1990 to 28 August 2002, and served as Prime Minister again from 4 December 2012 to 21 March 2015. He received his early education at Otavi in South-West Africa under the Bantu Education System. He joined the Augustineum, where most of today’s prominent political leaders of Namibia were educated. President Geingob has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Fordham University, New York and aMaster of Arts in International Relations from Graduate Faculty of The New School, New York.7. George weah – President of Liberia George Manneh Oppong Weah is a former professional footballer currently serving as the 25th President of Liberia haven taken office since 2018. Prior to his election to the presidency, Weah served as Senator for Montserrado County. During his football career, he played as a striker and is the first and only African player to win the FiFA ballon dor. Weah attended Muslim congress and High School at Wells Hairston High school, He has BA in Sports Management from parkwood university in London. George weah also has a Degree in Business Administration from Devry university Miami and a Masters degree in management from Kellers graduate school of management putting him on the list of the most educated presidents in Africa.6. Faure Essozimna Gnassingbe – President of TogoFaure Essozimna Gnassingbé has been the President of Togo since 2005.