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Needless to say we have had several leaders in our various Africa’s states such as Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda, Liberia among other 53 countries.
Tell us your country’s favorite pass leader, your rate and what you admire

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From Nigeria I rate Chukwuemeka Ojukwu 90% being the old eastern Nigeria governor.
What I admire is his other’s centeredness.

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I am From Uganda. Janet Museveni, She is State Minister for Karamoja Affairs.
I gave her 70% what I admire is her attention to the poor which lead her to found Women's Effort to Save Orphans (UWESO), a private relief agency in late 1986.
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Mandela, for his tenacity, focus and sense of direction. Rate 100%

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From Nigeria I rate Chukwuemeka Ojukwu 90% being the old eastern Nigeria governor.
What I admire is his other’s centeredness.


He died 18 days after this post in London.
May his soul rest in peace.

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From Nigeria I rate Chukwuemeka Ojukwu 90% being the old eastern Nigeria governor.
What I admire is his other’s centeredness.



He died 18 days after this post in London.
May his soul rest in peace.



I heard this news, may his soul rest in perfect peace.
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Kenya. I would say Peter Kenneth, I like his type of leadership

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Imagine, I can't name a single African leader that I admire. But they say Joyce Banda is doing very well for her country. Perhaps Africa needs more women leaders.
one day soon, I will tell you why I get up every morning or afternoon, and why I am here.

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I think so as well Africa needs more women leaders, men have failed and still failing.

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so let's put them in the office...
one day soon, I will tell you why I get up every morning or afternoon, and why I am here.

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I don't think is gender issue, who is bad is bad, who is good is good.


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Imagine, I can't name a single African leader that I admire....
Is that you don't know any (because it has been long you left Africa's continent) or because no one merit your admiration?

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Imagine, I can't name a single African leader that I admire....
Is that you don't know any (because it has been long you left Africa's continent) or because no one merit your admiration?

Perhaps I am struggling with identifying the qualities of good leadership among our African leaders on our beloved continent.
one day soon, I will tell you why I get up every morning or afternoon, and why I am here.

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I don't think is gender issue, who is bad is bad, who is good is good.



However, there is a hypothesis that women are generally better leaders than men. Would be interesting to see how that is reflected in Africa.
one day soon, I will tell you why I get up every morning or afternoon, and why I am here.

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Imagine, I can't name a single African leader that I admire....
Is that you don't know any (because it has been long you left Africa's continent) or because no one merit your admiration?

Perhaps I am struggling with identifying the qualities of good leadership among our African leaders on our beloved continent.
May be you don't know them, can you write in your opinion qualities of good leaders, I will attempt to idenify that Leader in Africa for you (No guarantee though)

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One of the most important aspects of Reconstruction was the active participation of African Americans including thousands of former slaves in the political, economic and social life of the South.

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My vote is for john mahama.. he has great personalty.. i read much about him.. for his latest news and also for latest ghana new i visit www.ghanalive.tv/euro-news

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One of the most important aspects of Reconstruction was the active participation of African Americans including thousands of former slaves in the political, economic and social life of the South.

"Thousands of former slaves" does such thing still exist? why using the word former slaves?

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