Top 5 Uneducated African Presidents at the Moment


1] President Salva Kirr (South Sudan)
2] Mohamed Abdel Aziz (Mauritania)
3] Ismail Guelleh (Djibouti)
4] Omar Al Bashir (Sudan)
5] Muhammadu Buhari (Nigeria)

Muhammadu Buhari – Nigeria
  1. Muhammadu Buhari – Nigeria
    *Educational Qualification: Primary School.
    He attended primary school in Daura. His secondary school Certificate is believed to be forged and never exist, so still questionable till date.
Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir – SUDAN
  1. Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir – SUDAN
    *Edu. Qualification: Secondary School

Al-Bashir was born in Hosh Bannaga, just north of the capital, Khartoum to a family of Arab descent. He belongs to Al-Bedairyya Al-Dahmashyya, a Bedouin tribe belonging to the larger ja’alin coalition, an Arab tribe in middle north of Sudan, in the past a part of the Kingdom of Egypt and Sudan. He received his primary education there, and his family later moved to Khartoum where he completed his secondary education.

Ismaïl Omar Guelleh – Djibouti
  1. Ismaïl Omar Guelleh – Djibouti
    *Edu. Qualification: Secondary School
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Guelleh was born in Dire Dawa, Ethiopia, into the politically powerful Mamassan subclan of the Issa clan. When Guelleh was younger he attended a traditional Islamic school. In the late 1960s, Guelleh migrated to Djibouti before finishing high school. He later joined the police, becoming a junior non-commissioned officer. He entered the service in 1968.

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Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz – MAURITANIA
  1. Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz – MAURITANIA
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*Edu.Qualification: None (Military Training)
Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz was born in Akjoujt on 20 December 1956. He joined the Royal Military Academy of Meknes, Morocco in 1977 and, after a string of promotions, established the elite BASEP (Presidential Security Battalion). He played a key role in suppressing an attempted coup in June 2003 and a military uprising in August 2004.

Salva Kiir Mayardit
  1. Salva Kiir Mayardit
    *Edu. Qualification: None (Military Training)

Salva Kiir joined the military at a very tender age and is not known to have received any form of formal education making him number one on the list of least educated African Presidents after South Africa’s Jacob Zuma’s retirement. In the late 1960s, Kiir who was born in 1951 joined the Anyanya battalion in the First Sudanese Civil War. By the time of the 1972 Addis Ababa Agreement, he was a low-ranking officer.

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