Presidents the world over are often regarded as highly educated men and women who are committed to using their credentials to develop their nations. However, several African leaders have challenged the status quo by proving that a higher education is not required to become president. The question of how well they have led the political regime of their respective states remains to be answered, but for now, let’s take a closer look at the lives of these men who stood against all odds to keep their dreams alive – even if it meant not having an appreciable amount of college education.
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