While some African countries have been lucky to have been governed by benevolent leaders who were interested solely in the genuine development of their countries — and respected constitutional term limits — other African countries have not been so fortunate with presidents who have ruled their respective countries as if it was their birthright…and usually without any serious development. Here, Face2Face Africa looks at presidents who have spent more than three decades in power.
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