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FRED SWANIKER-PASSIONATE SERIAL ENTREPRENEUR AND LEADERSHIP EXPERT

Fred Swaniker is a Ghanaian entrepreneur and education advocate who has made significant contributions to the field of education in Africa. Born in Ghana in 1976, Swaniker has dedicated his career to addressing the challenges of leadership development and education on the continent. His innovative ideas have garnered widespread recognition for their impact in shaping …

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ELLEN JOHNSON SIRLEAF- AFRICA’S FIRST FEMALE HEAD OF STATE AND A TRANSFORMATIVE LEADER

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, born on October 29, 1938, in Monrovia, Liberia, is a towering figure in African politics and a force for  transformative leadership. As the first elected female head of state in Africa, serving as the President of Liberia from 2006 to 2018, her leadership journey is marked by resilience, dedication to democracy, and …

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VICTOIRE TOMEGAH DOGBÉ-TOGO’S FIRST FEMALE PRIME MINISTER

Victoire  Tomegah Dogbé is a Togolese politician who has held the position of Prime Minister of Togo since 2020. She is a notable figure in Togolese politics, not only as the first woman to serve as Prime Minister but also due to her extensive experience in government and various leadership roles. Victoire Dogbé was born …

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PROSCOVIA ALENGOT OROMAIT-UGANDA’S FIRST EVER YOUNGEST MEMEBR OF PARLIAMENT

Proscovia Alengot Oromait is a Ugandan politician who gained widespread recognition for becoming the youngest member of parliament in Uganda and Africa at the age of 19. Her historic election took place in 2011 when she won the Usuk County parliamentary seat in Katakwi District, representing the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party. Her election …

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