Femi Fani Kayode Blows Hot On African Democracy As 11 Men Rules For 347 Years

Femi Fani Kayode Blows Hot On African Democracy As 11 Men Rules For 347 Years

Nigerian former aviation minister, Femi Fani Kayode blows hot on African democracy as 11 men rule Africa for 347 years.

Femi in his tweet describes how Paul Kagame of Rwanda ruled for 23 years and who is going to compete for the next general election as president.

African democracy has left Paul Biya of Cameroon for 42 years as president. In Equatorial Guinea, the great leader, Teodoro Mbasogo ruled for 47 years without opposition, more to add to Dennis of Congo who constantly held Congo for 38 years, to the great nation of Eritrea, Isias Equatorial Afwerki has been president for 30 years. African leaders have partly left no room for opposition or other parties to thrive.

Furthermore, Yoweri Museveni of Uganda completed 37 years years of rule without disturbance, while Alhassan Ouattara of Ivory Coast expanded his rule to 13 years. More wonders about African democracy, Gnasssingbe Eyadema of Togo championed his leadership for 18 years, while his son Faure Eyadema continued his legacy with another for 18 years.

Recently, Ali Bongo of Gabon ruled for 14 years before the military takeover in 2023 and his father Omar Bongo has ruled for 42 years.

Femi Fani Kayode posted, Consider the fact that just 11 men, namely Paul Kagame of Rwanda (23 years), Paul Biya of Cameroons (42 years), Teodoro Mbasogo of Equatorial Guinea (43 years), Dennis Nguesso of Congo (38 years), Isias Afwerki of Eritrea (30 years), Yoweri Museveni of Uganda (37years), Alhassan Outtara of Ivory Coast (13 years), Gnassingbe Eyadema of Togo (38 years), his son Faure Eyadema of Togo (18 years), Omar Bongo of Gabon (42 years) and his son Ali Bongo of Gabon (14 years) collectively ruled different African countries for a total of 347 years in the name of democracy! This is what can best be described as AFRICA WONDER!


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