By Wazobia Staff
If you asked every person you met today what is their take on education, you would have a variety of answers. Some people love learning and some, not so much. But the one thing most people would agree on is, never stop learning.
Education is a fundamental part of our everyday lives. It doesn’t matter if it’s formal or informal education is necessary.
In a day and age where it may seem that this way of thinking has went by the wayside. There are some African Leaders who lead by example that there is no such thing as too much education.
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf – Liberia
Economics degree from the University of Colorado
Master’s in public administration at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government
Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta – Mali
Master’s degree in History
Master’s degree in Political Science and International Relations
Ameenah Gurib – Mauritius
Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from the University of Surrey
PhD degree in Organic Chemistry at Exeter University
Alassane Ouattara – Ivory Coast
Bachelor of Science degree from the Drexel Institute of Technology (Drexel University, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Master’s degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania
PhD in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania
King Mohammed VI – Morocco
Bachelor’s degree in Law at the Mohammed V University at Agdal
Certificat d’Études Supérieures (CES) in Political Sciences
Diplôme d’Études Approfondies (DEA) in Public Law
PhD in Law from the French University of Nice Sophia Antipolis
Robert Mugabe – Zimbabwe
Bachelor of Arts (History and English) degree from the University of Fort Hare
Bachelor of Administration from University of South Africa
Bachelor of Education from the University of South Africa
Bachelor of Science in Economics from University of London
Bachelor of Laws from University of London
Master of Laws from University of London
Master of Science in Economics from University of London
Whatever your chosen path in life, don’t ever get to a place where you feel you have learned enough. No education is ever lost.