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African leaders!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Lole Gwakisa, Mar 24, 2011.

  1. Lole Gwakisa

    Lole Gwakisa JF-Expert Member

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    AFRICAN LEADERS
    Abdoulaye Wade ( Senegal )- age 83
    Hosni Mubarak ( Egypt ) – age 82
    Robert Mugabe ( Zimbabwe ) – age 86
    Hifikepunye Pohamba ( Namibia ) – age 74
    Rupiah Banda ( Zambia ) – age 73
    Mwai Kibaki ( Kenya ) – age 71
    Ellen Johnson Sirleaf ( Liberia ) – age 75
    Colonel Gaddafi ( Libya ) – age 68
    Jacob Zuma ( South Africa ) – age 68
    Bingu Wa Mtalika (Malawi) – age 76
    John Evans Atta-Mills (Ghana) – age 67
    Average Age: =======================75.6
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    THE FIRST WORLD
    Barrack Obama ( USA ) – age 49
    David Cameron ( UK ) – age 43
    Dimitri Medvedev ( Russia ) – age 45
    Stephen Harper ( Canada ) – age 51
    Julia Gillard ( Australia ) – age 49
    Nicolas Sarkozy ( France ) – age 55
    Luis Zapatero ( Spain ) – age 49
    Jose Socrates ( Portugal ) – age 53
    Angela Merkel ( Germany ) – age 56
    Herman Van Rompuy ( Belgium ) – age 62
    Average Age: ==================== 51.1
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    DIFFERENCE: ==================== 25 years
    GUYS, HOW DO WE MOVE FORWARD WITH THIS OLD SQUAD ?!!
     
  2. VUVUZELA

    VUVUZELA JF-Expert Member

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    Wanamwiga Kingunge
     
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    MPadmire JF-Expert Member

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    Shame on them!

    These are really Grand pas with tired minds

    What can these grand pa do in these dotcom generation??

    That is why African youth suffer un employment.
     
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    niweze JF-Expert Member

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    When I look at any African statistics, I get real depressed and keep wonder why Africans are allowing these tragedies to continue. More of our crisis are originated from above information. We have generations of failures and I can't even allow myself to call them leaders. Those bunch failures continue to influence our generation and generations to come, why so? Real, we can't stop these failed policies and start fresh? Most countries are moving forward and becoming developing countries but African countries and its people are becoming more and more dependants of foreign aids. Where this cycle will stop? Do we need the West to pay for our food, water, hospital bills, funerals and school fees?
    1. What will take stop people like kikwete, kibaki, museven, mugabe or gadaffi from occupying state houses?
    2. What will take build new leaders?
    3. What will take to have true democracy in Africa?
    4. What will take to educate and skill people of Africa to let them know that we can achieve great things as others in the world? I don't think this is a job of the west nations.
     
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