Sultan of Sokoto is 4th most influential monarch in Africa

The Sultan of Sokoto Sa’adu Abubakar 111 has been rated as the fourth most powerful and influential monarch in the African continent.  He is followed closely in fifth place by Africa’s longest reigning monarch and an influential Muslim leader in Nigeria Dr. Ado Bayero the Emir of Kano.

The report of the research conducted by International Corporate Research titled the Powers that be released Thursday, said “In the end, Swaziland’s King Mswati III is considered most influential being Africa’s only remaining absolute monarch. King Mohammed VI of Morocco is second on the list. The monarch a well respected international leader leads the Maghrebian nation almost as an absolute monarch.

Another national monarch Letsie III of Lesotho is third overseeing the affairs of the nation as a constitutional monarch. King Goodwill KaBhekuzulu of the South African province of Kwa-zulunatal and Ashanti King Osei Tutu II are sixth and seventh respectively, while the traditional ruler of Lagos-Nigeria’s Island city of Lagos Island follows in eighth place. The bottom two positions are held by Kabaka Mutebi II of Buganda, Uganda and Oba Samuel Odugade I the Olubadan of Ibadan Oyo state Nigeria.

The research is said to have been specially supported by Proshare Nigeria. It said “This report is published as the second issue under the Research Intelligence brand, the research.

4 Responses for “Sultan of Sokoto is 4th most influential monarch in Africa”

  1. Deji Adebayo says:

    Take the time and read to educate yourselves… I was concerned about the report as well and sought to find the name of the Oba of benin on the list and decided to take time to download the report and understand the basis of their report. Why cant people just stop being critics for critic sake and educate themselves. Even if they are wrong, you can do one good thing, point this out or do yours – but comments by shakede above is intellectual laziness.

  2. Imadojemu Omofuoma says:

    Politically motivated researches like this one is a reproach to the Nigerian Nation. The man on the street knows that the most popular and surviving culture in Nigerian inspite of assults from foreign religions of Christianity and Islam is the culture of the Great Benin Empire.

  3. SHAKEDE S. OSEH says:

    Who are those behind this and what yardstick did they use. You cannot discountenance the position of the Oba of Benin in the whole of Africa. Oba of Benin merit the first position in such ranking.

  4. Curtis Mike says:

    Which position is the Oba of Benin?The research is both faulty and misleading

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