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AFRICA'S MOST INFLUENTIAL MONARCHS REPORT 2009
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This recognition is positive and an honour for the country; it is not only about the king but also reflects on the people he leads. “It shows that the Swazi people support the king and it is recognition to them as well”. - Sihle Dlamini, Private Secretary King Mswati III
|Brief: Powers that Be: AFRICA'S MOST INFLUENTIAL MONARCHS REPORT
This research report is titled ‘Powers That Be - Africa’s Most Influential Monarchs’. The report is published as the second issue under its Research Intelligence brand.
In this report, we made a rational attempt to set out Africa’s ten (10) most influential monarchs.
To arrive at the most influential of the numerous royal heads on the continent, ICR researchers considered three basic pillars; monarchy type, size of domain/people of direct or indirect influence and international recognition.
Aside this main theme, the report also takes a fussy look at the monarchical history of the African continent. From the Pharaohs of Egypt to the Emperors of Ethiopia, the Mai of Kanem-borno, the popular Jaja of Opobo and many ancient kingdoms and empires that preceded western colonization.
In the end, Swaziland’s King Mswati III is considered most influential been 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.
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