President Paul Kagame was yesterday awarded by the African Union the first prize as the most far seeing president in Africa.
In the awards that were held at the African Union headquarters in Addis Ababa, Kagame beat six other challengers to the prize, owing to his unique height.
The AU said that Kagame possess a unique height which allows him to see into the future and therefore come up with great policies that will help Africa in the future. It added that Africa needs such tall presidents who can see into the future, and thus help the continent to quickly attain the status of a developed country in 92 years.
There were no runners up.