Friday 21 June 2024

African Proverbs On Leadership

(1). ~ When a king has wise counselors, his reign is peaceful - Ghanaian Proverb.

(2). ~ When you befriend a chief; remember that he sits on a rope - Ugandan Proverb.

(3). ~ A wild boar in place of a pig would ravish the town, and a slave made king would spare nobody - Yoruba Proverb.

(4). ~ A large chair does not make a king - Sudanese Proverb.

(5). ~ The best words give no food - Tutsi Proverb.

(6). ~ The wise chief does not eat from both sides -  Malawian Proverb.

(7). ~ Words of a good king do not lock all the doors; they leave the right door open - Zambian Proverb.

(8). ~ When there's peace in the country, the chief does not need to carry a shield - Ugandan Proverb.

(9). ~ The way a chief acts affects the entire village - Ugandan Proverb.

(10). ~ A king cannot reign without the support of wise and honest elders - Burundian Proverb.

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