For these African leaders sleeping in public functions is something they as easy to do as counting one to ten.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has become a legend in African politics for is constant habit of dozing off at functions but who are the other people who have joined him in this act?
For the sake of this article we are talking a look at people who head countries or organizations in Africa, hence state governors or or rules of provinces are excluded.
1. Issa Hayatou (former CAF president)
A legendary dozer in Africa. The former CAF president was defeated in the 2017 elections by Ahmad Ahmad and it safe to say he would have enough time to sleep.
Even fans called for him to go sleep as he seems to enjoy sleeping at function and not his hotel rooms or his house.
2.) Jacob Zuma
The president of South Africa is another legendary dozer. Back in 2016, while South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan was giving his his mid-term budget speech in Parliament, Zuma thought he escaped the eyes of the media t catch a quick nap. Boy was he wrong.
3.) Robert Mugabe
What needs to be said about the legendary dictator of Zimbabwe. His witty and quotable lines are a favorite around the world while his ability to doze off is off the hook.
4.) Olusegun Obasanjo
Obj looks like someone close to losing his guard and dozing off. This picture illustraes all baba probably thinks about daily.
5.) Moses Ali
He is the First deputy prime minister and deputy leader of government business in Parliament in Uganda.
While listening to the state of union address in 2016, he wore shades in a rather dark hall and it was obvious he had dozed off.
6. Yoweri Museveni
Uganda's president like his deputy is another who has been caught on camera sleeping numerous times.
At one point the government banned local media from airing photos and videos of the president sleeping with a spokesperson saying the president was mediating not sleeping.