Which countries speak French in Africa? And what are their capital cities and the names of their presidents?


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There are twenty countries in Africa that speak French as an official language, and they are, complete with their capital and head of government (or president, where there is both a president and a prime-minister but where the prime-minister is head of government):

1. BENIN (Porto Novo; President Yayi Boni)
2. BURKINA FASO (Ouagadougou; President Blaise Compoare)
3. BURUNDI (Bujumbura; President Pierre Nkurunziza)
4. CAMEROON (Yaounde; President Paul Biya)
5. CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC (Bangui; President Francois Bozize)
6. CHAD (N'Djamena; President Idriss Deby)
7. The Islands of COMOROS (Moroni; President Ahmed Abdallah M. Sambi)
8. The Republic of THE CONGO (Brazzaville; President Denis Sassou Nguesso)
9. COTE D'IVOIRE (Yamoussoukro; President Laurent Gbagbo)
10. The Democratic Republic of The CONGO (Kinshasa; President Joseph Kabila)
11. DJIBOUTI (Djibouti; President Ismail Omar Guelleh)
12. EQUATORIAL GUINEA (Malabo; President Teodoro Obiang)
13. GABON (Libreville; President Ali Bongo Ondimba)
14. GUINEA (Conakry; Acting President Sekouba Konate (Military Junta))
15. MADAGASCAR (Antananarivo; President Andry Rajoelina (Caretaker Government))
16. MALI (Bamako; President Amadou Toumani Toure)
17. NIGER (Niamey; President Salou Djibo (Military Junta))
18. SENEGAL (Dakar; President Abdoulaye Wade)
19. SEYCHELLES (Victoria; President James Michel)
20. TOGO (Lome; President Faure Gnassingbe)

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