Abe Lincoln once rightly said, “Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power.” The man that comes out stronger and wiser, under the garb of power, is the only kind of man who is worth looking up to. He is the only man who matters. Fortunately, out of about a population of 7 billion people in the world, we found 50 such men who mattered in the year that has been 2016. For better, or for worse, these men have made a difference, or a dent, unlike any other this year and have, in some significant way, changed the way the world works.
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1. Barack Obama
Who: President of America
Where: United States
Why: The 44th President of the USA, Obama was not only the first African-American to have been elected to the Oval office; he was a frontrunner and pioneer of healthcare reform, as well as Iranian nuclear accord. With his term at its end, what lies ahead for the American people is quite bleak, given that the successor to the seat poses a threat to most of Obama’s principles. It’s like, suddenly, people see what they’re losing.
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