Ten fairest First Ladies in Africa
They stand be- side their husbands and exude as much authority by power of marriage. Ruby Orimba lists the most beautiful First Ladies this side of the globe
Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta
Our first lady gets props for her poise with a touch of sparkle. Like fine wine, she ages graciously.
In her early 50s, she is still a stunner with a bright smile and beautiful greying hair.
Shy would be a good description when she is not zealously focused on her child mortality campaign dubbed, Beyond Zero. We can’t wait to see her 10 or so years from now.
Ladies and gents behold the ultimate Alpha female. Her early 60s look resembles that of one in their prime 40s.
Dominique is famous as one of the most beautiful First Ladies in the world.
Queen Inkhosikati LaMbikiza
Her dedication to Ivory Coast’s President Alassane Ouattara was shown when she left her position as CEO of French Beauty Services USA and focused on charitable work. She boasts admirable achievements under her ‘Children Of Africa Foundation’.
Hers is a story to be told. She dropped out of school to be- come Queen Inkhosi- kati LaMbikiza, third wife of King Mswati III.
She is the only one he chose for himself. This is not without reason. Queen Inkhosikati is a hardworking woman who went back to school to pursue a Bachelors in Law and while she in not al- lowed to practice, her intelligence is seen in her daily works and so is her beauty.
Ana Paula Dos Santos
The former model and air hostess is wife to the President of Angola, José Eduardo dos Santos. She has a degree in Law and Teaching.
Sylvia Bongo Ondimba
This woman and children activist- turned-fashion idol has been ranked as one of the most beautiful women in the world.
Gabon’s First Lady and wife to President Ali Bongo Ondimba prefers her custom tailored clothes but shares a love for top designers, such as Chanel.
Her sense of fashion and personality screams vivacious in every sense of the word. She wears her mane exotic and wild with a profound ardour for bright colours. The wife of Cameroon’s President, Paul Biya, is a big ball of happy feelings when she’s not heading her foundation, Foundation Chantal Biya.
Olive Lembe di Sita Kabila
At 38, she became one of the youngest women in Africa to take seat as a First Lady and that is after spending a few years as his girlfriend.
Not much is said about this gorgeous lady or her hus- band, President Joseph Kabila of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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Princess Lalla Salma
Did you know that Princess Lalla, wife of King Mohammed VI of Morocco, is the first wife to have been publicly acknowledged and given a royal title in Morocco?
That been said, she is the mind behind a Cancer and HIV/Aids Prevention Association in Morocco. Princess Salma is quite the beauty with brains as she holds a Bachelors in Engineering.
Zeinab Suma Jammeh
“The woman who does not require validation from anyone is the most feared individual on the planet.” Mohadesa Najumi’s words echo every time the wife of Gambia’s President Yahya Jammeh’s scandalous stories hit the Internet.
She’s borne insults and criticism from all over. Her magnificence goes way beyond her stunning looks when you put this Moroccan beauty and enduring to consideration.