African first ladies are the strength of women in their respective countries. They are role model to many women, especially in fashion and manner.
She is also the first wife of the Moroccan ruler to have publicly been acknowledged and given a royal title.
2. Dominique Folloroux-Ouattara (Ivory Coast).
Dominique Ouattarais the first lady of Ivory Coast and she has held the office since April 2011.She is over 61yrs and she is still beautiful and elegant as ever.
3.Chantal Biya ( Cameroon )
Chantal Biya is an elegant and beautiful woman known for beautiful hairstyles, bright colour dress and her social lifestyles.
She is the wife of Cameroonian president, Paul Biya.
4.Sylvia Bongo Ondimba ( Gabon ).
Sylvia Bongo Ondimba is the first lady of Gabon. She holds the office of first lady from 2009, when her husband became the president of Gabon.
She is a very beautiful, smart and fashionable woman.
5.Aisha Buhari ( Nigeria ).
Aisha Buhari is the first lady of Nigeria, she is a beauty therapist and cosmetologist. Aisha Buhari is very classy, smart and a stylish woman.
6.Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta ( Kenya ).
Gakuo Kenyatta is the current first lady of Kenya.She is 50yrs of age. Kenyatta is beautiful, elegant, simple and fashionable at the same time.
7.Honda Deby Itno ( Chad ).
Honda Deby Itno is the first lady of Chad and also the special secretary in civil cabinets of the president.She is beautiful, reserved and elegant. Honda Deby Itno is considered a good role model in the country.
8. Inkhosi Kati LaMbikiza ( Swaziland ).
Inkhosi Kati LaMbikiza is the first wife king Mswati the III. She is an elegant woman and also a degree holder in law.
9.Olive Lembo Di Sita Kabila ( Democratic Republic of Congo ).
She is the first lady of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
She is considered to be one of the youngest woman in Africa to be become an official first lady.
10. Ana Paula Dos Santos( Angola ).
Ana Paula Dos Santos is the first wife of Angolan president, Jose Eduardo Dos Santos. She is a very intelligent woman and holds degree in Law and teaching.
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