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Top 7 Stylish African First Ladies, You Need To See No. 4

African first ladies

Mixing business and style should be coined phrase by theses ladies of class, title and captivating beauty. When it comes to carrying out their duties as first ladies, they waste no time in stepping out in the most stylish and decent way. These mothers and women of virtue, understand the rules of society. With confidence and class, they handle their dealings and pride womanhood. Check out the stylish first ladies of African countries.

1. Dominique Folloroux-Ouattara (Côte d’Ivoire)

Dominique Follorou- Ouattara is the first lady of Côte d’Ivoire. She is a french national and both her parents are Jews. Self-driven to combat human trafficking and chidld labour, she was appointed as president of the National monitoring Committee of Actions in the Fight Against Child Trafficking, Exploitation and Labour, by her husband, the president of Côte d’Ivoire. He style is warm and elegant.

Dominique Folloroux-Ouattara


2. Sylvia Bongo Ondimba (Gabon)

A hardworking and beautiful woman, Sylvia Bongo Ondimba is the first lady of Gabon. Her style is unique and she looks good in just about anything she decides to put on. Sylvia founded “For the Family” foundation in 2011 to improve the condition of disadvantaged and vulnerable people around the world.

Sylvia Bongo Ondimba

3. Ana Paula dos Santos (Angola)

Ana Paula Cristovao Lemos dos Santos was formerly a flight attendant on the Angolian presidential plane, which is where she met her husband. They got married in 1991 and she became first lady after the inauguration of her husband as president. As a former fashion model, her styles are classy and flatter her body figure.

Ana Paula dos Santos

4. Aisha Buhari ( Nigeria)

Mrs Aisha Buhari is the first lady of Nigeria. As the wife of a political icon, she actively participates in impacting in the country. A passionate social campaigner, fighting to protect the girl child from early marriage, the mother of five makes it a duty to provide support for the less privileged. she believes: ” Our children are our future. Education of our children is the best way to secure the future of our country.” As a devoted muslim, Hajia dresses modestly and her choice of fabrics are chic.

Aisha Buhari


5. Princess Lalla Salma (Morocco)

Lalla is a traditional name given in honour to women in royalty and high society. Princess Salma got this title upon the official announcement of her name to the public by her husband, King Mohammed VI. A first being that wives of Moraccan kings were in the past, private figures. Her style is just as gorgeous as she is. With her full luscious hair, she dresses like royalty. She founded a cancer prevention association in Morocco and is active in battling the growth of HIV/AIDS in Africa.

princess Salma

6. Queen Inkhosikati LaMbikiza (Swaziland)

Queen Inkhosikati LaMbikiza is the third wife of King Mswati III and first to be chosen by the king himself. The gospel singer is daring with her looks and classy with her choice of outfits. As a dedicated lawyer, the articulate queen advocates for causes she’s passionate about.

Queen Inkhosikati LaMbikiza

7. Margaret Kenyatta (Kenyatta)

The compassion driven beauty is the wife of the fourth president of Kenya, making her the first lady of Kenya.  On October 24th 2014, Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta was named UN person of the year following all her hardwork and dedication in reducing the rate of child maternal mortality. In style, she is known for her simplicity and elegance.

Margret Kenyatta


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