Ngina Kenyatta, President Uhuru Kenyatta's daughter, is stunning. If you think Ngina is a high school dropout, you're mistaken. The president's daughter has a master's degree in international relations and politics.
She has amazed many people with her ability to maintain her appearance, from her natural hair to her lack of cosmetics.
Ngina Kenyatta is a very private woman, despite the fact that her father, Uhuru Kenyatta, is the most well-known figure in Kenya. Despite her laid-back demeanor, her leadership abilities have been praised on occasion.
And, unlike most girls her age, who rely on social media for survival, Uhuru's daughter Ngina Kenyatta is notably absent from these sites.
Here are some stunning images of her that show she doesn't wear makeup.
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