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7 Most Beautiful First Ladies Of African Presidents

First ladies in Africa have always taken care of their family while living in their husbands' shadows. But more and more people have emerged, and some of them are now in positions of power. Today, we'll take a look at Africa's top 10 most attractive first women.

7. Aisha Halilu Buhari (Nigeria)

First Lady of Nigeria Aisha Halilu Buhari is the spouse of President Muhammadu Buhari, who took office on May 29, 2015, after beating outgoing President Goodluck Jonathan. Author, cosmetologist, and beauty therapist Aisha.

Northeastern Nigeria's Adamawa State is where Aisha was born on February 17, 1971. Alhaji Muhammadu Ribadu, her grandfather, served as Nigeria's first defense minister. Aisha's mother is a branch of the illustrious farming Ankali family, while her father was a civil engineer. In Adamawa State, Aisha Buhari attended both primary and secondary education.

6.Dominique Folloroux-Ouattara (Ivory Coast)

The first lady of the Ivory Coast at the moment is Dominique Folloroux-Ouattara, who is wed to the president, Alassane Ouattara.

On December 16, 1953, Dominique Claudine Nouvian was born in Constantine, French Algeria. She is Jewish on her mother's side and a Catholic.

She is a citizen of France. She graduated from Strasbourg Academy with a high school diploma in 1973 and the University of Paris X with a degree in languages and a minor in economics in 1975.

5. Sylvia Valentin Bongo Ondimba (Gabon)

Ali Bongo Ondimba has been married to Sylvia Valentin Bongo Ondimba since 1989. On October 16, 2009, her husband was inaugurated as president of Gabon, making her the country's first lady.

Sylvia Valentin, who was born in Paris, had just turned two months old when her parents were relocated to Douala for employment. She is the child of French billionaire Edouard Valentin, the head of the Omnium Gabonais d'Assurances et de Réassurances organization (OGAR, Gabonese Insurance and Reinsurance).

4. Ana Afonso Dias Lourenço (Angola)

She held a number of positions, including President of the National Council of Statistics, President of the National Commission of the SADC, National Coordinator of the FED Fund, Governor of Angola for the World Bank and the African Development Bank, and Member of the Economic Cabinet of the Government.

3. Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta (Kenya)

Since 2013, Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta has served as Kenya's first lady. She is also the wife of Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, the country's fourth president. Her spouse took office on April 9, 2013.

Njuguna Gakuo, a former director of the Kenya Railways Corporation, and Magdalena, a German woman, were Kenyatta's parents. She graduated with a Bachelor of Education from Kenyatta University and attended St. Andrews School in Molo, Kenya.

2. Chantal Biya (Camerron)

She has a renowned reputation for her hairdos. The banane, her signature look, is reserved for formal settings. The Chantal Biya is the collective name for the styles that Biya popularized. She is also well recognized for wearing unique clothing. She like the work of high-end Western fashion houses like Chanel, Dior, and Louis Vuitton.

1. Lalla Salma (Morocco)

The princess consort of Morocco is Lalla Salma. She is the first Moroccan monarch's wife to receive both public recognition and a royal title; she is wed to King Mohammed VI.

She hadn't been seen by the media since December 2017, and it was assumed that she had divorced and disappeared.

When Salma was three years old, her parents, Hadj Abdelhamid Bennani and Nama Bensouda, a schoolteacher, passed away. Salma and her sister Meryem were subsequently raised by their maternal grandmother, Hajja Fatma Abdellaoui Maâne.

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