As they are called first ladies, that’s exactly how they are expected to take the lead in everything that is good. From values, education down to good looks.
Africa as a whole have avalanche of beautiful women and most African first ladies are beautiful, stunning, charming, winsome and appealing. Most of these queens are highly educated and smart as they are required to back-up their husbands in all governance concerning the country they rule
Here are some of the most beautiful wives of African Presidents;
Sylvia Bongo Ondimba
She is the wife of Ali Bongo Ondimba since 1989. She became the First lady of Gabon following the inauguration of her husband as President of Gabon on 16 October 2009.She created the Sylvia Bongo Ondimba Foundation entitled “For the family” in January 2011 “to improve the plight of vulnerable and disadvantaged people around the world.
Born in 1953 in Constantine to Jewish parents in French Algeria, Dominique Nouvian moved to Côte d’Ivoire in 1975 with her first husband, Jean Folloroux, professor at Lycée Technique in Abidjan, with whom she has two children. Her husband died in 1984. She met remarried to Alassane Ouattara who was then the Deputy Governor of the BCEAO in Dakar the following year, and later became the President of Ivory Coast.
She is also a Christian despite being born as a Jew and her husband being Muslim. Her eldest son, Loic Folloroux (named after her first husband) is Director of the Africa branch of Armajaro Trading Group Limited, a company specializing in trading cocoa and raw materials.
Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta
Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta is the wife of Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, 4th President of Kenya and the First Lady of Kenya. She assumed the office after the inauguration of her husband on ninth of April 2013 at KasaraniMargaret was very instrumental during her husband’s campaign, often seen by her husband’s side all through. She is a former Kianda school student. She is liked by many for her simplicity in regards to her dressing, nature and manner.
Zeinab Suma Jammel
Most reports about Zeinab Suma, the “official” first lady of Gambia, are shockingly negative. Many call her a “gold digger” and a “hustler” and, in other sources a “devil” who “enjoys seeing Gambians suffer.”Her husband took a younger, second wife in 2010, which led Suma to protest by moving to the U.S. and threatening divorce until he divorced the new wife. Suma is the mother of the president’s two children.