A host of First daughters have been making showbiz headlines for their elegance and brains in Africa.
They are beautiful, graceful, brainy, social and trendy, young girls and boys look up to them for different reasons. Some would want any of them for a girlfriend.
Among them is Ange Kagame, the Rwandese beauty who showed up at the White House dinner alongside her father, President Paul Kagame, and sent the world into awe!
Tall and graceful with beauty and brains, Political Science student at Smith College brought a fresh perspective to the way people perceived African presidents’ daughters most of whom were not popular to the world.
Our distinguished First daughter, Ngina Kenyatta whose beauty and demeanour is unmatched is the only daughter to President Uhuru Kenyatta.
She is named after Kenya’s First lady Mama Ngina Kenyatta. Besides having access to the most luxurious resources in our motherland, Ngina is known to keep a confidential circle with very little of her ‘private’ life finding its way into the public domain.
Just before Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari was sworn in, photos of his daughter Zahra Buhari in an immaculate photo shoot hit the Internet sending many into a frenzy.
While others pledged their marital propositions to her, others pledged support for Buhari thanks to his beautiful daughters.
When it comes to living her life, turning up and keeping up with social media trends, Brenda Biya takes the crown as the very social First daughter to Cameroon’s President, Paul Biya.
While most royal daughters shy away from platforms like Twitter and Instagram, Brenda hops on to the trends and has been sharing her daily life on the platforms, attracting high levels of following from her peers and the world at large.
An only daughter to President Ali Bongo Ondimba of Gabon, Malika Bongo Ondimba is known for her warm demeanour, smart nature and hard work for which she is greatly applauded.
Simply sassy and hardworking, Thulukile Zuma is the youngest of President Zuma’s daughters and the chief of staff in the Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services in South Africa.
Princess Sikhanyiso Dlamini
Quite the game changer, Her Royal Princess Sikhanyiso of Swaziland (popularly known as Princess Pashu) is no stranger to controversy.
Aside from being the first princess, she is an aspiring actress and rapper and her lifestyle spells out as much.
Isabel dos Santos
Setting the pace for the African first daughters, Isabel dos Santos is not only Angola’s President José Eduardo dos Santos daughter but… the youngest female billionaire in Africa according to Forbes.