In today's article we are going to meet and get to know more about the Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni's daughter who despite her riches takes care a large herd of cattle. Most people of her caliber will not even engage in any sort of hard work. She goes by the name Natasha Karugire.
Natasha was brought into this world in the year 1976. She was sent to the best of colleges for her educational life. She studied at the prestigious Moi Nyeri Complex located in Kenya for just two terms before she sneaked out of school as her dad his enemies will cross over to Kenya targeting her since at that time there was a political war going on.
Despite being the daughter of one of the most influential leaders in Africa, she does not hesitate to go out to her father's ranch and look after the cows.
Take a look at some of her pictures:
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