The new President of Tanzania is making the country proud going forward. She is the first woman president of the country and the first woman president of East and Central Africa to enter make this incredible record.
She is cool, calm and outspoken and well respected politician and her successful reign is foretold by those qualities. In most of her public appearances, she is seen with her traditional Hijab.
Were you aware that she was pictured without her traditional Hijab sometimes while she performs her government work. This image was taken when she was Minister of State in United Republic of Tanzania's Vice Chairman's Office for Union Affairs.
In the run-up to this position she was the Minister for Tourism, Trade and Investment and was Minister for Youth Employment, Women and Child Development after serving in the Zanzibar administration.
Her fate explains why she's always in her usual hijab because of her religion which is normal. She has the good behaviour and the virtues of other East African presidents, which she receives admiration for.
Between her Hijab and without Hijab which one do you think she looks better in? share your opinions with us
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