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Janet is Africa’s most decent First Lady - survey
Publish Date: May 22, 2014
Janet is Africa’s most decent First Lady - survey
First Lady Janet Museveni
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 By Vision Reporter

“Her Kinyankole outfits are always special, colorful and well thought of; this is a great way to promote African culture. “We are honored to know she cares about inspiring the girl child.

Congratulations upon topping this first ever unique fashion listing in the whole world,” that is how Tasha Nalinya, the CEO Decent Africa analyzed the fashion style of Janet Museveni, Uganda’s First Lady.



For considering culture and keen promotion of African traditional wear, Janet is now Africa’s most decent First Lady.

The index also singles out the fact that Janet doesn’t compromise her dignity in her dress code.

The survey looked at how Africa’s First Ladies have dressed and carried themselves out in the last 12 months.
Janet came top in the top 10 scoring 7.90 points out a possible 10.


The Global Decency index top mark, thanks to her great sense of fashion that does not only present her to the public as a respectable personality but also inspires many youthful ladies and young African girls.”


She was followed by
Mrs. Chantal Biya of Cameroon with 7.30 points.
Mrs. Chantal Compaoré of Bukina Faso at 6.90 points.
Mrs. Ana Paula dos Santos of Angola with 6.70.
Mrs. Chantal Boni (Benin) - 6.33 points.
Dr. Christine Kaseba Sata (Zambia) - 6.00 points.
Mrs. Salma Kikwete (Tanzania) - 5.90 points.
Mrs. Jeannette Kagame (Rwanda) - 5.70 points.
Mrs. Grace Mugabe (Zimbabwe) - 5.20 points.

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