Her father was a teacher while her mother was a house wife.
According to SBS News , Ms Suluhu graduated from high school in 1977 but has said publicly that her finishing results were poor and she had to take a clerkship job in a gorvenment office at age 17 .
This happened as others went on to Pursue their further studies. While working as a clerk at the ministry of planning and develoment,she pursued a number of short term courses on a part time basies.
In 1986, she graduated from the institute of development management ( presently mzumbe University) with an advanced diploma in public administration.
After graduating, Samia was Employed on a project funded by the world food program. Between 1992-1994 she attended university of Manchester where she graduated with a diploma in economics.
In 2015 she obtained her msc in community development via a joint program between the open university of Tanzania and southern new Hampshire university.
Madam president's humble beginning on matters Education is a lesson to many students who score grades that can't guarantee them direct entry to university.
The fact that one didn't score a C+ which is the minimum entry requirement for one to gain university admission doesn't mean that he or she will never get a degree and achieve his ambitions.
Having become the first female president in east Africa, she is an inspiration to many a girl Child and even young men that have dreams.
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