Samia Suluhu the president of the republic of Tanzania made a visit to Uganda in April. The president witnessed the signing of oil pipeline deal between Uganda and France oil company Total. Samia Suluhu then signed several business deals between Uganda and Tanzania which saw the two countries relationship ties strengthened. In less than a month, the president has made a visit to Kenya as well. While in Kenya, Samia signed trade deals with Her Kenyan counterpart Uhuru Kenyatta. The two countries heads of states agreed to work together and strengthen their diplomatic ties. However, something unique occurred during the two visits both in Uganda and Kenya. The clothing styles.
During her presidential visit to Uganda the Tanzanian president was seen wearing a very unique outfit. The outfit which looked like a blouse and a skirt. The skirt run through to the legs. Here are the photos of the president clothing in Uganda.
Well, let's look at Suluhus clothing in Kenya. In Kenya Suluhu has been spotted to have changed her cloths more than twice just in one day contrary to when she was in Uganda. Two, the clothing mode seemed to be similar in all the outfit with only colours differing. In Kenya Suluhu wore a kind of a long Muslim designed cloth that ended at the knees. The long blouses were complimented by a muslim designed trouser giving her a totally different outlook to when she was in Uganda. Here are the photos of the president in Kenya.
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