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Meet some of Africa's most beautiful First Daughters

African Heads of State boast some of the most elegant and intellectual first daughters.

Nothing like royalty that is complemented with timeless beauty.

African Heads of State boast some of the most elegant and intellectual first daughters. And not only do these First daughters enjoy the perks that come with being the scion of powerful people, they are highly desirable too.

Business Insider SSA takes a look at some of the continent's most beautiful First Daughters:

10. Bona Mugabe

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Bona Mugabe is the daughter of former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe and First Lady Grace Mugabe. She is married to Simba Chikore. The 27-year old has a Masters in banking and finance from Singapore.

She currently serves on the board member of Zimbabwe’s unpopular Censorship Board.

9. Thuthukile Zuma

Thuthukile is the youngest of South African president Jacob Zuma's four daughters with ex-wife Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.

8.Zahra Buhari

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Zahra simply looks stunning. The daughter of Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari is a Medical Microbiology student of the University of Surrey, United Kingdom.

She is married to Ahmed Indimi, the son of Nigerian businessman, Mohammed Indimi.

7. Isabel dos Santos

Isabel dos Santos is the oldest daughter of Angola's longtime president, Mr. José Eduardo dos Santos. Not only is she gorgeous but also filthy rich. Isabel is said to be worth $3.5 billion making her Africa's richest woman.

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6. Brenda Biya

Anastasia Brenda Biya Eyenga (popularly known as Brenda Biya) is the first daughter of the Cameroon's President Paul Biya. The Instagram buff has an infectious smile that melts hearts.

She studies abroad and according to Cameroonian media she owns a 3-storey gated modern estate in a plush Beverly Hills neighbourhood.

5. Ngina Kenyatta

The soft spoken beauty is the second born in President Uhuru Kenyatta's family. She has a great interest in fashion and is a co-founder of Nomadic Brand which she runs with her brother Muhoho.

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Ngina is a philanthropist at heart and also holds a degree in International Relations.

4. Malika Bongo Dimba

Malika is the first daughter of Gabon's President Ali Bongo Ondimba. A well-known champion for the rights and protection of women, Malika has previously worked for the UN in Geneva. She is married to Steve Dossou.

3. Aya Al-Sisi

Egyptians have described the only daughter of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi as “courteous and polite.” Not much is known about Aya who has three brothers: Mustafa, Mahmoud and Hassan.

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2. Ange Kagame

Ange Kagame is the daughter of the Rwanda's current President Paul Kagame. Her statuesque height took many people by surprise soon after she took a photo with former US President Barrack Obama.

She has been involved in causes that include women empowerment, education and poverty eradication, as well as mass vaccination campaigns.

1. Princess Sikhanyiso Dlamini

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And to cap of this list is the Princess Her Royal Highness Princess Sikhanyiso Dlamini,  the eldest daughter of King Mswati III of Swaziland. The princess, also known as Pashu amongst her friends, is described as a stunning ebony lady with a brave heart.

Sikhanyiso a graduate from the Sydney University with a master's digital communication, she also said to be an aspiring actress and rapper.

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