Janet is Africa’s most decent First Lady – Decent Africa survey

In their Magnum Opus survey and probably the very first of its kind in the world, Decent Africa have ranked Uganda’s first lady as the most decent first lady in Africa. She was primarily applauded for flaunting African values and being exemplary in the way she dresses and carries herself!
Decent Africa is a Pan African Magazine and fashion and style agency, which believes decency should be at the core of fashion and style. They believe that decency is cool, classy and fashionable. 

Hon. Janet Museveni is the most decent first lady in Africa for 2014, according to an in-depth survey that was independently carried out by Decent Africa. The study also found out that Hon. Janet, who has been first lady of Uganda since 1986 has great passion for her culture and takes advantage of every single opportunity to promote African fashion and art.

She has been found fashionable both in traditional and contemporary wear and always dresses in a way that does not compromise her dignity. Janet scored 7.9 out of 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. Decent fashion encourages self-esteem, this study further discovered.

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.” Miss Tasha Nalinya, Decent Africa’s CEO commented.

Below is the full list

No.1 Hon. Janet Museveni (Uganda) 7.90 Points out of 10

No.2 Mrs. Chantal Biya (Cameroon) 7.30
No.3 Mrs. Chantal Compaoré (Bukina Faso) 6.90
No.4 Mrs. Ana Paula dos Santos (Angola) 6.70
No.5 Mrs. Chantal Boni (Benin) 6.33
No.6 Dr. Christine Kaseba Sata (Zambia) 6.00
No.7 Mrs. Salma Kikwete (Tanzania) 5.90
No.8 Mrs. Jeannette Kagame (Rwanda) 5.70
No.9 Mrs. Grace Mugabe (Zimbabwe) 5.20
No.10 Mrs. Lordina Mahama (Ghana) 5.00
No.10 Mrs. Patience Jonathan (Nigeria)5.00