New photo of tallest African president looking short in his entire family causes stir

New photo of tallest African president looking short in his entire family causes stir

- Paul Kagame, the tallest president in Africa is arguably the shortest in his family

- A recent photo of the entire family was shot at a public gathering

- Kagame, who is a very reputable president in Africa, is reportedly 6 ft 2

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The president of Rwanda Paul Kagame who is the tallest Head of State in Africa has emerged in a latest photo looking very short in his entire family.

Paul Kagame's rare family photo was made public on the official Facebook page of Rwanda the Heart of Africa.

The Rwandan Head of State is reportedly 6 ft 2 in height which is unparalleled in all of Africa but in his family, it is very paralleled.

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See the photo below:

It is rare for the entire family to be spotted in public together. The first time photos of them came out was when Paul Kagame's daughter was getting married.

This time, it was at a public gathering that necessitated the presence of the entire family. The picture showed Kagame's wife, three sons and his only daughter.

The Rwandan president himself stood straight while some of his children stood at ease. The postures did not fail to portray the fact that the president was one of the shortest in the family, tipping a little above his wife only.

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Paul Kagame is a very respected president on the continent of Africa for leading Rwanda from a devastated state into one of the most desired destinations on the continent.

His works have been greatly admired and revered both in and out of Africa.

In other news, Zimbabwe’s junior doctors have agreed to return to work, ending a strike that has lasted for over four months, after they accepted an offer from a Zimbabwean telecoms billionaire Strive Masiyiwa.

Citinewsroom.com reports that the strike was the longest in the history of Zimbabwe and caused the public healthcare system to crumble.

The UK-based billionaire is set to pay the doctors three times what they used to earn when they were being paid by the government.

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