Isabel dos Santos, Africa’s richest woman, open to contesting for Presidency in 2022

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The richest woman on the continent, Isabel dos Santos, has suggested that she will not turn down an opportunity to become the President of her country, Angola.

Isabel dos Santos, who is currently under investigation for corruption and financial malfeasance and has her assets frozen after a court order, she will love to serve her country one day.

When asked if she will run for the presidency, the billionaire responded, ‘it is possible’ adding that “To lead is to serve, so I will do whatever my life takes me,” the BBC reports.

Her refusal to rule out her ambition to run for the presidency, potentially in 2022, comes at a time when her family – father, and brother – is being investigated for making away with over $2billion of state funds.

They have denied the allegations against them.

“These are false allegations and this is part of… an orchestrated attack by the current government that is completely politically motivated,” the 46-year-old has labelled the allegations against her.


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