ibusinesslines.com October 23, 2018

Melania Trump Greeted With ‘Not a Sh*thole’ Sign on Africa Trip

05 October 2018, 07:39 | Myron Mathis

Malawi Residents Brilliantly Trolled Melanie Trump With The Shadiest Signs Upon Her Welcome

Photos ; Melania Trump tours Cape coast Castle

"Our country's great First Lady, Melania, is doing really well in Africa".

The first lady spent time with a herd of elephants in the park and fed formula to two that are being raised at the park.

Mrs Trump toured classrooms at Lilongwe's Chipala Primary School, which gets textbooks and other education assistance from the US Agency for International Development. Chipala has more than 8,500 students but just 77 teachers, for a ratio of 111 students per instructor, according to the USA government. Numerous students must sit outside in crowds around their teacher.

"Trump was greeted with demonstrators holding signs with "#MELANIATOO" (with the "Me" in "Melania" in bold letters to emphasize the #MeToo movement) and "Welcome to Malawi.

She also addressed staffers at the United States embassy in Malawi's capital, Lilongwe.

USA first lady Melania Trump embarked on her first solo trip to Africa and is set to visit Ghana and Malawi as her first two stops along her five-day, four country trip.

On her trip, Trump has promoted the advocacy initiative "Be Best", which she launched earlier this year. She praised the first lady for making the trip and presented her with a ceremonial textbook.

"We welcome Madam Melania to Africa particularly Malawi. We want his wife to see it that Africans needs global aid particular on reproductive health which Trump cut which is affecting women and young girls negatively", says Racheal working in health sector in Malawi.

After about 20 minutes of tea, the first ladies strolled onto the terrace to applause.

The event was meant to "highlight friendly U.S. -Malawi relations" and the pair's "shared interest in helping children and, in particular, helping girls in school", according to the White House. After the readings, she was encircled by the singing children and danced some more.

The Kenya Wildlife Service headquarters is also anticipating a visit by Melania Trump.

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