UGANDA — Ugandan socialite Zari Hassan has taken to her social media accounts to announce her appointment as Tanzania’s tourism ambassador.
“I’m now a tourism ambassador for Tanzania. Thankful to God for all His blessings… thank you for the opportunity Hon Minister Dr. Damas Ndumbalo and the whole team 🙏,” she wrote on her post.
After attending Tanzania’s parliamentary session, elated Zari expressed her delight in the new position adding she is excited to work on a project that will greatly impact Africa’s economy.
“Tanzania ni sehemu yangu pia, nikivuta hewa na kukanyaga ardhi yake ndani yangu naona msukumo wa kufanya jambo zaidi.
Leo nimepata nafasi yenye thamani kwa kuhudhuria mkutano wa Bunge la Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania, ambapo nilitambulishwa kama BALOZI WA HIYARI WA UTALII.” She added.
Zari’s appointment comes during her visit in the country for charity work with Softcare Diaper Company which she represents as the brand ambassador.
In 2018, she was named tourism ambassador for Uganda. She is also a successful entrepreneur and an influencer for several brands in Tanzania, Uganda and South Africa where she resides.
During her visit to the country, Zari is said to be spending her time at Diamond Platinumz’ house. The ex-couple have two kids together.
When asked about her stay at the singer’s house, she said, “I don’t see any problem with staying at Diamond’s house. He is my kids’ father, and that is their home. Also, Diamond has no issues with me staying there. I can stay anywhere… I am comfortable anywhere.”
On arrival to his baby daddy’s country, she was received at the airport by Diamond’s mother, uncle and Wasafi team.
The socialite also praised Diamond’s manager Babu Tale who is also the legislator for Morogoro constituency.
Asante Godfather Tale, jana ndio nilipata muda wa kufanya mazungumzo na wewe japo kwa uchache tangu umepewa dhamana ya kuwa Muwakilishi wa Wanamorogoro Kusini Mashariki (Mbunge).
Jambo kubwa lililonipa faraja ni kwamba, nimekukuta GODFATHER TALE ni yuleyule, huja badilika, huna maringo. She said.