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Serengeti: Lupita Nyong’o promotes Tanzanian tourism

Oscar-winner Lupita Nyong’o on Monday, April 5 visited various attraction sites in Tanzania while celebrating Easter Monday.

During the trip, the US based Kenyan visited the famous Serengeti National Park.

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The actress has always been involved in conservation efforts to preserve the wildlife and recently in Serengeti she sighted a lot of animals.

She could not help it but let her social media followers see the beautiful animal, especially the Elephant, and the lovely environment in Serengeti.

She shared a photo she capture and posted on her Instagram account confirming to her 9 million followers that what they saw was real and not edited.

The photo showed her Infront of a huge elephant that was feeding while she a put a big smile on her face.

‘This is not a Zoom background, I promise! #Elphie in the #Serengeti. ,” Excited Nyong’o captioned.

A lot of Tanzanians citizens flocked at her post comments section agreeing that Serengeti is the best place to visit.

From the basic look of things, the popular personality promoted Tanzanian tourism by encouraging people to visit Serengeti.

This follows just weeks after the award-winning actress shared photos of herself while on vacation in Lamu.

One of the photos showed her on top of a boat while the second one showed her taking in the beauty of the land.

“Lamu Tamu | Lamu Damu,” she captioned the photos.

Months ago Supermodel and businesswoman Naomi Campbell while commencing her job as the brand ambassador for Magical Kenya International found herself under fire for not using Kenyan music while promoting Kenya.

Kenyans were irked by the model after she shared a video clip on her social media accounts that played a Nigerian music instead of Kenyan music.

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Kenya slammed her for showing off the beauty of Mombasa and its people, using a Nigerian song instead of Kenyan.

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