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Kanze Dena’s new curves make her look prettier, happier

Readers Lounge By Derrick Oluoch
State House Spokesperson Kanze Dena during the media briefing at State House, Mombasa

First it was her appointment that left us enviously proud of her, next Kanze is making all the good news, not only from her job passing information from the highest office in the land, but also because of her looks.

As she doled her impeccable Kiswahili on Thursday November 15th giving a briefing, Kanze looked resoundingly beautiful, her skin glowing like ever. She stepped out looking glamorous in a knee-length pink dress that hugged her body perfectly giving her a perfect dashing look – that makes her look like the true definition of an African beauty.

Kanze looked a little plumper with her cheeks a little bit chubby and her body slightly curvier, a look that boomed her the no-nonsense look and her powerful-woman demeanor. She oozed class and perfection, giving a new meaning to the word beauty.

Kanze’s new look grabbed attention on social media as netizens took turns describing her curvaceous look:

Kanze was appointed State House spokesperson in acting capacity preceding Manoah Esipisu who was appointed to an ambassadorial position. It was not long after and she was confirmed as the Statehouse spokesperson and head of the President’s Strategic Communication Unit (PSCU).

(Photos: PSCU)

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