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"Breaking Barriers: Judith Suminwa Tuluka Becomes Democratic Republic of Congo's First Female Prime Minister"

In a historic move, the Democratic Republic of Congo has appointed Judith Suminwa Tuluka as its first-ever female Prime Minister.

Suminwa Tuluka, who previously served as the Planning Minister, takes over from ex-Prime Minister Jean-Michel Sama Lukonde.


President Felix Tshisekedi's decision to appoint Suminwa Tuluka aligns with his campaign promise to promote gender equality and empower women in leadership roles.


This milestone marks a significant step forward for gender representation in the highest echelons of Congolese politics.

Suminwa Tuluka's appointment is a testament to her experience and leadership capabilities, signaling a new era of inclusivity and diversity in the Democratic Republic of Congo's government.


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