Angela Kairuki In Forbes 20 Young Power Women Africa List

Forbes 2013 20 young power women Africa list, the list consists of 20 of Africa's most ambitious successful women in different sectors, they are the game changers  and according to Forbes, The Custodians of Tomorrow, These women hold a vast amount of power and influence in the sectors they're in. Behold the 20 most powerful women in Africa. 
Isabel Dos Santos Topped the list. 
The Top 5 were
Isabel Dos Santos at New York Forum Africa

 Isabel Dos SantosAngola Investor
Mimi AlemayehouEthiopia, Executive Vice President of Overseas Private Investment Corporation
Vera Songwe, Camerounian, Country Director of World Bank in Senegal
Tara-Fela Durotoye, Founder of House of Tara
Rapelang RobanaSouth Africa, Entrepreneur

Angela Kairuki
Angela  Kairuki was the only Tanzanian who made the list, Special seat Member of Tanzania’s Parliament and the country’s Deputy Minister for Justice and Constitutional Affairs
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Isabel Dos Santos, Angola Investor
Mimi Alemayehou, Ethiopia, Executive Vice President of Overseas Private Investment Corporation

Vera Songwe, Camerounian, Country Director of World Bank in Senegal
Tara-Fela Durotoye, Founder of House of Tara
Rapelang Robana, South Africa, Entrepreneur

Claire Akamanzi, Rwanda CEO of Rwanda Development Board
Valentina da Luz Guebuza, Mozambique, investor
Hadeel Ibrahim, Mo Ibrahim Foundation
Alengot Oromait,Ugandan, Member of Parliament
Monica Musonda, Zambia, CEO & Founder of Java Foods
Lindiwe Mazibuko, South Africa, Politician and Parliamentary leader for Democratic Alliance
Minoush Abdel- Meguid, Egypt, Private Equity Investor, Enrepreneur, Investment Banker
Ola Orekunrin, Nigerian Medical Doctor and Founder of Flying Doctors
Sibongile Sambo, South African. Chief Executive Officer and Founder of SRS Aviation
Amini Kajunju, Democratic Republic of Congo. President & CEO, Africa-America Institute.
Folake Folarin-Coker, Nigerian. Fashion Designer
Angellah Kariuki, Tanzanian. Politician