Ugandan becomes first black woman to visit all countries in the world

Uganda’s Jessica Nabongo has become the first black woman to visit all 195 countries in the world.

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Nabongo, whose Ugandan parents emigrated to the United States, was born in the Detroit City of Michigan state. She uses both her Ugandan and American passports.

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Having started travelling at the age of six, Nabongo who is now 34, made history on Sunday when she arrived in the last country on her list, Seychelles.

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The travel entrepreneur uses her Instagram account to share her experience and tip her followers who have a desire to venture out of their comfort zones.

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Nabongo, who travelled to Seychelles with over 50 friends and family, took to social media to thank her community of followers.

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‘‘So much to say but for now I will just say thank you to this entire community for all of your support.

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This was our journey and thanks to all of you who came along for the ride!!’‘

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Nabongo only decided to take on the goal of visiting all the countries in the world in 2017.

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At the time, she had travelled to 60 countries.She has consequently visited 135 countries in just two and a half years.

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Nabongo’s journey across the world has not been without awesome experiences on the African continent, from visiting her family in Uganda, to experiencing unexpected kindness in South Africa, and a trip in Mali that started out as terrible and ended up being a fantastic experience.

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