US First Lady Melania Trump on Wednesday announced that she would visit Ghana, Malawi, Kenya and Egypt on October, a trip majored at promoting child welfare and education.
Trump was speaking at a reception for the spouses of state and other foreign delegations on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly.
“October 1 will mark the first day of my solo visit to four beautiful and very different countries in Africa: Ghana, Malawi, Kenya and Egypt,” she said.
She praised countries that worked alongside USAID in making progress towards overcoming some of their biggest challenges.
Her trip to Africa will focus on good-deed projects.
The US president has yet to travel to Africa since taking office, and sailed into controversy at the start of the year for allegedly disparaging “shithole” countries on the continent.
Earlier on Wednesday, Donald Trump trailed his wife’s announcement, saying “we both love Africa. Africa is so beautiful.