While Dr. Nevers Mumba, the head of the SADC Electoral Observation Mission (SEOM), has captured widespread attention, another observer has become etched in the minds of many men in Zimbabwe.

A Tanzanian national who participated in the Africa Union and COMESA joint Elections Observer Mission (AU-COMESA EOM) has made a lasting impact as her images spread rapidly across various social media platforms.

Diana Chando: The Stunning AU-COMESA Election Observer

Diana Paul Chando gained significant recognition as a gorgeous election observer once her photos circulated on social media. For those curious about her identity, this article provides a comprehensive overview. Here’s what we know about Diana Chando, the stunning AU-COMESA election observer:

Where Beauty Meets Intellect: Diana’s Educational Qualifications

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Diana Chando (left) with her fellow AU-COMESA election observers (Images: Instagram)

According to her LinkedIn profile, Diana Chando serves as the African Union Youth Ambassador for the Eastern Africa Region. She exemplifies a blend of beauty and intelligence, holding a law degree (LLB Law with International Relations) from Middlesex University. She further pursued an MSc in Climate Change and Sustainable Development from the University of Dar es Salaam.

A Background of Excellence and Accomplishments

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Diana Paul Chando speaking (Image: Instagram)

Her background encompasses extensive experience in advocacy policy-making and international affairs development. She has also received training at the UN Headquarters in Geneva and holds certifications in Elections Observation and Conflict Management from the Accord Organisation in South Africa.

Additionally, Diana Chando was appointed as a Mwalimu Nyerere Young Scholar by the University of Makerere in Uganda, with the endorsement of Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni.

A Familiar Face in Zimbabwe: Previous Visits

This isn’t Diana’s first time visiting Zimbabwe. In March 2022, she toured the National Heroes Acre during her visit and also made a courtesy call to Tanzania’s embassy in Zimbabwe.