- Jessica Nabongo started her career off in the medical field
- Nabango then bagged a job with the United Nations that opened her up to the thrill of globetrotting
- Soon after, the beauty developed a love for travelling and decided to set foot on all countries of the world
Jessica Nabongo, a travel blogger has taken thrill-seeking to a whole new level and turned her passion into a world record.
The beauty who serves as a United Nations employee is now the first black woman to set foot on every country of the earth.
The Ugandan beauty announced her achievement via Instagram stating she has been to 195 states and nothing beats the satisfaction her travels brought.
Her long journey of discovery ended at magical Seychelles.
“Welcome to the Seychelles!! Country 195 of 195! So much to say but for now I will just say thank you to this entire community for all of your support. This was our journey and thanks to all of you who came along for the ride,” the beauty penned.
According to CNN, Jessica was born in the US and lived a very fulfilling life in her adulthood.
Picture this: a lucrative job in the medical field followed by a position at the UN but still Jessica felt like a piece of her was missing.
Despite earning millions and living life on the fast lane, all she wanted to do was be a global citizen.
So after visiting Japan, London, Benin and Italy, the globe trotter decided to turn travelling into a lifestyle.
She rented out her lavish home, packed her bags and started her journey of discovery.
The gorgeous explorer even founded a company while soaking in beautiful sights and sceneries and the hidden gems of the world.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that American actor, writer, producer, and director, Tyler Perry, just opened and launched a N90 billion film studio in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Perry made history when he built the first fully black-owned studio in America.
The multi-talented actor shared photos of the N90 billion studio on his Instagram page and revealed that the sound stages in the studio are dedicated to film legends of colour, including Whoopi Goldberg, Will Smith, Oprah Winfrey, Denzel Washington, Halle Berry, to mention only a few.
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