Name: Sally Kah
FAB thing about your name: The FAB thing about my name is its history (my grandmother). I was named after her sometimes in 1985. She was strong, kind and feared no one but God. That is all things FAB about me. I get lots of attention from my especially from elderly people in the UK because “Sally” is the title of a very famous song.
Country of origin: I’m from The Gambia in West Africa, the smallest country on the main continent. There are lots of FAB things about my country but I will share the most inspiring to me. One of the most famous slaves in history “Kunta Kinte” is from Juffri, a cleric village in Gambia. I have visited the “White House” and it is FAB and truly overwhelming. We smile so much that the British named us “The smiling coast” of Africa. How amazing….
Every year, Miss West Africa International competition is held in The Gambia. Talents are highly appreciated by the president; they are mostly invited to a presidential dinning Nollywood actors are no exception to this. Gambia is a tourist destination, with lots of botanical gardens, arts and crafts and the very famous Kachikali (crocodile garden) and a FAB site for birding watching.
Country of residence: UK
Occupation: Fashion blogger/ emerging fashion designer
I started my blog late last year and have since got viral. Here is the link “Eighteen Forever”
Describe yourself in three words: I’m a fashion-lover, fun and fearless
What makes you FABulous African Black? I am Fabulous African because I am intellectual, independent, adventurous, creative and most importantly representing the continent internationally.