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Tanzania’s Jacqueline Ntuyabaliwe Switched Careers to Interior Design After Almost Ten Years in the Music Industry

Jacqueline Ntuyabaliwe is a Tanzanian award winning furniture designer and chairman of Amorette Ltd a furniture design and manufacturing company. Jacqueline is also the founder and chairman of Dr Ntuyabaliwe Foundation a charity organization which provides libraries and books to local primary schools.

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She began her career in music in 1997 with a Tanzanian band the Tanzanites. She performed as one of the lead vocalist for three years.In 2004 she released her first solo album with a hit single Nalia kwa Furaha. Three years later she released another album called Crazy over You which was also the name of the first hit single for that album.

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She was crowned miss Tanzania in the year 2000 ad went ahead to represent Tanzania in the Miss World Pageant. After almost 10 years in the music industry, Jacqueline switched careers to interior design and registered her company Amorette Ltd in 2013. She has also been nominated for several awards, some of which she emerged as winner with the likes of, the award of Stylish Female Personality at the Swahili Fashion Week Awards.

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Ntuyabaliwe is the founder of Molacaho, a fast-growing Tanzanian award winning furniture manufacturing company. Molacaho designs and manufactures quality made-to-order furniture, furnishings, designer fabrics, lighting, decor, garden furniture and rugs. Molacaho has created a high-end Afro-centric furniture brand that subtly blends traditional Tanzanian fabrics into contemporary, worldly designs to present a transcontinental finish.

Jacqueline is a winner and a goal getter and she shows that every time she steps out.

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