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First Lady Melania Trump has so far been warmly welcomed on her tour of Africa, but a few demonstrators in Malawi took the opportunity to send her a message.

Mrs. Trump opened her first extended global tour as first lady on Tuesday in the West African nation of Ghana.

During her visit to Malawi, Melania visited the country's capital, Lilongwe, and toured Chapala Primary School alongside headteacher Maureen Masi, where she observed English lessons and met teachers.

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The two first ladies visited the Greater Accra Regional Hospital, where Mrs Trump donated hampers and teddy bears to the sick children on admission.

At the primary school, the first lady watched dozens of pupils sitting on the ground in the sun as a teacher taught on a blackboard on the side of a building.

However, Phiri said the protesters could have done better, observing that the timing of their actions did not tally with the work the USA first lady came to do in the country.

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A white woman on the roadside held up a handmade sign as the first lady's motorcade passed that said "Melania Me Too".

The American First Lady described her visit to Cape Coast as "impactful" and said it "was a solemn reminder of a time in our history that should never be forgotten", after she was told the horror story of how slaves were kept at the fort before they were shipped to the Caribbean. "We are happy today, we are happy today to see you".

"I wanted to be here to see the successful programs that [the] United States is providing the children, and thank you for everything you've done", Trump said. Upon her departure, the first lady gifted children with dozens of "Be Best" soccer balls, tote bags and school supplies. "It is a handsome thing to see".

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