- America's Vice President Kamala Harris is a woman with a story worth listening to
- Luckily, the world is fortunate enough to have her sister Maya Harris who is equally as bold, tenacious and fearless
- Kamala introduced her sibling to the world through a simple yet touching Instagram post
America’s newest Vice President Kamala Harris has moved masses ever since she announced her bid to join President Joe Biden in his quest for leadership.
She has been the SI unit for greatness when it comes to powerful black women and her win is still considered everyone’s win.
The moment she stepped into the big office, everyone started wondering who Kamala’s family members are.
It goes without saying that the VP’s husband Doug Emhoff and her step-children are already “celebrities” thanks to how supportive they have been throughout the whole journey.
But one woman who went uncelebrated and unnoticed is the Vice President’s sister and best friend Maya Harris.
The 56-year-old posted a pretty picture of her lookalike sister on Instagram to celebrate her birthday and the response was overwhelming.
Digging deeper, Briefly.co.za noticed the duo are two peas in a pod. The two share so many qualities but the one that remains outstanding is their appetite for success.
Just like her sister, Maya is a lawyer who values justice and equality for all. And, she does not age.
She is also quirky, funny and extremely bubbly just like Kamala. Despite having a grown daughter, the half Indian beauty looks like she could easily pass for a lady in her mid-30s.
As previously reported, Kamala immediately got on her phone as soon as she learnt the good news and told her running mate Joe Biden that they had finally done it.
As she celebrated their projected win, the world cheered her for the historic accomplishment.
On Saturday, November 07, the streets of the US and all corners of social media erupted in loud cheer as multitudes congratulated the duo for their projected win in the nerve-wracking 2020 elections.
She was the first black female vice president-elect, first woman of South Asian origin to rise to the position and first daughter of an immigrant expected to occupy the big office.
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