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Sunday, January 27, 2019

Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo Stepped Out In Style Recently

LMAO!!!!






61 comments:

  1. Choi hahahahahahah πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. Nawa ooo.

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  2. Mans showing you ladies how to ‘high fashion ‘ with them uggs and pleated top. Learn ladies....learn

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  3. Peplum top with a difference! Odiegwu

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  4. What's going on here???? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  5. Is he putting on his wife's top? Hahahahaha..

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  6. his tailor and wardrobe managers should be recommended to Bihari because this type of dressing will accurately match his behaviour since 2015

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    1. Thanks for enlightening us starlitcreams πŸ‘πŸΎ

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    2. You get sense, I notice you give good advice and you sabi bible

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  8. Stella it was a costume for an event. My classmate just mentioned it after we were laughing at their presido kikikiki

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  9. You all need to know how to respect people culture, that textile and style is their cultural identity, please stop with the ignorance. it’s not a designer or western made wear doesn’t make it bad. Ghanaians are in touch with their culture more than we Nigerians all we want is European/Chinese made shame.

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    1. Loosen up dearie, it's not that serious. And who says Nigerians are nkt in touch with our culture?

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    2. 19.01 you are right jor. Far better than wearing a suit to a traditional event. The after effects of colonialism continues till date. We will laugh at our own, and join the white man to laugh at ourselves. Reminds me of Gabriel Okara's you laughed and laughed and laughed.

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    3. Whether it's their culture or not all I know is,that blouse is very funny and looking weird shikena

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    4. It's funny true, but unique. While we laugh, watch Gucci and other designers steal it soon, claim its theirs, model it on their runway and make millions of $$$ of it. After sef, our celebrities will rush and buy same design and use it slay and pepperus on instagram. Oh Africa.

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    5. The outfit is funny true, but unique. While we laugh, watch Gucci and other designers steal it soon, claim its theirs, model it on their runway and make millions of $$$ of it. After sef, our celebrities will rush and buy same design and use it slay and pepperus on instagram. Cultural appropriation na today?? Oh Africa.

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  10. This wan na Agbada peplum topπŸ˜‚

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  11. if I were the president, trust me all my aides would wear same.
    how do I end up looking weird all alone.

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    1. Call him a clown and insult him of you like , at least hes doing a much better job and well respected than your shitty president who has your nation all fcked up from head to toe and thus why you all running go ghana. Be on your best behavior and not do your 419 stuff and maybe we wont kick you out. The audacity. Fix your country before you laugh at ours. Kwasiaaaa

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    2. Hahahaha abeg we love our shitty president pass this papa ajasco o 🀣🀣🀣.our country still better pass Una burnt offering country that only rich people can survive in I bet u can't even afford to live in Accra u poor fellow 🀣🀣🀣🀣.
      U people still dream to be like us, at least pur 419 money was what made acrra what it is if not for Nigeria's who could afford to live there in thenpast lmao, get ur papa ajasco president out f my face, u forgot Ghana must go abi?

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    3. Just kick them out let them come and face what everybody is facing. Nigerians don't have respect for other people's culture if it's not the ones they borrow from oyibos that they can't interpret properly. Send them a way before they mess your country up.

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    4. 2132. Why are you so upset?? We have heard it’s a traditional outfit. Truth remains that it looks funny.

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    5. We will Very soon.

      Now i understand why South africans beat yall up. You go to anybody country you want to fk it up with your born crime in your dna and finish and want to look down on other African countries yet your country is the more fcked up amongst all.

      By the way news breaking three nigerians have been arrested in takoradi ghana for kidnapping. We never ever had kidnapping in our country until nigerians came. We are a peaceful nation and we will uproot you all out.

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    6. 1:33
      But have you paid your rent though???

      I said you gat a warm meal to look forward to ye???

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    7. Heculi white. Your brain needs a reset. I’m Nigerian.

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  13. Dinach Collections27 January 2019 at 19:18

    The outfit looks funnyπŸ˜‚

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  14. Haha He can wear whatever jor. He looks youngish, and their country don beta pass our own. Not these our recycled leaders who have made a mess of Naija upon all our natural resources.

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  15. LMAO 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  16. It was for an enskinment of a King in the north and that's the traditional attire of the Northerners. So he was paying homage to them. Looks funny though πŸ˜‚

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  17. Which Kain cloth come be dis one bikonu? @Blessed Princess

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  18. I’m loving it. Something away from the norm, Don’t be surprise this becomes the new in thing in our own country. I like!

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    1. In thing for which country?? I reject it immediately.
      We have borrowed enough from them already. Ijaw people de bear kofi, Esi,. We eat Kenke and groundnut soup. E do!!

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  19. Please don't be ignorant is a traditional attire for the ppl of dagbani lineage from northern ghana and each piece symbolize something

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  20. Lmao. This one weak me o. why d president no tell all hin ppl make dem gather wear d same thing. na all countries go dey yab am now and dem no go know say na dr village thing o.

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  21. Story. Because it’s not Ebuka wearing it. Mtchew!

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  22. Do you know that if you squint you’ll think he’s also carrying a handbag?

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  23. Hahahahaha are u just seeing this

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  24. Stella its part of our cultural attires... Thank you

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    1. Thank you for letting us know without any insults.
      You are kind. Where have you been??

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    2. Thank you for letting us know without any insults.
      You are kind. Where have you been??

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  25. 🀣🀣🀣🀣 He resemble cheese ball

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  26. He can put on anything provided his country is having a positive impact of his government unlike colossal failure we have here.

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    1. U think if u are in Ghana u for fit afford this internet way u take dey colossal?

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  27. Where did he wear it to?

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  28. Good one Presidio... It's not everytime one has to wear a suit.
    On the other hand, it looks like all these pictures of "what you wanted vs what you got" Women post showing what they asked for and what their tailor made for them.

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