- Samira Bawumia makes powerful fashion statement as she gets another top post
- Wife of the Vice President of Ghana has been named Ambassador in the United Nations
- Samira Bawumia took to her social media page to announce the honor to the rest of the world
The Second Lady of Ghana has been handed an ambassadorial position by the World Habitat Ambassadors Foundation (WHAF) and she dazzled in a very beautiful dress as the honor was conferred on her to mark the occasion.
In a post on Instagram to announce the honor, the Second Lady posted pictures of herself and captioned them, “I am honored to be named the World Habitat Humanitarian Ambassador and to be awarded for Global Excellence in Leadership, Humanitarian and Philanthropic activities in Africa and Investiture by World Habitat Ambassadors Foundation (WHAF)”, she revealed.
“The World Habitat Ambassadors Foundation (WHAF) is an NGO committed to working towards sustainable development goals and core values in dedication to achieving urban development. Thank you to the WHAF for the award and the Ghana High Commission in Abuja for hosting the presentation of the award”, she continued.
Samira Bawumia who has been admired for her way of dressing once again did not disappoint when she had to be conferred with her new ambassadorial role.
Samira Bawumia has over the period showed her high fashion sense and has ‘slayed’ in her outfit any time she had to make a public appearance.
Speaking in an interview on Accra-based Starr FM to commemorate the celebration of International Women’s Day, Samira Bawumia revealed that, her exquisite African print-inspired clothing was a celebration of the many talents that we had in the country.
According to the Second Lady, the businesses of her dressmakers had seen a remarkable boom and invariably, it has made their lives comfortable by creating more jobs for them.
She said the dressmaking industry was booming because of the many talents who made dresses for her that got others talking whenever she stepped out.
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