- Fans have criticised actress Nadia Buari for her choice of dressing like an Indian woman
- She was attending the grand finale of the 2019 Miss Ghana beauty pageant
- The fans wondered why Nadia should dress in that manner instead of in African style
Actress Nadia Buari has earned criticisms from fans for her fashion choice to the just-ended 2019 Miss Ghana show.
The actress looked ravishing in her outfit with her mother Caddy Buari following after her to the event.
Buari was dressed in an Indian style but her fans have questioned why she should dress that way instead of dressing to portray the African pride.
To these fans, Miss Ghana is a traditional and an African event, therefore, by dressing like an Indian woman, Nadia was not respecting the African style of doing things.
For instance, Ama wondered why Nadia would choose Indian wear over African. She added that that she was not hating the actress, but her choice of dressing was a no for her:
badu__nana: “Indian why not Ghanaian... smh am not even hating but come one what's wrong with African wear.”
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Laurissa also added that Ghanaians must be proud of their made in Ghana wear”
laurissa_boateng: “Made in Ghana wear y’all lets be proud of it♀️.”
Nana disclosed that she had observed Nadia Buari is dressing like an Indian woman of late:
nana_aqosua_lotybae1: “Why is she dressing an Indian off late.”
Meanwhile, this seems to be the first time fans have disagreed with Buari’s choice of dressing.
She is loved and very respected by many if not all Ghanaians.
Recently, the actress was in the news for kissing her husband and their twin daughter asked them to stop.
Nadia Buari has also shared photos and videos playing with her four daughters.
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