Nana Aba Anamoah and Serwaa 'twin' in beautiful kente at a wedding (photos, videos)

Nana Aba Anamoah and Serwaa 'twin' in beautiful kente at a wedding (photos, videos)

- Nana Aba Anamoah and her protege Serwaa Amihere have exhibited their high fashion sense as they stepped out in style together

- The two ladies attended the wedding of a friend wearing dresses made from the same kente fabric

- Both Nana Aba and Serwaa looked beautiful in their dresses with the latter getting money splashed on her at the event

Award-winning broadcaster Nana Aba Anamoah and her protege Joyce Serwaa Amihere are known to have a very special bond.

The two popular GHOne TV newscasters are almost always seen together and they usually attend events together.

On Saturday, July 27, 2019, the two attended the wedding of a mutual friend at the Royal Senchi Hotel near Akosombo in the Eastern Region.

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Being the 'mother and daughter' they have always been, Nana Aba and Serwaa decided to step out like 'twins'. They wore dresses made from the same fabric.

In videos and photos from the wedding sighted by YEN.com.gh, Nana Aba and Serwaa made of colourful kente from the belly section to the lower part while the top part had a plain material.

From a first glance, it is difficult to see any real difference between the two dresses as they look so similar.

A careful look, however, shows that the midsection (the part where the kente joining the plain material) is quite different.

While Nana Aba's own was joined with a slant to the left, Serwaa had hers joined in a V-shape form. Also, Nana Aba had two straps each on both of her shoulders but Serwaa had one strap each over her shoulders and two across her bosom.

Notwithstanding the little differences, the dress looked so much alike and the two ladies wore them with style.

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