- Nana Made-In-China, a young Ghanaian model has recreated Nana Akua's outfit for Glitz 2019
- He shared a photo of himself styled in his outfit and Nana Akua in the original design on his Facebook page
- YEN.com.gh sighted the photo after it was shared in a Facebook group
A young Ghanaian creative identified on social media as Nana Made-In-China, won the internet after he recreated the outfit of 'red carpet goddess', Nana Akua Addo.
For what Nigerians and perhaps the world have come to accept and love about the ‘bizarre’ but funny recreations of celebrity looks by comedy impersonator, Funny Toheeb, Ghanaians already have a young creative, model and actor with his own unique sense of humour.
While Nana Made-In-China has been impersonating the looks of Ghanaian celebrities by remaking their mind-blowing outfits adorned on the red carpet for sometime now, he became an online sensation after he recreated Nana Akua’s mesmerizing outfit for the 5th Glitz Style Awards.
According to Ameyaw Debrah, the ‘bird dress’ of fashion goddess, Nana Akua, is a creation of a Philipino designer famed as the 'Master Courtier' in the world of fashion.
And Nana Made-In-China took on the challenge and also lived up to his brand with his latest recreation.
YEN.com.gh first sighted the photo after it was shared in a popular Facebook group.
Nana Made-In-China has also impersonated Jackie Appiah.
The Ghanaian model and actor was born Nana Mireku on May 25 in the ''early 90s''.
Meanwhile, Ghanaian teenager, Jeramy Botwe, has made global waves and dominated major headlines for his remarkable achievement after he received admission into all 15 universities he applied to including the eight Ivy League schools.
The universities include Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Standford, Brown, Dartmouth, Rice, Columbia, Cornell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Duke, University of Pennsyvaia, University of Texas, University of Houston and the University of Chicago.
17-year-old Jeramy Botwe studied at the Harmony School of Advancement in Houston, Texas, and graduated with a top GPA score of 4.51 for the class of 2019.
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