- Osebo has indicated in a video that Ghanaians cannot match Nigerians in terms of fashion
- The Zara rep in Ghana noted that Nigerians were more trendy as compared to Ghanaians
- Richard Brown in a fashion enthusiast and was recently interviewed by BBC
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Ghanaian male fashion CEO and owner of Zara boutique in Ghana, Richard Brown, well known as Osebo or better still, Nana Aba Anamoah's baby daddy, has indicated that when it comes to fashion, Nigerians are more trendy than Ghanaians.
Osebo, in a YouTube interview sighted by YEN.com.gh, revealed that Nigerians are very fashionable and better than their Ghanaians in that regard.
According to Osebo, many Nigerians had come to accept his kilt clothes more than Ghanaians and were demanding them.
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Osebo indicated that the reason for this trend was that Nigerians had a huge population and easily accepted things that were in vogue.
Richard Brown, stated that even though he would receive backlash for his comments, it was a fact that Ghanaians had the tendency of discouraging entrepreneurs.
Apart from that Osebo said that many of his critics were his very own fellow Ghanaians who teased him over his 'skirt-like' dresses.
He went on to recount how Nigerian social media influencers like Tundeednut promoted his works for free.
According to Osebo, he was working on some sixteen orders from Nigeria who were all requesting his viral fashion choice.
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Osebo indicated that fashion had now become a sort of madness and that he was not moved by people who did not know how the times have changed in terms of fashion.
He was recently interviewed by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) over his entrepreneurial acumen.
Osebo is noted as the only Zara representative in Ghana. He came into the limelight when he was revealed as the father of on-screen personality, Nana Aba Anamoah's son, Paa Kow
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a video of actresses Tracey Boakye and Gloria Kani, who is now a preacher, talking about ex-president John Dramani Mahama, has resurfaced on social media following their controversies.
The video which was sighted by YEN.com.gh saw the then two actresses and supporters of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) having a conversation.
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While still talking, Tracey Boakye asked Gloria Kani what the former president had done for her.