7 times Bawumia caught the attention on social media with his beautiful African-designed outfits

7 times Bawumia caught the attention on social media with his beautiful African-designed outfits

Unlike his boss, president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, who is almost always seen in African outfits, vice president, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia is mostly donned n suit.

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In as much as the vice president looks amazing in suit, one cannot help but to notice how handsome and stunning he looks when he wears African-crafted outfits.

Dr. Bawumia effortlessly rocks, kaftans, print-shirts, smocks etc.

YEN.com.gh has compiled seven pictures of Dr Mahamadu Bawumia in beautiful African-designed outfits.

Below are pictures of Bawumia;

1. Dr. Bawumia wore this beautiful two-colored(black and white) smock to have register for the new voters ID card.

2. Dr. Bawumia definitely looks good in blue-black. And oh, kaftan never looks bad on him.

3. As a true son of the land, he makes it a point to always wear a smock, which is officially an outfit for those from the Northern part of Ghana.

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4. Known in our local parlance as "agbada," Dr. Bawumia represented his African outfit at an international conference n New Delhi, India.

5. Dr. Bawumia looking sharp in his white colored white kaftan.

6. Dr. Mahamadu always looking good in a traditional outfit when he goes to the mosque.

7. Just like his boss, African print shirts look amazing on him.

In other news, the Vice President, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia, turns a year older today, October 7, 2020. Even as he turns 57 years, he definitely looks like a 45 year old. He looks nothing close to his age.

He was born in Tamale on October 7, 1963 to Alhaji Mumuni Bawumia and Hajia Mariama Bawumia.

He was born into a large family and is 12th of his father's 18 children and the second of his mother's five children.

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