Dressing up for an occasion is a very important thing to do especially if the occasion is that important and would be well attended.
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For many politicians, Thursday, January 7 2021, was one of those very important days where they get to show up in their best outfit.
President-elect, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo was sworn into office for his second term at the forecourt of parliament on Thursday.
The event saw many dignitaries both locally and internationally attending the very much anticipated event.
For such an occasion, most of the ladies and even the men would prefer to show up in Kente
Kente is an indigenous Ghanaian fabric worn by most people on very special occasions and also especially by chiefs to show royalty.
YEN.com.gh has however identified some beautiful and outstanding outfit of some politicians who showed up to the event.
1. Mrs Akufo-Addo
The first lady showed up in a red dominated kente outfit stylishly designed for her personality.
She looked absolutely amazing.
2. Not only did she show up in style, her daughters also had beautiful kente outfits
3. Samira Bawumia
She was described on social media as the show stopper. Samira's fashion sense always makes a statement. Her beautiful green Kente outfit was the most talked about outfit at the event.
4. This woman right here looked simply amazing.
5. Adwoa Safo
Sarah Adwoa Safo's outfit look beautiful on her.
6. Ursula Owusu
This fearless woman looked absolutely stunning in her multi-colored Kente outfit.
7. Frema Osei Opare
Chief of staff, Frema Osei Opare looked evergreen as she was beautifully seated in her kente outfit. The colors blended perfectly well with her skin tone. Such beauty!
8. The former Member of Parliament for the Prestia Hinu valley constituency looked beautiful in her outfit just like the lady walking next to her.
9. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah could not be left out
In other news, the NPP MP for Tema West, Carlos Ahenkorah, has said he snatched ballot papers during the chaotic election for a speaker of Parliament to give President Nana Akufo-Addo “peace of mind to run the country.”
In a statement apologising for the despicable conduct, the former deputy trade minister stated that it was very tough for him to imagine having a speaker from an opposition party.
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