Ghana’s second lady, Samira Bawumia is gradually becoming a fashion icon following the classy attire she wears for public events.
Samira’s elegant dress she wore for the Ghana @60 independence celebration at the Black Stars Square has generated controversy on what is appropriate for a married Muslim woman can wear.
The controversy which started on social media has brought to fore whether or not Samira Bawumia’s dress faith-inspired or just fashion.
It has also brought about the age old topic of morals and religion. YEN.com.gh has below some of the interesting views and opinions on the dress of the second lady.
Shamless second lady and disgrace to muslims,dont beauty pargent in the presidency.show maturity not Fashionate dress.ur the ever disgrace second and first lady Ghana has ever had.didnt u c how NaNa kodadu Rawlings,madam Theresa Kuffour,Naado mills,lordina Mahama, Rebecca Akuffo Addo Paakwasi wife.Alhaji Aliyu Mahama wife dresses when their husbands are in office?madam we don't like Wat ur doing dress like mother of Ghana to as,Especaialy as u are Muslim.mr vice president check ur wife dressin before she comes out,today u are superb bt as of ur wife she is out of the line koraaaa,she is incompetent," one Kayim posted on Facebook.
Rahmat Ayyub Ainooson said: As for beauty hmm she is extremely beautiful but the question is what will make a matured Muslim woman and a popular figure like her refuse to wear the veil especially in public? Hmm. God have mercy on us!
Mohammed Nasir Maburuka addeddded: Please why all this talking everyone has his where of living if she is a Muslim and don't dress like a Muslim so be it,after all is between her and her God and more over please stop compering Muslim to Arab woman please even them not all of them are Muslim and some of them don't understand the true Muslim woman live islam out of this please
So from the sample of comments from Ghanaians above, do you think Samira's dress was faith-inspired or just fashion. Share your opinions on Facebook and Twitter.