The Parliament of Ghana was on Monday a rather hectic place as legislators and Ministers of State argued out their difference over the mid-year budget review as presented by Ghana's Minister of Finance.
Mr. Ken Ofori-Atta, in according with the Constitution of Ghana, was in parliament and subjected the budget review to be scrutinized by members of house.
As with the usual trend, the opposition National Democratic Congress were embroiled in an exchange with the ruling New Patriotic Party who are majority in parliament.
The Honourable, Aaron Mike Oquaye, has to intervened and bang his gavel a significant number of times to keep things in orders.
However, in all the commotion, the cameras of GhanaWeb TV captured the Member of Parliament for Dome Kwabenya seemingly oblivious to the proceedings as she looked fixated on fixing her looks.
Honorable Sarah Adwoa Safo was seen in the shot tugging at her wig, trying to pull it to a supposedly better position on her head.
The MP, who was sitting right next to Honourable Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu, was wearing long black curly wig.
With constant use by many celebrities and a massive increase in availability, the wearing of a wig in Ghana has become a fun way, women change up their regular looks and gain confidence.
It is often used by people, especially females, to change up how they looks without affecting the hair.
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