Ghanaian Fashionistas Celebrates Hon. John Mahama On His Birthday As He Always Celebrated African Fashion

by Nana Tamakloe
164 views
If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share!

 
Ghana Look Books 

Unlike many African presidents that always spoke but never proved, Ex President John Mahama was alwaays a stench supporter of the Ghanaian fashion industry. Despite being face with, what the nation be see as, more pressing issues, he always made an effort to keep the clothing industry as an item on his agenda.

(like for instant fb updates)
 

In 2017 John Mahama declared every first friday of the month a day to wear Batakari. A native northern Ghanaian attire that was booming at the time. By doing so it even had outfits trending online with many blogs covering it. Style girls began to endorse it and smock fabric producers began to see a rise in sales.




Not only that but he has been consistent when wearing traditional fabrics to the center stage of all African or international events, and in 2014 gave the Ghanaian shoe brand, Horseman Shoes, a massive endorsement in Parliament during the State of the Nation Address.

His administration would once in a while do a feature on young fashion brands, and his administration worked the most at dealing with the illegal imports of fabrics in Ghana. Did we forget to mention he ended dumsor (the ongoing light out situation in Ghana), helping many tailors complete their outfits ontime for their clients? Something that has been returned by Nana Addo.

And yes, there is much more than could and should have been done, but is there any other Ghanaian president that celebrate Ghanaian fashion more than him? No! So on this your birthday Mr John Mahama you are still our president.

View this post on Instagram

Meeting with Wa West Delegates. #GO4JM

A post shared by #GO4JM Campaign (@officialgo4jm) on



See More Look Books Here.

Related Posts

Leave a Reply (Comments with phone numbers will be deleted, Also if this is your first comment on FashionGHANA.com you will need to await approval)

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Close ✕

Currency Converter

Currency conversions change from time to time, this may alter the price of the outfit on a later date.

Price Filter

$$

Search Product Type

  • (183)
    • (2)
    • (3)
    • (142)
    • (7)
    • (1)
    • (1)
    • (16)
    • (1)
    • (1)
    • (9)
  • (20)
    • (6)
      • (4)
      • (1)
    • (1)
    • (7)
    • (2)
      • (2)
    • (4)
      • (2)
    • (1)
      • (1)
    • (2)
      • (2)
    • (1)
    • (2)
  • (184)
    • (32)
      • (1)
      • (3)
        • (1)
        • (2)
          • (2)
      • (7)
    • (23)
      • (4)
      • (1)
      • (4)
      • (1)
      • (1)
      • (4)
      • (6)
    • (1)
    • (47)
      • (9)
      • (7)
      • (2)
      • (33)
        • (1)
        • (2)
        • (4)
        • (2)
        • (2)
        • (6)
        • (1)
    • (102)
      • (2)
      • (46)
        • (2)
        • (3)
        • (1)
        • (6)
        • (4)
        • (6)
        • (1)
        • (1)
        • (1)
        • (10)
        • (3)
        • (3)
        • (2)
        • (3)
        • (3)
      • (12)
        • (1)
        • (4)
        • (5)
      • (38)
        • (1)
        • (1)
        • (2)
        • (13)
        • (2)
        • (1)
        • (4)
        • (3)
        • (3)
        • (2)
        • (5)
        • (2)
        • (2)
        • (2)
        • (1)
        • (1)
      • (9)
      • (16)
        • (1)
        • (1)
        • (2)
        • (8)
        • (1)
        • (2)
        • (1)
      • (5)
      • (10)
        • (3)
        • (6)
        • (2)
    • (1)
      • (1)
1
Subscribe To FashionGHANA.com
Get All The Latest Updates In Trends, Style & the African Fashion Industry
No Thanks
Thanks for signing up. You must confirm your email address before we can send you. Please check your email and follow the instructions.
We respect your privacy. Your information is safe and will never be shared.
Don't miss out. Subscribe today.
×
×