Set in history and proudly attired by honourable men to vividly highlight the people’s culture and identity, Ghana’s Kente, a national asset is intelligently hand-knitted with colourful fabric by weavers.
The unique Ghanaian traditional luxury cloth has made a huge impact on the international fashion industry, past and present. And certainly would in the future. Recently in history, members of Ghana’s Parliament in 1971 owned the beautiful national cloth.
The viral photo of past honourable members attired in Kente is currently making rounds on social media and Ghanaians are full of praises for their forbears. Others have suggested that perhaps ‘‘our ‘modern’ honourable members should start wearing more traditional outfits.’’
Young Son Leslie stated “no wonder they made sound decisions”
Some are relating the state of the suited parliaments to the bad decisions politicians are making in the interest of other foreign nations.
William Awinador-kanyirige Stated “They show by example!
Promote domestic fashion industry.”
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