The mission to advance African print is at long last yielding the ideal outcomes. Throughout the most recent decade, the interest for and support of African wear has essentially soar. Africans are currently starting to invest wholeheartedly in their own items.
One motivation behind why this quick change is conceivable has been a direct result of the expanding support of famous people for made-in-Africa items. Numerous African famous people, particularly artists, have greatly exhibited the excellence of African wear in their music recordings, online media handles and something else.
In our own nation, Ghana, we have a perpetual rundown of VIPs who are brand envoys of different African print brands. These folks have reliably advertised the results of the separate brands, fundamentally expanding their interest and support around the world.
In this article, I'll be presenting you with 7 Ghanaian celebrities who make African print look beautiful and more attractive. Kindly check them out.
1. Jackie Appiah
2. Nana Ama McBrown
4. Jocelyn Dumas
5. Okyeame Kwame
6. Serwaa Amihere
7. Adjetey Anang
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