He is fashion centred. Anything he wears new style of dress it just catches attention and causes controversies on social media.
He owns the deluxe men’s fashion outlet located at North Kaneshie in Accra named 247 Zara Butik hence his nickname Zaraman.
Speaking with Dave Hammer on Hello Fm’s ‘Entertainment Review’, Osebo declared that so far none can be compared to him in terms of dressing because it will take a man with three balls to dress like him in Ghana.
Osebo also said his way of dressing is nothing new as already some top Ghanaian personalities have don it to their various occasions, Talking of Paul Adom Otchere of Metro TV, KKD, and others but how better he put it on in the dressing that has got fans, colleagues and followers talking about him the most.
The Zaraman is usually recognized with the wearing of the famous Scottish kilt which is mostly known in Ghana as ‘Skirt’ and he has established a slot for himself as one of the best trendsetters in Ghana.
See some pictures of the King of fashion Osebo the Zaraman below,
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