Richard Opoku popularly known as Osebo the Zara man is a Ghanaian businessman and fashion influencer. He rose to fame with his “skirt” type of dressing. He is also the father of Nana Aba Anamoah’s son.
Since yesterday, he has been trending on social after he was posted by African Facts Zone on Twitter and was tagged as a fashionista from Ghana.
Some Ghanaians commented that they don't know him and they think he is a Nigerian and belongs to the Igbo clan.
Quickly, the Nigerians also replied that they don’t also know him because men in their country don’t wear skirts and call it fashion. And they also pushed him to the South Africans claiming he is from their country.
The South Africans also commented that he is probably from Namibia or Kenya because they have not heard of him before.
What do you think of Osebo the Zara man’s dressing and which country do you think he should belong to? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.
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