It's often said that, when you go to Rome, do as the Romans do. This idiomatic expression perfectly depicts the current lifestyle of Finance Minister, Hon Ken Ofori Atta's beautiful wife.
She has contributed massively well to the wellbeing of Ghanaians, she's also a mother of four. Angela Lamensdorf Ofori Atta has adapted to our way of life by wearing and rocking our African prints to almost every major event held in the country.
She sometimes wears different styles of Slit and Kaba and around her neck is our beautiful beads, used as necklace. A little bit of Education, Slit and Kaba are matching outfits designed or suited in different formats, depending upon the owners choice or preference. Kaba is the one worn at the top whiles Slit is worn at the down.
Our African seamstress are gifted, and whatever they put their hands to craft looks marvelous.
My question is, if somebody, who is not a Ghanaian, can badly promote and export our culture and heritage through her dresses, what's preventing we the citizens from doing same? Something worth pondering on.
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