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5 Presidents Who Dared to Wear Traditional Clothes, Check Out The Unique Cloth Of Ghana President

Lovers of traditional fabrics don't seize to amaze us because of their courage to wear it to any kind of occasions they attend. However, we as admirers, we always take pleasure in watching their appearances and they become traditional promoters in the eyes of many of us even against all odds.

There are some politicians who don't value the suit and tie because it looks strange on their body, and there are even some of them who should wear traditional clothes more because it suits them better. Some of these personalities prefer outfits that fits them well in their customs and traditions.

Here are pictures of the 5 presidents who wears traditional clothes in public:

John kufuor

He was never scared of wearing traditional Ashanti outfits even in public functions. At major international meetings, the former president of Ghana never hesitated to wear Kita, you can see it in this picture of him with Queen Elisabeth of England.

Jacob Zuma

As we know, the former President of South Africa is very attached to his culture and never misses the opportunity to promote it in any case. He is seen in this picture in a typical South African outfit made from leopard skin, A real Zulu.

Roch Kabore

The Faso Dan Fani popularly known as (Burkinabe woven loincloth) no longer holds any secrets to the President of Burkina Faso who rarely wears the costume. This loincloth which is also making a comeback had been recognized as a symbol of revolution by Thomas Sankara.

Nana Akufo-Addo

The Ghanaian President is following in John Kufuor's footsteps very well. An excellent promoter of Ashanti culture. The traditional outfit he wore when he was inaugurated in 2017 has been remembered ever since.

Mahamadou Issoufou

The President of Niger's great boubous has never been overlooked. This traditional type of clothing provides uniqueness, presence and style.

Do you think other presidents should follow their footsteps to promote our culture? have your say let's hear from you

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