Yesterday speaker of Parliament stormed the sitting with a local dress. Do you know the secret behind Alban Bagbin's dress code? He has shared his motive behind his unique attire. Check out the hidden secret here and it's amazing and loving.
The Hon. speaker of parliament Alban Bagbin has drop why he dressed to parliament like that. In a Twitter post He said, "Hon. Members, this is the Parliament of Ghana, a unique made in Ghana product and we must showcase and market it to the world as a brand".
Watch the post below.
This message by the speaker is interesting. He has shown some kind of patriotism. Ghanaian culture should be brandished to the world.
This is the type of leaders we need in Ghana. Those who will lay down the carpet for the citizens to walk on it. Our leaders should exhibit these behaviors for their out role models.
Do you think it was the right time and the right place to wear this local attire? Leave you comment below.
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