President John Dramani Mahama showed up for his interview forgetting 'one man, one tailor' is also an option to explore.
No! We are not talking about way back in the 'abrab) ahy3ase3' days.
Remember when he visited the president of the United States of America, Barack Obama at the white house? Ghana first gentleman rocked a Kaftan with an impeccable black shoe that took all the shine from the first black president of the United States.
President Mahama also showed us all how to pull off a ‘white white’ when he showed up in church with the first lady by his side. It was as if he was touched by an angel.
Then there is his time in Rome, where he wore the usual smoke we’ve seen him wear in the usual spectacular way.
So it was quite surprising when the president of Ghana showed up for his interview with Metro TV’s Paul Adom Otchere on Good Evening Ghana in an unusual way.
In a world and age where tailored shirts are the trends, showing up for your interview in an oversized shirt is so 1992, the days when BIG shirts were the new normal.
For the president of Ghana, getting a good tailor for his ‘alteration’ should have been ‘Koko’ like EL’s popular song. However, it was difficult as finding meaning to M.anifest’s GodMC with respect to the white shirt President Mahama’s white shirt for his interview.
Now let’s stop the plenty talking. This is picture evidence.
Maybe, if politicians could stop throwing one this, one that around and enter into some mode for fashion inspiration, one man, one tailor could avoid all the dressing mishaps we see all over as they campaign for power.
Now go and sin no more as the 2016 Election approach.
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