Best Dressed Politicians In Ghana
Almost everyone loves to compete because we believe it is a way to experience progress. We compete in almost a lot of fields but the dress-up fashion department is one many fiercely compete in.
To dress up or slay has over the years been linked to the creative industry as players try to stand out among the rest.
But as strange as it may seem slaying has some way somehow penetrated the political space were not long ago were tagged as “book-long” people always thinking of ways to implement policies that only benefit them.
As funny as it may sound some politicians slay” more than your best and favourite “slayers”.
I’m certain you’ve already seen a lot of lists online touching on the best-dressed celebrities in Ghana. Lists that have been put together just for the sake of it with little detail.
Knowing how StylusGh takes the business of fashion seriously. Here’s a well thought out list of five Ghanaian best-dressed politicians who leave us feeling inspired to up our fashion game.
Ghanaian politician and the Second Lady of the Republic of Ghana, Samira Bawumia. She is married to the Vice President of Ghana, Mahamudu Bawumia, with whom she has four children.
She is one of the Fashion-forward people in the political world of Ghana who wears made in Ghana clothes and showcases the amazingly talented people we have in this country.
Her style of fashion is modest, simple, and a touch of sophistication as is seen in her headbands and usually long-sleeved clothes. Her makeup is always flawless.
She has been acclaimed on social media as one of the best-dressed public figures in Ghana.
Kojo Oppong Nkrumah
Ghanaian politician and Lawyer, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah is the Member of parliament for the Ofoase-Ayirebi constituency.
Kojo is married to Akua and has three Children; Kwaku, Afua, and Kofi. Before joining politics, Mr. Oppong Nkrumah had worked with British American Tobacco as a Treasury Analyst.
He also worked as a broadcast journalist with Joy FM of the Multi-Media Group where he hosted the “Super Morning Show”. He later left Joy FM and established his own Private Equity Firm, West Brownstone Capital.
Sarah Adwoa Sarfo
Sarah Adwoa Safo is a Ghanaian lawyer and politician. She always chooses local vendors to sew her elegant dresses and she rocks everyone of them beautifully with matching shoes, flawless makeup, and hairdo.
Every outfit of hers is creativity, originality, and simply exquisite and unique. She is no doubt one of the best dressed among the fellow female politicians.
She got married on 17 August 2019 with her boyfriend, Hanny Mouhtiseb.
John Dumelo is a Ghanaian actor, farmer, and politician. He is one of the most stylish male politicians in Ghana.
He always looks ethereal in Kaftan and African print shirts paired with denim jeans or black trousers. John in 2018 launched his clothing line, J.melo, and T-shirts.
The designs are currently on sale in both Ghana and Nigeria.
From acting to farming to politics to now establishing a clothing line, only time will reveal the next thing that is up John Dumelo’s sleeves.
Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings
One of the people who set fashion trends in Ghana is Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings, Ghana’s former First Lady. With an impeccable sense of style, she steps up to every occasion with glitz and glam in a variety of indigenous fabrics in vibrant colours that get heads turning.
She often wears African Print, Kente, Lace and all sorts of colourful fabrics sewn into the popular ‘Kaba and Slit’ style we know. One of her major signature pieces is the headwrap which comes in vibrant fabrics and colours and wherever you meet her, you are likely to see her in a headwrap that comes in various styles.
She has been in the lead of women empowerment in Ghana and has been pivotal in encouraging women to participate in politics in Ghana.
Earlier this year, Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings she revealed that she decided on her own to keep wearing local fabrics among other objectives, to promote the local textile industry.
She also recalled how her decision to wear local fabrics went a long way to influence other African first ladies to patronise African fabrics. It was due to some of these reasons she was celebrated at the Fashion Connect Africa event, which was aimed at bridging the gap between the global fashion industry and the indigenous African fashion industry.