Hit or Miss? This is the President’s outfit everyone’s talking about (PHOTOS, TWEETS)

Jon Ghana

by Isi Esene

President Goodluck Jonathan shelved his trademark dark Niger Delta traditional outfit and the classic black bowler hat for something different on Friday on his return trip from Ghana where he attended the 45th Session of ECOWAS Heads of States and Governments meeting in Accra.

The President settled for a change of style wearing a creamy white flowing Babanriga, with a black cap and a matching shoe.

The presidential style change, however, drew reactions on Twitter with many followers wondering why our usually laid back president chose to ‘socks up’ his native attire.

Check out his looks here:

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And the Twitter reactions follow:

 

@edonbetter, however, couldn’t be bothered about the ‘great socks scandal’, his curiousity dwelled mainly on why the First Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan, didn’t accompany the President on his Ghana trip.

His question below:

Well, that’s a question only the President’s media handlers can answer. Over to you, Reno.

Have a great weekend guys; socks or not.

Comments (2)

  1. is dressing a criteria for change. we Nigerians dont knw want from our leaders. if he lik let him wwar native and suit join. .

  2. Good dressing, but finishing is bad – with that white socks. Absolutely took the shine off the whole thing.

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