See the most swagalicious politician in Nigeria.
Many think that having a great fashion sense completely boils down to having lots of cash. Yes, having cash is an additional factor for someone to wear great cloths. But I have seen men with that are very wealthy and they do not care about being fashionistas, or wearing the latest cloth. People like Bill Gates, Dangote don't really care about fashion. Though their cloths are of quality. But we have other business men, politicians that are very good at fashion. They don't joke with designer cloths. They don't allow age to affect their fashion.
Sen Dino Melaye is the most swagalicious politician in Nigeria. The Kogi politician is known for a flamboyant lifestyle. He wears the latest designer cloths. Well, he is still a young politician that have the money. There is no law against a politician wearing a designer cloth or looking great.
If you have the money to buy designer cloths, do buy. Everyone can not be the same. In as much as the fashion cloths he wears is moral, that's good.
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