Ghana introduces locally made African attires as school uniforms (see photos)
By Xeedyep | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 3 views
Ghana just introduced African attires to be used as school uniforms, these locally made attires will serve as the uniforms of some schools in Ghana, most of the schools haven't accepted the terms yet but probably would very soon.
Some people liked the idea of using African attires for school uniforms but most of the people didn't buy the idea, they said it has no effect on the schools improvement. These attires were said to be one of the best in town for now. The idea of using locally made African attires as school uniforms didn't come from the president or the government but the people itself, they decided to introduce the use of Local African attires as school uniforms.
Here are some of the pictures
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