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7 Nigerian senators with unique dressing styles (Photos)

Nigeria is a country that is truly blessed and graced with fashion and when it come to fashion, Nigerians don't joke with it. 

Fashion doesn't involve only the citizen in the country, our politicians in the country are also involved since the understood and identified uniqueness in fashion and in dressing styles.

Senator are part of the political circle in Nigeria and they always like to look good and dress in different styles which suit the occasion or place they are going.

With that, let's take at 7 senators with unique dressing styles. 

1. Senator Ibikunle Amosun:

He is a lawmaker of Ogun Central senatorial district and also a member of the ruling All Progressives Congress in Nigeria. 

AMOSUN is known for his long pointed Yoruba cap. 

2. Senator Ifeanyi Ubah:

He is a senator representing Anambra South senatorial district at the upper chamber and also a member of the Young Progressive Party (YPP).

He loves wearing an embroidered cap or a hat.

3. Senator Ali Ndume:

The Senator enjoys wearing white agbada with a white cap and he has been in the Senate level since 2011.

4. Senator Opeyemi Bamidele:

The senator always wear his white cap on a native attire and he is an active member of the ruling party, APC.

5. Senator Ajibola Basiru:

He loves wearing native attires with three-quarter trousers.

6. Senator Ajayi Boroffice:

Senator Ajayi loves wearing a white native attire, white cap and white footwear as his own fashion stylish dressing. It looks good on him always.

7. Senator Yisa Orker-Jev:

The senator represents Benue Northwest senatorial district.

He loves wearing a native attire with a white and black stripe cap.

As you can see, Nigerians don't joke fashion in any way even our politicians value fashion because it make them look good and attractive. 

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