Ghana Month: How To Wrap Men’s Traditional Cloth (VIDEO)
The type of outfits worn on different occasions tell more of who we are and bestows some honour on the individual wearing that particular outfit.
Today’s episode on the Ghana Month Diary by The Ghana Report will focus on men’s fashion, specifically how men wrap their traditional cloth which is often worn to traditional marriages, funerals, church service, graduation ceremonies, enstoolment of Kings and Queenmothers and other important events in Ghana.
The Ghana Report reached out to one honourable man in Ghana who extensively illustrated the processes involved in wrapping the half (six yards) piece of cloth.
A man can either use a Kente or half piece of African print for the wrapping.
Watch the video on the processes below
Images of some royals and men in a wrapped traditional men’s cloth.
Otumfuo Nana Osei Tutu II – Asantehene
Nii Tackie Teiko Tsuru II- King of the Ga State (Ga Mantse)
Togbe Afede XIV
A groom in an elegantly wrapped kente cloth
Actor Majid Michel with others in a wrapped African print cloth