The General Secretary of the ruling NDC, Johnson Asiedu Nketiah who has been in the news these couple of days over a winter coat he wore during a visit to Germany with President Mahama, has explained the situation by indicating that the coat is in fact his wifeís which he mistakenly took on the trip.
The coat which the chief scribe wore when the entourage was welcomed on their arrival in Germany attracted wide public scrutiny over the gender identity of the coat, with a lot of people suggesting that the coat is actually a feminine one looking at itís design and style.
After the picture of the coat went viral, social media fanatics took the opportunity to create memeís to poke fun at the General secretary.
In an interview from his German base, the NDC General Secretary clarified the unfortunate incident by stating that, the coat is indeed a feminine one which belongs to his wife but he mistakenly took it whiles packing for the trip since they both have the same color. ďThese things happen my brother. The coat in question actually belongs to my wife, I bought both from the same store and they have the same colour.
Whiles packing my bags for the trip, I mistakenly took hers and only realised the mistake when I opened my bag to wear it when we got here. There wasnít much time to go and buy a new one so I had to wear it like that, after all, isnít it to protect me from the cold? I know the NPP will make fun of me but I can also hit my chest and say that Iím the only political party executive to chart a new fashion trend. Donít be surprised if you see this in town soon because the German officials congratulated me for being a real man to wear ladies winter coat.Ē From all indications, it looks like our man is on his way to become a trend setter.
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