When it comes to fashion, Nigerians don't disappoint. This doesn't exclude some politicians in the country who have come to be identified with their unique dressing styles. Legit.ng goes into the Senate and brings you seven senators you will find in this category.
Below is a list of Nigerian senators with unique dressing styles.
1. Senator Ibikunle Amosun
The lawmaker representing Ogun Central senatorial district is known for his long pointed Yoruba cap. This was the same style of dressing he adopted when he was governor of the state.
Amosun is a member of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).
2. Senator Ifeanyi Ubah
Senator Ifeanyi Ubah is the lawmaker representing Anambra South senatorial district at the upper chamber. You will find Ubah wearing an embroidered cap or a hat.
The first-time senator is a member of the Young Progressive Party (YPP).
3. Senator Ali Ndume
The lawmaker representing Borno South at the Senate enjoys wearing white agbada with a white cap. He is a member of the APC and has been in the Senate since 2011.
4 Senator Opeyemi Bamidele
Opeyemi Bamidele is representing Ekiti Central senatorial district at the upper chamber. The senator usually wears his white cap on a native attire. He is a member of the ruling APC.
5. Senator Ajibola Basiru
The lawmaker representing Osun Central district is a first time-time senator. He enjoys wearing native attires with three-quarter trousers.
6. Senator Ajayi Boroffice
Senator Boroffice most times appears in the Senate with white native attire, white cap and white footwear. The senator is representing Ondo North senatorial district.
He the deputy leader of the Senate and a member of the APC.
7. Senator Yisa Orker-Jev
The lawmaker representing Benue Northwest senatorial district at the upper chamber enjoys wearing native attire with a white and black stripe cap.
He is a member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously compiled a list of 4 young and stylish kings in Yorubaland. Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi, made the list.
The traditional ruler of Iwo is a king whose sense of fashion has distinguished him among Yoruba monarchs. The young controversial king has continued to urge people to promote the Yoruba culture by wearing local attires.