- Photos showing a white woman in a traditional cloth sewn in Aba has stirred up conversations on Twitter
- Tweeps praised the woman who is married to an Anambra indigene for being proud of her husband's culture
- The woman said that the Senator style would work well on male and female figures
A white woman married to an Anambra man has rocked an Aba-made cloth made in the famous Senator style.
In a tweet on Sunday, March 9, the woman said the cloth looks good on both men and women, adding that her husband really knows what fits her.
The woman went ahead to appreciate her husband for the gift of love. She attached three photos of herself posing in the new wear.
See her post below:
As at the time of writing this report, her post has gathered more than 3,000 likes with tens of comments.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Oh wow. A white woman is the 1st woman I'm.seeing wearing a senator."
"This colour is rich.. I dey go sew am straight."
"It looks so good on you."
"Wow beautiful! Can it be delivered to me here in Dallas, am In interested."
"I really don't care where my cloth is made, as long it fits and looks good."
"We are proud of you. I love any woman who is proud of her husband."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young man with the Twitter handle @Linovin_ who looks Asian is undergoing the compulsory one-year National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) program and a photo of him generated so many reactions on social media.
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Sharing his picture in his NYSC uniform, @Linovin_ captioned it:
"Nigerian. Always and forever."
Many Nigerians had so many questions about his root. While some guessed that he could be mixed-race, others said that he may just be a naturalised Nigerian.