The minority in Parliament wore mourning red and black outfit to grieve State of the Nation Address.
The minority in Parliament are clad in mourning red and black outfit to grieve President John Mahama’s State of the Nation Address.
This is the second time the minority wore mourning attire to parliament to welcome the president’s state of the nation address.
The dress code, according to some minority members is a way to tell the president that Ghanaians are suffering.
However, on the part of some majority members who dressed in white, they said it is to show that the NDC have done so much in developing the country amidst the power crisis.