Give us additional day for Friday-wear - Neskael to government
The fifth edition of the Neskael Corporate Show slated for November 16th, has been launched with a call on government to add another day to the current Friday for Ghanaians to dress in African wear.
Date Created : 10/18/2018 11:57:35 PM : Story Author : William Dei-Gyau/Ghanadistricts.com
This appeal was made by the Chief Executive Officer of Neskael Corporate Show, Mrs. Kous Louanges Mang when addressing the media at the official launch of this year's event at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel in Accra under the theme" Promoting made in Ghana wear through the corporate world and empowering women in fashion industry".
The Chief Executive highlighting on the objective of her outfit said "Our objective are to preserve the rich culture heritage of Ghana and Africa in the Corporate world through fashion, grooming and training in the fashion world, promote our Africa culture and heritage in the country, networking among companies, creating employment, promoting made in Ghana goods and services and getting government to add an additional day to Friday wear".
She was quick to add that: "we hope the general public will accept these our objectives to start the revolution in patronizing our beautiful products daily and we also trust that with you the media we will help in make these a reality".
Mrs. Kous Lounanges Mang ceased the opportunity to appreciate the efforts of government to make the vision of Neskael Corporate Show a reality by championing the course in promoting African wear in the country.
"I would like to express our sincere appreciation to the government for their support towards the revolution in patronizing African wear, Former President Mahama did well in African wear patronage and I must say President Akufo Addo is doing extremely grate in our home made products", she said.
The Marketing officer of the Neskael Corporate Show Mr. Osei- Owusu Kwame lamenting on the need for the additional day apart from Friday, he said “we don't need to wait till Friday before we look like Africans, we are African and that should be part of us from Sunday to Saturday, it is our responsibility to accept who we are and acknowledge what we have. I wish Ghanaians will take this up and change our mentality for our home made products".
This year’s event which is under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts and the Ghana Tourist Board will see the following activities at the show, Model catwalk, Sankofa Wednesday campaign, Trade fairs, Career Seminar, and Fundraising dinner towards the establishment of fashion and designer center of school, as well as awarding key persons in trade and fashion industry.