- Briefly.co.za gave everyday Ghanaians the opportunity to pour out their views regarding the new jersey that has been introduced for the Black Stars
- Many people had insightful submissions regarding the entire conversation that is still trending on social media
- However, one of the most rib-cracking comments was how one gentleman explained that the design was a perfect funeral attire for Ghanaians
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Many Ghanaians have been airing their views regarding the newly-introduced jersey design for the senior men's national football team, the Black Stars.
This happened when Briefly.co.za gave everyday Ghanaians the opportunity to pour out their hearts after the new designs started causing a stir on social media.
As Briefly.co.za previously reported, the most telling feature is the horizontal and vertical line design which runs through the front of the kit, in both the home and away jerseys.
Watch the full interview with Ghanaians below:
One of the ladies who was spoken to by Philip Abutiate of Briefly.co.za indicated that the jersey was not nice, mainly because it appeared like an inadequate copy of Kente cloth design, which is popular in Ghana.
However, one of the most hilarious comments came from a man who mentioned that the jersey was a perfect funeral cloth for Ghanaians.
According to him, the away jersey had red and black, which is used in mourning the dead on Saturdays and the home jersey has white, which is perfect for funeral thanksgiving on Sundays.
He went a step further to thank the authorities for granting Ghanaians pieces of cloth they can use at funerals, which are highly important events in Ghana.
In another interesting report by Briefly.co.za, Kwadwo Safo Kantanka Jnr, the CEO of the Kantanka Group of Companies and the Kantanka Automobiles, for that matter, has unveiled a new improvement, clients should expect from the company.
In a video sighted by Briefly.co.za on the personal Twitter handle of the renowned Ghanaian CEO, he showed off a fingerprint technology to ignite a combustion engine.
According to him, the feature is one of many other exciting developments that should be anticipated at the 40th Tech Expo, which will happen in December 2020.
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