Lai Mohammed stirs controversy after wearing suit on ‘agbada’ [PHOTOS]

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The Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has sparked a slew of controversy on the Nigerian social media after he was pictured wearing a jacket atop ‘agabda.’

Agbada is one of the names for a flowing wide sleeved robe worn by men in mostly West Africa region.

The minister, who paid a guided tour to Real Madrid Stadium, Santiago Barnabeu, Madrid, Spain was lensed wearing a flowing skyblue cloloured agbada with a dust grey jacket on top and a traditional cap.

Some Nigerians, who were stunned at the minister’s sense of dressing, called for immediate psychiatrist test on him.

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Some reactions below.

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@ nkuuse lol this man is good at disgracing Nigerians, sir it’s not funny

@thesiciliannA top government official with a conscience will not be doing this just days after such a massive kidnap of school children.

When lies supercedes and precedes everything he does, the he must dress this way.
wearing a coat (that one no be suit) on top agbada. grin grin grinlai3541254312

@adecz: A whole Minister of the FRN, so excited & behaving like one common tourist because
he is visiting Real Madrid Stadium.
See him ‘testing’ all the seats like one village man from……. Where sef??
PMB & his Charlie, Charlie ministers sef. See dressing like Jagwa or Wizard Of Oz….

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