Queen Mother Ophelia Owusuaa Portrays Ghanaian Kente In Arizona ( USA)admin
On Saturday, November 4, 2017, the Kente Diner Dance was hosted in Arizona.
This annual event was aimed at raising funds to support the Ghana Association of Adopted Children with Intellectual Disabilities at Dzorwulu Special School, Ghana.
At the event, there was a glamorous display of rich Ghanaian culture, especially through the Kente.
Surprisingly Ophelia Owusuaa was one of the Queen mothers from Aduana clan. She showed off her adowa dancing skills to amazed everyone, also there were other Queen mothers who were perfectly cultured.
Various stylists gave the cloth a twist at the event which made it special and appealing to the eyes of those who attended the show.
Also, some traditional rulers from Ghana who are based in Arizona graced their events. They were clad in the finest of Kente and thrilled the guests with traditional Royal dances to put the icing on the cake.
The Kente Dinner Dance of Arizona is an annual event organized by the Ghana Association of Arizona to raise funds in support of a just course in the country.