The Chief of Staff, Akosua Frema Osei-Opare, has provided some insight into the need for the second kaba fabric wrapped around the kaba and slit clothing.

Speaking in an interview on Personality Profile on Thursday, she said that it was necessary because it helps the women in several ways.

According to her, she learned this lesson on the second kaba cloth the hard way during her second employment with the Institute of Statistical, Social, and Economic Research (ISSER), where she had to follow women to know their challenges as a research assistant.

“I was trusted by my supervisor to go into the field, go to all these fishing communities in Central Region and interact with fisher folks both fishermen and women. Sit in mummy truck and go all the way from market to market just following women to see what they go through…the challenges they face,” she said.

She added “so when the mummy truck breaks down and the women put their second cloth on the floor to sleep while the car is been fixed and you are in the dress and then you know that you haven’t learned,” she told Lexis Bill.

She gave an example of when she found herself lacking without the second cloth.

“There was a time I was in a mini skirt and then lying on the floor. It didn’t help at all,” she stated.



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