Popular Nigerian media entrepreneur and political activist, Adebola Williams has revealed why he is always dressed in red caps and white kaftans.
Adebola Williams who appeared on Mercy Johnson’s cooking show, ‘Mercy Menu’ in an interactive interview claimed that he can’t put a number to the number of white dresses and red caps that he has in his wardrobe.
The 35-year-old journalist who also doubles as a motivational speaker revealed that he wears white dress and red caps as a way of symbolizing the sense and the pride in who we are and in what we do.
He pointed to the fact that we communicate in different ways through the style of dressing, the way we speak and carry ourselves.
“Everything we do communicates, the way we dress, the way we speak and carry ourselves….and one of our problems is that we don’t have a strong foundation in our identity so we waiver with every doctrine that comes..so i wanted to begin to symbolize the sense and the pride in who we are and in what we do so that is why I’m always dressed like this everywhere, in different continents…sending a message of who we are…so i say to myself i carry the blessing and body of my people….at first i wanted red and color, red is my company logo…i tried red and black but i felt it was very loud so i tried white and it spelt confidence so i stuck with it” Debola Williams explained.