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‘Bold cat’ resting on top of Ursula Owusu’s expensive sunglasses causes social media stir [Photo]

Minister for Communications and Member of Parliament for Ablekuma West Constituency, Ursula Owusu got many folks talking when she shared a photo on her Facebook page, wearing glasses made by Anna-Karin Karlsson.

The optical lens, with the designer tag Rose et le rêvesells at an average price of €940 (GH₵6,590 Cedis) but that didn’t spark the reactions except for the bold cat that rested atop her sunglasses.

Ursula Owusu shows off her Anna-Karin Karlsson's Rose et le rêve optical glasses
Ursula Owusu shows off her Anna-Karin Karlsson‘s Rose et le rêve optical glasses

The silver jaguar got so much attention to the extent that the former Member of Parliament (MP) for Kumbungu, Ras Mubarak requested for one with the condition that the jaguar will be substituted with an umbrella.

Clearly, Mr Mubarak was taking advantage of the jaguar to depict his love for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) party which has the Umbrella as a party emblem.

But, Ursula Owusu, whose husband owns an eye clinic at East Legon, replied Ras Mubarak, saying she was willing to supply him under the clause that it will be an elephant on top of his glass since she was with the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

Ras Mubarak interacts with Communications Minister Ursula Owusu over her  Anna-Karin Karlsson sunglasses
Ras Mubarak interacts with Communications Minister Ursula Owusu over her Anna-Karin Karlsson sunglasses

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The Minister for Communications posted the photo with the caption: Where words are restrained, the eyes often talk a great deal – giving subtle credit to her husband’s clinic.

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‘Bold cat’ resting on top of Ursula Owusu’s sunglasses causes stir on social media

She wore the glasses to the maiden Girls in ICT for Tertiary Students initiative where 50 young women were trained – aimed at giving the ladies exposure into the world of possibilities through ICTs to bridge the digital gender divide.

Ursula Owusu at Girls in ICT Day initiative
Ursula Owusu at Girls in ICT Day initiative

Below are some reactions to the glasses on social media:

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