PHOTOS: DJ Switch dazzles at World Bank symposium

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Ghana’s youngest DJ, Erica Armah Tandoh popular called DJ Switch, has been killing her fashion style each time she appears at a public outing.

From beautiful dresses to rocking black suits like they were invented for her. But one thing she has been consistent in, is carrying a piece of the nation with her, whether in her art, attire or speeches.

This time, adorned in a beautiful Adowa traditional outfit, the youngest DJ appeared at the World bank African Society Symposium in Washington DC.

The outfit is usually worn by queen mothers of the Ashanti Kingdom or Adowa dancers -a traditional dance of the Ashantis.

DJ Switch performed in the outfit to the thrill of her audience.

The event, which took place at the office of the World Bank in Washington, saw participants from all over the world.

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The young disk Jockey has been travelling around the world for conferences, seminars and symposium with world leaders.

DJ Switch in USA

Gunning to leave her mark, the words and talents of the young girl always seem to dazzle her audience some of whom have been billionaire Bill Gates at his New York for GoalKeepers 2018, Grammy Award winner Wyclef Jean, at the “Room To Read” New York Gala and wife of Canada’s Prime Minister Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, at the Women Deliver Summit in Vancouver, Canada.

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DJ Switch on the red carpet Room To Read in New York City

DJ Switch in USA

DJ Switch and Sophie Grégoire Trudeau at the Women Deliver 2019 in Vancouver, Cannada.

-Joy

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