Pakistani tailor Sarfraz Akbar wins heart of former US President GW Bush

Pakistani tailor Sarfraz Akbar wins heart of former US President GW Bush
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KARACHI – Achieving distinction in the field has been a dream of almost every human being irrespective of what profession he/she has chosen.

The same happened with a Pakistani tailor, a profession not given importance in the society, who have won hearts of foreigners just because of his quality stitching.

Sarfraz Akbar , who runs a tailor shop named Ambassador in Zamzama, Karachi, was flown to the US through a private jet to assist with the wardrobe of George Walker Bush, the former president of the US , read a Facebook post.

The Karachi-based tailor, who has stitched dresses for various renowned personalities in the US , has also earned praises from Bush for his magnificent work.

Pakistan’s social media users also praised Akbar for achieving a distinguished customer. A user named Yousuf Marvi wrote, “It is such a good feeling to know – that my tailor is going places. He is an amazing guy.

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