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Video: Wedding Guests Dance To ‘Mahama Onaapo’ Campaign Song
Source: Tongagh.com   |   December 13, 2016   |  798 Views


A campaign song is the last track one would expect to be played at a wedding. Such songs are supposed to propel a political party to victory and not for weddings.

But a video has surfaced online of wedding guests busily dancing to the popular ‘Mahama Onaapo’ song that was supposed to help President John Mahama and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to victory.

That victory proved elusive after the December 7 polls paving the way for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), who emerged winners.

Hiplife artiste, Barimah Sidney has even done a remix of the song.

It is still unclear where the video was recorded but the wedding guests seem to have had a great time with the song.

Watch the video below:

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