Mahama reportedly adopts 'Borborleborbor' as campaign song for election 2020

Mahama reportedly adopts 'Borborleborbor' as campaign song for election 2020

- John Dramani Mahama in his quest for a second term as president of the Ghana has started his campaign early

- Inside the fantasy dome at the trade fair centre, it was all dancing as one song kept playing as votes were still being sorted

Despite the fact that flag bearers of the various political parties are yet to be elected to lead the various political parties ahead of the 2020 elections, fans from all the political factions are seriously warming up.

Out of the about 13 candidates vying for the position of the flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), it looks as if former president, John Dramani Mahama is the most popular among the candidates.

However, John Dramani Mahama in his quest for a second term as president of the Ghana has started his campaign early even though the race for the flag bearership for the National Democratic Congress has not come off.

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Inside the fantasy dome at the trade fair centre, it was all dancing as one song kept playing as votes were still being sorted.

The song which is a rendition of Gospel artiste, Evangelist IK Aning’s hit song ‘Borborleborbor’ throws a direct jab at Nana Akuffo Addo and his party, the NPP.

The song throws more light on what the NDC describes as irrelevant

policies and programmes.

It also talks about mismanaging the country’s economy

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