Ghanaian singer Patapaa Amisty, born Justice Amoah, literally brought the roof of the Fantasy Dome in Accra down as he led a choir to single one of the world's most popular Christmas carols.
The 'One Corner' hitmaker who was making an appearance at the 9th edition of MTN Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols mounted the stage and led a choir to sing 'Jingle Bells'.
The Fantasy Dome was electrified as Patapaa put in his own lyrics of the song and put his dance moves on display.
He was cheered on by the crowd as they screamed atop their voices as they jammed to the award-winning singer's rendition of the Christmas song.
The Swedru-based singer was seen in his trademark hairstyle and was clad in a yellow shirt over a pair of jeans.
He spurred on the choir to single the correct version of the song after his 'adulterated lyrics'.
"Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way. A catholic priest called me to come for some chicken," Patapaa was heard singing in Twi.
The 2018 edition of the MTN Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols.came of at the Fantasy Dome, Trade Fair, La, Accra.
Other artistes such as Kuami Eugene, Kwesi Arthur, Freda Rhymez and Joe Mettle also performed on the night.
The event was attended by many movers and shakers in Ghana's telecommunication and entertainment spaces.
MTN’s Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols is organised annually to usher MTN stakeholders and customers into the Christmas season and share in the joy of the season.
The Festival of Bible reading and singing of songs has emerged as a much-anticipated event deeply loved by customers of Ghana’s biggest telecommunication company.
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