- 2 Ghanaian women have been spotted dancing wildly to NDC's campaign song while wearing NPP-branded t-shirts
- This has created some level of confusion on social media as it became unclear which political colour the ladies actually bore
- Perhaps, the conclusion many might draw is the fact that these two women were indifferent about the two major political parties in Ghana
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Two women who have been captured dancing wildly to a campaign song by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) are fast going viral on social media.
In a video spotted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Facebook handle of Mina Vich More, a branded NDC vehicle had speakers that played the campaign song and the ladies decided to turn the street into a serious dancefloor.
However, it was not the manner in which they danced energetically that was the most intriguing part of the show they put up.
Watch the video below:
The two ladies had boldly worn t-shirts that were branded with the flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party's (NPP) photos, which is to suggest that they support the leading party.
This has, therefore, created a level of confusion as to what exactly the women were trying to portray as their political interest because they seemed excited about both NDC and NPP.
Perhaps, the conclusion many might draw is the fact that these two women were indifferent about the two major political parties in Ghana and were simply having pure fun.
In other YEN news, Gavor Edudzi Samuel, a gentleman who graduated from senior high school with 7As and was denied admission into medical school at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science (KNUST) and Technology, has graduated as a medical doctor.
Samuel bagged his doctoral degree at the University of Health and Allied Science (UHAS) at Ho and became part of the first batch of medical doctors produced by UHAS.
Information obtained directly by YEN.com.gh indicates that the brilliant young man, after he was denied Medicine at KNUST, studied Food Science at the school for one year and emerged as the best student before quitting to pursue Medicine UHAS.
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