- John Mahama, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) presidential candidate in the just-ended 2020 elections, has made merry
- He is seen in a video jamming to the popular love song Can’t Get Enough of You Baby song by Barry White
- Mahama sings and nods his head in enjoying the music while browsing on his phone
- Fans have admired him and called him beautiful names
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A video of former president John Mahama jamming to a popular love song, Can’t Get Enough of You Baby, by Barry White, has surfaced on the internet after his defeat in the 2020 Presidential Election.
Mahama is seen relaxing on his couch at night time with his phone in his hands while the music was being played in the background.
He sang along while slightly moving his body and nodding in enjoying the song.
Judging by Mahama’s demeanour in the video, it is clear that it is not a recent video as he is still nursing the pain from his electoral defeat.
Some people have reacted to the video and are in full admiration of the NDC president candidate for the 2020 elections.
She loves stonebwoy, Abena, and Mensymah, for instance, say Mahama is “guy”. That is a popular term used to describe someone who is classy and has good taste:
she_loves_stonebwoyb: “Guy guy man.”
abena.s: “Woye guy rough.”
mensymah_: “)y3 guy rough..:I just like him.”
Jenne wrote that Mahama is romantic:
jennedanso: “He be romantic rough man like this are my taste.”
Kweku could not get over Mahama:
kwekurick: “The swag alone, JM yet to see one of your kind.”
More lovely comments came through for Mahama:
icecream_limerickgh: “Money sweet oooh, if you don’t have some wey u go talk nonsense.. I love him.”
naaatsweitennis: “He get class wow.”
naski38: “i love Papa no too much.”
Meanwhile, Mahama has lost the 2020 Elections to his fiercest political rival, Akufo-Addo of the NPP.
He polled a total of 6,214,889 votes, representing 47.36%, while Akufo-Addo won with 6,730,413 votes, representing 51.59% of total vote cast.
It is clear that this year's election was keenly contested between the two political rivals, as observed by some political analysts.
Mahama and the whole of NDC have said they will not accept the results which they described as "flawed" elections.
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