HARMATTAN hits hard and fierce, Ghanaians beg for its mercies

HARMATTAN hits hard and fierce, Ghanaians beg for its mercies

It is that time of the year when you just regret staying in West Africa! Harmattan is here again. And Ghanaians are gnashing their teeth on social media.

HARMATTAN hits hard and fierce, Ghanaians beg for its mercies

The Harmattan is a dry and dusty northeasterly trade wind which blows from the Sahara Desert over the West African subcontinent into the Gulf of Guinea between the end of November and the middle of March.

If you're waking up to an exceptional sensation of dryness and cold never think you are alone, some Ghanaians have already started sharing their "Harmattan ordeals" on Twitter.

In this season of dryness, some people are just willing to play it safe!

This user is giving us some Harmattan tips

CONTINUE reading these well laid out tips on how to keep moist during the Harmattan season.

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HARMATTAN hits hard and fierce, Ghanaians beg for its mercies

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