This Xmas season, Ghanaians have again used humor to deal with life situations. Under the hashtag #NDCcarols where NDC of course stands for the ruling party National Democratic Congress, Ghanaians have written their own renditions of famous christmas carols. Here are my top 10.
O come all ye Ghanaians Darkened and corrupted Come ye , O come ye to dumsorland, Come and behold him, born from Borle- Bamboi #NDCcarols
— ThatGuyJunior (@JR_TWIST) December 23, 2015
Joy 2 de world, it's 6 o'clock!
Prepare 2 feel de heat!
oh charge ur fons….
nd "DUMSOR" we shal sing
nd mosquitoes shal byt #NDCcarols
— UsefulParamedic (@UsefulParamedic) December 17, 2015
Dums? ak? apr?, woaba b? to h?n biom, Donkor ekum h?n, w'ama dums? ato h?n. Dums? aaba, dums? aaba, dum no ak? ab?to h?n biom #NDCcarols
— Nana Sarpong Agyeman (@IngSarpong) December 16, 2015
I don't care about Ameri
METKA or General Electric
Just connect the power badge
All I want for Christmas is lights #NDCcarols
— Addjoa Henewaa (@addjoa) December 15, 2015
Silent night, dumsor night. All is dark cos there's no light. Round ur generators and power banks. #NDCcarols
— This is ?heRave™ (@DiJaymatic) December 15, 2015
?Light off bells, Light off bells
Ringing in my ears..
Oh i've got to charge my phone so i can still read funny tweets ? #NDCcarols
— T e r l e y ? (@GyphtyDoubleS) December 15, 2015
On the 1st day of Christmas mahama gave to me
24hrs dumsor, 50%tariff increment nd a poor road to ma hometown
On the 2nd day …#NDCcarols
— KofiAlex (@_kofialex_) December 15, 2015
— Efo Dela (@Amegaxi) December 15, 2015
Five months arrears;
Four years dumsor;
Three weeks no water;
Too many strikes;
And a dead goat in the front seat!!!
— Jo! (@joshuAnsah) December 15, 2015
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