Just as the corona virus, the second wave of Dumsor is on and it is in the era of H E Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo. Dumsor was quite synonymous to former president HE John Dramani Mahama. But Nana Addo is fast approaching that line.
Sarkodie a Ghanaian musician cum rapper is one person who doesn't shy away from making his feelings known on national issues. He has composed numerous songs to react to the hottest national issues most musicians wanders away from. Popular of those songs are , Inflation, Dumsor and the current one Happy days.
Most Ghanaians are with the view that Sarkodie favours the incumbent government. His "Happy Days" song ahead of the election 2020 was seen as a campaign song for the NPP by the opposition party NDC.
The incumbent government claimed to have solved it permanently but Dumsor is back again. And fans are watching Sarkodie to see what he has to say about it. Will it be a "DUMSOR" remix? We will see about that.
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