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NDC Can Use My Song To Campaign Against NPP – Epixode

NDC Can Use My Song To Campaign Against NPP – Epixode

NDC Can Use My Song To Campaign Against NPP – Epixode

Ghanaian artiste Epixode has given the green light for the opposition NDC to use his latest song, “wahala dey” in their campaign should they ever desire.

The song produced by Dream Jay is a classic piece that addresses the problems Ghana has been inundated with in recent times, Zionfelix.net after critically listening to the song can tell. Issues like corruption, underdevelopment, poverty, security and the missing Takoradi girls are all skillfully captured in the song.

With the next general elections a little over a year away, most people believe the song properly jabs the ruling government and as such is the perfect campaign song. Speaking on Zylofon FM and keenly monitored by Zionfelix.net, Epixode revealed his motivation for the song wasn’t malicious but stemmed out of a need to talk about happenings in the country.

When asked if he would consent to the song being used by the NDC he said, “why not, we are working and its all work”.

He however stressed his desire to have the message of the song reach multitudes in the country.

Listen to the new song below

 

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Credit:Zionfelix.net

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