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Some Lyrics in NDC’s ‘ONAAPO’ Campaign Song Were Meaningless – Nacee Discloses

The 2024 Gospel Artiste of the Year has been very vocal about his affiliation to the NDC. He has composed several hit songs for the party's election campaigns including "E dey bee" in 2016 and "Onaapo" and "Okada" in 2020

Ghanaian gospel musician Nana Osei, popularly known as Nacee, has opened up about the contents of his 2020 campaign song for John Mahama, the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress(NDC).

Speaking in an interview on Angel FM on Firday, the singer and producer claimed that while his viral campaign song for the NDC, titled “Onaapo”, had a significant impact on his career, some parts of the lyrics lacked substance and were added solely to make the song more catchy.  

When queried about the meaning of some foreign words in the song, the composer of “Aseda” admitted bluntly that the funny foreign words he mentioned in the official campaign song for the NDC, had no significant meaning to it. According to him “there was no sense in it.”

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The 2024 Gospel Artiste of the Year has been very vocal about his affiliation to the NDC. In an era where public figures and musicians often face backlash for revealing their political ties, Nacee remains outspoken.

Despite being a renowned gospel musician, he is well-known for composing hit songs for the NDC. Nacee who doubles as the lead singer of the gospel music collective “No Tribe”, has released several hit songs including “E dey bee” for the NDC’s 2016 campaign and followed up with “Onaapo” and “Okada” in 2020. 

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