Liberia’s president George Weah has released another song days after his merry Christmas song went viral on social media. The song which is titled: Ndonbolo meaning dance is done in the French language and Mandingo dialect with a Congolese and Ivorian style instrumental.
The song which is in recognition of presidential aid Sekou Kalasco Damaro’s marriage has also been widely shared on social media.
President Weah’s new song has also been greeted with mixed reactions on social media with many criticizing him for his repeated act of recording and releasing songs. This brings the number to seven songs since the ascendency of George Weah the presidency.
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