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President made use of ‘Dada Awu’ pallbearer video for campaign on his Snapchat handle.

US President made use of Ghana’s ‘Dada Awu’ pallbearers video to campaign against his opponent Joe Biden.

has in an interview with Charlamagne tha God, a popular American radio presenter said that if African Americans “have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black”, a remark which prompted a storm of controversy and fierce attacks from supporters of the president.

Donald Trump, after his speech, shared a piece of rebuttal on his verified Snapchat handle with Ghana’s ‘Dada Awu’ pallbearers video.

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Joe Biden has, for his part, apologized over his insensitive speech.

He said:

“I shouldn’t have been such a wise guy.I shouldn’t have been so cavalier.”

Notwithstanding, Trump is using the opportunity to make the black community hate on him.

The ‘Dada Awu’ pallbearers became very popular after a viral video of them dancing with a casket popped up.

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How to join Dada Awu pallbearers:

According to them, people who want to join will have to purchase a form and go through an audition for the particular position he/she wants and after an assessment is made, he/she will qualify for the position.

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They mentioned that if you’re approved by the audition team, the staff is expected to pay an entry fee before he/she is accepted as a member of the group.

On whether the individual needs to be spiritually fortified, they mentioned that it’s not imperative because they do not believe in black magic but rather, they believe in the protection of the Lord.

In their plans, after they had enjoyed the needed mention by Ghanaians, the group disclosed that they have international assignments to handle after was over.

They also spoke on whether they use black magic in undertaking their duties.

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To them, they put God first so instead of using black magic, they pray and dedicate their work in the hands of God.

The pallbearers have also spoken on the fact that they’ve increased their charges and that they now have international gigs.

Source: Celebritiesbuzz.com.gh

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