Ghanaians don’t joke about Harmattan. Harmattan is that time of the year between November and March in Ghana, Nigeria and other West African countries. This season comes with dry skin, cracked lips and a hazy sky. We recommend you use Shea Butter to battle dry skin and cracked lips. Now to set the mood for Harmattan, here are 10 tweets you will love. Take it as our Harmattan joke.
Sleeping in the Cold Harmattan Air
You didn't get married this year? Don't worry I didn't too. We will all sleep alone in this Harmattan and try again in 2020 ????????
— Ardeh♠️ (@pherlicks) December 30, 2019
Dry Your Clothes in 30mins
going out by 10am , washed the cloth by 9:15am , all dried up by 9:48am.. At least this harmattan has some usefulness ????????
— Dr. Strange (@realolaoluwa_) December 30, 2019
The Love-Hate Relationship
I have a love hate relationship with this harmattan
— Premium Princess✨ (@kirunobi) December 30, 2019
In this harmattan period you guys really need to get a kettle for boiling water, stop boiling water with the same pot you use for cooking, I'm tired of meeting people that smells like beans
— Dr PamPam PA (@thepamilerinPA) December 30, 2019
The Harmattan is good for my skin tho
— Bane of Wall Street ⬛️ ???????????????? (@ND_Pete) December 30, 2019
Harmattan in 4 Pictures
— Kajero Babatunde (@babtunsk) December 30, 2019
Has it Started Yet?
When is the harmattan starting?
— Cecilia D-Williams (@Cecilia_dw) December 30, 2019
they say black don't crack…check Nigerians out during the Harmattan season????????????
— Simply_Mayowa (@OmoAkpeke) December 30, 2019
If you like wearing skimpy cloths (female) or muscle showing short sleeve tops (male), this harmattan will humble you ????
— Ifeoluwa Falola (VENDOR PLUG) (@lovefalson5_fsh) December 30, 2019
The Real Symptoms of Harmattan
Harmattan is the period when the throat gets sore, sneezing is frequent, sometimes the eyes become watery or reddish, frequent headaches, then cold and over time, cough????????♀️
All these symptoms for just one season!????????♀️
— Direct Care Health (@get_directcare) December 30, 2019