YEN.com.gh has sighted a video of the Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, in which he makes attractive dance steps with the popular Adowa dance.
The video is sighted on the Facebook page of UTV.
Otumfuo was ‘performing’ to a gathering, and from the setting, it could be concluded that it was not a traditional event because he was clad in a suit.
The Asantehene effortlessly dances, moving his hands and feet in a manner just like the skillful women who dance Adowa do.
The crowd which witness his dance is heard in the video cheering him on with shouts of “Nana O! Nana O!", also meaning "Our King, our King".
Their cheers, obviously indicate how thrilled they are watching their king make those dance moves.
The Adowa dance is the traditional dance of the people of Ashanti Region, with Otumfuo Osei Tutu II as the King.
It is performed at all traditional occasions in the region.
With his impeccable dance moves, Otumfuo proves that he is really a proud Ashante, and a king for that matter.
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