YEN.com.gh has sighted a video of some Ghanaian military men and women jamming to a song by award-winning artiste, Kuami Eugene, known in real life as Eugene Marfo.
The security personnel were seen at what looked like an event and showed off their formation dance which appeared they had been practicing for weeks.
Some of the security personnel were seen in white uniforms while others were seen dressed in their traditional green uniform.
They seemed to be having a thrill time as they danced away to the admiration of the people that were at the event.
It appears that is particular formation dance is catching on very quickly among security personnel in the country.
Most of the formation dances involving security personnel that have gone viral all have the same dance moves.
One cannot be sure if the steps are easy to learn or it comes with the job that one has to know how to move in the same steps.
In other news, pre-wedding photos of twin sisters both bearing the first name Josephine with their fiances have gone viral on social media.
The fascinating thing about the photos and the story of the wedding which has been hashtagged “#Twins Wedding” is that, aside the fact that both ladies are called Josephine, they are getting married to separate guys who are both called Emmanuel.
The wedding is slated to take place on September 15, 2018 in Accra.
Digressing from the good news, the mortal remains of late former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan is already in the country after it was received by President Akufo-Addo and some top government functionaries.
The body of the former UN boss is open to both the public and government officials for viewing. However, some Ghanaians are fuming over the fact that they had to file past a closed casket.
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