- A soldier has become an internet sensation after a video of him singing Stonebwoy's Top Skanka popped up
- Colleagues of the soldier were amazed by his singing skills
- Stonebwoy has shared the video on social media
A soldier with the the Ghana Armed Forces has gone viral after a video of him singing Stonebwoy's Top Skanka song surfaced online.
In the video, the soldier who is a navy officer looking at his uniform is seen stand in front of other soldiers in a hall.
The background of video suggests the soldier and his colleagues were either at a lecture theatre, a training workshop or conference.
The well-built officer starts by singing the chorus of the song with the other soldiers who were seated responding by repeating after him.
Moments later, he proceeded to show his skills as he effortlessly delivered the first with all the Patois lines to the amazement of his colleagues.
YEN.com.gh first spotted the video on Stonebwoy's Instagram page with the caption: "The Souljah Dem Know WhaGwaan!! Real Top Skanka..No Shakiness! #bhimnation2DaWorld."
It is not known the exact unit the soldier belongs to but the video has got massive attention since Stonebwoy posted it on social media.
@wow_zion said: "Souljah dem turn-up Loud zeeen."
@bigscout_nana_prempeh thought: "Bhim nation rules Ghana."
@kobbilogik was very impressed: "Stonegod again. Bhim."
@quofi_eclipse stated that: "Ànd also bhim to the world."
@bhimnation_prophet was also impressed: "Even inside the command dem love it."
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Source: Yen News