- Member of Parliament Adwoa Safo has proven that she is a good dancer after displaying some dance skills at her father's birthday party
- The MP who got married recently danced with rapper Sarkodie while he was performing
- Ghanaians, after watching the video, expressed admiration for Adwoa Safo's owing to her interesting dance moves
Member of Parliament for Dome Kwabenya, Sarah Adwoa Safo, has stunned fans after dancing at her father's birthday party.
In the video that seemed to have attracted a lot of comments, the MP who doubles as Minister for Procurement displayed some dance skills.
The MP got caught in the moment when rapper Sarkodie was performing his hit single 'Can't Let You Go.'
While performing, Sarkodie invited the MP to join him on stage and she quickly did so dancing to the admiration of others at the event.
As she displayed her dance skills, her father's church members cheered her on with loud shouts and applause.
Instagram users on watching the video expressed admiration for the MP:
@samuel.asante asked why she was being guarded even when dancing: "What’s the police man doing behind honourable Adwoa Sarfo why dancing too bodyguard."
@kutie_lee drew attention to the lady who joined Adwoa Safo: "They called honorable what's that gal doing over aaahh 3den looking face nso no no mtcwww."
@deevyba expressed admiration for Sarkodie's performance: "Nice performance."
@yannahot37 wished Apostle Kwadwo Safo well on his birthday: "Happy birthday."
@bennienuamha quizzed if the MP is pregnant: "Is she pregnant."
This is the second time the Member of Parliament has proven that she is a good dancer as she equally danced her heart out at her wedding recently.
Adwoa Safo who looked excited on her wedding day, displayed serious dance moves with her newly-wedded husband.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh, as part of Nana Ama McBrown's birthday, published five facts about her that most Ghanaians do not know.
According to the research, Nana Ama McBrown got her name McBrown from the man who adopted her during her childhood.
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