- A video showing natives of Gomoa Fetteh celebrating their annual traditional festival has caused a stir on social media
- In the video, young men and women who looked excited danced happily causing traffic on the street
- Ghanaians, after watching the video, expressed their opinion on the 'atopa' dance that the youth were dancing
Some youth of Gomoa Fetteh have caused a stir on social media after a video show them dancing at their traditional festival popped up online.
In the video, some youth of the town who looked extremely happy were seen performing the 'atopa' dance.
The young ladies were seen rubbing their backside on the young men as they boogied on the street.
Their way of dance was on purpose because the festival which is celebrated every year is affectionately called the 'atopa' festival.
Social media users, after watching the video, expressed their opinion on how interesting the video looked:
@solomon9790 claimed Ghana is an interesting country: "Ghana sweet pass any country in the world ."
@ghqueiku_abeiku had this to say: "That be the name of the festival oo...Atopa festival."
@william_akwa quizzed what the festival is about: "Atopa festival... I always wonder what that festival is about? ."
@_yhaar_pant commented: "Ronnie, this one deeir serious style paa oo."
@denisdenco101 wished to be there at the festival: "Wow I love to be there."
@valve_orlando prayed his wife is not there: "Hope my future wife is not there eventuallly ♂️."
Deducing from the comments, it is evident that social media users are fascinated about the rather interesting festival.
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