- A Ghanaian military officer has gained traction after a dance video of him was posted online
- The video shows the military man, with a lady in arms, while the two owned the dance floor
- Some social media users have reacted
A Ghanaian military officer has gone viral in a latest video which has him gyrating and in syncopated moves to a popular Ghanaian jam.
In a setting that appears to be a wedding reception, the military officer, who's identity is yet to be known, entered the grounds, with a lady in arms majestically into the auditorium and began tapping toes and grinding his waist to a song in play.
And if one didn’t look twice to see a man in uniform, it would appear as though it were a professional dancer in a contest for a crown of 'Best Ghanaian Military Dancer'.
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And yes, he stole the show together with the beautiful woman. The two received backing commentaries of approval and resounding cheers.
A popular Facebook page shared the video.
However, YEN.com.gh sighted the video after a known social media influencer shared it on his personal Facebook platform. And some of his followers reacted.
''Special permission to twii his wife sar,'' Atta-Panyin Aikins, said in a funny twist.
''Ekow Keelson Amoah you know this officer???...them for charge am,'' Kingsley Lorlornyo Avevor said in reaction while quizzing a friend.
Meanwhile, in a game largely dominated by men, the coaching strides of a resilient Ghanaian woman, Patience Aggrey, has waved through 'screaming' headlines to surface as a story worth telling.
While some female football coaches have successfully toppled the daunting challenges that come with being women in a male-dominated profession, coupled with motherhood, others have gone lengths to chalk remarkable strides as footballing coaching professionals.
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