- A man wearing dreadlocks has been captured in a video dancing in church
- Attempts by officials of the church to stop him did not work and he returned to dance
- The instrumentalists provided music as he danced to it
YEN.com.gh is in possession of a video of a young man showing interesting dancing skills in a church despite efforts to stop him.
The unidentified man, wearing a short-sleeved shirt and black trousers, danced as the members of the church cheered him on.
In the video, he expertly moved his limbs as the instrumentalists produced music to match his dancing.
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Attempts are then made by two church officials to pull him aside but this works for a few minutes as the man returns to the dance floor to continue his dance.
A second attempt is made to push him aside as the church officials call for a stop to the recording.
Social media users reacted to the video:
@Zimasabuhle said some people are simply trying to stop others from rejoicing in God's house.
@vendaguy_tommy added it is alright to dance for God.
@leorie8 noticed that the women did not want him to stop.
@Nthabis52103927 added that the members are defending him.
@iCebo_lo_Ndlovu expressed worry about the kind of music played in the church.
In other news, poor women in Kenya are preserving the lives of their babies with the Toto Care Box.
The box reportedly contains all the items considered essential to the health of the baby and these included blankets, mattresses, pillows and bedsheets.
This follows information to the effect that about 50 percent of babies born in Sub-Saharan Africa lose their lives
However, Kenyan health workers are giving babies a second chance with the use of the care box.
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