- A group of school children has been captured in a video singing a song in honour of Egyptian footballer, Mohammed Salah
- Salah also plays for the English club, Liverpool FC, and is subject of the song which speaks of his exploits on the field
- Some social media users have reacted to the video of the school children
YEN.com.gh has a video of Ghanaian school children singing a song of praise to Mohammed Salah, a footballer who plies his trade with the Egyptian national team and Liverpool Football Club.
In the video, the children are seen in a classroom and following the directions of an instructor, sing the song and act it out as well.
The video has gone viral and social media users have expressed their opinions about it:
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@OseiAkoto_Kanu wondered why Liverpool fans should 'force' children to love the club.
@_AningYeboah added that the video is needless.
@timbergh7, however, noted that the song is really good.
@k_manu1 argued that this happens when you make a Liverpool fan a teacher.
@LiverDebbie tweeted that the song cheered her up.
@lfcpanther added that it made him smile.
In other news, an African gamer, known as Danielle, has opened up about her passion for gaming and how it helps her expand their network of contacts.
She revealed that gaming helps her delve deep into her Nigerian identity and gives her an opportunity to ‘make’ herself.
Danielle, also known as Ebonix or Ebonixsims Online, went on to say her work has brought her closer to people such as popular musician, T-Pain.
Her line of work gives her the opportunity to make custom video designs for games and this is often generated by players and gamers such as herself.
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