- Actresses Nana Ama McBrown and Efia Odo have displayed serious dance skills in a video that has gone viral
- In the studios of UTV, Nana Ama and Efia Odo crossed their hands and practised the 'zanku' dance move
- Fans and social media users after watching the video expressed love and admiration for the celebrities
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Popular actresses and television presenters Nana Ama McBrown and Efia Odo have got social media users talking after dancing in a new video.
In the video that has gone viral, the two-screen goddesses displayed their dance skills in the studios of UTV.
Nana Ama McBrown and Efia Odo crossed their hands as they displayed the 'Zanku' dance by Dopenation.
Fans and social media users, after watching the video, expressed their admiration for the two celebrities:
@efiaodo1 claimed she needs dancing lessons: "I need lessons ."
@victor.aziati heaped praise on the celebs: "Dancing moves better than some people I know oooo . Big Up to @efia_odo and @iamamamcbrown ."
@khert_sy laughed at Efia Odo: "Eii what are they doing especially @efia_odo."
@eddiewilder1 had this to say: "That Zanku moment for the Queen."
@theart_media expressed admiration for the two celebs: "Dem be da shid."
This is one of the very times that Nana Ama McBrown especially has been seen displaying dance skills.
The two were dancing during Nana Ama McBrown's entertainment show on UTV as they expressed excitement.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has published a story about Kuami Eugene after Eagle Prophet cautioned him on evil forces.
According to the controversial preacher, some bad people have sent his photos to a 'juju' man so they could bring him down.
He asked Kuami Eugene to be prayerful as what happened to Ebony can happen to him by the end of the year.
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