- A video of a group of women gathered at a place and engaged in a call-and-response activity has emerged online
- In the video a woman is seen standing in the middle of the group and others, hidden from view, exchange statements with her
- The statements used in the exchanges have surprised social media users
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A video of what appears to be a traditional ceremony in Ghana has caused a stir online.
In the video, which was shared by TV3 Ghana, a group of women, who identify themselves as Secret Billions, are seen gathered at a place.
A woman wearing traditional clothes is also seen standing at the centre of the circle created by the group.
She begins a series of body gestures and as the people cheer her on she smiles and continues with her antics.
A woman hidden from the view of the camera then says, “Secret billions, we never surrender; secret billions, thousand years no puncture.”
In a typical call-and-response manner, the woman at the centre of the circle then responds to a series of statements made by the woman who is hidden from view.
The verbal exchanges predictably compel social media users to react to the video:
Alhassan stated that a man who marries from this group would have to be a friend to all of them.
Younik quoted some of the lines she enjoyed so much.
Ciessey called on everyone to allow the woman to flex a bit.
Alemawor warned anyone who will try to snatch the husband of a member.
Anewu admitted he was in love with the terms of the group.
Quansah stated that Ghana needs to change it national anthem.
In other news, the deputy minister of transport and the Member of Parliament (MP) for Tema East, Nii Kwartei Titus Glover, has been spotted in a video, singing Shatta Wale’s hit song, ‘My Level.’
He is seen with the deputy minister for the interior, Henry Quartey, who later rises up to give him support as he sings.
YEN.com.gh is yet to confirm the event which brought the Glover’s musical talent to bear, but information available suggests that he is a known fan of dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale.
Matching a white shirt with trousers of the same colour, Glover is seen with a microphone and a smile on his face as he does justice to the song.
Wearing blue shorts, a lacost shirt and sunglasses to match, Quartey slowly rises to join him and dance along to the tune of the song. Predictably, social media users reacted in various ways to the video
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