- A student of Accra Acedemy Senior High School has won Sarkodie's admiration as a video which shows him rapping went viral
- According to Sarkodie, a line in the student's rap has reminded him of his old self and he is certain he would have used the same words
- Social media users have meanwhile reacted to the video
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A student of Accra Academy Senior High School has displayed his rap skills in a video and impressed Ghanaian song writer and hiplife artiste, Sarkodie.
In the video, the student, whose identity is yet to be established, is seen wearing his school uniform and surrounded by other students.
He then proceeds to rap, describing how a student of Accra Girls Senior High School (AGISS) has fallen for him.
Sarkodie, sharing the video online, took a line from the boy’s rap and admitted his old self would have used such lyrics.
He then proceeds to ask for God’s blessings for the young rapper and consequently notifies people who could help groom him to become a star.
Social media users shared their opinions about the video which has since gone viral:
@kwabbsferry: I see that young sark in him. Up for greatness
@gazalisantiago: Alla Sark dis guy de3 u need to sign am oooo
@amgdeuces_ironboy: This boy has a big future
@kingbarzy01: Awwww i thank God u have seen it
@veshima_xxii: Am a Nigeria who also does freestyles like this, I really don't understand a thing he said but damn this guy is a vibe ❤️
@rowriemolefe: Sign the boy!!!!!
@king_onegh: @rowriemolefe no not that he’ll grow to become a legend if he continues the music journey but for now not sure if he’s ready to be in the limelight n compet besides he’s still a student
In other news, photos of newly constructed buildings meant to ease to ease the pressure associated with the double track system have surfaced online.
YEN.com.gh understands that hundreds of such structures have been completed and others are at various stages of completion.
The motive behind the construction, per a report by pulse.com.gh, is to ease the double track system being practiced in Senior High Schools.
Some of the completed structures have units such as classrooms, dining halls, assembly halls, sanitary facilities and dormitories.
As part of an earlier announcement by President Akufo-Addo, over 900 structures would be constructed in SHSs across the country.
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