- Sarkodie's Year of Return instrumentals and Atta Adwoa dance have been deployed by a branch of the Lighthouse church for a choreography
- The exact branch where the dance was recorded is not mentioned
- The video has stirred mixed reactions online but some people find it perfectly normal
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A rather funny video of a choreography that was reportedly recorded in a Lighthouse church has surfaced on social media for deploying secular music.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on social media, the choreography was performed with the popular Atta Adwoa dance whilst instrumentals of Sarkodie's Year of Return song was playing in the background.
The exact branch of the church where the dance was recorded is not mentioned but it has a big stage decorated with three big crosses.
Watch the video below:
The lighthouse church is known widely as a church that influences the youth particularly for Christ. However, the video of the choreography that centres chiefly on secular music has got social media stirred with mixed reactions.
Some social media users also found no fault at all with the move.
The Twitter user who shared the video captioned it with joyful words saying: Heer chale dis church be lit...using @sarkodie #YearOfReturn instrumentals in church and den dancing @bosom_pyung #attaadwoa...I need to rep dis church sam.
In other news, a video of local boys from an unnamed rural location in Ghana is fast going viral on social media as the young boys combined empty cans as drumset to produce amazing beats.
In the footage sighted by YEN.com.gh, a crowd of people had gathered to marvel at the talent the young boys were displaying in front of them.
The people appear to have been greatly thrilled as they kept applauding and cheering as the drummers were performing their 'magic'.
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