- Elvis Tefe, has been videoed on some wild dance moves
- The 16-year-old ADISCO student was performing at Itmoc school tour which made its first stop at Adisadel College
- The visual of Elvis Tefe dancing has gone viral
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Elvis Tefe, the young chap who gained major traction online after his video interview with Citifm after he faced challenges in the senior high school placements, has once again been trending this week.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the 16-year-old Junior High School (JHS) graduate was spotted sweet-talking a female student from Mfantsiman Girls' Senior High School.
Even before that story disappeared on people’s social media timelines, Elvis Tefe, has been videoed dancing vigourously at the just ended #itmoc school tour which made its first stop at Adisadel College, which was headlined by urban gospel star Kobby Salm.
The young chap easily grabbed attention not just because of his height but also for his creativity.
He completely stole the show when he turned up the formation at Itmoc event and turned it to a dance show with his mind-blowing moves.
Tefe, who has mastered his shakes and shrugs hit the dance floor with stunning dance steps.
Watch video below:
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that the founder and General Overseer of Life Assembly Worship, Reverend Christian Kwabena Andrews, claimed the Bible has no power.
The man of God, popularly known as Osofo Kyiri Abosom, made the shocking claims on Zion Felix's ‘Uncut Show’. Reverend Christian Kwabena Andrews described the Bible as a history book intended for reference.
According to him, God has finished fulfilling what He told the disciples and other Biblical personalities.
The man of God posited that the Bible guides this generation and proves the existence of God but the message it contains is not the word of God as perceived by many people.
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