- A video has surfaced on social media of some school teenagers dancing together
- The visual shows female and male students of a school in aggressive dance moves
- The video has been widely circulated since it popped up online
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A striking visual of school teenagers, twerking and gyrating on each other while in their uniforms has surfaced online.
The video has evoked conversations about the dwindling moral standards in some Ghanaian schools.
The less than 1-minute video opens with a female student in a doggy pose dancing to a jam while a male student could be seen gyrating behind her on the dance floor.
Seconds into the video, the camera puns out and captures other students dancing in a wild manner.
The students, both males and females were videoed sensually dancing while in their uniforms.
A voice over the video that appears to be the deejay could be heard urging the student to continue with their dance moves.
While the video brings back memories of the old school days, some have said that these school teenagers went overboard and have called on the school authorities to effect punitive measures against the students involved.
The visual of the energetic students who turned up a school event into a day’s club with aggressive dance moves has attracted some backlash from social media users after the video emerged online.
YEN.com.gh first sighted the video after it was shared into a group.
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In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a benevolent UK-resident young man has paid for the medical bills of six stranded birthing mothers at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital for the new mothers to be released.
According to Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri, the founding editor of Ghanacelebrities.com and Human Rights Advocate, his friend was left heart-wrenched by the state of the women when he arrived in Ghana and he visited the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.
Crippled by the disheartening condition of women who had delivered new babies but were being held by the hospital for unpaid bills, his friend donated GHC5,000 to defray the debts of the women.
''He paid 5,000 GHS for 6 women he does not know from anywhere—and they were soon discharged,'' Chris-Vincent revealed.
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