Drama as Ghanaian kids in UK sing national anthem & meet Funny Face in video

Drama as Ghanaian kids in UK sing national anthem & meet Funny Face in video

- 4 Ghanaian children living in the United Kingdom have been captured in a rather dramatic viral video

- The height of drama was when the 4 young ladies were asked to sing the Ghana national anthem in Twi

- At the latter part of the video, the girls got the opportunity to interact with one of Ghana's most sought-after comedian Funny Face

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Four Ghanaian children who mentioned their names as Akua, Adobea, Priscilla & Dansoa and live in the United Kingdom have been captured having a great time with Ghanaian comedian Funny Face.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the four young ladies were asked to sing the Ghana national anthem Yɛn Ara Asaase Ni, from 7:00 - 7: 30 min in the video, where things clearly fell apart.

None of them was able to complete any sentence in the song but all four of the young Ghanaians redeemed themselves by singing other Twi songs quite well.

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In the latter part of the video, the popular Ghanaian comedian Funny Face showed up, got introduced to the girls and gave them a good laugh as expected.

Funny Face was taken by surprise when he was told that the girls could speak Twi, as it did not even cross his mind that they could.

Further interrogations revealed that none of the girls had spent much time in Ghana and out the four, the one named Priscilla had not even visited Ghana before.

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In other news, A lady identified as Victoria Aiko has narrated in a TV interview how she got a thick American accent through her sleep and firmly believes it was given to her by God.

The video was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of 'Facts and Truths' where the Victoria, who is indicated to be a businesswoman, was asked how she got the thick American accent.

In response to the question, Victoria surprisingly made it clear that she had not learnt in America, by watching American movies, or by relating with people from America as most people would think.

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