- An interesting video clip of some American citizens has surfaced on social media
- Many of them were seen busting moves to late Fela’s song as they witnessed vote counts
- Fela’s Opposite People song could be heard blaring from loudspeakers
The past few days have been quite overwhelming for citizens of the United States of America (USA) as they are set to elect the 46th president of their country.
Vote counts have continued across different parts of the states after the presidential election was conducted on Tuesday, November 7.
However, while citizens of the country await the final results, many of them have insisted that every vote must be counted following some 'funny moves' by the incumbent president, Donald Trump.
In light of these, voters did not only cast their votes and return to their homes, many stayed back to witness vote counts and ensure that the outcome of the elections is not tampered with in the slightest way possible.
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Recently, YEN.com.gh sighted an interesting video making the rounds on several social media platforms.
A large crowd of American citizens were seen waving placards, banners in the air as they demanded every vote to be counted.
Late afrobeats musician, Fela Anikulapo Kuti’s Opposite People song could be heard serenading the atmosphere.
The voters were seen busting subtle dance moves as the song played.
Watch the clip as sighted by Legit.ng below:
Still in a related story about the US elections, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the Biden campaign has said the US government would take action against Donald Trump if he refuses to leave the White House should Biden emerge as president.
The campaign described anyone unlawfully occupying the White House as trespassers.
Andrew Bates, the spokesperson for the campaign made reference to the Republican president without mentioning his name