- UPSA students have been captured in a viral video after they formed a seemingly unending queue to attend lectures
- The line was so long and winding that a camera placed at a distance struggled to capture its full length
- As usual, many Ghanaians could not keep calm after seeing the video and came up with massive reactions
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Students at the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) returned to school just like all other students but were made to form a seemingly unending queue to attend lectures
In the footage sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Twitter handle of @iLatif and is fast-trending on social media, the students lined up in an attempt to adhere to COVID-19 protocols.
However, this made the line so long and winding that even a camera placed at a distance found it difficult captured the entire queue end-to-end.
Watch the video below:
The video went viral so quickly that 'UPSA' occupied the top of all trends on Twitter.
YEN.com.gh has gathered what some Ghanaians have had to say regarding the interesting observation.
@gyagyimii said that the school appears to have raised the bar regarding how they handle their affairs
@broken_heart490 hilariously indicated that January is really long but the UPSA queue is longer
@AsabereRoland said a woman at Madina revealed she saw an unusual line in front of her house only to be old they are UPSA students
In another interesting report, photos of a handsome-looking Black boy with huge birthmarks have gotten thousands of people who spotted them reacting massively on social media.
In the images sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal handle of @whotmaan, the social media influencer indicated that he saw the pictures elsewhere and could not resist the temptation to share them.
The marks were spread all over the young boy's body with the huge piece spread on his face but he looked amazing regardless.
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