- A group of foreign ladies are going viral online for singing Sansankroma, one of Ghana's old-time folkloric songs
- The traditional folkloric song was popular in the Ghanaian old-time show By The Fireside and many are amazed that the white ladies can sing it
- YEN.com.gh has compiled some of the hilarious comments from Ghanaians regarding the video
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A bevy of white ladies has been seen in a video that is fast going viral, singing Sansankroma, one of Ghana's old-time traditional songs that are used in folklores.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Instagram handle of Pulse Ghana, the foreign ladies struggled to sing the lyrics in the right accent but that did not stop the video from being impressive.
Sansankroma in particular being sung by foreigners surprised many Ghanaians as many young people in the country are not familiar with such old-time songs.
See the video below:
As some Ghanaians would recall, the traditional folkloric song was popular in Ghanaian old-time show By The Fireside.
Below are some of the exciting comments from Ghanaians on the video
stekmayne cracked people up saying:
Yehowah Hw3 nnumaa bi oo
queeny_may hilariously said:
Look at them
radikalmonnies suggested that:
2000 kids don't have any idea
arthurofosu encouraged the ladies saying:
Lovely keep it up
In an equally interesting story, photos of the Accra Airport City and its environs that were taken in the 90s and in recent years have been shared online to suggest that there has been massive development.
The pictures that were made public on the Twitter handle of @Ghanasportlight show that the place previously looked deserted although the roads had been tarred at the time.
In the recent pictures, beautiful highrise buildings could be seen all around the location.
A night view of the same spot was taken to show another version of the breathtaking beauty.
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