A video showing four Ghanaian soldiers in the US Army performing "Jama" songs for their colleagues has gone viral on Facebook.
The Ghanaians with a US Army unit in Fort Dix, Texas, enthusiastically sang and danced to several Ghanaian songs to the admiration of their colleagues, some of whom could be seen dancing along.
One of the soldiers, Nana Yeboah, who shared the video on Facebook said they had performed the songs in order to destress and also make Ghana proud.
"Never forgetting our root regardless of where we find ourselves. You can recruit us but you can't take the African from us .....making Ghana proud and releasing some stress after long days of intensive training. Kudos guys... Hooah Pride," he wrote.
Watch the video below:
It has been met with fascination on social media.
Sam George, the winner of the NDC parliamentary primary in the Ningo-Prampram constituency, lauded the soldiers on Facebook.
"Feels great to see 3 Ghanaian brothers hold their US Army Unit spell bound by their beautiful rendition of Ghanaian 'jama' songs. They are flying high the Red, Gold & Green in the world's greatest Army. May GOD keep them safe," he wrote.
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