-'One corner' dance craze is not going away any soon as more people join in
-Some soldiers and policemen have also joined in to show their funny side
The 'One Corner' dance craze continues unabated with more and more people getting on board to showcase their dance skills.
Many hilarious videos of people dancing to 'One Corner' song have appeared on social media and some have even come from Nigeria.
The fever has caught on with some officers of the Ghana Police Service and Ghana Armed Forces.
In the latest 'One Corner' Video making rounds on social media, the officers suspected to be part of 'Operation Vanguard', the joint military and police task force which is enforcing the ban on illegal mining in the country, were seen 'battling' in a 'One Corner' challenge.
It is not clear where and when the viral video was shot but the security officers whose faces not very visible were seen enjoying themselves in the dance.
The 'One Corner' dance came about as result of a song with the same name which was released by Agona Swedru-based artiste, Patapaa. It requires the energetic swinging of one's waist in addition to other hilarious movements.
Watch the video of the security officers below:
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