- Some students of the University of Ghana were captured singing and drumming as they chanted some words which sought to hail the second lady Samira Bawumia
- She was at the university's campus to award Ghanaians who participated in the Samira Bawumia Literature Prize
- Some Ghanaians have reacted to the video as they enjoyed the student's gesture towards the second lady
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A video of some students at the University of Ghana singing and drumming to a song they created for the second lady, Samira Bawumia, has caused a frenzy online.
In the video, the young men started drumming and chanting praises about Samira the moment she walked onto the podium to deliver her speech.
They stood at the back of the hall, closer to the entrance and chanted the words:
"Wose wo pɛ Samira, Samira na wobenya!", to wit: "if you say you want a lady like Samira, a lady of her calibre is whom you would get".
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Upon hearing the song, Samira stood behind the podium and smiled while the young men went on.
The second lady was at the university campus on April 6, 2023, for the Samira Bawumia Literature Prize event.
The event is held annually to award young Ghanaians living in Ghana who submitted the best short fiction, poetry and non-fiction prose to the organisation.
See the video of the University of Ghana students playing 'jama' for Samira Bawumia.
Ghanaians react to the video of University of Ghana students playing 'jama' for the Second Lady, Samira Bawumia
Ghanaians have flooded the comment section with laughing emojis as they share their opinions on the lyrics to the chant.
Something small for the boys
The jama doesn’t stop until it stops
Atear. Hard hype oh
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