- A group of talented children have stunned netizens on social media with their exceptional skills in playing musical instruments
- In a video seen by YEN.com.gh, a young girl playing the drums delivered with confidence like a true professional
- The clip of the children entertaining people at an unknown event has garnered tons of reactions and comments after emerging online
A group of talented children have stunned scores of netizens on social media with their exceptional prowess in playing musical instruments.
In a video widely circulated on social media, the children skillfully play the drums, cymbals, trumpet, and other instruments to entertain people who had surrounded them at an event.
A young girl, who played a lead role as the drummer, mesmerised the people around with her flawless drum-playing prowess.
Playing with confidence
She delivered with confidence, playing along with her colleagues who were on the cymbals and trumpets.
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Details about where the event was held and the name of the group are yet to be known.
However, their video has gathered massive compliments, as many who have seen the clip were stunned by their talents.
Watch the video below:
Social media comments
Agboka Saviour Kofi said:
''God richly blessed you.''
Patience Torto commented:
''I like this.''
Patience Torto said:
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The junior high school student has a quest to pursue a career in Ghana's automobile industry.
This passion urged him to build the car with a phone board and T&J scraps, which runs perfectly without a challenge.
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As a child, Sumaila had always wanted to be part of the people providing solutions in Ghana's automobile industry.
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