- Five beautiful ladies of Holy Child Senior High School in a TikTok video happily danced to Run Town's Mad Over You as they celebrated completing high school
- The young ladies who successfully completed the WASSCE examination recently showed off their dance moves
- In the comment section of the video, many folks praised the dance moves of the young ladies and admired their beauty
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Five young ladies from Holy Child Senior High School have taken social media by storm with their infectious dance moves.
The graduates, who recently completed their West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), shared a TikTok video of themselves dancing to Run Town's hit song, Mad Over You.
The video, which quickly went viral, showed the exuberance of the talented and beautiful young women as they marked the end of their high school journey. Their smiles and dance moves radiated the happiness and relief that come with completing a significant academic milestone.
In the comment section of the video, an outpouring of positivity and admiration flooded in from viewers. Many praised the young Holy Child students not only for their impressive dance skills but also for their beauty, grace, and the unity they displayed as friends.
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Holy Child girls win hearts
YEN.com.gh gathered some reactions from social media users.
leave there get hey fo3 de3 saaa enjoy your day my new Hopsa 23 in the town
If it was geyhey by now you people would be standing in front during assembly
and there’s always that one short queen in every choreography
The lecturers are waiting for you, mafia them go mafia you err
Ain’t y’all beautiful my baby hopsans
Student gets rare result
In another story, instead of seeing his scores, a Nigerian student found something else when he visited the West African Examinations Council's site.
The West African exam body recently released the results for its 2023 examinations and withheld those of candidates from eight states.
Head of National Office, Patrick Areghan, shed light on why results from eight states were not released.
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