- A viral video showing an old woman dancing energetically despite her old age has got people praising her healthiness
- In the clip, the woman jumped and danced in her tennis shoes, amazing even the man who was singing behind her
- Many who said they were wowed by her strength wished to be like her when they are advanced in age
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An old woman has shown off her dance moves to the amazement of many at an event that looks like a church crusade.
Behind her was a man with a microphone singing and leading everyone in praise and worship. The grandma had perfect footwear for the event.
Grandma with the energy!
The way she moves flexibly belies her age. At a point during her performance in a video shared by Tunde Ednut, the woman spun with her hands on her hand.
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People cheered the woman on as she vibed hard. Many social media users said she is more energetic than a young person.
Watch the video below:
As at the time of writing this report, the video has over 130,000 views with hundreds of comments.
She has got strength!
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"Wawu see old mama youngee when dey scatter dance floor for 1979."
"I can’t even jump this high right now at 21years old."
"I pray I get as old as this and have fun too."
""She even dance pass me."
"I just dey imagine the kind party wey this woman don rock back in the days."
"Me in Jesus name even 120 years."
"This is beautiful. I will dance more than this at age 99."
"She lived a healthy life that's why."
Lady impressed many with her dance moves
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young lady showed her great dance moves at a wedding ceremony. Dressed as one of the bridesmaids, she took to the centre floor.
With the attention of everyone on her, she started showing different hand moves in an attempt to recreate a popular dance called "palliative dance".
In a video shared online, people whipped out their camera phones to capture the young lady's energy. Other women around were amazed at the lady's flexibility.
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