- A video from Takoradi is raising many eyebrows on social media after it was shared by a user online
- In the footage, a man was able to display mind-boggling dance moves while he was on a pair of long sticks
- The video that has since garnered tons of reactions also showed how wildly Christmas was celebrated in the Western Region
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Christmas was hugely celebrated at Takoradi, in the Western Region of Ghana, with numerous videos of thick crowds in procession, making waves on social media.
One scene that is catching a lot of attention was how a gentleman was able to skillfully dance with risky legworks while he was standing dangerously on long sticks that were tied to his feet.
The video that was shared on the Twitter handle of @AfricanPostMag was shot during one of the processions led by a brass band amid loud cheers and singing.
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How Ghanaians are reacting to the procession and the man's skill
Below were some of the interesting reactions dug out by YEN.com.gh from the comment section of the rather creative video.
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@dondadasoso used the occasion to point out an interesting observation:
What's the difference between this and demonstrations. so why does it seem like demonstrations are forbidden here in Ghana now?
@Michael_J_Teye who was blown away made a significant wish.
I wish I had attended one of these when I was younger, nonetheless, I shall go.
@KDee00141101 expressed how he felt about the display:
What’s happening here?? Oh man! Love it!
@slymelo said he wanted to be a part of the event:
I really want to experience this
Watch the eye-popping video below
A young boy's list of items wanted for Christmas
In another story, a young child's list for Christmas surfaced online and racked up a lot of reactions from netizens.
In the post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Twitter page of Caroline Sampson, the unidentified child gave a list of things he expects his parents to purchase two of them for him.
The items stated are a new iPhone case, a gaming set which costs Ghc265, a play station card, LED lights and a sum of Ghc50.
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