- Ghanaian YouTuber Berthold Kobby Winkler Ackon has proved that he has some rhythm
- In a video he shared on social media, Wode Maya danced to gospel music in a market in Kampala, Uganda
- Many people who commented on the video congratulated him for trying but discouraged him from dancing again
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Famous Ghanaian YouTuber Wode Maya has shown some of his dance moves in a market in Kampala, Uganda.
In the video he shared on Facebook, Wode Maya, and a few others probably went to the market to get some things or create social media content.
However, a market preacher who was singing caught their attention, and they went closer to dance for a while before continuing their journey.
The preacher sang a gospel song in his language while Wode Maya and his friends danced and enjoyed the music.
The preacher later signalled them to go round as they danced, and he joined them in the middle of the circle they had created.
Comments on video
Several people on Facebook reacted to the video. Some told him to keep enjoying himself while others discouraged him from dancing the next time.
Read some of the comments below:
@Wodemaya asked his audience:
Should I do more dancing, please
@Nhyiraba Yaw said:
You are jxt doing kangaroo walk bro
@Nana Kyei Bobie Dennis wrote:
I love how you do your thing unique and raw
@Joseph H Mbalazo said:
You're not dancing bro, you're walking lol
@Princess Naomi Campbell Kabuye wrote:
The pearl of Africa never disappoint
@Evangelist Cara Barrett said:
Wodemaya the dancer. You got skills
@Vivian Mercy wrote:
My country men never disappoint
@Yama Sonko said:
Happiness is free my brother enjoy and be safe
@Amutuheire Doreen wrote:
I knew this must be my country, never disappoint when it comes to gospel preaching
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In a Facebook post, he said it took him less than one day to acquire a Schengen visa, but an African country kept his documents for about three months before granting his visa.
Several people commented on his post on Facebook.
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