– A group of OAU graduates has shown how joyful they are after completing their academic programme
– In a video that has stirred massive reactions online, the young Nigerians joined the popular Jerusalema challenge
– Tweeps congratulated them on their success as they commended the dance moves
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A Twitter user with the handle @OwoIfe who just graduated from the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile Ife, posted a video of classmates celebrating their graduation.
In a short clip posted on the bird app, the new graduates showed off their dance moves to the popular Jerusalema song by Master KG whose remix featured Burna Boy.
Captioning the clip, @OwoIfe said:
“For the culture!!! Class of 2020 finishing in 2021… but we move.”
With thousands of views at the time of writing this report, the video drew massive comments from tweeps who praised the dancers.
Watch the video below:
Bioreports compiled some of the reactions below:
“Congratulations are in order.”
“I hope this display is them dancing their way out of that country.”
“Ife my love. Congratulations sweetheart. Bigger wins dear…”
“Umm…who else noticed the camera dude lost ‘focus’ at some point in the video.”
“How is the smallest one so fast.”
“Awwww….congrats to you guys.”
“You guys should take this to the theatre. Scrub and dance in there. Show your teachers what you’ve got.”
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Meanwhile, Bioreports earlier reported that the video of a group of Nigerian doctors showing their dance moves to Naira Marley’s I’m Coming song went viral online.
A Twitter handle @Bioreports_PR that posted the video tagged it as:
“Our Doctors sef sabi.”
The short clip which has been watched over 21,000 times had Nigerians talking and trying to determine the setting of the video.
While some said the video was shot in UCH, others said it was in OAU. The video got people appreciating the hard work that Nigerian doctors invest into their work.