- In a viral video on Wednesday, July 22, a Nigerian grandma slugged it out with her grandson in a dance competition
- The duo seemed to be in sync as the elderly woman showed she was equal to the task
- The flexibility showed by the grandma greatly belies her old age
A Nigerian grandmother has become an instant internet sensation with her “legwork” moves while dancing with her grandson.
In a video that has gone viral on social media, the elderly woman could be seen showing off her astounding dancing skills as her son cheered her on.
This video in some way supports how very powerful pop culture is and the manner it has influenced so many parts of human daily lives.
Watch the video below:
In other related news, a hilarious video shared on Twitter on Thursday, July 2, showed two patients busting a move in the hospital.
One of the men had his arm in a sling and the other was using a walker to get around. Although both patients, who were seen wearing face masks, had injuries, it did not stop them from enjoying themselves.
The post was shared by social media user @BlackLwendo, who did not reveal when or where the clip was filmed.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Michael Igwe is one of the several US-based Nigerian doctors doing what they can to help solve the coronavirus pandemic.
In an interview, the Abia-indigene said that creativity in handling coronavirus patients is a very important skill all health workers must have to combat the disease.
Igwe has been tapping into his Christian background and love for church songs in Igbo to help his patients conquer the fears associated with the deadly virus.
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“I have been singing song since I was a small child. My mother is a singer too. When I was in Nigeria, I used to lead songs at the church I attended.
That was how I embarked on singing even as a medical doctor. “Our experience at the hospital with this COVID-19 pandemic is that it mostly instills fear into people and sometimes, the fear will be too much for us,” he said.
The Abia-born doctor also spoke about how their medical training is limited in the fight against the scourge, saying that is why he always relies on the Holy Spirit to calm himself.
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