Missionary sisters spotted dancing to popular Jerusalema song (video)

Missionary sisters spotted dancing to popular Jerusalema song (video)

- The former Miss Nigeria Russia Dr Cherry Adannaya Osigwe shared a cute video online

- Missionary sisters from Tanzania were spotted dancing to the popular Jerusalema song

- The sisters were dressed in their uniforms as they did the Jerusalema dance steps

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The video of the Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood dancing to the popular Jerusalema song in Tanzania was spotted online.

The former Miss Nigeria Russia Dr Cherry Adannaya Osigwe shared the video on her official Instagram page.

According to the beauty queen, dancing to the Jerusalema song is a delightful way to start up the month of November which she described as amazing.

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Missionary Sisters dancing to Jerusalema song. Photos: Instagram/@drcherryofficial
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Dr Cherry went on to pray for her herself and her followers as she noted that the God of the eleventh hour will rescue them from evil.

Meanwhile, in the video, the missionary sisters were donned in their beautiful uniforms as they perfectly did the Jerusalema dance steps.

Watch the video below:

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Burna Boy featured song Jerusalema hits 100m views on YouTube.

Master KG took to social media to share that Jerusalema has hit a whopping 100 million views on YouTube.

The musician's song featuring songstress Nomcebo Zikode and Nigerian Burna Boy has become a global dance sensation and has kept the world dancing the Covid-19 blues away.

Master KG and Nomcebo, who have both been officially named as young ambassadors for the country by the Department of Arts, Sports and Culture, just keep flying the South African flag very high with their slapping track.

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The excited Limpopo-born MasterKG took to Twitter and thanked the world for choosing his song as the unofficial Covid-19 anthem.

Legit.ng reported multiple times about the countries that shared videos where they were grooving to the song amid the pandemic.

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