His Royal Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, Asantehene, shook the foundation of Koforidua, the Eastern Region capital with an incredible dance when he attended the funeral of the late Paramount Chief of New Juabeng, Daasebre Professor Emeritus Oti Boateng, and the late Queenmother, Nana Yaa Daani, who were lying in state.
In a trending video the Asantehene is seen performing a beautiful culture dance to the excitement of the onlookers at Juaben. The people around started cheering him up as he displayed good dancing moves.
The video has caused many reactions online. Many users praised Otumfuo for his good dancing skills but others had a different opinion.
A user wrote; I will call dancing battle between Dormaahene and Otumfuo.
Another user also commented;
"Prevent government from stealing your golds and use it to develop your Kumasi. If not all, at least 30% of them and you can do your roads within 20 years without NDC and NPP interventions. However, you're good at dancing, nice moves. Long Live The King... Long Live Kumasi."
You may watch the dance of Otumfuo by clicking on the blue link .
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