Ghana’s Second Lady Samira Bawumia could not resist the temptation to join some children as they danced their hearts out to Funny Face’s ‘Cow and Chicken’ music.
Mrs. Bawumia was not on the dancefloor alone.
The Deputy Minister of Education in-charge-of Technical and Vocational Education and Training and Member of Parliament for Cape Coast North Constituency, Barbara Asher Ayisi also demonstrated her dancing prowess as Comedian Funny Face performed his song ‘Cow and Chicken’ with some children at a book reading event in Accra.
The event was organised by The Samira Empowerment & Humanitarian Projects (SEHP), as part of activities to mark the ‘World Book Day’ which was on the theme ‘Reading: It’s my Right’.
The book reading initiative was part of the Second Lady’s organisation’s goal to improve literacy and cultivate a reading culture among pupils in Ghana.
Mrs. Bawumia spent the day reading books with some pupils from selected schools in Accra.
Self-acclaimed ‘Children President’, Funny Face was among the guests invited to grace the occasion.
As a comedian, he did not only entertain the children, but made adults who were present at the event happy.
Funny Face shared a video of the happy moment on his Facebook timeline which captures the Second Lady and the Cape Coast North legislator dancing with the pupils at the book reading event.
He captioned the video, “When Her excellency the second lady of mother Ghana is at the background dancing to ur song Cow and a chicken and the deputy minister for Education Honourable Barbara is dancing Cow and chicken with you .. and Uncle Ebo White is at da background giving moral support … my brother , my sister .. there is no greater Joy than this !! Keep ur head up .. you are abt to make LEGENDS dance with ur talent and gift .. Never give up .. suicide is not an option .. u can make it !! #ChildrenPresident #MrHappiness.”