A viral video has shown moment some female secondary school leavers (SS3 students) were twerking to celebrate the successful completion of their West African Senior School Certificate Examination.
The SS3 students who threw a mini party to celebrate, after they wrote their last papers were all excited as this marks the end of a journey of six years.
In the trending video, the students were seen dancing excitedly while the females particularly decided to showoff their twerking skills.
Recall that the West African Examination Council, concluded her yearly exam exercise over the week.
The young secondary school leavers are excited having successfully participated in the exams from beginning to the end and are hoping to experience campus life soon.
Watch video below,
In other news, a viral video currently trending on social media shows moment an exit secondary school student sitting for the West African Examination Council, WAEC exam, proposed to his girlfriend.
The students had reportedly finished writing their exams and were leaving the school premises when the lover boy decided to pop the four-words question.
In the video, they could be seen walking on what looks like the school’s football field, the girl who was proposed to, was at the front with her friends while her boyfriend trailed behind.
He quickly rushed toward her, knelt down and brought out a ring, then put it on her finger as she screamed in excitement and said yes.
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