Sierra Leone Secondary School Students Caught Twe*rking in The Classroom (Video)

The students of St Joseph Convent Secondary School in Freetown, Sierra Leone have been seen in a viral video displaying their twe*rking skills in the classroom.

The video which was recorded on Wednesday, July 7th 2021 is now causing some frenzy on social media with many Sierra Leoneans calling for disciplinary actions on the students.

This is not the first time students of the school have been involved in such controversies.

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Watch the video below:



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  • Abu Gbla | 2021-08-04 06:42:54
    I want us to be honest to ourselves as Sierra Leone, the video going viral is not good at all looking at the institution they represent. I actually did not want to comment at first, but because the comment someone make without taking cognizance of the dancing steps to be rudeness and as well as not a school program being organized. Furthermore, the recorder shouldn't have sent this video on social media if they did it to just relax.
  • Augustine Jusu Lamin | 2021-07-08 20:42:11
    The are just kids and I think they are done with their exams so it a way to relax the huddle throughout the academy year. Friends took all their sss2 uniforms to me because I was on my own exams.
  • Michael camara | 2021-07-08 12:51:35
    There's nothing wrong with the video, have seen other schools overseas where children show their talent in school uniform by dancing diffrent types of dance but they where not punished. Why there own case should be diffrent??
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