(Video): Presidential Aspirant Nails “Shaku Shaku” Dance In Abuja


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Presidential aspirant, Prof Kingsley Moghalu on Saturday displayed his dancing prowess by stepping to the popular “shaku shaku”.

Moghalu rocked to the “shaku shaku” dance step popularised by multiple-award winning music artiste, Olamide at a TEDx Maitama event in Abuja on Saturday.

Shaku shaku is a dance that is performed by crossing your arms in front of each other at the wrist, widening your legs slightly, and launching into a graceful half-gallop. The rest of the movement involves mainly the dancer’s feet and is largely freestyled.

According to a video he shared on his Twitter handle,the 55-year-old Moghalu said he learnt the dance moves from his teenage children.

He tagged the video: “I tried to dance shaku shaku after my speech at . How would you rate me over 10? Did my kids teach me well?”

Watch video:

Moghalu is vying for the presidency under the platform of the Young Peoples Party (YPP).

Before declaring his presidential ambition, Moghalu was a Deputy Governor at the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), a United Nations official for 19 years, and a Professor of Practice in International Business and Public Policy at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.

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