The South African High Commissioner to Ghana, Her Excellency Grace Jeanet Mason, took a page out of popular French Ambassador Anne Sophie-Ave’s playbook with a viral dance video.
Grace Mason was cornered by S3fa who taught her the E Choke dance in a viral video.
The two were at Hitz Fm for an interview and entertained the radio station’s crew with their version of E Choke.
The wonderful video went viral with fans admiring the dance skills of South Africa’s topmost diplomat in Ghana.
Watch the video below…
Her Excellency Jeanet’s dance moves are to endear her to the local population and it follows a strategy employed by many foreign dignitaries in Ghana.
The best example is former British High Commissioner to Ghana, Jon Benjamin, who was famous to doing everything he can to look and sound Ghanaian.
The current iteration of that kind of ambassador is Honourable Anne Sophie-Ave, ambassador of the French Republic to Ghana.
Anne has been spotted in several videos of this kind, either dancing to Ghanaian songs or even going so far as to be seen buying waakye in the hot sun!
That’s the new era we live in now and we’re going to keep seeing more of these actions from ambassadors and high commissioners.