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VIDEO: Akorino dancer removes veil to hype her wedding

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By Standard Reporter | Dec 19th 2018 | 1 min read

An Akorino emcee has set tongues wagging after taking the role of hyping her own wedding.

Lily Karima, mesmerised the guests at her wedding when she removed her veil and engaged in the famous ‘shaku shaku’ dance.

A video posted on Facebook by Sarah Williams shows Karima leading her bridal team in the dance holding a moicrophone. The crowd cheers her on.

Karima is part of an Akorino dance group and has featured in many media interviews. 

'Shaku Shaku' dance is popular in the Nigerian music industry.

And it seems people can just get over it. It has become a growing trend and for now, there is no sign that it will die down anytime soon.

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