There's such fun and joy in this Nigerian song and circle dance!

Most of this song is in English but the last line is in Pidgin English.

Notes

"The last 2 lines of that song is sang in the Pidgin version of the English language and it says 'pee pee pee you too sabi dance.' 'Too sabi' means that you can dance well, that is if you can dance well. But if you are not a good dancer, then the line will go, 'pee pee pee, you no sabi dance, you no sabi dance' - 'no' meaning 'not'." - Oluwayemisi Okoya

Game Instructions

The children make a circle and hold hands. Each kid takes turns going into the center of the circle while the others sing. The one in the center of the circle sings and dances to impress.

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Thanks and Acknowledgements

Many thanks to Oluwayemisi Okoya for help with this song and for the dance instructions!

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